The son of one of the most exciting young stallions on the scene. He is from a prolific family, featuring multiple Group winners and a Champion filly.

With his strength and power immediately obvious, it is clear that his breeding has set him up to run. 


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“Training for Star Thoroughbreds is a delightful experience. From entry point through to a young horse’s race career right up until his or her retirement, the Star team have a very well thought-out system to look after their clients’ investment and the horse equally. Denise and her team ensure that racing with Star is absolutely a 5-star experience.”

– Chris Waller

Tassort’s first crop of 2 year olds have hit the ground running, with his daughter, Manaal, claiming the first Stakes race of the year for the juvenile fillies. He was an exceptional 2-year-old himself, winning the Golden Gift on debut by five lengths and finishing second in the Group 2 Silver Slipper. Due to injury, his career was prematurely cut short on the race track.

Tassort is from one of Australia’s most impressive families. His sire, the phenomenal Brazen Beau, was the first son of I Am Invincible to retire to stud, having won two Group 1 stallion-making contests. Celebrated as the Champion 3-year-old colt of his cohort, Brazen Beau has established himself as a success in the breeding shed as well as on the racetrack, with his progeny winning races across the globe.

Tassort’s dam Essaouira has proven herself to be one of the country’s best broodmares. Her daughter by Medaglia D’Oro was a three-time Champion with three Group One races to her name. Her full-brother, Astern, stands at Darley Australia, having won the Group 1 Golden Rose Stakes. Tassort’s siblings have some of the most impressive resumes around and though his own career was cut short, there is no question that he was an elite racehorse from an elite family.
Trick is by the legendary sire, Street Cry. She was a winner over 1,400 metres and has produced the stakes-performing Solid Impact (Super Impact- Singapore), who ran second in the Singapore Gold Cup.

Trick’s dam was an unraced sister to the Champion 3-year-old filly of her generation, Unworldly and the Group 2-winning Gordo. There are plenty of other high-class winners in this family, with an emphasis on speed and precocity.

Street Cry has established himself as an elite sire of broodmares. Group 2 winning Shuffle Dancer was bred along the same I Am Invincible/Street Cry cross as this filly, suggesting that Tassort could work well with the damline.
Four generations have cared for the thoroughbreds at Raheen Stud, which is widely renowned as one of Queensland’s longest established thoroughbred nurseries.

The care and attention bestowed on the horses raised at Raheen is evident in their results. Graduates include Seasons Bloom, Oak Door and Hard To Catch.

This colt is $21,500 (inc GST) per 10% share or $10,750 (inc GST) per 5% share. This colt is 40% SOLD.



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