Trapeze Artist Busiest First Season Sire of 2019
A four time Group I winner by champion sire Snitzel, Trapeze Artist was the busiest first season sire in Australia in 2019 covering 180 mares at Widden Stud last spring.
Advertised at $88,000, Trapeze Artist was the most expensive first season sire and has also proven the most popular.
His book included stakes-winners: G1 winners Sheidel, Eskimo Queen, Nicoletta, Yosei, G2 winners Sedanzer, Ballybleu, Blueberry Hill, Tenley, Samara Dancer, Spirits Dance, Timbourina, G3 winners Crack the Code, Deer Valley, Eloping, Fuddle Dee Duddle, Kiss Bang Love, Prom Queen, Wowee, Zelady’s Night Out, Listed winners Affable, Another Coup, Astor, Charm’s Honour, Come Fly With Me, Custard, Dowager Queen, Eramor, Espurante, Gai’s Choice, Happy Hippy, Hidden Jewel, Hot Dipped, I Got Chills, I Like It Easy, Risk Aversion, Shigeru Sendan, Steal My Kisses and Whisper Bay
Also the dams of stakes-winners: G1 winner Mrs Onassis, G2 winners Attention, Derryn, Dreamforce, Longport, Miss Rose de Lago, Torio’s Quest, Mahuta, G3 winners Fifth Avenue Lady, Miss Judgement, Quick Thinker, Think Bleue, Enbihaar, Serene Majesty, Sylvia’s Mother, Decircles, Brugal Reward, I’m all the Talk, Listed winners, Aussies Love Sport, Curdled, Sebring Sally, Jennifer Lynn, Persuader, Zamzam, Anjana, I Like It Easy, Golden Sixty, Run for Wilson, Palazzo Publicco, Precious Memories, Bippo No Bungus, Accession, Havasay, Anlon, Straturbo and Indian Thunder.