A stunning filly purchased at the 2019 Inglis Classic Sales. Bred by Vinery in Scone, the filly is being trained by Richard Litt at Warwick Farm (winning trainer of the inaugural $2M 2YO Listed Inglis Millennium this year and Group 1 Champagne Stakes). With Group 1 parentage, this filly should have some amazing potential in both her racing and breeding future.
Here's what Richard Litt says about her
She is a lovely big strong filly that broke in well, doing everything right from the word go. She’s a complete professional and really enjoys her work.
A half-brother to sprint queen Black Caviar, the bay colt by Casino Prince, is the third live foal out of Helsinge (by Desert Sun). During his career, All Too Hard won the 2012 Group 1 Caulfield Guineas (1600m), 2013 Group 1 MRC C.F. Orr Stakes, Futurity Stakes and the ATC All-Aged Stakes. He ending his race career with seven wins and three placings from 12-race starts with career earnings of $2,288,200. All Too Hard retired for covering duties to Vinery Stud in the spring of 2013 on a fee of $66,000 (inc. GST) and was well supported in that first season covering 176 mares in the horses first season. All Too Hard’s oldest progeny are now four-year-old’s and as of mid-February 2019 the bay has sired 134 individual winners from 228-runners that include Group 2 winners: Villermont (2017 MRC Sandown Guineas), Demonetization (2018 Auckland Guineas) and Tarka (2018 Stan Fox Stakes).
Loving New was the winner of four races from just 11-race starts two of those wins were in the Group 1 Grande Premio Diana (Brazilian Oaks) 2000m and in the Grande Premio Barao De Piracicaba (Brazilian 1000 Guineas) 1600m in 2004. That year the bay finished runner-up in the Group 1 Grande Premio Margarida Polak Lara as well as the Group 3 Presidente Guilherme Ellis. Those efforts ensured the daughter of Choctaw Ridge was crowned Champion 3YO Filly in Brazil at the end of the 2004/05 racing season.
Imported into Australia as a proven producer Loving New’s breeding record in Australia reveals Loving New has foaled nine live foals, six have raced for five winners, including the very tough, durable galloper Dark Matter (by Stratum) winner of nine including the Dubai Duty Free (1400m) at Meydan, another three wins in Singapore and the Carlsberg Cup (1400m) twice in Malaysia at Selangor. Another gelded son First Crush (by Husson) has won seven races including last year’s Listed Grafton Cup (2350m) with solid runner-up efforts in the Listed Sunshine Coast Cup (2400m) and the Listed Ipswich Cup (2150m).
The price of each 2% Share is $1,302.00 (inc. GST) and Shares can also be purchased in the following units of 2.5% $1,627.50 (inc. GST); 5% $3,255.00 (inc.GST); 7.5% $4,882.50 (inc. GST) and 10% $6,510.00 (inc. GST) in the Horse Racing Syndicate. Items included in this share cost include:
The estimated average monthly running costs per 2% share is estimated at $116.00 (inc. GST); or for a 2.5% share it’s estimated at $135.00 (inc. GST); or for a 5% share it’s estimated at $231.00 (inc. GST); or for a 7.5% share it’s estimated at $328.00 (inc. GST); or for a 10% share it’s estimated at $424.00 (inc. GST) per month for each Owner’s share (subject to shareholding).