LANERCOST

 

LANERCOST NZ 1:52.5 (Courage Under Fire-Lanoch-New York Motoring) $506,324

A multiple Group One winning son of a multiple Group One winner.

  • The richest entire son of champion racehorse and sire, Courage Under Fire
  • Dam left 9 winners, 7 in 2:00, 3 in 1:55
  • 45 starts – 29 wins, 9 placings
  • Won 3 Group One features, including a remarkable win in $200,000 Chariots Of Fire
  • Blinding gate speed and withering finish – ran several sub- 26s final quarters
  • Stands 16 hands – “a magnificent type with frightening speed,” – trainer Darrel Graham
  • Wins include 2YO – heat and semi-final Australasian Breeders’ Crown, heat Kevin Seymour Nursery Pace;
    3YO – Australian Derby (Group One), Tasmanian Derby (Group One), Caduceus Club Cup, heat Victoria Derby;
    4YO – Chariots Of Fire (Group One, last 1/2 54.2s, 1/4 26.5s),
    Queensland 4YO Championship, heat Australasian Breeders’ Crown; 5YO – Queensland Christmas Cup

LANERCOST 1:52.5; $506,324 has been an instant success at stud, with his first crop racing as two-year-olds in the 2016-’17 season.
The first starter by LANERCOST was the winner Mighty Montana in 1:59.5 on debut at Albion Park on March 7 2017.

Courage Under Fire, the sire of LANERCOST, was a champion racehorse and sire, a multiple Group One winner of $1.485million, now a sub-1:50 sire and sire of multiple Group One winner Smolda ($2.407million) and many $100,000+ earners and 18 winners in 1:52 or better.

Lanoch, the dam of LANERCOST, won in 2:01.1 and has been an outstanding progenitor, as the dam of nine winners, seven inside 2:00, of a combined 97 races and more than $1million, as well as being the grand-dam of Our Missionary Man (1:53.5; $103,579) and Rays Choice (1:56.7).

2018 SERVICE FEE – $1650 (including GST)

Courage Under Fire
1995
In The Pocket
1987
Direct Scooter – 1976
Black Jade – 1974
Advance Debra
1987
Vance Hanover – 1975
Deborah Dundee – 1977
Lanoch
1994
New York Motoring
1978
Most Happy Fella –
1967 – 1:55.0TT
Peaches n Cream – 1967
Heathland
1986
Vance Hanover – 1975
Cotswold – 1977

All prizemoney and times current to April 21 2017.