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Cyberhorse 2001
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24/01/02 Adelaide Sale: Rory's Back At Home in Adelaide
South Australians love nothing more than Rory's Jester. A flashy chestnut he was born and raised just an hour's drive from the Morphettville Racecourse, and he was trained by one of SA's favourite sons CS Hayes.

Next month the current day siring star, now a spritely 21-year-old stallion will be well represented with a dozen of his yearlings to go under the hammer at the 2002 Adelaide Magic Millions Yearling Sale.

Rory's, who's the pride and joy of Collingrove Stud which is jointly owned by the Hayes and Sangster families, is one mighty stallion.

A son of Crown Jester he shot to prominence by winning the 1985 Golden Slipper at Rosehill and at the end of that season he was crowned the Champion Two-Year-Old of Australasia.

But it's been his achievements as a sire, which has set Rory's apart from any other Slipper winner in the past.

His stakes winners tally is growing day after day. Chortle, Aragen, Racer's Edge, Isca, Apollo Wonder, Moss Rocket, It's a Giggle, Catnipped, Speed Week, Spargo, Happy Giggle, North Boy, Bounce Again, Comical Asset-Dashing Dragon, Jester Royale, Laser Beam etc etc.

Two years ago Rory's paved his way into the history books in Adelaide when a filly half sister to Nina Haraka sold for a record $230,000.

Last year a record 18 yearlings were catalogued and again they realised top prices. There's no surprise with that though - he is Australia's most tried, tested and most importantly successful stallion.

There's no six firgure service fee like his major Australasian rivals Danehill and Zabeel, it's just that speed and natural ability that he passes on to his progeny that sets Rory's Jester away from most of his rivals.

Back in South Australia - the state which he took his first breath, his first step, his first stride, his first track gallop and he first shone like a star of the future - Rory's Jester is set to star again, just like that his filly did in 2000.


Lot 25 - chestnut colt from Pop Artist
Half brother to Princess D'or, a winner of the Group Two Surround Stakes in Sydney and the listed Cadbury Red Roses Stakes at Flemington. She in turn is the dam of Desert Angel, a winner of the Debutante Stakes at Caulfield and runner-up in the Group Two Maribyrnong Plate at Flemington. Sadly Desert Angel died as a two-year-old. Family of Group One winners Charming Mary and Young England.

Lot 32 - bay filly from Princess Del Sole
This filly is a half sister to the former top class galloper Delsole. A son of Rancho Ruler, Delsole won the Group Two Liston Stakes as well as being second in the VRC Sires' Produce Stakes (G1) and third in the Vic Health Cup (G1). The filliy's full sister Perri Bingle, who from a short career is already the winner of two races. The dam's four runners are all winners.

Lot 101 - bay colt from Spirit of Oakbank
Half brother to the exciting young Leon Macdonald trained two-year-old Hydrometer. Already the colt has placed in the listed Fulham Park Plate from his first preparation and has shown he possesses above average ability. Spirit of Oakbank is from the Morphettville Guineas winner Lady of Renown, a daughter of the champion race and broodmare Toltrice (dam of Seltrice, Tolhurst, Almurtajaz, Vain Display the dam of Keltrice).

Lot 248 - bay filly from Come on Angel
A half sister to three winners and daughter of Talindert Handicap placegetter Come on Angel. A winning two-year-old Come on Angel is from a wonderful female family. She is a half sister to triple G1 Oaks winner November Rain (dam of South African G2 winner Stormy Hill), South African G1 winner Race Master and Adelaide Group winner Star Style Girl (dam of G1 winner San Luis).

Lot 356 - bay colt from Kelewan
Three quarter brother to the former brilliant galloper Chortle. A winner of six races, including three at two, Chortle won the G1 Caulfield Guineas and G1 QTC Sires' Produce Stakes among four stakes wins. Placed in a Gold Coast Magic Millions he is a half brother to the Group placed Golden Trice. From the family of present day performer None For The Road.

Lot 390 - bay colt from Marwell Lady
Qualified for both Cuper VOBIS and SABIS this colt is a full brother to the sizzling former two-year-old Jestrella Boy - a winner of the listed Peters Drumstick Stakes at Flemington and a Group placed galloper at Caulfield. The stakes winning two-year-old Marwell Lady is also the dam of juvenile black typers Jolly's Folly and La Bird.

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