Former Chatswood Stud shuttler Amadeus Wolf sired his first southern hemisphere-bred winner in Hobart on Sunday.
His filly Crib Point scored a narrow victory in the TRC Young Members Hcp (1600m) for Brighton based owner-trainer Terry Evans. She had been placed 3 times in 12 starts before the breakthrough.
Crib Point (3f Amadeus Wolf – Westernport Bay by Western Symphony) cost $1,750 out of the Chatswood Stud draft at the 2013 Inglis VOBIS Gold Sale. She is the final foal of a mare who had already delivered winners by Dash For Cash, Bel Esprit, Lucky Owners and Jetball.
Amadeus Wolf (Mozart) was a Group 1 winner of the 2005 Middle Park Stakes at Newmarket and shuttled from the Irish National Stud to Chatswood Stud for three seasons until 2012.
He is currently based at Haras de Saint Vincent in France and among his leading European gallopers is Hamza who won last year’s G3 Abernant Stakes at Newmarket. The Kevin Ryan trained sprinter was last seen finishing down the track in the G1 Prix de l’Abbaye at Longchamp.