If you hear the name ZAZABELLE most people would remember the 1999 Melbourne Cup when the daughter of Zabeel dead heated for third behind stable mate Rogan Josh. Bart Cummings secured his eleventh Melbourne Cup and as we approached the new millennium we witnessed another piece of brilliance from the king of racing in the country.


SKY BOY (Pendragon x Zazabelle) was born and bred at Think Bid Stud and now races with the Cummings Team at Leilani Lodge where his mother resided in the late nineties. He has shown the ability to settle and since breaking his maiden at Kembla Grange has gone through the grades beautifully. The son of Pendragon brought up his third win at start number eight during the week as he ran away from the field in the BM70 Hcp (1550m) on the Kensington track.


He has returned in great order and appears to be getting better as he finds more ground and utilises the maturity and pedigree that was well found by the staff at Think Big Stud.

Anthony and Edward couldn’t be happier with SKY BOY’s progression and a tilt at stakes level looks likely after he dismantled a quality field with professionalism and poise.



A Star on the Rise

A star on the rise is this phenomenal 2YO filly in Libertini, who has strong Group 1 bloodlines on both sides including champion stallion I Am Invincible 

Baller heading to the Brisbane Carnival

Cummings Racing has an encouraging 3YO colt on their hands with all signs pointing towards a Group quality horse. 

November Man Progressing through the Grades

This promising 4YO gelding has strong bloodlines throughout with stakes winners on either side including multiple Group winner Dr Grace 

Mizzy Ready for the PJ Bell Stakes

Coming from the Zoustar bloodline which has produced 7 Group winning horses our promising 3YO filly MIZZY should be adding to the list soon 

Shaman ready to Tackle the Australian Derby

It’s an exciting time for the connections of SHAMAN as the Dalghar gelding gets his chance to shine in the Group 1 Australian Derby (2400m). 

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