Wylie relatives make the news

Cheveley Stud’s well performed young sire Wylie Hall continues to receive major pedigree updates –for both sides of his pedigree.
Wylie Hall is a son of triple Australian champion sire Redoute’s Choice –who, together with sons Snitzel and Not A Single Doubt, has been responsible for 18 black type wins in the past ten weeks.
The Redoute’s Choice influence can be clearly seen on the Australian Sires Lists.

Redoute's Choice

Redoute’s Choice


Redoute’s Choice, sire of no fewer than 28 individual G1 winners, is currently seventh on the General Sires List, with sons Not A Single Doubt and Snitzel in second and ninth positions respectively.

Redoute’s Choice, himself seventh on the log, is also represented by 3 sire sons on the Australian Leading Sires of 2yos Log, with Not A Single Doubt (2nd), Snitzel (4th) and Beneteau (9th). The latter, sadly now deceased, is also Australia’s third leading sire by stakes.

Redoute’s Choice, himself a four time G1 winner, is also making his presence felt as a broodmare sire. The son of Danehill is currently Australia’s fifth leading damsire for the 2015-2016 season, with his daughters having already produced such G1 winners as Zoustar, Sacred Falls, Stay With Me, and Pasadena Girl.

Wylie Hall

Wylie Hall

Another to give Wylie Hall’s pedigree a boost is the very promising Mike de Kock trained filly Al Hawraa. The Australian bred daughter of New Approach made it two wins from as many outings when she ran out a facile winner of Sunday’s King’s Pact Stakes at Scottsville and Al Hawraa looks destined for bigger and better things.

Al Hawraa’s dam Ijaaza is very closely related to multiple G1 winner Wylie Hall, who recently completed a busy and successful first season at stud. Both are by Redoute’s Choice and both trace back directly to the mare Electric Belle. The latter is granddam of Wylie Hall and third dam of Ijaaza.

An outstanding racehorse, Wylie Hall won six times, and over R3.6 million in stakes, with his wins including the G1 President’s Champion Challenge, G1 SA Derby and G2 Colorado King Stakes.

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