An Opportunity To Buy An 8 Time Winner In CHINZIA In Foal To Group 1 Winner DUPORTH.

Aug 07, 2019

If you're looking to breed this year, well take a look at one we prepared earlier,  All the works been done in this beautiful mare in CHINZIA an 11 year young chestnut mare who raced on 59 occasions for 8 wins, 11 2nd’s & two 3rd’s amassing just under $175k, in Foal to Group 1 Winner & Million Dollar earner, DUPORTH.

CHINZIA

11yo Chestnut Mare
D.O.B: 03-Oct-2008
by WRITTEN TYCOON from EMBERS
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The mare CHINZIA is by WRITTEN TYCOON out of EMBERS, & is currently in foal to her first born by champion Sire, DUPORTH (Red Ransom). Duporth, who stands at Kooringal Stud for $8,800 was a winner of 3 from 18 amassing prizemoney Of over $1.1 Million Dollars, a BTC CUP, STC GOLDEN ROSE, ATC SAN DOMENICO winner beating home the likes of BANK ROBBER, APACHE CAT, STRIPPER, DESUETUDE, WHITEFRIARS, ATOMIC FORCE.

DUPORTH

14yo Bay or Brown Horse
D.O.B: 06-Sep-2005
by RED RANSOM (USA) from STAGING

DUPORTH’S Australian yearling stats Median & Averaged In 2018 were $50k whilst in NZ averaged $80k in 2016 (no sales recorded in years past that date in NZ) based on Breednet records.

Duporth, a bay or brown has bred 4 Stakes winners for 8 Stakes wins;

Stakes Winning Progeny

Hey Doc (AUS) 2013

2017 MVRC Manikato Stakes 1

2017 VRC Australian Guineas

2016 MVRC Bill Stutt Stakes

2017 VRC CS Hayes Stakes 3

2017 VRC Aurie's Star Handicap 3

Ruettiger (NZ ) 2011

2016 VRC All Victorian Sprint Final

To Excess (AUS) 2013

2018 Scone RC Ortensia Stakes

Valiant Spirit (AUS) 2014

2018MRC Caulfield Autumn Classic


The price Of The Mare CHINZIA In foal to DUPORTH as a package is $15k by negotiation.

A MUST TO CONSIDER!!!

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HEY DOC

6yo Bay Gelding
D.O.B: 07-Sep-2013
by DUPORTH from HEYINGTON HONEY
5x Pedigree Report

Below The Sire & The Son

Main Pic: Chinzia (middle) grabs Magnaro (left) right on the line to take out the Ted Ryder Cup Prelude (1300m) on Saturday. Picture: Kieren L Tilly