Viddora could return to Australia

Viddora could return to Australia

Dual Group 1-winning sprinter Viddora (I
Am Invincible) is currently enjoying a spell in
England ahead of a potential return to Australia,


with quarantine restrictions requiring the Lloyd
Kennewell-trained mare to spend 180 days in
a third country following her runs in Dubai and
Hong Kong. “She’ll have a good break and then
we’ll work out what we’re going to do,” Kennewell
said. “Whether it’s the breeding season, or push
on to racing, we’ve still got plenty of the time.”


To be trained by Richard Freedman.

“Now, this is the best horse we’ve seen all day.” These were the words of Richard Freedman two minutes after we pulled lot 1080 out of her box. The words of vet Dave Garth of Sydney Equine Practice were straight forward: “Buy the filly.”

So we did. She’s a gorgeous brown Kermadec filly from a mare who has thrown winner after winner. Everyone who saw her walk and her presence were impressed. She has Galileo and Danehill in the sire line and Danzig in the dam line. Outstanding. Vet Dave Garth gave her a 100% pass on x-rays and conformation.

The sire

Kermadec is a first-season sire whose progeny impressed everyone on the ground at the Gold Coast. Kermadec is by Teofilo and his grand-sire is the legendary Galileo.

He was a ripping horse, trained by Chris Waller, winning two big mile Group Ones at Randwick – the Doncaster Handicap and the WFA George Main Stakes. He also won a Carbine Club Stakes at Flemington and ran second in the George Ryder at Rosehill and the Chelmsford at Randwick.

A mighty horse.

The dam

Seduction Line is an unraced Testa Rossa mare who has been a gem at stud. She has had six horses to the races for five winners, including group winning Snippets Land (by Snippetson) who won seven races for more than $700,000 in prizemoney. He won the Magic Millions Cup on Magic Millions day twice.

You can check out her page here:

Kermadec filly