News About Ouqba

 

Thisaway put everything together at Ascot Racecourse on Good Friday

Punting Form race reports: Wednesday 11 April

Thisaway is vying with Invisible Pro for Heineken Handicap fixed odds favouritism with TABtouch but, according to the Punting Form race report on Wednesday's fourth event at Ascot Racecourse, there is a good case for the former.

Having run superb late sectionals in the opening two races of his career, Thisaway put everything together at Ascot Racecourse on Good Friday, settling in midfield from his first decent gate before steaming down the straight to take out the Get The TABtouch Maiden. Punting Form rates Thisaway's performance on the public holiday more than four lengths superior than anything that his Wednesday rivals have done and he did it over Wednesday's course and distance of 1,400 metres.

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The Youngsters are Growing Up
And They're Off and Racing

Ouqba’s first crop have hit the track.  With Vigneto  (x Lonicera (AUS) 2000) and Gold Juel (out of Glazing Honey (AUS) 2007)  placed at early trials.

Ouqba’s Heytesbury Stud bred 1st crop have been taken on by WA leading trainers Trevor Andrews, Dan Morton and Dion Luciani who are very pleased with the youngsters progress.

Vigneto (Ouqba  -  Lonicera by Chanteclair by Haulpak) trialled early January and placed a very strong second.

Vigneto placed a strong 2nd.

A promising start with more to come.

Heytesbury Stud Proudly Presents
Ouqba's First Crop Weanlings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These weanlings have very good conformation and good temperament.

Other owners have also expressed their delight with how well their Ouqba weanlings are developing.

 

We now look forward to a positive and exciting 2015 breeding season for Ouqba.

 

 

TABform 01/07/2015

 

Leading bloodstock agent John Chalmers had been

impressed by the first crop of Ouqba, who will be yearlings

next month.

 

Ouqba (Red Ransom-Dancing Mirage, Machiavellian) won the

Listed Newmarket European Handicap (1400m) by 2 3/4 lengths

beating Art Connoisseur, who later won the Group 1 Golden Jubilee

Stakes at Royal Ascot.

 

Chalmers negociated the deal for Paul Holmes a Court to secure

Ouqba for Heytesbury Stud.

"I simply cannot be more impressed with what Ouqba has produced",

Chalmer said.

 

"His weanlings have great strength, are strong quartered youngsters

with good length of body and exceptionally correct. They are two year

old types which should train on. It is difficult to see such a good class

of European sprinter-miler, bred the way he is, failing to make an impression

on WA racetracks."

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

These Ouqba colts have matured into impressive types. The brown colt (left) is from Running Mate (by Lord Dane, Danehill), who has produced Ascot winner Lightning Run. His Grand-dam is Sudden Burst (Serheed) who produced brilliant galloper Mr Tanzania and MM 2yo Classic winner Ravinia.  The colt on the right if from Lonicera, who delivered the Burgess Queen Stakes winner Red Hot Sax. His grand-dam Jungle Vine produced the Karrakatta Plate winner Climb The Vine. the colt is related to Scenic Blast Stakes winner Cool Trade and Broome Time.