Ajaya has finally taken his rightful place in Invincible Spirit’s old paddock at Chatswood.

Greg Willis could not be happier with the new recruit, “He took my breath away from the moment he stepped foot from the truck”.

“I vividly remember Invincible Spirit’s last footsteps at Chatswood and Ajaya has so many qualities that remind me of him. He’s the same size. He is a compact, neat horse that is strong in the front and back”.

Ajaya pictured on the day of his arrival at Chatswood Stud
“We stayed out practically all day to watch him motor around his new paddock and we loved what we saw. He just carries that presence that makes you fall in love with a stallion and I know that he’ll suit practically all of our mares”.

“I think breeders will feel the same way with their mares and we would just love to show him off to the public. We’re open 7 days a week”.

“We have been looking for a son of Invincible Spirit for a very long time and I’m confident we’ve made the right choice. Ajaya is the real deal”.

Stud Manager, Keri Gore is fresh from handling stallions such as Tavistock and previously Zabeel at Cambridge Stud. “I really like Ajaya. He fits the mould of what I’ve seen work in Australasia for other stallions that are now household names. I have high aspirations for Chatswood Stud so I’m looking for the X-Factor and I can see the X-Factor in Ajaya”.

Watch him win the Gimcrack – defeating the World’s 4th best horse, Ribchester.
Visit Ajaya’s page.

Invincible Spirit at Chatswood Stud – 2006

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