Speedy son of Invincible Spirit, Ajaya has sired his first Northern Hemisphere foal.
Lucky Volatility became Reward For Effort’s fourth winner in Hong Kong on Sunday when winning on debut at Sha Tin over 1000m.
Sheriff John Stone (Reward For Effort) won the money at Caulfield on Sunday in the $120,000 Handicap, with owner/breeder Greg Peters also pocketing the $30,000 VOBIS Bonus.
Nice Kick became Anacheeva’s first winner in Hong Kong at Sha Tin’s New Years Day meeting.
Reward For Effort sired a spate of winners over the Christmas period including six winners in the last two days, taking his season tally to 54 winners (15th in Australia).
Reward For Effort colt Kasi Farasi provided his owners with a huge thrill on Saturday, winning the $120,000 Three-Years-Old Handicap over 1440m.
the first mare to be sold in foal to Ajaya went through the ring. Lot 1362, Amurra was sold by Jamie Railton to Yeomanstown Stud for 65,000gns, converting to A$120,000.
Ajaya ‘s 2YO half-brother by Mastercraftsman carried the colours of breeders Blue Diamond Stud to a superb debut victory at Newbury on Friday.
Darley’s newest sire was defeated by Chatswood Sire, Ajaya as a 2YO in the Group 2 Gimcrack Stakes at York in 2015.
All American’s Stakes Placed son, Sam’s Image produced a tough performance on Friday Night, taking out the $120,000 Super VOBIS 3YO race over 1000m.