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As a broodmare shes produced a host of quality square gaiters and provided the Smaills with undoubtedly one of their many career highlights as owners Jaccka Justy one of her sons winning the Dominion Handicap.
In 1987 young Charlie bought with friend Archie Affleck, a filly called Keyali off Northern Southland breeder Neil Timms.
She was by Gaines Minbar out of Keyanau who was by Key Club out of Lucky Surprise.
Lucky Surprise left a handful of good mares Orange Queen (Bachelor Hanover) who was the second dam of Lord Hillas, Queens Advocate, Carefree Princess and Noble Fella.
He was good enough to finish second behind Honkin Vision in the 1989 New Zealand Kindergarten Stakes. His best season was as a four year old when he won six races. He ended up in Canada in one of those heated barns.
He was winning races right up until he was fourteen.
As a racehorse Net Ten EOM had a limited race career but paced a mile in 1-49.4.
As a stallion hes off to a great start in the Northern Hemisphere.
Bonnie Lass (Sweet Lou), Gracy Lady (Art Major) Hot Toddy (Changeover), Jamie (Net Ten EOM), Lillian (Panspacificflight), Lollipop Dreams (Betterthancheddar), Mach N Elle (American Ideal), Nifety Franco (Sweet Lou), Raconteur (Mach Three), Shipshewana Flight (Net Ten EOM), Traceys Delight (Sweet Lou), Art For Artsplace (Panspacificflight) and Mama Cool (Panspacificflight). Caine (their son) will get his (training) license shortly and well go into partnership.
Buying stock off Tuapeka Lodge isnt new to Mc Intyre.
He bought Albert Albert mare Jamie off the Cummings family in the early 2000s.
At the time of writing hes had six individual two year old winners from his first crop. The boys that owned her decided to pull the pin and Hot Toddy was in foal to Pans so Sheree did the deal. These include young Christian Cullen mare Gracy Lady which is out of Spring Thaw.
Were getting some good reports on them down here too. Weve found that theyre quite intelligent horses, good gaited and athletic. John Stivens got a nice filly that Mark Smolenski broke in and he thinks the world of it. Well find out how good it is somewhere down the track. I actually drove Hot Toddy one day when I was up at Ken Barrons. She has only one foal on the ground - an American Ideal colt called Hindu Pocket which is owned locally by the Thomson Brothers of Branxholme.