Sunday, January 3, 2010



There is so much upside to this pedigree, both from a racing and residual perspective.
Firstly, it’s rare to find a page with only two dams on it and rarer still when the first dam takes up three quarters of the space.
Secondly, the filly’s sire, Elusive Quality, is a proven producer of quality fillies with his best performer in Australia being the Group One winning juvenile Camarilla, while his last four stakes winners have all been female.
But most importantly, since the Gold Coast Magic Millions catalogue was produced in November there have been significant updates.
Since retiring to stud with nine victories – and multiple stakes wins – Timeless Winds has gone on to produce eight winners from eight to race (another plus!), including stakes winner Dance The Waves, stakes placegetter Restless Wind and city winners Thunder Time, Sudden Time, Top Top Light, Elmsford and Sincengarni.
In the catalogue, Group winning sprinter Dance The Waves has six wins: it’s now seven following a win over 1000m at Eagle Farm; Sudden Time has also now won seven (not five) in South Africa with over $50,000 in stakes and; Sincengarni has gone from promising city placed 2YO last season to emphatic winner at Flemington on 12 December.
A fantastic breeder who has only had two slips since retiring to stud in 1997, Timeless Winds is currently in foal to Group One winning sprinter, Magnus.

For a video and full pedigree information, click here.

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