Australian Standardbred Breeder's Association Inc.

NORTH AMERICA HAS A STRONG LIST OF FIRST-SEASON SIRES.

Book Full signs are up on the stable doors of Huntsville (Somebeachsomewhere), Monte Miki (Always B Miki) they join Sweet Lou and 2021 Little Brown Jug champion Lou’s Pearlman in the USA.

Lou’s Pearlman a son of Sweet Lou was North America’s fastest 2- and 3-year-old pacing colt of his respective freshman and sophomore seasons,

While freshman stallions in North America are Tattoo Artist (Hes Watching) 1:47.2, Winbak’s Beach Glass (Somebeachsomewhere) 1:47.2, Lawless Shadow (Shadow Play) 1:48.2, Nutcracker Sweet (Bettors Delight) 1:50.1,Cannibal 1:48.1 (Sweet Lou) and Confederate 1:46.1 (Sweet Lou).

Adios Pace Cannibal

NEVER ENDING SET FOR EUREKA

The Eureka might be 7 plus months away but we already have a nomination with West Australian star four-year-old Never Ending being locked into Rob Watson’s Soho Standardbreds slot.

Never Ending by Sweet Lou out of Endless Journey, a Die Laughing mare, was bred by Steve Johnson, who has a half-brother by Capt. Midnight in the APG Perth Sale on March 3.

WHO IS WESLEY?

We all heard and read about colonial like The Storm Inside and Poster Boy having success as first season sires, well at Bunbury on the weekend another first season stallion sired his first winner from his first starter that sire is WESLEY.

Iseeubaby gave Wesley, who has just six live foals in his first crop, his first winner.

Wesley a son of Sportswritter, won the Group 2 Champagne Classic as a two-year-old and retired with 15 wins and took a mile rate of 1.55.2.

MISS PAPENHUZEN TAKES THE FIRST HEAT OF GEORGE JOHNSON.

One of Tasmania’s feature mares races George Johnson has been won by some top-class mares over the years the likes of Jane Ellen, Make Mine Cullen, Lombo Adreamin, Queen Carey, and Innocent Eyes to name a few. This year’s edition is to be run on March 2 at Hobart’s Elwick circuit on Friday the first heat was taken out by Sweet Lou mare Miss Papenhuyzen (pictured above after winning the Leigh Plunkett) in dominant fashion for Rohan Hillier.

Miss Papenhuzen was named after Melbourne Storm (NRL) champion full back Ryan Papenhuzen, who has already claimed feature races Evius Final, 2yo Blue Bonnet, Alabar Leigh Plunkett, and the North East Cup at Scottsdale and looks a main chance to add the George Johnson to her list of Tasmanian feature races to her resume.

Episode 2 featuring interview with John Curtin from JC International Bloodstock & Harnesslink