Welcome to Bell View Park Stud
112 Bells Lane, Meroo Meadow
P.O. Box 392
Berry, NSW 2535
|5/12/16 - Group 3 Win For Sweet Redemption|
The Bell View Park bred Sweet Redemption (Pictured - Photo Steve Hart) won the G3 Festival Stakes at Rosehill over 1500m. Trained by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, Sweet Redemption led all the way and fought off all challengers down the straight to win by a narrow margin. Sweet Redemption has now recorded 18 starts for 5 wins and 8 placings and won nearly $290,000 in stakes.
Sweet Redemption is by outstanding stallion Snitzel and is out of the Red Ransom mare Redeeming Lass. Redeeming Lass is a daughter of Danglissa who won the G1 Flight Stakes for Gai Waterhouse. Sweet Redemption was sold at the Magic Million Yearling sale to Bruce Slade's Round Table Racing for $120,000.
Bell View Park also sold Redeeming Lass in foal to Wandjina at last year's Inglis Broodmare sale for $60,000 to the bid of Rothwell Park. Redeeming Lass becomes the first mare that Bell View Park has sold that has produced a stakes winner. We wish Rothwell Park the best of luck with Redeeming Lass and hopefully she can produce more stakes winners in the future.
To view Sweet Redemption's pedigree, click on the link below.
|25/11/16 - Win For Hesperos
Bell View Park's race mare Hesperos (pictured as a foal) broke her maiden at Canberra today. Ridden by senior jockey Jeff Penza for trainer John Sargent, Hesperos took up a forward position in the race. She looked beaten in the straight but fought back strongly along the rail to win by half a length over the 2000m journey. It was a game effort and there should be more wins to come.
Bred by Bell View Park, Hesperos is by the ill fated champion NZ stallion Thorn Park and is out of the Sydney metropolitan winning daughter of Redoute's Choice, Halleys. Halleys hails from the great Eight Carat family, which includes champion racehorse Octagonal.
Click on the link below to view the pedigree of Hesperos.
|15/11/16 - Bell View Park Purchases Chocolatier|
Bell View Park has purchased the French bred, stakes placed mare Chocolatier. (Pictured) Chocolatier is by Lawman, a successful sire and son of Invincible Spirit - The sire of the outstanding young Australian stallion, I Am Invincible. Chocolatier is out of the French metropolitan winning Grand Lodge mare Sweet Shop. She is from an excellent female line that includes Australian Champion 2yo and exciting stallion prospect, Pierro.
Chocolatier was purchased by De Burgh Equine at the Arqana yearling sales for the equivalent of $215,000 AUD. She commenced her racing career in France, winning at Chantilly as a 2yo. She went on to run 4th in 3 stakes races in France as well as 5th in the G1 Longchamp Prix Saint-Alary. Chocolatier was moved to the USA where she won a further two races at Keeneland and Aqueduct before earning a stakes placing at Golden Gate. She finished her racing career with 3 wins and the equivalent of $265,000 AUD in stakes.
Chocolatier will be shipped to Australia and prepared for the 2017 breeding season. To view her pedigree, click on the link below.
|17/10/16 - Stakes Win For Cavaloce
Bell View Park recently purchased the stakes placed Testa Rossa mare Cavaloce. (Pictured at Morphetville Racecourse on Saturday) Having her first start in Bell View Park colours, Cavaloce won the Listed Durbridge Stakes at Morphetville over 1200m for trainer Will Clarken. Cavaloce settled back in the field for jockey Jamie Kah but finished off powerfully down the outside to win the race by just under length. It was a dominant win by Cavaloce and there should be more wins in store for her in the near future.
Click on the link below to view her pedigree and click on more information to watch a replay of her win.
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