Hinchinbrook X Gaze

to be trained by Lindsay Park

$290 per unit + $16 per month

The impeccable pedigree of this horse

You can view the full pedigree page of this colt by clicking here


This colt is by the highly regarded Hinchinbrook, who was a seriously fast 2YO winning a Group 3 second-up and placing in two Group 1 races. He was the leading champion first season sire of 2014/2015, and has subsequently continued to produce star racehorses year after year.

Hinchinbrook has sired three Group 1 winners, including the undefeated 2YO Press Statement. Press Statement had 3 starts for 3 wins as a 2YO, including the Group 1 BTC J.J. Actions Stakes. As a 3YO he went on to win the Caulfield Guineas, making him the only colt of his year to win a Group 1 as both a 2YO and 3YO.  His other Group 1 winners include Seabrook, who won the Moet and Chandon Champagne Stakes as a 2YO and most recently Beat the Clock, who won the Centenary Sprint Cup at Sha Tin on January 21 2019.

Hinchinbrook is also the sire of Group 2 Arrowfield Sprint Winner Diamond Tathagata, and his group & stakes performers include the likes of Seabrook, Press Statement, Whispering Brook, Salsonic and Samara Dancer.  At the Magic Millions Yearling Sales in 2019, 21 yearlings sold for an average of averaging $274,524.

At the Inglis Easter Sale in 2016, a colt by Hinchinbrook sold for $1 million, with his three yearlings selling for an average of $440, 000.

This is the sire line from heaven. Hinchinbrook is a three-quarter brother to leading leading Australian sire Snitzel and Group 3 winner Viennese, and is by champion sire Fastnet Rock from stakes-winning sprinter Snippets’ Lass. Fastnet Rock is a legend in his own right, producing 36 individual Group 1 winners and 5 Group 1 winning 2YOs  since the start of 2016.

Why you should back Lindsay Park and David Hayes

When you’ve had 75 Group One wins there is little else to say. The details behind this amazing number are:

  1. Prize Money >$170 million
  2. Career Wins >2,757
  3. Group One wins 75
  4. Win rate 12%

As the head trainer at Lindsay Park Racing Stables, David learned every aspect of the racing business from his father, Colin. It must have been quite a tuition, because at the age of 28, following his father’s retirement, David established himself as a leading trainer in his very first season.Across his 32-year training career, David Hayes has recorded more than 2,700 winners, including over 70 Group One wins. He won the Melbourne Cup in 1994, the Caulfield Cup in 1993, 2006, and 2017, the Cox Plate in 1990 and 2006, the Golden Slipper in 2006, the Queen Elizabeth Stakes in 2015, and the Australian Cup in 2015.

That incredible debut season included winning the Cox Plate with Better Loosen Up, recording six Group One winners in a single day at Flemington on Derby Day and then winning the Japan Cup a month later.

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