Rich Enuff Stallion


Service Fee – $8,800 inc. gst

Written Tycoon x Hotnuff – Chestnut 2011 16.2HH


As Written Tycoon’s highest rated son at stud, and also his fastest, Rich Enuff has justifiably been rewarded with four quality books of mares at stud to date.

In the same profile as his sire Written Tycoon, and his grandsire Iglesia, Rich Enuff possesses all the raw power and speed that is distinctive of top-class stallions.

With three consecutive Group and Listed victories, Rich Enuff was explosive on the track, stopping the clock at 1:08.13 – the fastest any 3YO colt has run over the famed Flemington ‘straight six’ this century.

Champion Australian Sires Rory’s Jester and Fastnet Rock, along with G1 producing sires Sepoy, St. Petersburg, Kenfair and Umatilla have all achieved success in the Danehill Stakes, and with Rich Enuff’s victory over Wandjina and Brazen Beau, both who have stakes performing first crop runners, everything looks extremely bright for those who have supported Rich Enuff.

This ability coupled with his stunning physical attributes and excellent fertility, is a proven formula to produce outstanding progeny, that have now gone on to perform in the sale ring, with his first crop yearlings selling up to $300,000 at the 2019 Magic Millions on the Gold Coast.

Covering over 475 mares in his first four seasons at stud, firstly at Glenlogan Park in Queensland, followed by the last three seasons at Woodside Park Stud, many breeders are continuing to send their mares back to Rich Enuff based on foals from his first, second and third seasons – the best vote of confidence for a stallion! In 2019 he covered his biggest book to date.

With continuing solid interest from breeders, Rich Enuff is ready for another busy season ahead. Stunning, fast and precocious, Rich Enuff will stand in 2020 at a highly competitive fee.


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Rich Enuff’s first crop of yearling’s debut at the Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale in January 2019, with seven yearlings selling at an average price of $150,000, almost 11 times his $13,750 service fee. Rich Enuff achieved the top price of $300,000 with a colt offered by Glenlogan Park. His progeny continued to impress at the Magic Millions Gold Coast National Yearling Sale in June with a colt from Fernrigg Farm knocked down at $430,000. Rich Enuff’s stock presents with all the attributes he possesses that made him an exceptionally fast thoroughbred – size, strength, bone and most importantly an aptitude to run. The first of his progeny are hitting the track and he has had four individual winners to date and a further 5 placegetters from only 13 runners. The future is looking bright for the son of Written Tycoon.


Rich Enuff has a pedigree that reflects all that is great about Australian sprinters. His bloodlines include some of Australia’s most influential stallions of the past 30 years, including Vain, Snippets, Marscay, Last Tycoon and Bletchingly.
From the Spartacus mare Hotnuff, Rich Enuff ‘s sire, Written Tycoon, needs not introduction as Champion Victorian Stallion while his grandsire Iglesia was a powerhouse sprinter and still holds the Flemington 1200-metre record of 67.16s.

Rich Enuff


Reminiscing about his racing career, the explosive son of Written Tycoon was the most dominant sprinter in Australia during his three-year-old spring campaign.

Rich Enuff captured three consecutive black type races, kicking off with a dominant two and a quarter length romp in the Listed McKenzie Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley, in what was a second outside multiple G1 winner Miss Andretti’s track record.

At his very next outing, the imposing colt stamped his class by saluting in the G2 Danehill Stakes (1200m) at Flemington beating G1 winners Brazen Beau, Wandjina and Go Indy Go, stopping the clock at 1:08.13 – the fastest a three-year-old colt has run down the Flemington straight six this century.

Next out in the G3 Caulfield Guineas Prelude (1400m) at Caulfield, the stunning colt produced arguably one of his most impressive performance, trouncing his rivals by three lengths, once again leaving Wandjina in his wake, as well as future G1 winner Awesome Rock.

Based on his outstanding three-streak of stakes victories, Rich Enuff started favourite in the G1 Caulfield Guineas (1600m) and after experiencing a torrid run in transit, the colt had the audacity to finish a narrow second behind Shooting To Win, with Wandjina in third and the previous season’s G1 JJ Atkins winner Almalad back in the field.

Defeating a host of G1 winners throughout his career, Rich Enuff’s racetrack performances give breeders the confidence knowing that the son of Written Tycoon is a G1 class horse, and with victories over stakes-producing young sires Brazen Beau and Wandjina in the G2 Danehill Stakes, it further cements the colt’s ability, mirroring that of not only his sire, but his grandsire Iglesia as well.



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With the completion of the 2019/2020 racing season, Woodside Park Stud’s Rich Enuff ended the season with seven individual winners, more than any other active Victorian first season sire currently standing in the state. Headlined [...]

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As the first winner for her sire, followed by becoming the first stakes performer, it was only fitting that Anderson Racing’s Plutocrat took the honour of becoming Rich Enuff’s very first stakes winner with a [...]


A narrow fifth, when beaten less than a length the start prior at Listed level, Kendrick Racing’s 2yo Rich Enuff filly Queen Sweeper highlighted her potential with an impressive win at Doomben to become the [...]


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