Nadhima - wins at Werribee

Classy 3Y0 filly Nadhima broke through for her first win recently atr Werribee.  A very unlucky third at her first start, Nadhima was confidently ridden by Dale “Smooth” Smith to score comfortably by a half length, with three lengths to third.

She will now be spelled and brought back for what all her owners hope will be a long and rewarding career.

There was a large group of owners on track to celebrate the win.

Nadhima was a $30,000 purchase at the Magic Millions Horses in Training Sale


Nadhima, a purchase for $30,000 at the Magic Millions Horse In Training sale was a great third on debut last Thursday at Ballarat.

The daughter of Nadeem is trained by Mick Price and ridden by Dale Smith.

After trying to begin too quickly, the filly went down on her knees shortly after the start and had to be picked up by Smith, who then positioned her well for the shortest route home.

She closed fast and was beaten just over a length with only a short half head between her and the second horse.

The race was a significant win for her connections as she has not been a good girl in the gates in the past.

Mick enagaed Robert Waymouth to calm her down and his good work paid off with the filly being perfectly mannered in the gates.


Pacific Bloodstock will export it’s first horse to race in Singapore in 2012.

Sassanid, a recent trial placegetter was purchased from William Inglis and is now in quarantine. He will race under Brian Dean who is looking forward to securing the staying bred son of Al Samer.

Any racing enthusiast looking to race a horse in Singapore at a reasonable price can contact the syndicate office for further details.

Singapore race twice a week and have very healthy prizemoney, as well as handsome betting pools for the armchair punter.


Pacific Bloodstock apart from being a syndicator of race horses, are also involved in the breeding business with some of the “off the track” fillies we have purchased.

Last year a Tale of The Cat from Twin Town made $210,000 at Karaka in New Zealand.  She sells a Stravinsky colt this year.

Step Abart is the first foal from Two Steps Ahead who made his debut in early January.  It is hoped he will emulate his famour relation, Rainbow Quest and be a staying star of the future.

Das Machen, a stakes winning daughter of Flying Spur in safely in foal to Charge Forward.  Her progeny along with the other mares in a our roster, will be sold at sales throughout Australia and New Zealand.

If you would like to be involved in more than a racehorse, something that involves the kids, call us today and ask how you can be involved in breeding a thoroughbred for commercial sale.