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Lovatsville | Lovatsville Stallions Generation

BREEDING RIGHT BROCHURE

Overview

SNITZEL (AUS) - FONTITON (AUS),

by Turffontein (AUS), 2018 - Bay, 15.3hh

  • Undefeated, multiple city winning 2 year-old, dual Group 3 winning 3 year-old and Group 1 performed sprinter.
  • By multiple Champion Sire and emerging sire of sires, Snitzel.
  • Out of the blisteringly quick 2 year-old filly, Fontiton.
  • The good looks to make $575,000 at the Gold Coast Magic Millions Yearling Sale, with Ciaron Maher declaring him as one of the best looking colts he has ever bought.

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Pedigree

Pedigree
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  • By Snitzel, 4-time Champion Australian sire and sales ring goliath. Snitzel is responsible for 142 individual stakes winners, including 55 stakes winning 2 year-olds seeing him crowned 4-time Champion Sire of 2 year-olds.
  • Snitzel is emerging as a sire-of-sires, with 15 stakes siring sons through the likes of his Shamus Award, Trapeze Artist and Russian Revolution. In his role as grandsire he has produced an improving 61 stakes winners and 11 individual Group 1 winners.
  • Out of the star 2 year-old speedster Fontiton, a pre-Christmas winner of the Inglis Banner and the Group 2 & 3 Blue Diamond Prelude and Preview. Fontiton is a half-brother to the Group 3 winning sprinter Sartorial Splendour and is out of the undeafeated city winning 2 year-old and stakes winning sprinter Personal Ensign (Rubiton).
  • The ill-fated Fontiton’s only 2 foals are Generation and the 2 year-old winning, Group 3-placed Pinkham.

Performance

Performance
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  • Undefeated, multiple city winning 2 year-old, described by Jamie Kah as “A beautiful horse. Very responsive, very push button. A true professional who knows his job and looks to have a bright future.”
  • Dual Group 3 winning 3 year-old, saluting in the Red Anchor Stakes at Moonee Valley and the Group 3 Manfred Stakes at Caulfield.
  • Group 1 performed, running a gallant 4th in both the Moir Stakes over 1000m and William Reid Stakes over 1200m
  • “He was a class act from day one. I loved him as a yearling, but as a racehorse he just wanted to put in and that’s what pleased me so much. Raced on speed, fought till the end.” Champion trainer, Ciaron Maher.

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