About Per Incanto

PER INCANTO 2016/17

He may only have two crops of racing age, conceived off service fees of just $4,000 and $5,000, but the impression Per Incanto’s progeny have already made on the racetracks of New Zealand, Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore, have rightfully lifted the group winning sprinting son of Street Cry into the ranks of New Zealand’s most in demand new stallions.

Champion New Zealand First season Sire by winners and runner-up in the Two-Year-Old Sires Premiership for 2014/15, Per Incanto’s three-year-olds have proven the versatility of their sire, landing him Champion New Zealand Three-Year-Old Sire by winners and Champion Second Season Sire by winners titles in 2015/16, defeating none other than Savabeel for the former of those latest awards.

However conceivably the most telling 2015/16 season statistic is Per Incanto’s mark of seven individual stakes performing three-year-olds, again a figure only bettered amongst New Zealand stallions by Savabeel ($100,000 service fee).    

New Zealand Sires of Three-Year-Old Winners and Stakes Perfomers in 2015/16

 

  Winners

  Wins

Stakesperformers

  Per Incanto *

    24

   32

        7

  Savabeel

    21

   35

        8

  Darci Brahma

    20

   33

        5

  Showcasing *

    19

   25

        5

  Iffraaj

    19

   23

        2

  Swiss Ace

    18

   30

        5

  Tavistock

    18

   24

        5

  Shocking *

    18

   24

        5

  Rip Van Winkle *

    13

   20

        4

  Makfi *

    12

   16

        4

 

*Denotes second-season sires. Records represent all N.Z conceived progeny

Per Incanto’s three-year stakes performers include Glorious Beijing, second in the Group 2 Wellington Guineas at just his third start, and exciting late season find Shadows Cast, runner-up to subsequent AJC Derby winner Tavago in the Group 3 Wellington Stakes.

In Singapore, the LA bred Group 1 and dual group placed Magnum, despite being plagued by a run of bad draws, placed in all three legs of the Singapore Three-Year-Old Challenge.

Per Incanto’s first Hong Kong runner Baba Mama posted impressive back to back victories, in the process becoming one of the talk horses of late season racing there. Watch his races here they are well worth it!

The stakeswinning filly Tennessee lead the way in the juvenile ranks in 2015/16, but perhaps the most exciting Per Incanto class of 2015/16 talent are the two-year-olds Indecision, a highly impressive winner of her only start, and the colt Saracino, a veteran of three starts but already Group 1 and 3 placed.

Not surprisingly Per Incanto’s progeny have been highly sought after in the sale ring this season, averaging $60,000 across all yearling sales and $93,000 at the RTR. And all off a $5,000 service fee. 

To discuss the mating of your mare with Per Incanto contact Sam Williams 0274 853400.

 

PER INCANTO 2016 Service Fee $15,000 + gst LFG 

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