Kempinsky has a new home in NSW at Tamac Farm near Walcha.
Kempinsky (Danehill – Tristalove by Sir Tristram) is bred in the purple and was a G2 winner of the AAMI Vase at Moonee Valley for a partnership that included Walter Alteri and Sir Patrick Hogan.
He retired to the Alteri family’s Newlands Farm in 2005 and since then has been based in Victoria’s North-East at Independent Stallions and Rangal Park.
Kempinsky sired his first stakes winner at the 2011 Brisbane winter carnival when Chateau Fort broke through in the G3 Gunsynd Classic at Eagle Farm. Overall, he has sired 40 winners of 69 races at a 30% strike-rate.
Tamac Farm’s Mark Taylor will stand Kempinsky for a $3,300 (inc gst) service fee alongside Botswana (Lion Hunter).
Final Glory, an unraced son of Biscay sire Incognito, will serve his first mares at Tamac this year. His dam Final Hour (Danger’s Hour) is a half-sister to Pins.