Triple century for Not A Single Doubt

Arrowfield Stud stallion Not A Single Doubt passed another milestone on Sunday when Can’t Be Doubted posted his 300th win in Australia.

Can’t Be Doubted (4g Not A Single Doubt – Arabian Jewel by Theatrical) won the Ford Kuga Hcp (1600m) at Nowra for trainer Greg Hickman.  The Warwick Farm conditioner bought him for $20,000 from the Bellerive Stud draft at the 2009 Inglis Classic yearling sale.

Apart from his triple-century in Australia, Not A Single Doubt has also sired the winners of another 52 races off-shore headed by the stakes winners Always Certain (Singapore) and Castlethorpe (South Africa).

Not A Single Doubt’s Australian black-type count can keep climbing when his Perth based sprinter Cavallo Pazzo contests the G3 Belmont Sprint on June 9.

Cavallo Pazzo (4g Not A Single Doubt – Annuity by Euclase) is racing in career-best form since resuming from a spell.  He was second to star sprinter Barakey in the LR Northam Stakes prior to an impressive last-start victory at Belmont on May 19.

Trainer Ted Martinovich said the gelding deserves another crack at a black-type event.  “He’s pretty tough and can handle any going.  He’s never had a problem, either.  We will run in the Belmont Sprint then give him a break before the Hannans Hcp in September.”

Martinovich prepares Cavallo Pazzo for long-time clients Nic Giorgetta, Rob Mitchell and Wayne Forrest.  He was a $22,000 buy from the 2009 Adelaide Magic Millions and has earned over $275,000.

Not A Single Doubt (Redoute’s Choice) stands for a $24,750 fee at Arrowfield after starting stud life at $13,750.  His Magic Millions yearlings averaged $99,000 at the Gold Coast in January.