Dandy foals by Dick Turpin

Mungrup Stud shuttler Dick Turpin has just finished his latest book at the English National Stud and staff at the Newmarket property have also been welcoming his second crop of foals.

Dick Turpin won his first four races as an early two year old including the G2 Richmond Stakes at Goodwood.   He returned at three to win the G3 Greenham Stakes and followed up with seconds in the G1 English 2000 Guineas, G1 French 2000 Guineas and G1 St James Palace Stakes before delivering a four length victory in the G1 Prix Jean Prat (1600m) at Chantilly.

In Australia, the first Dick Turpins arrived last spring and Sunspeed breeders rebooked to the stallion on the back of the appearance of his first crop of foals.

Mungrup Stud will stand Dick Turpin for an $8,800 (inc gst) service fee in 2014.

The National Stud’s Amy Taylor took these photos during the northern spring.


Dick Turpin - Zietunzeen colt resize 2COLT DICK TURPIN – ZIETUNZEEN (ZIETEN)

Half-brother to winners by Spinning World & Bahamian Bounty.    Their dam won the sales-related Doncaster October Yearling Stakes and earned black-type in the Windsor Castle Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Dick Turpin gives Zietunzeen every chance to upgrade her pedigree with this bay colt for owner-breeder Brendan Boyle.  The mare comes from the family of Victorian based Bullarook Stud sire Monde Bleu (Last Tycoon).


Dick Turpin - Molly Pitcher Colt resizeCOLT DICK TURPIN – MOLLY PITCHER (HALLING)

From a winning half-sister to winners by Desert Prince, Verglas and Dylan Thomas.   Molly Pitcher also has an unraced Fastnet Rock half-brother named Drishti in work with Aidan O’Brien.

This bay colt was bred by Surrey based Leigh Place Stud and his second-dam American Queen (Fairy King) is a half-sister to G1 winner Poliglote (France) and the dams of G1 winners Ring Beaune (USA) & Antheus (Italy).



Dick Turpin - Aurora Sky Filly resize


Homebred for the Chandler Family out of a half-sister to four winners including stakes performer Pippo di Lucilla.

Aurora Sky won races at Kempton (2) and Lingfield (2) and further back in her pedigree is former Lomar Park  stallion Adirondack Holme (USA).  He was a son of Cox Plate winner Noholme (Star Kingdom) who was exported to the USA.