Star Mares to Greet Star Witness


Globe-trotting dual Group 1 winner Star Witness has arrived safely at Widden Stud and will be in sparkling order for inspection at the Widden Stud open days.

"Star Witness arrived on Wednesday and has settled in nicely,” Widden Stud owner, Antony Thompson said. 

"He will cover an outstanding book of mares for his first season and we are genuinely excited about the quality of those mares.”

Some of the mares booked to Star Witness this year include:

MISS ANDRETTI – Australian Horse of the Year, Champion sprinter, 19 wins and $2.5 million.

CULMINATE – Group I winner, just retired.

BELLA INEZ – Dam of Blue Diamond runner up HALLOWELL BELLE.

DANE JULIA – Group I winner, just retired.

BELLA MADDELENA – Dam of MM 2yo Classic winner MILITARY ROSE

UPPSETHYM – Group I winner

LA ITALIA – Young Group II winner, Group 1placed

ROYAL PURLER – Group I winner of the AJC Flight Stakes

TWISTED HEART – Dam of recent Malaysian Group I winner SPEED BABY

WILL FLY – Multiple Group winner and dam of Group winners SANZIRO and FLYING OBJECT

ANGELIC BELLE – Dam of multiple Group winner HERE DE ANGELS

CAPTAIN'S COMMAND – Dam of 2yo stakes winner SWEET CHEEKS

PEPPIE – Dam of multiple Group II winner SEA BATTLE

GOLDEN DELICIOUS – Multiple stakes winner

SHE'S GOD'S GIFT – Dam of Stakes winners IMMORTALITY and Group performer MEGADEAL

DEFRERE'S VENTURE(USA)– Multiple stakes winner in the USA.

DANESTY – Stakes performing Danehill mare, full to a Group I winner.

KATHERN'S CAT(USA)– Young stakes winner from the US

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