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Another Gr1 Win by ROMANISED Further Adds to Dynamic SNITZEL Filly Value

30 Aug 19


Dynamic Syndications and our Owners who have already invested in our SNITZEL x FICTIONAL ACCOUNT (IRE) 2YO Filly keep seeing her commercial value going up and up courtesy of the deeds of her brilliant 3/4 Brother-in-Blood ROMANISED, a 4yo Bay Entire after he recently won France’s most prestigious Turf Mile event, the


ROMANISED winning his second Gr1 Race

EUR €1,000,000 (AUD $1,623,380) DEAUVILLE (FRANCE) 1600m PRIX DU HARAS DE FRESNAY-LE-BUFFARD JACQUES LE MAROIS (Gr1). Surface: Turf, Winning Time: 1:35.16, First €571,400, Margin 1.25 Len, Weight 59.5, SP $4.50, Jockey: W J LEE, Trainer: KEN CONDON, Track Direction: Clockwise.

ROMANISED is by HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR (a son of DANEHILL) from ROMANTIC VENTURE.

Race Career: 14 starts: 4 Wins (29%) - 1 Place (36%)


When we purchased our SNITZEL Filly, ROMANISED had won 2 races and earned Black-Type twice: Irish Two Thousand Guineas, Gr.1, 2d Sandown Solario S., Gr.3.

On 9 April when we purchased our SNITZEL filly, ROMANISED pedigree page reference read:

ROMANISED (c Holy Roman Emperor) 2 wins-1 at 2-from 5¾ f to 1m, to 2018, Irish Two Thousand Guineas, Gr.1, 2d Sandown Solario S., Gr.3.

Since 9 April when we purchased our filly, ROMANISED has now added:

A Win of the Deauville Prix Jacques Le Marois, Gr.1,

A Win of the Curragh Minstrel S., Gr.2,

4th Royal Ascot Queen Anne S., Gr.1,

4th Newbury Lockinge S., Gr.1.


His pedigree page padded out now reads as:

ROMANISED (c Holy Roman Emperor) 4 wins-1 at 2-from 1172m to 1600m, £60,595, €918,239, to 2019, Irish Two Thousand Guineas, Gr.1, Deauville Prix Jacques Le Marois, Gr.1, Curragh Minstrel S., Gr.2, 2d Sandown Solario S., Gr.3, 4th Royal Ascot Queen Anne S., Gr.1, Newbury Lockinge S., Gr.1.

Total Prizemoney Won in AUD: $1,591,067    By Country:
France: EUR €600,000
Ireland: EUR €318,239
United Kingdom: GBP £60,595

Winning Distances: 1172m (1), 1408m (1), 1600m (1), 1609m (1)


Question: So why does our SNITZEL 2yo Filly keep becoming more commercially desirable?



Answer: Our Filly is from the Irish Champion Racemare FICTIONAL ACCOUNT (IRE) by STRAVINSKY.


FICTIONAL ACCOUNT is a multiple Stakes Winner from the mare ROMANTIC VENTURE.

ROMANISED is a multiple Gr1 Winner from the mare ROMANTIC VENTURE.

Therefore FICTIONAL ACCOUNT and ROMANISED are siblings.

They are ½ brother – ½ sister being by different Sires from the same Dam.

Our Filly is by SNITZEL – and SNITZEL is a Grandson of DANEHILL.

So in human terms, our Filly’s mother, her half-brother ROMANISED (our filly’s maternal uncle) is by a Danehill line Sire.

Whilst our filly is also by a Danehill line sire.

Genetically, they are very closely related.

This improvement in the pedigree page of our filly (in human terms - maternal uncle) makes our filly extremely desirable worldwide as a broodmare when her racetrack days are completed.

So taking this residual base value, if our filly can value add by wins then earning black-type in stakes races then her commercial value will continue to skyrocket.



After all, our Filly is:

BY A CHAMPION,
FROM A CHAMPION,
FROM A FAMILY OF CHAMPIONS
.



If she lives up to her pedigree page and her looks and can earn black type then her Owners will be well rewarded.

Racing Post’s European Press Report on ROMANISED


Europe has been searching for a leader for its older mile division and in Romanised – who streaked to an impressive success in one of the most reliable indicators in the calendar – it may transpire that the answer was hiding in plain sight.

Adding a Prix du Haras de Fresnay-le-Buffard Jacques le Marois to his Classic success from 15 months ago, Romanised may have done just that, building on an upward trajectory that had been evident in each of his last three starts.

And as no-excuses clean victories go, this was as clear-cut as it gets, as Billy Lee guided the son of Holy Roman Emperor past two pacemakers to stretch away from Shaman, with Line Of Duty in third and Coronation Stakes winner Watch Me fourth.

It is a quirk of the miling calendar that you need a reasonable quotient of stamina at the start of the year before speed becomes the absolute prerequisite from the Sussex Stakes onwards.

Fortunately for trainer Ken Condon and owner Robert Ng that increase in tempo is coinciding with Romanised becoming more and more pacey with time and age.

"We used to see that speed in training but when he won the Guineas he looked like he just outstayed everything else and that he could go a mile and a quarter," said Condon.  "He's just demonstrating that speed we've always seen and they ran 1m22s at the Curragh for the seven furlongs, which is the quickest Minstrel Stakes in 14 years.

Condon added: "I think you'll maybe see him in the Foret or he may go for the Breeders' Cup Mile. If he goes Breeders’ Cup Mile, he may just stay home at Leopardstown on Irish Champions Weekend [for the Boomerang Stakes]."

Paddy Power installed Romanised as a 14-1 chance for Santa Anita, while Condon believes he has a different horse on his hands this year.
"He won the Guineas at a big price and we campaigned him ambitiously because we've always felt he was a very nice horse. After the Guineas last year he went to Ascot and didn’t have a great experience there. This year he seems to be mentally better and more mature, he's an improving horse and you could see it today. It was a very good performance."

Lee said he had expected to have many more horses in front of him than behind him but was always in the perfect position behind Shaman and the two trailblazers.

"My lad’s just getting more uncomplicated with each race and it was a good performance said Lee.


ROMANISED

Dynamic Syndications only have 10% remaining in our SNITZEL Filly to complete the co-ownership in which the astute ARROWFIELD STUD have purchased 10%.

A 5% Share is $12,825 and now appears as cheap as chips



Contact ADAM WATT at Dynamic Syndications urgently to reserve one or both of the final shares in this super filly o 02 9540 1511 or 0409 464 378.


Remember you never "buy" a share in a filly like this – you Invest !


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