Exceed And Excel’s brilliantly fast 2yo. New in 2016.
Foaled, raised or sold by Widden Stud, our record for producing superior athletes is second to none.
Australian speed and Australian toughness is what makes champion sires – it’s a proven recipe for success.
Widden Stud are delighted to offer breeders a royally bred addition to the stallion roster for 2016 in OUTREACH, a Group performing full brother to Golden Slipper winner OVERREACH and three-quarter brother-in-blood to Blue Diamond winner and leading young sire REWARD FOR EFFORT. It’s often said that a horse had ability, but never reached his […][ Read More ]
The equal highest earning BOBS winner for the past season, consistent Sebring four year-old Sir Bacchus returned from his winter spell with a late surging victory at Rosehill on Saturday. Given a beautiful ride by Hugh Bowman, the Chris Waller trained grey was able to overhaul the leaders and win the 1200 metre Benchmark 85 […][ Read More ]
The star of the show at the Widden Stud stallion parades, Sebring featured at the weekend when his classy mare Catch a Fire returned from a spell to win in good style at Moonee Valley and has further stakes goals in her sights. Winner of the Group II MRC Angus Armanasco Stakes back in February, […][ Read More ]
The most expensive yearling by Star Witness in 2015, Star Turn had his turn to shine at Rosehill on Saturday when derailing the return of Golden Slipper winner Capitalist to score a stylish victory in the Group III ATC San Domenico Stakes. Trial watchers had not missed the recent efforts of the Team Hawkes trained […][ Read More ]
John Thompson is coaxing career best from progressive Nicconi mare Nieta, who posted her first metropolitan win at Canterbury on Wednesday. An easy winner at Wyong when resuming from a spell last month, she raised the bar again when dashing clear for an easy victory in the Benchmark 72 event over 1100 metres as favourite. […][ Read More ]