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 ]
Posting his fifth consecutive win at Flemington on ANZAC Day was lightly raced Sebring stallion Supido, a $190,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Three Bridges Thoroughbreds draft. Problems such as a severe foot abscess and pharyngitis have limited Supido’s racing career to date, but ability has never been lacking. Prepared by Mick Kent, the exciting […][ Read More ]
Forward Thinking – A notion born out of bold progression, considering not just the present but the future. In 2016, the Widden stallions resemble this exact notion. One of ambition and the exciting possibilities that present themselves. Sebring, the sire of reigning Horse of the Year DISSIDENT in addition to 4x Gr 1 winner & […][ Read More ]
You could have bought classy colt Prized Icon at the 2015 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale. Passing in shy of his $300,000 reserve when consigned for sale by Widden Stud, Prized Icon came out and won the Group I ATC Champagne Stakes at Randwick on Saturday for his breeders Gooree Stud. The James Cummings trained […][ Read More ]
Just days after Widden Stud sold his three-quarter brother by Stratum at the Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale for $600,000, three year-old Redoute’s Choice gelding Intrusion saluted at Newcastle to give his dam Fleeting Touch (USA), the perfect record of four to race all winners. A $600,000 Inglis Easter purchase himself, when purchased by David […][ Read More ]