LTS $ 270,670

BMR 1:51.2

LPS $ 3,595,945

IN THE POCKET TEST BAN

$1,000

First foals born in the 2002/03 breeding season. 

LTS $ 406,094

BMR 1:57.2

LPS $ 228,476

IN THE POCKET ADVANCE DEBRA

$2,500

Trained by legendary Kiwi horseman Mark Purdon, ADVANCE ATTACK NZ was one of the most outstanding two and three-year-olds of his era in NZ.

He won at his first seven racetrack appearances as a two-year-old highlighted by successes in the $50,000 Welcome Stakes, $30,000 Cardigan Bay Stakes and NZ Sapling Stakes.

ADVANCE ATTACK NZ also captured two $50,000 Sales Graduate Classics and a heat of the NZ Sires Stakes in which he took a two-year-old mark of 1:57.3.

As a two-year-old, he won $142,135 racing against top colts such as Tribute, Badlands Bute and Richard Henry.

As a three-year-old, ADVANCE ATTACK NZ won eight of his 16 starts including the Group 2 NZ Rising Stars Championship, the Group 2 Avon Championship, the Newcastle Guineas, a heat and semi-final of the Breeders Crown and a heat of the NZ Sires Stakes.

To the end of his three-year-old campaign, ADVANCE ATTACK NZ had earned an imposing $263,815 in stake money.

ADVANCE ATTACK NZ later competed with  distinction in open class company in three Australian States, winning the Hamilton Cup twice, Horsham Cup, Wangaratta Cup, and Tasmanian Governor’s Cup.

In all, ADVANCE ATTACK NZ recorded 28 wins and 12 placings from 89 starts for $406,094 in stakes.

LTS $ 2,321,676

BMR 1:53.4

LPS $ 456,564

IN THE POCKET CHAANGERR

$1,650

CHANGEOVER is an 'outcross' sire by the dominant champion In The Pocket.

A young horse, CHANGEOVER started his siring career in New Zealand before being sold for big money to Australian interests, buoyed by the results 'across the ditch.'

Already a sub-1:52 sire, CHANGEOVER has sired 112 individual winners, headed by seven pacers inside the 1:53 mark, with four members of the 'Hundred Grand Club,' including the potential Grand Circuit star, Western Australian-based, New Zealand-bred Run Oneover (1:52.5; $403,093).

CHANGEOVER has proven to be potent with both sexes - one of his fastest performers, Sudden Change (1:52.1) is a mare. Dizzy Miss Lizzy, a dual 2017 two-year-old Group winner in her homeland, New Zealand, overcame a back row draw to win the 2017 $150,000 Group One Diamond Jewels for 2YO Fillies in 1:53.6 - just 0.3s outside the national record.

CHANGEOVER won 29 races from a 2YO through to an aged racehorse. As a three-year-old he won the New Zealand Derby (Group One), and joined other champions of that age when crowned NZ 3YO Pacer of the Year. At four, he won the Noel Taylor Mile (Group One), and as an aged horse he won the New Zealand Cup (Group One) and New South Wales Len Smith Mile (Group One).

In The Pocket TT1:49.6; $1.537million, the sire of CHANGEOVER, won 17 races from 39 starts, and is a champion sire and now sire of sires (Christian Cullen, Courage Under Fire etc). Chaangerr 1:58.7, the dam of CHANGEOVER, is a broodmare gem, being the dam of nine winners, including five in 2:00 and three in 1:54, with progeny including Change Gear 1:53.3; $137,784 and Change Stride 1:53.1; $182,553. Chaangerr’s sire, Vance Hanover, skites a remarkable record as a 'King of Queens.'

LTS $ 10,646

BMR

LPS $ 549,096

IN THE POCKET PLEASANT FRANCO

$800

At 2, second in Sapling Stakes G2, Cardigan Bay G2