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Bell View Park Stud Pty Ltd
Phone: (02) 4446 0999
Fax: (02) 4446 0435
Email: info@bellviewparkstud.com.au
ACN: 61119605444
112 Bells Lane, Meroo Meadow
P.O. Box 392
Berry, NSW 2535

Latest News
21/8/17 - Sweet Redemption Wins G3 Toy Show Quality

The Bell View Park bred Sweet Redemption (Pictured - Photo Steve Hart) won the G3 Toy Show Quality over 1300m at Randwick on Saturday. Trained by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, Sweet Redemption led all of the way for jockey Adam Hyeronimus to win by a narrow margin. This was her second G3 success after previously winning Festival Stakes in 2016. Sweet Redemption has now won 6 races from 22 career starts and has prize money of just under $390,000. 

Sweet Redemption is by current champion 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 Millions Yearling sale to Bruce Slade's Round Table Racing for $120,000.

Bell View Park sold Redeeming Lass in foal to Wandjina at the 2016 Inglis Broodmare Sale for $60,000 to the bid of Rothwell Park.

To view Sweet Redemption's pedigree, click on the link below.



14/8/17 - Elouera Wins at Rosehill

After an excellent third at Rosehill a fortnight earlier, Elouera (Pictured as a Yearling) broke through for her maiden metropolitan win at Rosehill on Saturday for trainers Robert and Luke Price and owners Bell View Park, Sascha Chandler and Michael Vimpany.

After jumping well for jockey Kathy O'Hara, Elouera settled back worse than midfield in the run. Entering the straight Kathy O'Hara took Elouera to the outside of the field where she stormed home to claim victory by a narrow margin.

Bred by Bell View Park, Elouera is by Street Cry out of the G1 winning daughter of Commands, Russeting. Russeting was also raced by Bell View Park when she won the G1 Queensland Breeder's Winter Stakes.

To watch Elouera's win and view her pedigree click on the links below.

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1/8/17 - Bell View Park Purchases G1 Winner Savaria

Bell View Park in partnership with clients have purchased the G1 winning Savabeel mare Savaria. (Pictured at Bell View Park)

Savaria was purchased as a yearling at the New Zealand Premier Yearling Sale for $110,000 by Des and Kay Fleming. Given to Roydon Bergerson to train, Savaria won 5 races from 26 starts and collected $435,822 in stakes. 

Savaria won her second start as a 3yo over 1400m before capturing the G3 Hawkes Bay Lowland Stakes. Her career highlight came at her next start when she comfortably won the G1 New Zealand Oaks as favourite. Savaria also trained on to win the G3 Wellington Cup.

Savaria is by the current champion New Zealand sire Savabeel, who will stand at Waikato Stud this season at a fee of $100,000. To date Savabeel has sired 12 individual G1 winners and is already showing promise as a broodmare sire with 2 stakes winners from limited runners.

Savaria is out of the O'Reilly mare Amathea. O'Reilly was a 4 time champion New Zealand stallion and in more recent years has proven himself to be a great broodmare sire with 13 individual G1 winners to his credit. Savaria's third dam is G1 winner and outstanding broodmare influence Soliloquy. Her immediate family has produced 8 G1 winners including New Zealand Oaks winner Solveig, VRC Derby winner Fiveandahalfstar and 2017 ATC Derby winner Jon Snow.

To view Savaria's pedigree, click on the link below.



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