Video Update on Dynamic DEEP FIELD Filly with CIARON MAHER Racing

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In Monday’s news items we wrote a story about how Adam Watt from Dynamic Syndications last week went out to see our yearlings going through their third phase of pre-training and education.

Among our magnificent team, one yearling that shone brightly was our DEEP FIELD x ZARINIA (IRE) filly that is to be trained by CIARON MAHER Racing.







Already we are at 85% sold however Adam arranged for a video clip to be taken of the filly in work and then interviewed our horse educator, Australia’s TOP Equestrian rider - SHANE ROSE (multiple times Australian Equestrian Team Olympian) for his views on the filly.

HERE is the VIDEO


DEEP FIELD x ZARINIA Filly May 2020 from Dynamic Syndications on Vimeo.

As we highlight in the webpages about our filly, she boasts one of the Strongest BLACK-TYPE, Highly Commercial Pedigrees in the Australian Stud Book. This ensures that she will be in demand from Commercial breeding operations as a Broodmare when her racing days conclude.

What’s now exciting both Shane and ourselves, is her ongoing physically development.

She has matured so well over the past few months, adding excellent bone and muscle and continues to grow and furnish into a magnificent filly.

Whilst there are never any guarantees in racing, what we can be assured of is that with her magnificent looks matching such a fabulous pedigree, there is minimal downside to a filly like ours which assists greatly in protecting our Owner’s capital investment. Even if she couldn’t perform to expectation on the racetrack, her female pedigree ensures terrific residual value.

However, living the dream, should she be able to emulate the deeds of four (4) of her siblings whom have gone on to earn Stakes Success and add valuable BLACK-TYPE for the pedigree page, and therefore become the fifth sibling to earn Stakes Success, then apart from the prizemoney she would win, the upward value of our filly could well smash through seven figures.

Her female pedigree speaks for itself.

Our owners know how to read a pedigree page however for those readers whom may be new to the racing industry, the more “BLACK-TYPE” on the pedigree page correlates to the higher the commercial value.

BLACK-TYPE refers to the BOLD FONT print on the pedigree page.

In racing there are five (5) race grades that will earn Bold Font. They are in descending order: Group 1 (Gr1), Group 2 (Gr2), Group 3 (Gr3), Listed (L) and Restricted Listed (RL)

When a horse wins a Stakes Race their name forever appears in the female family in Bold UPPERCASE Font with the standard of the race also recorded, for example Gr1 for winning a Group 1 race.

If a horse runs Second or Third in these races, their name appears in Bold Lowercase Font.

Finally, if a horse runs fourth (4th) in these races, their name does not appear in Bold Font however the race is placed on the pedigree page with the grade of the race appearing in Bold Font.

For example, if a horse was to run 4th in Cox Plate, it would appear as 4th MVRC Cox Plate Gr1, with the Gr1 printed in Bold Font.

As a rule, the higher the standard of BLACK-TYPE earned the more valuable the horse.

So, a Gr1 winning mare is worth significantly more than a Listed Winning mare but both mares having their names in BOLD Font are desirable for commercial breeders.

That’s why our filly is so desirable.



She is a half-sister to 6 foals to race for 5 winners including:


IGUGU

IGUGU – a true champion racehorse. She was bred in Australia and exported to South Africa to race. She became a four (4) time Gr1 Winner and was crowned Horse Of The Year in 2011-12.

Three times she earned Champion Racehorse titles in South Africa. Her name appears in BOLD Uppercase along with her Championship titles recorded in Bold Font


HONORIUS

She is followed by HONORIUS. He was a Gr3 Winner and 2 x Gr1, 5 x Gr3 and Listed placed in Australia. His name is in BOLD Uppercase.



NGAGA

Then there was NGAGA who was bred in Australia and exported to South Africa to race. She won a Listed Race and was Gr3 and Listed placed.


SWEET FIRE

Also, Sweet Fire was placed 3rd in a Gr3 race in Australia. Her name appears in BOLD Lowercase.



TARKA

In addition to these exceptionally talented racehorses, there was another daughter named Gayika who was unraced due to injury. She has produced a colt named TARKA that won a Gr2 race and was placed in a Gr3 and ran 4th in a Gr1 in Australia.

Therefore, to buy into this pedigree is as rare as hen’s teeth. Hence why the demand should be significant.

So, it’s not surprising that the breeder of this wonderful filly - KIA ORA Stud who sold her at the sale have bought a 25% interest to race with us, knowing the potential of the upside in commercial value.

Risk verse Reward it is a wise investment strategy.

Fact: YOU NEVER BUY INTO A FILLY LIKE THIS - YOU INVEST !

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5% Shares are $13,775 inc GST and ALL COSTS to 30 September.

NOTE: We are 85% reserved in our filly so with just 3 Shares remaining available, opportunities are going quickly.

Don’t miss out. Contact ADAM at Dynamic Syndications on 02 9540 1511 or 0409 464 378 and have a chat.

Good Luck and Thanks.