Onemorenomore Flying! (Breednet)

Jul 29, 2016

Breednet - Media Release - Thursday, 28 July 2016

It's a varied and great value roster at Ridgeview Park Stud this spring, five well credentialled stallions with great appeal for the owner/breeder market.

And the newest of those - Onemorenomore - is in simply outstanding form with seven winners in the space of week.

Kicking off his great run with a dominant all the way maiden victory at Narromine on July 18 was the three-year-old Our Snazzy Chassis who could not have been more impressive saluting by no less than 7 1/2 lengths.

Onemorenomore

Onemorenomore

Three days later and Onemorenomore was represented by another new winner, Ledecky particuarly tough after working hard out wide from a tricky gate to win in easy fashion at Moree.

Also drawing awkwardly was Stock Broker at Kranji, Singapore the next day. Ridden by Vlad Duric the talented four-year-old put on a dazzling display of speed, kicking clear from before the turn to win by 6 1/4 lengths.

It was a Onemorenomore double the next day, Onemore Twist getting back off a tardy start at Toowoomba before charging home to claim his maiden whilst at the Gold Coast the consistent Morendi gave his rivals weight when recording a soft victory over 1800m.

The Hawkesbury meeting the following day provided the in-form stallion with another double, two-year-old Alluvion attacking the line with gusto at her first run since contesting the Sweet Embrace Stakes in February... "the future looks bright for this filly," said trainer Scott Singleton.

The year old Fleeting, also lightly raced, also found the line well to win his maiden over 2000m; showing just how versatile a breed the Onemorenomores are.

Onemorenomore's stellar run continued at Morphettville on Thursday where his daughter One More Daisy was a two length winner over 1250m.

Victoria's leading third season sire with over $1.65 million in earnings over the past 12 months, the Group One winning Onemorenomore is proving popular with local broodmare owners pleased to have him standing at the accessible fee of $5500.

Fellow Ridgeview stallion Golden Snake has also been in form, his son Aagas doing a great job winning over a mile at Moe last weekend. Dropping back over 400m, the tough four-year-old raced wide but was still able to win by 2 3/4 lengths.

Also working in running was Unique Mistique who won in easy fashion at Dalby, her sixth career success. Meanwhile in Tasmania Golden Kiss is racing well, winning two of her last three whilst two-year-old Star Patriot, a sister to Golden Snake's Singapore star Super Gold, is showing plenty of potential.

There have also been winners for Al Samer who returns to Victoria after a stint interstate. A Black Opal Stakes winning son of Redoute's Choice, he is producing tough and durable performers such as My Survivor, the rising nine-year-old who was in the winner's circle for the ninth time when successful at Pakenham recently.

In Tasmania Issawi continues to race in great form, winning five of his last six whilst Choice Larga and Alabasta Bay are also recent winners.

Fellow Redoute's Choice stallion Best Choice, a half-brother to Hong Kong superstar Silent Witness, has just a small group of two-year-olds but has already been represented by promising Sydney jump-out winner Crystal Choice, member of the Bjorn Baker stable.

Making up the Ridgeview roster is the Group One winning stayer Scintillo, an eye-catching son of the globe-trotting star Fantastic Light.

Ridgeview Park hosts an open day on Sunday August 14 where those in attendance have the chance to win a free service to Onemorenomore. For further details contact Phil Sloane (0488 525 063) or log onto http://ridgeviewpark.com.au