All Too Hard progeny making their mark

Jun 29, 2017

Our All Too Hard x L'Amoureuse yearling colt purchased from the Adelaide Magic Millions sale earlier this year has arrived at the stable for his second look at Warwick Farm. 

All Too Hard's progeny have been flying in recent weeks with the stallion producing his first stakes winner in the Segenhoe Stud-owned colt, Curdled, taking his tally of winners to eight.

Our colt is from the More Than Ready mare, L'Amoureuse, a half-sister to stakeswinner Jolie Blonde.  

We have been impressed by the way he has settled in to the stable and he is a smart looking individual. He has been for a couple of canters around the track so far and has been taking it all in his stride.

Here he is after pulling up from a canter around the track on Tuesday morning:

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First Stakes Winner for All Too Hard (BREEDNET.COM.AU)

Segenhoe Thoroughbreds homebred Curdled chose the right spot to break his maiden in Saturday's Listed Winning Edge Stakes (1350m) at Doomben to credit Vinery Stud's All Too Hard with his first stakes-winner.

Placed in four of his previous five starts, Curdled finally had some luck go his way.

Curdled advances his overall record to 1 win, 3 seconds and 1 third from 6 starts with earnings of $88,850.

He is the second stakes winner out of the stakes-winning Lonhro mare Custard.  

Curdled becomes the eighth winner for All Too Hard who has had a profitable seven days after a double with Eclair Sunshine and Hard Ruler seven days ago while Sasso Corbaro ran second at Canterbury and Rocketcod finished second at Pakenham during the week.

The half-brother to Black Caviar stands at a fee of $44,000 at Vinery Stud this spring.

Breednet - Mark Smith 24/06/17 - Full article here