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112 Bells Lane, Meroo Meadow
P.O. Box 392
Berry, NSW 2535
|19/10/16 - Bell View Park Purchases Siralen|
Bell View Park has purchased the well bred 3yo filly Siralen (Pictured) in the USA.
Siralen is by the G1 winning son of A P Indy, Majestic Warrior. She is a half sister to two stakes performers and is out the Green Desert mare Brocatelle, a daughter of G1 winner Brocade. Brocatelle is a half sister to proven stallion Barathea, sire of Australian G1 winners Easy Rocking, Porto Roca and Shirazamatazz. Brocatelle is also a half sister to G1 winner and champion 3yo filly of Ireland, Gossamer. Siralen won on debut as a 2yo and later ran 4th in the listed Canterbury Park Northbound Oaks.
Siralen will be exported to Bell View Park and will be mated during 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.
pedigree / more information
|13/10/16 - Group 1 Placing For Tivaci|
The Mike Maroney trained entire Tivaci (pictured as a yearling) ran impressive 3rd in the G1 Toorak Handicap at Caulfield on Saturday. Already a dual G3 winner, this result took Tivaci's race record to 15 starts for 4 wins and 4 placings and just over $330,000 in stakes. Tivaci is a son of High Chaparral out of Bell View Park's Fastnet Rock mare, Breccia. Breccia is out of G2 winner Luna Tudor and is a half sister to G1 winner Allez Wonder and G3 winner Pretty Pins.
Breccia has produced some excellent results in the sale ring. Tivaci who was her first foal, sold for $250,000 at the Inglis Easter Yearling Sale to the bid of Paul Maroney. Her second foal, a colt by Dalakhani, sold to Tony McEvoy for $180,000 at the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale. Her last foal, a colt by Dundeel, was knocked down to Sheamus Mills at this year's Magic Millions National Weanling Sale for $180,000.
To view Tivaci's pedigree, click on the link below.