Alabar is pleased to announce its service fees for the 2018/19 breeding season.
Glamour three-year-old, Chase Auckland returned to the stable of Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen on Monday, 11 June. He’s reported to be looking a picture and is ready start work to build towards his four-year-old season.
Anywhere Hugo produced a stunning sprint to win the Group 2 Holmfield at Melton last Friday night.
Heaven Rocks has taken to racing in the US with ease and he has now scored his first win there.
Majorpride became the fourth individual Group 1 winning two year old for Art Major this season when she won the $100,000 Diamond Classic at Gloucester Park last Friday night.
The progeny of Alabar stallions enjoyed a tremendous day out at the Harness Jewels at Cambridge on Saturday.
Pretty Majestic scored the biggest win of her career when taking out the Group 1 Victoria Oaks at Melton last Saturday night.
Alabar stallions sired the winners of two of the three $60,000 Somebeachsomewhere divisions.
We are pleased to announce that Vincent's service fee has been set at $4,950 (incl GST) in Australia and $4,500 (plus GST) in NZ.
Shez All Rock is doing things no other horse has ever done before.
Majestic Son continues to dominate the Southern Hemisphere trotting ranks siring three stakes winners over the past weekend.
Kowhai Sundown became the first winner for his sire Peak when scoring a big win at Addington on Friday night.
On 1 June – the day before the Jewels at Cambridge – Alabar will consign 58 weanlings for sale at the PGG Wrightson All Age Sale at Karaka.
Vincent, the horse that Mark Purdon felt was going to be harness racing’s next absolute superstar, has been purchased by the Alabar and Nevele R studs in partnership.
Miss Streisand produced a sensational effort to fly home and win the Sires Stakes heat for two year old fillies at Alexandra Park.