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Pierro Filly for Next Generation

Greg Hickman to train Pierro filly for Next Generation.

The TTSC Racehorse Syndication Service is offering shares in this filly by the impressive multiple Group 1 winner Pierro, on behalf of its client Next Generation Racing.

The filly is by five-time Group 1 winner Pierro an impressive racehorse despite only racing for two  seasons.  By Lonhro, Pierro won the ATC Listed Breeders’ Plate (1000 m.) on debut during the spring of 2011.  Returning to the track the following autumn the colt finished off his juvenile preparation as the best in training winning the coveted Group 1 treble of the Golden Slipper (1200 m.), Sires Produce (1400 m.) and Champagne Stakes (1600 m.).

Each time Pierro won - the colts victory was more impressive than the last as bays’ fitness  kept improving after winning the Group 2 Sliver Slipper Stakes (1100 m.) in March 2012.

Trained by Gai Waterhouse, the colt was sent to Victoria for the Group 2 Moonee Valley Stakes (1600 m.) where  Pierro toyed with his rivals recording an eighth success by a widening margin of 4-3/4 lengths.   Unfortunately, it was a masterful ride that caused Pierro’s first defeat when All Too Hard, under Dwayne Dunn, had the last crack at Pierro in the Caulfield Guineas after a torrid run.  Two weeks later Pierro ran a gallant third behind Ocean Park and All Too Hard in the Group 1  W. S. Cox Plate (2040 m.) at Moonee Valley.

A short summer break Pierro won the Group 2 Hobartville Stakes (1400m) before beating the older brigade in the Group 1 Canterbury Classic (1300 m.) and the George Ryder Stakes (1500 m.).    Pierro's final start was in the Group 1 Doncaster Handicap (1600 m.), on a heavy  track, under 57kilos the colt finished a brave runner-up to Sacred Falls.

This filly is out of Mullins Beach a winner of seven races that include two at black-type level in Canada at Woodbine (Damsel and La Voyageuse Stakes in 2009).

Once the Syndicate has been formed the group will be managed by Next Generation Racing.

Not Enough? Mullins Beach earned connections $548,709 (Australian dollars) in Canada and America before being imported into Australia in 2014.  Covered by Pierro in the spring of 2014, Mullins Beach is by Speightstown (by Gone West) and is out of Treasure Beach a winner of two races at 1600m in America.

Speightstown won 10 races including the Grade 1 2004 Breeders’ Cup Sprint (1200 m.) as a sire the chestnut has been very successful siring 84 stakes winners (14-Group 1’s). More importantly as broodmare sire the son of Gone West’s daughters have produced five stakes winners that include the Group 1 winner, Paso Real (ex Pocket Patience) winner of the Premio Gran Nacional Augusto B. Leguia (2600 m.) in Peru and the Grade 2 Saratoga Jim Dandy Stakes winner, Laoban (ex Chattertown).

This filly by Pierro from Mullins Beach is the second live foal after the un-named three-year-old colt by Big Brown. Last spring Mullins Beach produced another filly by the VRC Group 1 Makybe Diva Stakes winner Dissident (by Sebring).

Horse Details

Sire: Pierro
Dam: Mullins Beach
Sex: Filly
Foal Date: 12th September 2015
Pedigree: View detailed pedigree supplied by Bloodhound.net.au

Trainer Details

Greg Hickman describes himself as genuine lover of horses who is passionate about winning, fanatical about work and a trainer who invites his owners to enjoy every level of involvement in stable life.

Born and bred in country New South Wales, Hickman has wanted to train horses from the time he was a teenager riding at pony clubs and shows.

Hickman has lived the dream, setting up a successful stable that produces a steady stream of winners that has included two at Group One level along with a string of other stakes and city victories.

Along with his wife Erika, Hickman began his training career with a few stalls at the Boggabri Showgrounds from where he turned out eight winners.

In the early 1990s Hickman moved to town, taking a job with Vic Thompson Jnr who duly handed
over to the training of the Ingham horses to John Hawkes.

"I cannot begin to tell you how much I learned in nine years at Crown Lodge, at first from Vic Thompson, Peter Snowden and later from John Hawkes," he recalls.

In 1996 Hickman was granted a new licence, beginning with the mare Perfect Flight who won him 10 races.

Since then there have been the Group One winners Royal Purler, an $8000 purchase who won the Flight Stakes, and Murjalisa Lass who claimed the Vinery Stud Stakes.

Other high quality horses like Sportsman, Sir Dex and Private Secretary have followed, all of them bargain buys that suggest a keen eye to match Hickman’s skills as a trainer.

Hickman has 26 boxes at Warwick Farm and offers an open invitation to his owners to join in whenever they wish.

 

*All prices quoted are inclusive of GST.
The TTSC holds an ASIC issued AFSL
ACN 112 056 032 | Australian Financial Services Licence No. 288 213.

Filly by Love Conquers All (ex Hidden Shuffle)

$3,482.00* - Per 2.0% share

$4,352.50* - Per 2.5% share

$6,964.00* - Per 4.0% share

$8,705.00* - Per 5.0% share

$10,446.00* - Per 6.0% share

$13,057.50* - Per 7.5% share

$13,928.00* - Per 8.0% share

$17,410.00* - Per 10.0% share

Number of Shares : 50
Number for Sale : 50

The share price is inclusive of the breaking-in fee with Luke Thomas, 70 days spelling expenses at Torryburn Stud along with 100-days pre-training and education with the breaker and Hickman Racing; the 2018 Inglis race series nomination fee.

In addition the Insurance policy is paid until April 6th, 2018.

The share price includes all of the related registration fee with Racing New South Wales and Racing Australia's Registrar of Racehorses.

The ongoing upkeep fee for a 2% share in this filly has been estimated at $112.00 (inc. GST) each month and this charge commences November 8th, 2017.

 

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