Bred To Win

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Caroline Searcy’s popular Bred To Win will run weekly in TDN AusNZ. The show will include stallion profiles, features on leading industry figures, previews and reviews of all of the big bloodstock auctions, expert Q&As and more.

This week’s episode

Week of October 11, 2021

This week's episode of Bred To Win Harry Bailey previews the Inglis Ready 2 Race Sale coming up on October 26 at Riverside in Sydney including many of the fastest breeze-ups plus information on the vendors for the sale and more.

Caroline also speaks to Arrowfield Studs' Stud Manager, Matt Hill about how Profondo was a Group 1 winner in the same colours as Castelvecchio and we look back at the deeds of the dual Group 1 winner by Dundeel as we profile some of his first foals at Arrowfield Stud.

Earlier episodes

Week of October 4, 2021

This week's episode of Bred To Win presents an extended feature updating the great success at stud of 10-time Group 1 winner So You Think (NZ). Rarely before seen footage of the star in work from Ireland plus his recent stars of the track.

Arrowfield Stud's 'the horse who made you love racing' features Gus Lamont from Kooringal Stud about an Ingham-owned filly.

Week of September 27, 2021

This week's episode of Bred To Win presents Inglis Ready2Race news and an update on the 2021 breeze-ups with Harry Bailey.

Caroline also speaks to Paul Messara on Japanese star Admire Mars (Jpn), new to Arrowfield Stud in 2021.

Arrowfield Stud's 'the horse who made you love racing' features Kitchwin Hills' Mick Malone.

Week of September 20, 2021

This week's episode of Bred To Win presents a profile on dual Group 1 winner Hello Youmzain (Fr), by Danehill's (USA) star son Kodiac (GB), starting the new season this month at New Zealand's Cambridge Stud. Caroline also has a catch up with Scott Calder about Almanzor (Fr) and Embellish (NZ) and see the latest on-track successes from this historic farm now owned by Brendan and Jo Lindsay.

Arrowfield Stud's 'the horse who made you love racing' features Arrowfield Stud's Sal Gordon with a great personal story about Desert War (Desert King {Ire}).

Week of September 13, 2021

This week's episode of Bred To Win presents a profile on first-season stallion Graff at Kitchwin Hills and a look at his barn mate Sooboog after a great first year of runners on the track.

Caroline also runs through a G1 Goldmine analysis of Sooboog's sire Snitzel and his sire sons throw up some fascinating Group 1 nicks!

Arrowfield Stud's 'the horse who made you love racing' features photographer Bronwen Healy and a photogenic great of the early 80s that fuelled her passion for photographing current champions of the turf.

Week of September 6, 2021

This week's episode of Bred To Win presents a profile on Black Caviar (Bel Esprit) expecting her seventh foal as her daughter Invincible Caviar (I Am Invincible) heads for stakes company.

Caroline also speaks to Mick Sharkie about Fierce Impact (Jpn), a three-time Group 1-winning son of Deep Impact (Jpn) at Victoria's Leneva Park.

Arrowfield Stud's 'the horse who made you love racing' features Randwick Bloodstock's Brett Howard.

Week of August 30, 2021

This week's episode of Bred To Win presents a profile on Yulong Farm's first Group 1 winner, the statuesque son of Lope De Vega (Ire), Lucky Vega (Ire).

Caroline also speaks to Matthew Ennis who explains the statistics behind G1 Goldmine's analysis of stallion matches and breeding influences.

Arrowfield Stud's 'the horse who made you love racing' features Widden Victoria's Phil Marshall with a son of the great Dancing Brave (USA).

Week of August 23, 2021

This week's episode of Bred To Win presents a profile on Kingstar Farm's new sire Time To Reign, a Silver Slipper-winning grandson of Snitzel and half-brother to Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign (Manhattan Rain).

Caroline also speaks to Widden Stud's Phil Marshall about the new Victorian base with Russian Camelot (Ire) and Doubtland new in 2021.

Arrowfield Stud's 'the horse who made you love racing' features Leneva Park's Mick Sharkie with a great story about Mahogany (Last Tycoon {Ire}).

Week of August 16, 2021

This week's episode of Bred To Win presents a profile on Widden Stud's Not A Single Doubt speed machine, Anders. Antony Thompson gives an update on Zousain who is expecting his first foals and also Trapeze Artist and Written By whose yearlings will be set for sale in 2022.

Caroline also speaks to Swettenham Stud's, Adam Sangster about Rubick, the sire of The Everest winner Yes Yes Yes, who also gives an insight on I Am Immortal whose first foals arrive this season.

Arrowfield Stud's 'the horse who made you love racing' features Darby Racing's Scott Darby with a great Golden Slipper tale.

Week of August 9, 2021

This week's episode of Bred To Win presents a profile on Caulfield Guineas and Golden Rose winner Ole Kirk at Vinery Stud which also includes his barnmates, All Too Hard, along with three Group 1 winners Exceedance, Headwater and Star Turn.

Caroline also speaks to Rosemont Stud’s, Anthony Mithen as he welcomes star 2-year-old Hanseatic and he also provides an update on Shamus Award, Strasbourg, Nostradamus and Starcraft (NZ).

Arrowfield Stud's 'the horse who made you love racing' features G1 Goldmine’s Matthew Ennis, and how a share in a racehorse led to a career in the breeding industry.

Week of August 2, 2021

Bred To Win returns for the Australasian spring season in 2021!

This week's episode of Bred To Win features Aushorse 'news of the week' which includes the final major sires' lists for the 2020/21 season.

Caroline speaks to Coolmore Stud's Tom Moore about their new dual Group 1-winning 2-year-old by Redoute's Choice, King's Legacy along with a G1 Goldmine analysis of the top nicks that have worked with his Champion sire.

Caroline also speaks to Yulong Farm's Troy Stephens on their Blue Diamond winner, Tagaloa, as he joins their burgeoning roster that includes Champion Australian Sire Written Tycoon. Arrowfield Stud's 'the horse who made you love racing' features Vinery Stud's Adam White and a great personal story about one of the all-time greats.

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