Another International Black Type Winner for Stravinsky

 
13 Sep 2009

Stravinsky notched his second international black type winner in a week when Tamagin (Stravinsky ex Lula, by Forty Niner) won the Listed Starlit Stakes (6 furlongs) at Goodwood in England over the weekend.

Just a week ago Stravinsky's German-bred son, Win For Sure, had been a Listed winner in Italy.

 

These latest wins for Stravinsky in England and Italy, respectively, emphasise what a truly international stallion he is.  His progeny have won in no less than 30 countries around the globe and collectively have 550 races.  Stravinsky now has 58 individual black type winners - 29 of which have won at Group Race level.

A telling factor in Stravinsky's worldwide success is the impressive strike-rate he has achieved with his progeny - and it's occurred in number of countries including New Zealand (99 winners from 149 runners); Australia (146 winners from 208 runners) and America (128 winners from 180 runners).

 

Stravinsky is currently en-route to Cambridge Stud via quarantine stops in America and Australia and is due to arrive at his Southern Hemisphere shuttle base during the first week of October.

Stravinsky stands at a fee of NZ$35,000 + gst (LFG).