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*** Cracking Colt by Undefeated Champion 2YO and 3 time G1 winner - HUSSON ***

A son of eight time Champion...

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Guineas the goal for Gredington

Gredington earned a shot at spring riches with a...

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***NEW***LEASE shares in impressive filly by son of FASTNET ROCK - THEROCK

THEROCK is by Champion 3YO and Champion Sprinter in...

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STRYKER Colt to be trained by new Partnership at magnificent Nine Dragons (formerly Riverend Park) - 30% remaining

CLANBROOKE RACING Strapping Colt by exciting Second...

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Another Inglis Vobis Gold purchase - a Bel Esprit Filly under $1500! - 40% remaining

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Clanbrooke Racing Garners Owners Award

Members of the Thoroughbred Club of Australia, an association of owners throughout Australia, came together recently to celebrate the end of the 2014-145 racing season and to announce the winner of the 'Thoroughbred Club of Australia Owner of the Year Award'. That honour went to syndicator Clanbrooke Racing, headed by Dean Humphries, who will be presented with his award at a Caulfield Cup Day luncheon on-course. The award is based on each member nominating a stable of four of their horses with points accrued based on results throughout the year. Notwithstanding the achievements of their four nominated horses, statistics reveal that Clanbrooke's winning strike rate, from their entire stable, was better than every trainer in Victoria, bar one – Ciaron Maher (19.76%). During the past racing season, Clanbrooke Racing achieved an amazing strike rate with 18.7% winners and 39.6% placegetters from a total of 139 runners. Clanbrooke Racing, whose yearling purchase prices average around $30,000, rose to national prominence with $22,500 yearling buy Arapaho Miss. The daughter of Danehill Dancer won the Gr1 VRC Oaks, earning her syndicate over $710,000 in prizemoney before being sold for $600,000 as a broodmare. (courtesy Breeding&Racing Friday, 28th August 2015)

HUSSON 3YO Colt - trained by Darren Weir - only $2000 - 30% Remaining

Our HUSSON Colt is now ready to commence work with trainer Darren Weir. With only 30% remaining and only $2000 per share, what are you waiting for?


Foreplay now a major bushfire.

Following on from the Flemington win of Jalan Jalan last week at Flemington, Saturday saw another Foreplay win in the city this week at Caulfield. Just For Starters, from a Red Ransom mare, won first-up after 11 months and now boasts two city wins from only four starts. This again demonstrates how this stallion can upgrade his mares.

He is a regally bred son of Danehill out of super producer Procrastinate (Jade Hunter), from the stallion making family of Centaine and a half brother to Stakes Winners, Laisserfaire, Time Thief, A Time for Julia, Personify.

One of the top 3YO colts of his generation, running third behind the champions Alinghi and Fastnet Rock in Australian's premier sprint handicap, the Group 1 Newmarket Handicap (1200m) at Flemington, he boasts the fantastic winners to runners strike rate of 66%
From limited runners to date Foreplay has sired 4 individual Group winners headed by million dollar earner Decision Time, runner up in the Group 1 Golden Slipper and recent Hong Kong Group 3 winning sprinter Rad.

Look at the Horse Shares Tab above to see the beautiful Foreplay we purchases at this year's Premier Sale to be trained at Denouston Park, Mornington by Jason Warren.


Foreplay is burning.

Foreplay has had a very big Autumn and Winter and has topped off the season with a very smart City winner last Saturday at Flemington. The Colin Little trained Jalan Jalan raced to a 3L victory against the Fillies and earned herself a shot at Black Type in the new season.  The win was one of most impressive on the Fillies ranks for the season and highlights the attributes of this under-rated and under-used stallion. Clanbrooke has a fantastic looking Foreplay colt for syndication - check him out on the Horses for sale page.


Thinking of buying a share - try these facts ....

We have talked in the past on this page about their being no need to spend a lot of money in the hope of getting that next good horse. Each year, Clanbrooke has been able find that elusive horse to give us fun without it costing the national debt. We are always on the lookout for VALUE FOR MONEY. Look at the list below and you will see a number of current horses in our stable that represent great buying value. And in addition, we would challenge any Training establishment or Syndicator for that matter to better our numbers for this racing year -

Winners to Runners -         20%

Placegetters to Runners -  40%

As they say in the Classics - the numbers don't lie !!

EMISSION            Cost $10000   3 Times G1 Placed, G2 & G3Winner
ARAPAHO MISS  Cost $22500   G1 winner VRC Crown Oaks ($1m)
SAHARA NIGHT   Cost $4500    7 Wins and $117k prizemoney

LIBERTY LEAD    Cost $50000   SW of Tas. Derby and P/M $98k
PURRPUSSFUL   Cost $10000   3 Starts for 1 win and $17k P/M
KAREEMING        Cost $5500     6 wins and $197k P/M

REARVIEW          Cost $16000   3 wins and $49k P/M
GREDINGTON     Cost $22000   6 starts Black Type  and $104k P/M
NORTHKAPE       Cost $5500     2 starts for 1 win and $76K P/M
ALLANTHUS        Cost $20000   Stakes Placed and $209k P/M

That's PRIZEMONEY OF $2127k for an OUTLAY of $176k - 12 TIMES THE PURCHASE PRICE.



Northkape provides immediate return

A $5000 yearling, Northkape delivered an immediate return on investment to her owners with a dominant debut victory in the Inglis VOBIS Gold Plate at Cranbourne on Sunday.

Trainer Robbie Griffiths targeted the feature, which carried a $100,000 purse and $30,000 in Super VOBIS bonuses, with the speedy filly and she played her part to perfection.

Jockey Craig Newitt went straight to the front once the barriers opened and Northcape ($9) really kicked clear in the straight, beating For a Song ($9) by two-and-a-quarter lengths.

The win delighted a big band of owners, who were making plenty of noise on course.

“There’s a big team here and they’re very excited – I think there’s almost a few tears there,” stable representative Jade Matthews said.

“It’s such an incentive the Inglis bonuses. They’ve got a cheap buy out of it and won a $100,000 race.

“Most of these guys are doing it for the fun of it, not the money, so this is fantastic for them.”

Northkape, who was purchased at last year’s Inglis VOBIS Gold Yearling Sale, won a recent trial which suggested she was going to be competitive in this event.

“She’s a professional – she’s done the job in her trials at home,” Matthews said.

“We didn’t quite expect her to be that strong on raceday but she’s always been very professional.

“Craig gave her a perfect ride.”

Newitt thinks there are a few more wins in Northkape as she continues to develop.

“She’s probably the smallest horse in the race by a long way – there’s not much of her but she’s got a motor,” he said.

“She’s got a lot of upside to her.”

(Courtesy of

And the Beat Goes On ... And On for Kareeming

We thought it was great to win a city race at Caulfield with the very genuine Kareeming, but then to follow up a fortnight later and win again at Moonee Valley has sent a lot of our Members into raptures. At MV, Kareeming jumped up to 2500m for the
 first time and to make it even harder, started from the outside gate. Patrick Maloney took him across the field after a lovely getaway and he settled nicely behind the leaders before letting down to win narrowly but comfortably.


These two city wins at 2000m and 2500m certainly open a whole new world for the horse over the next couple of seasons. Apart from the obvious races at the top levels, there is a myriad of options now for him at just below G1 or G2 level - and most for very good prizemoney.

It also goes to further emphasise what we have said before on the website - you don't need to spend a fortune to have a chance at getting a good horse. Clanbrooke has built its reputation on securing horses at reasonable prices and Kareeming is now another to prove that point.

Already many of the Kareeming owners have moved to take up shares in the Toorak Toff Colt also to be trained by Pat Carey. In fact as of today only 20% remains so be quick if you want to join the fun.


See Clanbrooke's Archived Stable - and where they are now

Horse Date Race Track Fields/Form


Gredington Oct 10, 2015 2 Caulfield Field
Gredington Oct 17, 2015 1 Caulfield Field


Mapping Sep 6, 2015 3 Ballarat Field
Mapping Sep 9, 2015 3 Seymour Field


Mapping Sep 6, 2015 4 Ballarat Field/Form

Recent Winners

Horse Date Race Weight Margin Jockey
Gredington Jul 12, 2015 1 - Warrnambool 59.00 0.1 Ms J Beriman
Rearview Jul 7, 2015 5 - Geelong Synthetic 60.00 0.1 M J Allen
Northkape Jun 21, 2015 4 - Cranbourne 56 2.3 C Newitt
Kareeming May 30, 2015 8 - Moonee Valley 55.00 0.1 Patrick Moloney
Bitten May 19, 2015 4 - Geelong Synthetic 58.5 0.2 Ryan Maloney
Autograph May 17, 2015 4 - Kilmore 56.50 3.8 D W Stackhouse
Kareeming May 16, 2015 7 - Caulfield 53.00 1.8 Patrick Moloney
Purrpussful Apr 21, 2015 4 - Mornington 56 2.0 Patrick Moloney
Samuelsson Mar 31, 2015 8 - Warrnambool 58.00 0.2 J Mott
Sahara Night Mar 22, 2015 5 - Kyneton 55.5 1.5 Jason Collins

Latest Results

Horse Finished Date Race Weight Margin Jockey
Just Leave 7 Sep 4, 2015 3 - Bendigo 58.00 7.4 Ms A Masters
Rearview 7 Aug 28, 2015 6 - Geelong Synthetic 59 7.7 J Mott
Forever Alone 9 Aug 27, 2015 4 - Ballarat 58.50 3.5 C Newitt
Kareeming 2 Aug 22, 2015 9 - Moonee Valley 54 0.1 Patrick Moloney
Mapping 6 Aug 22, 2015 4 - Moe 56 5.1 B Werner
Just Leave 5 Aug 21, 2015 4 - Wagga 54.00 6.1 Ms A Masters
Forever Alone 9 Aug 13, 2015 7 - Sale 59.00 3.0 Alan Creighton
Just Leave 7 Aug 11, 2015 3 - Wagga 54 2.5 Ms A Masters
Gredington 7 Aug 8, 2015 1 - Flemington 60.00 6.1 Ryan Maloney
Kareeming 3 Aug 1, 2015 9 - Moonee Valley 55.50 1.2 Damian Lane

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