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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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17/7/17 - Celestial Choice Wins at Warwick Farm

Following her maiden victory and two subsequent city placings, Celestial Choice (pictured) has recorded her first metropolitan win at Warwick Farm over 2200m.

Ridden by in form apprentice Andrew Adkins, Celestial Choice settled around midfield in the run. She was taken to the outside of the field entering the straight, shot to the lead and was able to hang on to win the race by a narrow margin.

Celestial Choice is trained by Robert and Luke Price and is bred and owned by Bell View Park. Celestial Choice is by champion stallion Redoute's Choice and is out of the winning Galileo mare Sidereus Nuncius. Sidereus Nuncius is a daughter of G1 winning Centaine mare Foxwood who is from the outstanding family of Sovereign Red, Gurner's Lane and Trichelle.

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


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14/7/17 - Bell View Park Purchases Stakes Winner Sebring Sally

Bell View Park has purchased the stakes winning Sebring mare Sebring Sally (Pictured at Bell View Park) in partnership with the Saddleback Racing 1 Syndicate who bought into her as a yearling.

Trained by champion trainer Chris Waller, Sebring Sally displayed early speed winning as a 2yo over 1200m. As a 3yo Sebring Sally impressively won the listed TRC Strutt Stakes. Later in her 3yo season Sebring Sally was narrowly beaten when 3rd in the G2 BRC The Roses Stakes before running an excellent 4th in the G1 BRC Queensland Oaks.

Sebring Sally is by the outstanding young sire Sebring and is out of the Anabaa mare Donna Amata, a half sister to stakes winners Donna Dior and Yesterday. The family also includes Golden Slipper winner Catbird. 

Sebring Sally has been retired to stud and will be covered by the very exciting first season sire American Pharaoh. An incredible racehorse, American Pharaoh became the first American Triple Crown winner since Affirmed completed the treble back in 1978.

To view a hypothetical mating of American Pharaoh and Sebring Sally, click on the link below.


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6/6/17 - Celestial Choice Breaks Her Maiden

The Bell View Park bred and owned Redoute's Choice mare Celestial Choice (Pictured as a Foal) broke her maiden in a Class 1 at Kembla Grange on Saturday over 1600m for trainers Robert and Luke Price.

Ridden by jockey Peter Wells, Celestial Choice jumped well and settled just off the pace. On the home turn she got to the outside and worked home impressively to record a comfortable 1.3 length victory.

Celestial Choice is out of the winning Galileo mare Sidereus Nuncius who is a daughter of G1 winning Centaine mare Foxwood. This is the highly credentialled family of Sovereign Red, Gurner's Lane and Trichelle.

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


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4/6/17 - Outstanding Sale Results For Bell View Park

Bell View Park sold their entire draft of 25 mares at the Magic Millions Broodmare Sale on the Gold Coast. The 25 mares realised a total of $5,215,000 at an average of $208,600.

The highlight of the sale for Bell View Park was Fastnet Rock mare Breccia (Pictured at the Sale), the dam of G1 winner Tivaci, who was knocked down to Dean Hawthorne Bloodstock for for $950,000. Other high priced lots included G3 winning Flying Spur mare Okahu Bay who fetched $470,000, stakes winning Star Witness mare Pearl Star who made $380,000 and stakes placed Street Boss mare Star Via Strada who was purchased for $350,000.

For further details of Bell View Park's sale results, click on the "Mare Sale" section of this website. Bell View Park would like to thank the buyers for their support and wish them the best of luck with their purchases.
25/5/17 - Bell View Park's Mares Ready For Sale

Bell View Park will present a draft of 25 quality mares at the upcoming Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale commencing on Tuesday 30th May.

Our draft of mares have been carefully selected and mated to highly commercial stallions that compliment them both physically and genetically. All of our mares are in foal prior to the end of October with the majority of them having been covered in September.

Of the 25 mares, four are stakes winners and seven are stakes placed. A further five mares are either half sisters or daughters of G1 winners, one of which is the dam of a recent G1 winner.

Here are some of the highlights of our draft:

Lot 675: Cavaloce: A dual stakes winning sprinter by Testa Rossa - Racing and breeding prospect

Lot 1078: Breccia (Pictured): The dam of the Group 1 All Aged Stakes winner and stallion prospect Tivaci - In foal to Brazen Beau

Lot 1107: Champion Stage: A half sister to the outstanding young stallion Tavistock - In foal to Deep Field.

Lot 1159: Designated Driver: A Group 1 placed sprinting mare - In foal to Vancouver.

Lot 1462: Okahu Bay: A Group 3 winning Flying Spur mare from an outstanding family - In foal to More Than Ready.

Lot 1487: Pearl Star: A stakes winning two year old by Star Witness - In foal to I am Invincible

Lot 1499: Platinum Balos: A Group 1 placed two year old - In foal to Exosphere

If you wish to look at our draft in more detail, please click on the Mare Sale link above where you will find photos, pedigrees and additional information about each mare.

As Bell View Park no longer raises foals and our core business is mare sales, we have no intention of retaining any mares as longer term breeding propositions. We are focused and committed to presenting quality mares at auction and selling them in the sale’s ring.

If you have an enquiry regarding any of our mares, please feel free to contact Adam Mackrell on 0409909520 or email info@bellviewparkstud.com.au. Our draft will be available for inspection from 8am on Sunday 28th May in rows QD and QE at the Magic Millions sale complex on the Gold Coast.


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10/5/17 - Bell View Park Purchases Two Stakes Winners

Bell View Park has recently purchased the stakes winners Tarquinn Shadow and Another Coup for the upcoming breeding season.

Tarquinn Shadow (Pictured) is an attractive daughter of the Western Australian based stallion Trade Fair. Tarquinn Shadow won 6 races including the Listed WATC Starstruck Classic and collected just under $220,000 in prize money. She also placed in the G3 WATC La Trice Classic. She is out of the Redoute's Choice mare Penumbra and hails from the great family of Best In Show.

Another Coup is a daughter of the excellent New Zealand based stallion Darci Brahma, sire of 7 G1 winners. Another Coup won 7 races in New Zealand including the Listed Otago RC Dunedin Guineas and just under $140,000 in prize money. She is a daughter of the Encosta De Lago mare Ginger Nut Coup and comes from a strong international family which includes G1 winners Light Jig and Seek Again.

To view both mare's details including their pedigrees, click on the Dry / Maiden Mare link above.


13/4/17- Tivaci Wins Group 1 All Aged Stakes

After an unlucky fifth in the Newmarket Handicap and an excellent fourth in the T J Smith, Tivaci secured his maiden Group 1 win in the All Aged Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.

After settling at the tail of the field for jockey Damien Oliver, the Michael Maroney trained Tivaci was taken to the outside of the field on the home turn and displayed his customary finishing burst swamping his rivals to win by a neck.

In the process he defeated six individual Group 1 winners including high class gallopers Le Romain and English. Tivaci is arguably High Chaparral's fastest sons and will soon stand his first season at Waikato Stud in New Zealand.

Tivaci's dam Breccia (pictured) is by champion stallion Fastnet Rock and is a three quarter sister to Group 1 winner Allez Wonder and is a half sister to Group 3 winner Pretty Pins. Bell View Park will be offering Breccia for sale at the upcoming Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale in foal to the exciting young sprinting stallion Brazen Beau.

To view Breccia's pedigree click on the link below.


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6/4/17 - Where There's Smoke There's Fire!

Progressive three year old Starlot (Star Witness / Pearl of the Sea) ran an impressive second in Hong Kong overnight. Two year old colt Mujaafy (Star Witness / Pearl of the Sea) was purchased by Shadwell Stud at the 2016 Easter Yearling Sale for $210,000 and is in training with the Hayes / Dabernig stable. Happy with their 2016 purchase, Shadwell Stud back up to buy the yearling filly full sister (pictured) for $250,000 at this year's Easter Yearling Sale.

Stakes winning two year old Pearl Star (Star Witness / Pearl of the Sea) will be offered for sale by Bell View Park at this year's Magic Millions National Sale in foal to the outstanding young stallion I am Invincible.

Click on the link below to view Pearl Star's pedigree.


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27/3/17 - Full Brother To Calusa Wins Stylishly On Debut

The Peter and Paul Snowden trained High Chaparral gelding California Archer (pictured) recorded a dominant debut win at Newcastle on Saturday. California Archer displayed excellent speed to lead all the way in the 1200m event to win by a very comfortable 3.55 lengths. He also recorded the fastest time for the five races that were run over the 1200m distance on the program. After the race trainer Paul Snowden commented "He's a lovely animal going places and that was a dominant win".

A $420,000 Easter Yearling Sale purchase, California Archer is a full brother to Bell View Park's mare Calusa. Calusa is out of the superbly bred mare Sarasota, a full sister to champion stallion Fastnet Rock. Calusa is in foal to the outstanding racehorse and exciting young stallion Shooting To Win. Calusa will be offered for sale at the upcoming Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale.

To view Calusa's pedigree, click on the link below. To watch California Archer's win, click on the more information link below and scroll down to race 5.


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20/2/17 - Elouera Breaks Her Maiden

After several unlucky placings, Eloeura (Picture as a Yearling) finally broke her maiden at Goulburn on Saturday for trainer Robert Price and owners Bell View Park, Sascha Chandler and Michael Vimpany.

After jumping in front for jockey Grant Buckley, she was eased to sit just behind the leader in the run. Entering the straight Grant was able to get her to the outside of the leader where she finished the race off well to win by a comfortable 1.3 lengths. Now that her maiden win is out of the way there should be more wins in store for Elouera.

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 2009 G1 Queensland Breeder's Winter Stakes. 

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


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3/2/17 - Bell View Park Purchases Frankel Filly

Bell View Park has purchased the Frankel filly Dream in Colour (Pictured at the Tatersalls sale complex at Newmarket) who is from the outstanding speed family of successful stallions Snippets and Not A Single Doubt. 

Dream in Colour is a daughter of G3 SAJC Breeders stakes winning More than Ready mare Colour. Colour was purchased by Darley from the draft of Segenhoe Stud at the 2008 Inglis Broodmare sale for $1,600,000. Dream in Colour has a 2yo half sister by the great stallion Dubawi still to race as well as a yearling half brother Shamardal. Colour is due to foal again to Dubawi in the coming months and is booked to visit Dark Angel.

Dream In Colour is an attractive, well grown, good bodied filly and will be an excellent addition to Bell View Park's draft of mares which will be mated during the 2017 breeding season.

Click on the links below to view her pedigree and a short video of her being paraded at the Tatersalls sale complex.


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30/1/17 - Tiviaci Wins Third Stakes Race

The Mike Maroney trained entire Tivaci (pictured as a yearling) won the listed Kensington Stakes first up at Flemington on Saturday. Already a dual G3 winner, this result took Tivaci's race record to 18 starts for 5 wins and 5 placings and just under $500,000 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 the 2016 Magic Millions National Weanling Sale for $180,000. He has been entered for sale as lot 64 in this year's Inglis Easter Yearling Sale.

Breccia will be sold later this year in foal to I am Invincible's exciting son, Brazen Beau. To view Breccia's pedigree, click on the link below.



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16/01/17 - Bell View Park Purchases Kennocha

Bell View Park has purchased the 5 time metropolitan winning Lonhro mare Kennocha.

Kennocha was a very consistent galloper winning 5 races and placing a further 4 times in 15 career starts, earning just over $145,000 in prize money. She also displayed excellent speed in her races, winning four times over 1000m.

Kennocha is a full sister to the G3 winning mare Celts who has stock to race by Street Cry, Medaglia D'Oro and Helmet. She is also from the family of G1 winner Warned and the outstanding sprinter Show County.

Clink on the link to view Kennocha's pedigree.


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10/1/17 - Bell View Park Purchases Vive La Difference

Bell View Park has purchased the Group 2 placed Choisir mare Vive Le Difference (Pictured). 

Vive La Difference won 3 races including 2 metropolitan races. She ran 3rd in the G2 ARC Championship Stakes as well as running 4th in the WRC Desert Gold Stakes at G3 level.

Vive La Difference comes from the great family of Denise's Joy and is also a half brother to the talented galloper The Justice League, a G2 winning son of I am Invincible. The Justice League won his last start and is being set for future stakes races.

Click on the link below to view her pedigree.





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14/12/16 - Breeding Season Complete At Bell View Park

Bell View Park has had a very successful breeding season with 24 of 27 mares bred testing in foal. All 24 pregnant mares will be carefully prepared for the 2017 broodmare sales. 

Of these 24 well related mares,  3 are stakes winners, 7 are stakes placed and 5 are half sisters or daughters of G1 winners. One of which is the dam of a current dual G3 winner and multiple G1 placed horse. 

These mares have been carefully mated to highly commercial stallions that suit both physically and genetically. The mares are in foal to proven stallions such as Written Tycoon, More Than Ready, I am Invincible and Teofilo as well as promising young stallions such as So You Think, Zoustar, Shooting To Win, Wandjina, Dissident, Brazen Beau, Hallowed Crown, Deep Field and Rubick. Exciting first season stallions such as Vancouver, Pride of Dubai and Exosphere have also been utilised.

To view the full list of mares that will be offered for sale in 2017, click on the "Mare Sale" section of this website.

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12/12/16 - Another Stakes Win For Cavaloce

The Will Clarken trained Testa Rossa mare Cavaloce (Pictured) won her second stakes race for Bell View Park on Saturday. After winning the listed 1200m Durbridge Stakes at Morphetville, Cavaloce ran excellent closing 6th in the G3 1400m Maybe Mahal stakes at Flemington on Melbourne Cup day. 

Having her third start for Bell View Park on Saturday in the Listed City Marion Stakes, Cavaloce was slowly away and settled a clear last for jockey Todd Pannel. Coming to the turn Cavaloce was pulled out to the centre of the track and sprinted home powerfully to win the 1200m event by a head.

Cavaloce has now won 8 of her 25 career starts and just over $280,000 in prize money. She is now likely to head to the G3 1200m Standish Handicap run down the 1200m Flemington straight on new year's day.

To view a replay of Cavaloce's win and her pedigree, click on the links below.


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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.

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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.


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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.



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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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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.


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