Group One-winning trainer Robbie Griffiths is consistently amongst the leading trainer’s each season in Victoria and with the added incentives of the lucrative Super VOBIS and VOBIS Gold bonuses, his stable aims to capitalise on these as much as possible to further benefit their owners.
Selecting the right type of horse is also vital in securing owners, and Griffiths aims to select horses that will be ready to run early and compete strongly through the VOBIS Gold series, which now lasts throughout a horse’s career, further multiplying the opportunities available to secure great prize money.
“To create value for your ownership group you have to be on the lookout for exciting young sires and we have been very successful in past ventures,” stated Griffiths.
“We have identified greats such as Encosta De Lago, Not A Single Doubt and Written Tycoon all at entry level fees and have been very prosperous in investing in those great sires.”
Griffiths is excited by the four 2yos in his yard from the first south hemisphere crop of CABLE BAY, with the son of Invincible Spirit having all the attributes that Australian breeders and trainers search for; an outstanding pedigree, stakes performing juvenile and a well-conformed, good looking horse.
Achieving 25 individual winners in his first European two-year-old crop to race, more than the record-breaking I Am Invincible achieved in his debut season in Australia, Cable Bay’s first local crop are ready to hit the racetracks of Australia and continue Woodside Park Stud’s outstanding recent run, following on from Rich Enuff being the leading active Victorian-based first season sire last season.
“Last year we invested in Cable Bay both in the breeding barn and at the yearling sales as we believe the Invincible Spirit sire line is already proven so successful in Australia,” enthused Griffiths.
“Combined with Cable Bay’s race record and his first season success in Europe made him an obvious choice. His yearlings have great speed and have developed into exciting 2yo’s.”
Not only are the first crop of Cable Bay in the yard of Griffiths, but fellow trainers Anthony Freedman, Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott, Ciaron Maher & David Eustace, Mick Price & Michael Kent Jnr, Tony Gollan, Toby & Trent Edmonds, Archie Alexander, Mitch Freedman, Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young, Phillip Stokes and Danny O’Brien, and with the early juvenile races just week’s away – the team at Woodside Pak Stud can’t wait!
Contact the various trainers today to discuss any opportunities available to purchase your share in a future juvenile star.