Stuart Ramsey’s Turangga Farm is a proven source of high class winners headed by HK Horse of the Year Able Friend, who has just returned home to enjoy retirement, as well as countless week to week winners, which makes this Sunday’s Turangga Farm Dispersal in Scone something really special.
“We’ve had a lot of interest and the horses look terrific, so we’re looking forward to Sunday,” said Stuart Ramsey.
“We’re not selling all of our mares, only those that are in foal and there are some top class mares that people will have a lot of fun with.”
The current crop of Turangga Farm two year-olds have been quick to make their mark and include brilliant Not a Single Doubt filly Champagne Cuddles, who won on debut last October and then returned with an explosive win last month at Randwick for the Bjorn Baker stable.
“We’ve had 47 named foals from our two year-olds and 19 have raced (40%) so far for 10 winners (52% winners to runners),” Ramsey revealed.
“Champagne Cuddles would be the best of them and we think she’s a real star of the future, but we’ve also had recent Sydney metropolitan winners Noviero (Pierro) and Wild Heart (Hinchinbrook), who both look promising and Hingus Rose at Doomben on Saturday.
“The ten individual two year-old winners have won 12 races and there have also been 15 place-getters (79% place-getters to starters) and five stakes horses in total including Garrard and Marseille En Fleur.”
The Turangga Farm breeding program consistently delivers success and the sale on Sunday at White Pak offers a unique opportunity to secure quality weanlings and broodmares from this leading boutique Hunter Valley nursery.
Champagne Cuddles is from Stuart Ramsey’s Group I winning Snippets mare Sky Cuddle, a daughter of his blue hen Suggestive, who left an amazing five stakes-winners.
There are several members of this iconic Turangga Farm family catalogued that are sure to spark keen interest.