Red Arrow popular at Lincoln Farm

Deceased Vinery champion Red Ransom has a number of sons retiring to stud this spring with Lincoln Farm’s Red Arrow already attracting an impressive book of mares.

The interest in first season sire Red Arrow is not surprising given the success of Red Ransom’s sire sons Charge Forward (Arrowfield) and Domesday (Darley).  His European based son Intikhab is also in the news with top-class filly Snow Fairy who won this year’s Group 1 English and Irish Oaks double.

Breeders in Australia are pin-pointing Red Ransom as the next breed-shaper given that he is the perfect outcross for the saturated Northern Dancer line mares in this country.  The results speak for themselves with the performances of Typhoon Tracy, Onemorenomore, Duporth, All American, Red Dazzler, Romneya etc.

Red Arrow is standing at Lincoln Farm at a fee of $6,600 and his initial book already includes the following:

Danehill x 2, Marscay x 2, Cape Cross, Secret Savings, Spinning World,Vettori, Anabaa, Hennessy, Grand Lodge ,Wild Harmony, Fantastic Light, Mookta, Second Empire x 2, Dehere, Scenic, Mossman, Thunder Gulch, Danehill Dancer, Brackenbury,

Group 1 winners St Basil (Stradbroke Hcp) and Pantani (Adelaide Cup), Be Positive (G3 Frances Tressady St), Queen Of Queens (G3 South Australian Oaks), Entrapment (Unbeaten 7 starts in HK $620,000), She’s In The Guide (Stakes placed winner $191,000), Siennas Fury (LR Blue Diamond Preview), Snippedydooda (HK$ 4.3 million ), Silky Smooth ($214,312 VRC Zouki Hcp), Tale Of Love (MRC Inglis Premier 2YO), Raqas (AJC Tooheys New Hcp).

Visual Displays (VRC Great Western St), My Becks (3rd WA Oaks), Lady Branax (3rd SAJC Laelia St), Dewamar (3rd STC Frank Underwood Cup), Poetique (3rd VATC Thoroughbred Stud St) and the city winning mares Miabondialee, Thor’s Daughter, Djel D’Amour, Dancing Reality, Wide Vision.