Winners Galore for Onemorenomore (Breednet)

May 25, 2016

It was a timely announcement in late April that Onemorenomore was to be relocated to Ridgeview Park Stud - the up-and-coming young stallion since that time being represented by a flood of winners.

Including a double on Sunday - the three-year-old fillies Aali Mia and Clandestine Affair impressive breaking their maidens at the Strathalbyn meeting.

Onemorenomore

Onemorenomore

Having her first start, the Richard Jolly trained Clandestine Affair was kept safe off the back of winning trial form and she did not let her supporters down, recording a dominant victory over 1105m.

Aali Mia meanwhile was racing over a mile and she too found the line in determined fashion for Morphettville trainer Lloyd Kennewell.

The double comes on the back of a winning one for the progeny of Onemorenomore with Morova Miss proving too strong at Kilmore, Magic Panther drawing clear to claim his maiden at Kembla Grange and Warwick Avenue resuming with a smart victory at Tamworth.

Meanwhile Onemorenomore's classy daughter Onemorezeta looks close to another black type victory having been a gallant second (after being forced wide turning) to the in-form Danish Twist in the Gr.3 Dark Jewel Classic at Scone a couple of weeks ago.

With his oldest progeny only four, Onemorenomore has it all ahead of him and he has a very nice crop of two-year-olds which includes Capanello (second in the Listed Blue Diamond Preview at debut), the recent impressive Randwick trial winner Whitula (trained by Gai Waterhouse), the winner One More Tisha, the four times placed More Thunder and Somethingmore who was a close up fifth in last weekend's Gr.3 National Stakes at Morphettville.

Also a member of Onemorenomore's juvenile crop is Om Nom who was doing her best work late at her first two outings including a fifth to the subsequent Blue Diamond winner Extreme Choice.

Om Nom is trained by Michael Kent who has plenty of time for the Onemorenomore breed - "we've only had a few in the stable but they all have ability, they are natural runners," he said.

A particularly good looking son of Red Ransom, Onemoremomore was a Group One winner of the AJC Champagne Stakes at two - going on to prove competitive with the best at three and gutsy when taking on the older horses, finishing third in Road To Rock's George Main Stakes.

An $800,000 Easter graduate (his sire's third highest priced southern hemisphere bred yearling), Onemorenomore is a half-brother to the stakes winner Dr Green out of the Gr.3 winning Last Tycoon mare Palia, full sister to the dam of the Gr.1 winning successful sire Casino Prince.

Also new to Ridgeview Park this spring is Redoute's Choice's reliable son Al Samer whose progeny are racing in great heart, Berisha taking out the Listed Mornington Cup and Issawi winning his last two by wide margins in Tasmania whilst the promising two-year-old Peeking Duck was impressive flashing home to win her second start at Cranbourne a couple of weeks ago.

Also the sire of recent winners Another Largo, Fort The Fight, Qabla and Classy Al, the Black Opal Stakes winning Al Samer is a proven stallion having sired the stakes winners Mr Chard, Underestimation and Le Remas.

For further information on Onemorenomore and Al Samer who stand alongside Best Choice, Golden Snake and Scintillo at Ridgeview Park Stud contact Phil Sloane (0488 525 063