Fastnet Rock-Ripping Nic yearling colt
This cracking colt is by boom sire Fastnet Rock. Fastnet Rock was Australia’s Champion Sprinter and 3YO colt in 2005 and is currently Australia’s leading sire for the season. He has produced the winners of a staggering $8.4 million in prizemoney for the first 9 months of the season, nearly $2.3 million ahead of his nearest rival (Redoute’s Choice - $6.1m) and nearly double that of the third stallion on the list (Commands - $4.7m). Fastnet Rock is the sire of eight individual G1 winners including the superstar fillies Mosheen, Atlantic Jewel and Sea Siren as well as the David Hayes trained, Irish Lights, Australian Guineas winner, Rock Classic, Wanted, Planet Rock, and Rock ‘n’ Rop.
The dam of this colt, the multiple city placed Ripping Nic, is a daughter of former Champion Australian Sire, Encosta de Lago. Ripping Nic has already produced 3 winners from 4 foals to race.
This colt did well during his breaking and education process and is now enjoying a brief spell in the paddock at Lindsay Park Euroa. He is scheduled to return to training in mid-August.
Eligible for the lucrative Inglis Race Series, SuperVobis, Vobis Gold and BOBS bonus schemes.
With the recently announced prizemoney increases in Victoria along with SuperVobis/Vobis Gold this colt will earn a minimum of $27,000 just for winning an eligible Maiden in country Victoria.
Itemised costings as at 30/6/2012
|GST on Purchase Price||$nil |
|Inglis Race Series||$2,200 inc GST|
|Lindsay Park buying fee||$3,850 inc GST|
|Mortality Insurance to 27/2/2013||$5,400.18 inc GST|
|Stamp duty on Insurance||$534.52|
|Veterinary Inspection Fee||$275 inc GST|
|Scoping at sale||$165 inc GST|
|Transport/Agistment etc. to 30/6/2012||$9,247.28 inc GST|
|TOTAL INITIAL COST||$176,671.98 including GST. Includes all costs to 30 June 2012|
10% available- initial cost $17,667.20 including GST. Includes all costs to 30 June 2012
The average ongoing cost is approximately $400/month (for a 10% share) which covers training, spelling, vet, farrier, transport, nominations, track and swim fees etc. The monthly costs fluctuate depending on whether the horse is spelling, in training or racing.
The syndicate manager will receive a fully itemised monthly statement (via email). Our payment terms are strictly 30 days after invoice date. Our preferred method of payment is via credit card. We offer to absorb the merchant fee charges (Visa and Mastercard only) for clients that choose to provide their credit card details and authorise Lindsay Park Racing to automatically charge the credit card for the monthly amount.
Each owner will receive regular updates on the horse’s progress directly from David Hayes (delivered in voice format as an mp3 attachment on an email) and will also have access to our exclusive owner login area to follow their horse's progress.