Cluster Climbs Australia’s 1st Season Sire Ranks

Cluster Climbs Australia’s 1st Season Sire Ranks

With only 2 runners to have graced the track so far Larneuk based Cluster (Fastnet Rock) continues to climb the 1st Season Sire Tables in Australia.

Next month a new round of Cluster progeny will hit the track and they have proven to be impressive at the recent trials.

Cluster now sits 10th on the Australian 1st Season Sires list.

Cluster was lightning quick: finishing second in the Group Three San Domenico in his first run at three, he was a neck third in the Group Two Stutt Stakes and capped off his career with a brilliant victory in the Group Two Theo Marks Stakes. Better still, the acorn hasn’t fallen far from the tree as he is really ‘stamping’ his progeny, as evidenced by the first of his yearlings selling up to $72,000 at 2018 yearling sales – 12 times service fee.

In Melbourne Ben Brisbourne gave the Cluster x Angel of Capri a Jump Out in Bendigo.

Those yearlings ended up in the good stables too: Greg Eurell, Henry Dwyer, Bryan Guy, Terry Evans, Ben Brisbourne etc etc. … and you can rest assured they’ll be targeting eligible races such as the $1 million VOBIS Sires ‘The Showdown’ at Caulfield next year, or the many millions on offer for other VOBIS races. Cluster stands this season at a fee of just $6,600 inc. GST.

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