Sooboog Blog

All breeders are invited to Kitchwin Hills this Saturday!!

Posted by Kitchwin Hills | 22 Aug 2017

Don't miss out on your inspection this Saturday night and see why Sooboog is being backed by so many industry heavyweights! Camp fire barbecue, live music and a horse parade with a difference.  Kitchwin Hills is renowned for its c ...

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All breeders are invited to Kitchwin Hills this Saturday!!

Breeding Heavyweights Show Their Hand

Posted by Kitchwin Hills | 10 Jul 2017

In a year where breeders have numerous first season options, it is fundamental to look to where key industry leaders are breeding their mares in 2017. As an incredibly precocious son of the all-conquering Snitzel, as a full brother to G1 winning, Golden Sli ...

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Breeding Heavyweights Show Their Hand

Sooboog’s 2017 Stud Fee set at $13,200

Posted by Kitchwin Hills | 11 May 2017

  As Snitzel races towards the world record for 2yo winners in a season, Kitchwin Hills are pleased to announce that they will be standing his explosive son Sooboog at stud this season. On debut as an October 2yo, Sooboog went within a stride of def ...

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Sooboog’s 2017 Stud Fee set at $13,200

Kitchwin Hills to stand Snitzel's son Sooboog

Posted by Martin Stevens | 14 Mar 2017

KITCHWIN HILLS in Australia has snapped up Sooboog, a smart sprinter with a regal pedigree, for stallion duty from this year. Sooboog is a son of in-demand sire Snitzel and a brother to Group 1 Lightning Stakes winner Snitzerland, out of the Fraar mare ...

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Kitchwin Hills to stand Snitzel's son Sooboog

Group One Bound Son of Snitzel Heading for Kitchwin Hills

Posted by Bloodstock.com.au | 14 Mar 2017

In a terrific coup for Kitchwin Hills, royally bred Snitzel son Sooboog has been purchased to stand at their farm in the Hunter Valley and will commence stud duties in 2017. Sooboog was a dominant last-start Group III VRC Aurie's Star Handicap wi ...

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Group One Bound Son of Snitzel Heading for Kitchwin Hills

Hawkes: Sooboog should’ve been scratched

Posted by Tom Biddington | 13 Aug 2015

Team Hawkes fears Sooboog’s Spring Carnival could be over after the boom colt was allowed to race despite kicking the barrier stalls when resuming at Gosford on Thursday. Sooboog, a full brother to Snitzerland who was bought for $1.5 million, was back ...

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Hawkes: Sooboog should’ve been scratched