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We are excited to offer a quality filly by Written Tycoon, one of the hottest stallions in Australia.

To be trained by Neville Parnham

We have bought this filly for less than Written Tycoon’s current stud fee – the Written Tycoon progeny are just going to get more expensive. He stood last season at $88,000 and all reports this season he will go to six figures.

She is a bargain at this price and will no doubt have broodmare value at the end of her racing career.

Neville bought her at the Inglis Melbourne Premier Sale for $60,500 inclusive of GST). Neville says she is a quality filly and ticks all the boxes.

5% share – $3,450

10% share – $6,900

Price includes vet examination ($250), float from Melbourne to Perth ($1,950), the first 90 days agistment and expense ($3,000) – Syndicate fee -ASIC/RWWA/Compliance ($1,200) plus an advertising levy of $105 for 5% share and $210 for 10% share.

Written Tycoon – a Champion Stallion

  • Champion First Season Sire of Australia 2010/11
  • Champion Two-Year-Old Sire in Australia 2015/16
  • Champion Victorian Sire 2015/16
  • Champion Victorian Sire 2016/17
  • Sire of 23 individual stakes winners and 20 stakes placed
  • His winners to runners’ percentage is an incredible 74%  – this means 7 out of 10 of his progeny win races
  • His stud fee last season was $88,000
  • Sire of a Golden Slipper and Blue Diamond winner
  • His progeny has won $45.6 million and counting

Already the sire of five individual Group One winners:

CAPITALIST – Champion two-year-old – Group 1 Golden Slipper winner

  • The HIGHEST earner of two-year-old prizemoney EVER – over $3.5 million
  • Winner of the Sire making Group 1 Golden Slipper
  • The first colt to ever win the Magic Millions and Golden Slipper
  • Precocious pre-Christmas two-year-old – winning the listed Breeders’ Plate in October

“Capitalist was the best two-year-old I’ve ever ridden, in the Breeders’ Plate it was like driving a Rolls-Royce. He was breathtaking in the Magic Millions and outstanding against a top-class field in the Golden Slipper.” – Jockey Blake Shinn

Capitalist was just the perfect two-year-old, blessed with a huge amount of precocity, and ability.”- Co-Trainer Peter Snowden

WRITTEN BY – Group 1 Blue Diamond winner

  • Winner of the Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes
  • Winner of the Group 3 Blue Diamond Prelude
  • Winner of the Group 3 Pago Pago Stakes
  • Fourth in the Group 1 Golden Slipper Stakes

Racing and Sport Timeform comments

Written By went into the Blue Diamond as one of those eight closely-matched challengers and came out a clear-cut champ – a strong horse relishing a strongly-run contest.

A finishing speed of 98.1% certainly compromised what was a plain overall time. It shows this Blue Diamond to be a test of a horse’s ability to absorb early pressure. Written By came out strongest and earned himself a Timeform rating of 120 in the process.

In 37 Blue Diamonds run since 1982 only six winners have won by a margin wider than Written By’s 2.5 lengths. Samaready, Sepoy, Paint, Courtza, Midnight Fever and Bounding Away.

LUNA ROSSA – Group 1 NZ Sire Produce Stakes (2YO) winner

  • Murray Baker’s flying filly who came from last to win the NZ Sires Produce Stakes (G1)
  • Second in the Group 2 Caulfield 1000 Guineas Prelude

MUSIC MAGNATE Group 1 Doomben 10,000 winner

  • Bjorn Baker’s highly consistent, elite sprinter who was too strong for his rivals in the Doomben 10,000
  • Winner of the Group 1 Doomben 10,000
  • Winner of the Group 2 Expressway Stakes
  • Winner of the Group 2 Victory Stakes
  • Winner of the Group 3 Hall Mark Stakes

TYCOON TARA  Group 1 Tattersalls Tiara winner

  • NSW Champion Sprinter 2016/17
  • Two times Group 2 winner
  • Three times Group 3 winner

 Already as a young stallion has three sons at Stud

Written Tycoon has had more multi-millionaire sons retire to stud in the past two seasons than any other sire:

  • CAPITALIST –Champion two-year-old and Golden Slipper winner, stands at Newgate Farm at $55,000 Inc. GST
  • WINNING RUPERT –Multiple record-breaking Group 2 winning Sprinter, stands at Newgate Farm at a fee of $22,000 Inc. GST
  • RICH ENUFF –Written Tycoon’s highest rated son, stands at Woodside Park Stud at $13,750 Inc. GST

What Woodside Park Stud says about him

  • A good outcross option to almost all mares’ bloodlines, being a son of IGLESIA (Last Tycoon) and out of a Kenmare mare
  • He stamps his foals in the image of himself, making them great sales types
  • His yearlings averaged over $307k at Magic Millions Gold Coast in January 2017, 24x the service fee they were conceived at ($12.5k)
  • His life-time winners to runners’ percentage is 74%
  • He has covered his best books of mares while at Woodside Park Stud
  • 138 in 2013, 177 in 2014, 185 in 2015, 224 in 2016 and 166 in 2017
  • He always records exceptional fertility and in the past few seasons has covered some of the best pedigreed and performed young mares in the country.

Her Dam Line

First Dam – Bee Ali

Bee Ali is a three times winning mare by Al Maher. She won from 1000 metres to 1223 metres. She is a half-sister to stakes-placed gallopers No Smoken and And Rock.

Second Dam – Bee and Bee

Bee and Bee is a winning mare by Grand Lodge. She is a half-sister to the stakes-placed Trencher. She had 7 foals to race for 6 winners, including:

No Smoken – 5 wins from 1200 metres to 1400 metres – ran second in the Listed MRC Blue Diamond Preview.

And Rock – 2 wins at 1300 metres and 1400 metres. Ran third in the Listed VRC Lexus Hybrid Plate and placed fourth in the Group 3 SAJC Morphettville Guineas and Group 3 VRC PFD Services Stakes.

Rockabee Miss – 5 wins from 1000 metres to 1300 metres.

Third Dam – Petite Dejeuner

Petite Dejeuner by Hemisphere raced twice. She produced 10 foals to race for 8 winners, including Trencher – 4 wins from 1100 metres to 1500 metres and placed at Listed level, and Flipjacks a winner of 7 races from 900 metres to 1600 metres.

Petite Dejeuner is a full sister to stakes placed Tea’s On and a half-sister to the stakes winner Le Dejeuner.

Le Dejuener was a winner of 12 races from 1200 metres to 1500 metres including the AJC Liverpool