TDN: First stakes winner for Divine Prophet on Oaks Day

From TDN: The G3 Darley Ottawa S. was a celebratory result for Aquis Farm on Oaks Day, giving its Caulfield Guineas-winning stallion Divine Prophet his very first stakes winner.

The G3 Darley Ottawa S. was the first of the features on VRC Oaks Day, a sprint over 1000 metres for the juvenile fillies. It proved a busy field with 18 horses going to post, and the result went the way of See You In Heaven, who provided her sire, Aquis Farm’s Divine Prophet, with his very first stakes winner.

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Breednet: First Stakes Winner for Divine Prophet

From Breednet: Fifteen two-year-old fillies charged down the Flemington straight in the Group III Darley Ottawa Stakes (1000m) on Oaks Day and it was the unraced division that dominated the finish.

Looking every inch a true professional, the Richard and Chantelle Jolly-trained See You in Heaven went straight as an arrow down the centre of the track to ring up the first stakes-winner for Aquis Farm’s Caulfield Guineas hero Divine Prophet (Choisir).

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Breednet: The Mission Off The Mark

The Mission

From Breednet: Aquis Farm’s The Mission became the third first crop stallion to put a winner on the board when the Les Ross-trained Mishani Warfare scored a richly deserved win in the Moet & Chandon Hcp (1200m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

A close-up second on debut in the $75,000 Pat O’Shea Stakes at Toowoomba on September 5, Mishani Warfare clocked in third in the $105,000 Widden – Basil Nolan Jnr Plate (1000m) at Eagle Farm on October 9.

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ANZ Bloodstock: Spieth trial winners leads to ‘inundation’ of enquiries for Aquis stallion

From ANZ Bloodstock: Juveniles of first season sire again impress at yesterday’s official two-year-old hit-outs at Randwick

Aquis Farm’s first season sire Spieth (Thorn Park) was the star of yesterday morning’s much anticipated official two-yearold trials on Randwick’s Kensington track, producing two impressive winners in Victory Moments and Wild Botanica.

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TDN: 2YO Trials Summary – Coolangatta stars as first crops of Merchant Navy, Spieth shine

From TDN: The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained filly Coolangatta (Written Tycoon) provided one of the standout performances of the nine 2-year-old trials staged at Randwick on Monday, which also witnessed strong showings from the progeny of first-season stallions Merchant Navy and Spieth (NZ).

The progeny of Aquis’ Spieth won two of the trials of the morning, with Kacy Fogden stablemates Wild Botanica and Victory Moments both successful in slick times.

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Breednet: Breednet Follows the Sydney 2YO Trials Heat 1 – 5

Spieth (NZ)

From Breednet: HEAT FIVE 855m – 50.22 seconds- Aquis Farm’s Spieth posted his second winner at this set of trials when the Kacy Fodgen trained colt Victory Moments  hit the line hard to beat $1,150,000 I Am Invincible colt Zambezi River by a length and three-quarters.

Victory Moments had trial experience having beaten his stablemate Wild Botanica in a heat at the Gold Coast on September 6.

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TDN: The Mission’s first crop dominant at Doomben juvenile trials

The Mission

From TDN: Doomben played host to five 2-year-old trials on Tuesday morning, with Eagle Farm trainer Les Ross doing particularly well across three of them. Two of these included a pair of winners from the first crop of the Aquis Farm stallion, The Mission.

Mishani Warfare (The Mission), Mishani Embrace (The Mission) and Spanish Angels (Sidestep) were all victorious for the trainer, while Heroic Son (Heroic Valour) and Merrily (Astern) whipped in the remaining two results.

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Breednet: Mission Possible – Two More Trial Winners for The Mission

The Mission

From Breednet: Excitement is building at Camp Aquis following the 2YO heats at Doomben on Tuesday morning – the third lot of juvenile trials in Queensland this season.

Aquis Farm’s first season sire, Spieth, got off to a literal flyer at the Gold Coast last week when three of his youngsters ran 1st, 2nd and 4th in the opening heat, while his ‘freshman’ mate, The Mission, repeated the dose at Deagon the following day: likewise notching up a heat winner, alongside other promising triallists.

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Breednet: No Doubt About His Foals


From Breednet: Champion Australian 2YO Sire and Champion First Crop Sire for last season, Extreme Choice has really put the spotlight on sire sons of Not a Single Doubt and Aquis are already ahead of the game with their exciting young sire Dubious producing stunning foals this spring.

A $350,000 Magic Millions purchase for Aquis, Dubious proved a natural runner scoring on debut in the Group III ATC Breeders Plate as a spring two year-old before going on to win over $1.2million with a highlight victory in the Group II BRC Moet and Chandon Stakes.

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