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Connections hope a long-shot throw at the stumps with Newcastle mare Princess Posh in the group 1 $700,000 Kingsford-Smith Cup (1300 metres) at Eagle Farm on Saturday will pay ...Learn More
AUSTRALIAN Bloodstock have won bigger races, but the Doomben Cup (2000 metres) will always be a special one for the Hunter syndicators after the 2012 win of Mawingo.On ...Learn More
A big week could become even bigger for Newcastle trainer Kris Lees at Doomben on Saturday.Lees was humbled to join his father, the late Max Lees, as an inductee into the ...Learn More
“Australian Bloodstock not only foster great relations with their clients, but they are so easy to deal with. They make you feel you are so much a part of everything.”
"I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the exceptional service that you provide.
Your guidance and knowledge has assisted in taking my breeding & racing enterprise to the next level with numerous results in Australia and internationally. Your dedication, professionalism and honesty is a quality unmatched.
Your international selection criteria is unrivalled and putting your own capital into what you recommend speaks for itself in the confidence of how you go about business."
“Winning a black type race overseas (with Delectation) is something I could never have imagined, and I have the greatest admiration and respect for the Australian Bloodstock guys.
“They are amazing how successful they have been at picking a horse with talent overseas, and bringing them to Australia and winning races. Their strike rate is so good.
“Big Duke is a prime example. He had won one race in England (at Wetherby) when Australian Bloodstock bought him, and he has since won the Launceston Cup and Manion Cup and Chairman’s Handicap in Sydney for us.”
As one of the owners of 2014 Melbourne Cup winner Protectionist, the Mendooran (NSW) farmer understandably rated the German stayer’s runaway victory, with English jockey Ryan Moore aboard, as his greatest thrill in racing.
“It’s been a wonderful association and, of course, still is with Australian Bloodstock,” Hunter said.
“There’s no way I could ever have envisaged getting the opportunity to win races all over the world in countries such as Germany, France, Singapore and New Zealand.”
It was a phone call from Tamworth trainer Sue Grills which led to Hunter’s initial involvement with Australian Bloodstock.