I Am Unstoppable Chases Group 1 Glory 2024

High class Colt I Am Unstoppable looks to further enhance his credentials as a stallion having already been purchased by Widden Stud to take up stud duties post racing in what is believe to be a lucrative deal.

In recent times there has been a lot of news around high class colts and we take a closer look at them as well as how a trusted licensed syndicator can make getting involved in these high class colts extremely accessible.

In the world of horse racing, the journey from a promising colt to a coveted stallion can be a lucrative and prestigious path. Colts, which are young male horses typically under the age of four, can attract significant attention and investment if they demonstrate exceptional talent on the racetrack. Owners, trainers, and breeders often have their eyes on these talented colts with the hopes of turning them into successful stallions to further enhance their bloodlines and potentially yield substantial financial returns.

To become a successful stallion, a colt must possess a combination of desirable traits, including exceptional speed, stamina, conformation, and temperament. These qualities not only make them successful racehorses but also increase their appeal as potential breeding prospects. Colts that display remarkable performances in prestigious races and often garner significant attention from breeders and investors.

Recent examples of colts who have made headlines with their potential to become successful stallions include Storm Boy and I Am Unstoppable. Storm Boy, a colt with a powerful stride and impressive pedigree, captured the hearts of racing enthusiasts with his dominant performances in several high-profile races. His victories meant he was as a highly sought-after breeding prospect. Offers from prominent breeding operations and syndicates have reportedly reached record-breaking figures, reflecting the immense value placed on his future as a stallion. He has been purchased by Coolmore Stud for a reported $50million.

Similarly, I Am Unstoppable, a bay colt known for his explosive speed and tenacious spirit, has emerged as another promising contender for future stallionhood. With a string of impressive victories in sprint races and a pedigree that boasts a lineage of champions, I Am Unstoppable has attracted significant interest from breeders and investors looking to secure his services for breeding purposes. His potential to sire offspring with similar speed and athleticism has made him a valuable asset in the competitive world of Thoroughbred breeding. He has been purchased by Widden Stud for an undisclosed fee.

Securing a colt as a stallion prospect often involves lucrative deals and negotiations between owners, breeders, and syndicates. These deals can include various arrangements such as outright sales, syndication deals, or partnerships that provide stakeholders with a stake in the colt’s future breeding career. The financial stakes involved in these transactions can be substantial, with top-tier colts fetching millions of dollars in upfront payments and future breeding rights.

In conclusion, the journey from a talented colt to a successful stallion is one filled with excitement, anticipation, and significant financial investment. Colts like Storm Boy and I Am Unstoppable represent the pinnacle of equine athleticism and breeding potential, captivating the imagination of racing enthusiasts and industry insiders alike. As these colts transition into their roles as stallions, they carry with them the promise of shaping the future of Thoroughbred racing through their offspring, ensuring their legacy endures for generations to come.

Closer look at I Am Unstoppable:

Lucy Yeomans co trainer of I Am Unstoppable has been associated with many a good horse and is not going to get overawed at the thought of winning her first Group 1 race.

In a training partnership with Lloyd Kennewell, the pair will saddle up I Am Unstoppable in the Black Caviar Lightning (1000m) at Flemington on Saturday.

Yeomans was a part of the Ciaron Maher and David Eustace team when Coolangatta won last year’s Lightning, toppling crowd favourite Nature Strip.

Being with a big stable taught Yeomans how to absorb pressure and she said that had carried her well in her new role with Kennewell.

“With I Am Unstoppable it feels like working for Maher-Eustace,” Yeomans said.

“When I was there, I was used to absorbing the pressure, as they had multiple good horses.

“It’s nice to have one top horse to focus on although we’ve got lots of nice young horses in the wings, so it’s not all about I Am Unstoppable.

“Last year, I said to Lloyd, I thought Coolangatta going into the Lightning was going really well, but I didn’t think she could beat Nature Strip.

“He was the hype horse, so hopefully it follows on this year as Imperatriz is the hype horse and he (I Am Unstoppable) can go past her.”

I Am Unstoppable has raced up the Flemington straight on three occasions, finishing second each time, all last spring.

The most recent was in the Group 1 Coolmore Stud Stakes (1200m) last November.

She said I Am Unstoppable was a different horse this time around, more athletic, more furnished.

“He’s turned from a boy into a man,” Yeomans said.

“Last prep, we didn’t struggle to get the weight off him, but he was a bit big all-the-time and did a bit well, whereas this prep we have given him one trial and he was already at his racing weight.

Yeomans said Saturday’s outing would determine I Am Unstoppable immediate program.

The Group 1 Newmarket Handicap (1200m) at Flemington next month is on the cards, as is a potential trip to the UK for Royal Ascot.

“The future for him we’re not sure about,” Yeomans said after Widden Stud bought into the colt.

“We are guaranteed we can race him until July and then we have a discussion as that was part of the stud deal.

“Lloyd and I have had a pipedream of taking him to Royal Ascot, but we haven’t really discussed it.

“If I Am Unstoppable wins the Lightning or the Newmarket Handicap, we will have a discussion about it, but whether it happens, it still has to be decided.”

I Am Unstoppable’s little sister:

Satin Stiletto

We managed to secure I Am Unstoppable’s 1/2 sister Satin Stiletto at the yearling sale after doing our homework we purchased her for what we thought was great value.

Meet Satin Stiletto. A filly by Written Tycoon (Yulong Stud) out of the 2 year old Gimcrack winning mare Satin Slipper.

A filly by Written Tycoon (Yulong Stud) out of the 2 year old Gimcrack winning mare Satin Slipper. Written Tycoon is a eight time Victorian Champion Sire and has produced 52 individual stakes winners include Group 1 Golden Slipper winner Capitalist (Stallion Newgate Farm), Group 1 Blue Diamond winner Written By, (Stallion Widden Stud), Group 1 winners Coolangatta, Ole Kirk (Stallion Vinery Stud), Pippie, Tycoon Tara, Music Magnate (NZ), Booker, Odeum, Luna Rossa (NZ) as well as stallions Rich Enuff (Woodside Park) and Winning Rupert (Grandview Stud).

Satin Stiletto’s dam Satin slipper was not only a very fast 2 year herself but she is the dam of the Stakes winning Group 1 Coolmore second I Am Unstoppable making him a half brother to Satin Stiletto. Satin Slipper by Champion racehorse Pierro (Coolmore Australia) is out of the Group 2 winning mare Satin Shoes a proven producer herself with 5 runners to the track for 4 winners of multiple races.

She was presented at the Inglis Classic sale in 2023 by Newgate Farm, a well renowned as one of the best nurseries in recent years producing 11 individual Group 1 winners Group 1 Golden Slipper winner Stay Inside, TAB Everest and Group 1 Stradbroke winner Think About It, Foxplay, Prompt Response and many more.

They have produced 72 stakes winners and over 800 individual winners. The Inglis Classic Sale has forged a significant reputation over the years on the back of star graduates like Extreme Choice (Stallion Newgate Farm), I Am Invincible (Stallion Yarraman Park), Choisir, She Will Reign, Yankee Rose, Vow And Declare, Classique Legend, In Her Time, Brazen Beau, Hellbent (Stallion Yarraman Park) and Castelvecchio (Stallion Arrowfield) among many others.

It is the only sale at which you could have bought the winners of each of The Everest, Golden Slipper, Melbourne Cup and Blue Diamond in the past 10 years. Satin Stiletto was a purchase on the back of some astute research delving into her pedigree we quickly earmarked her as a filly who could residually be of considerable value one day.

She was a nice type albeit a touch on the small side but we knew that was a trait all the family tended to carry so we were not put off. Although small in stature she was well put together with plenty of room for scope in the future.

How Syndication Makes it Possible to get involved in High Class Colts Like I Am Unstoppable:

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Trusted syndicators play a crucial role in making it possible for individuals to get involved in high-class colts like I Am Unstoppable and potential stallions by offering them the opportunity to own a fraction of the horse through syndication.

Syndication involves pooling together investments from multiple individuals or entities to purchase and own shares in a racehorse. This allows individuals who may not have the financial resources to outright purchase a high-value colt or stallion prospect to still participate in the ownership experience and potentially profit from the horse’s success on the racetrack and in the breeding shed.

Here’s how trusted syndicators facilitate this process:

  1. Expertise and Reputation For Sourcing Colts Like I Am Unstoppable: Trusted syndicators typically have extensive experience and a proven track record in the horse racing industry. They often have a network of connections with breeders, trainers, and owners, allowing them access to high-quality colts and potential stallions. Their reputation for honesty, transparency, and professionalism instills confidence in potential investors.
  2. Selection Process When Picking Horses Like I Am Unstoppable: Syndicators carefully select colts and potential stallions based on various factors such as pedigree, conformation, performance on the racetrack, and breeding potential. They conduct thorough evaluations and due diligence to identify horses with the highest likelihood of success both on the track and as future breeding prospects.
  3. Financial Structure Involved In Getting Involved in a horse like I Am Unstoppable: Syndicators structure investment opportunities in a way that makes them accessible to a wide range of investors. They may offer shares in the horse at different price points, allowing investors to choose the level of investment that fits their budget. Additionally, syndicators may offer payment plans or financing options to further facilitate participation.
  4. Ownership Experience When Involved in a horse like I Am Unstoppable: : Syndicators aim to provide investors with a rewarding ownership experience beyond just financial returns. This may include exclusive access to the horse, invitations to special events and races, regular updates on the horse’s progress, and opportunities to interact with trainers, jockeys, and other industry professionals.
  5. Risk Management: Syndicators help mitigate risk by diversifying investments across multiple horses or through insurance policies that protect against potential losses due to injury, illness, or other unforeseen circumstances. They also provide clear information on the risks associated with horse ownership, ensuring that investors are well-informed before making investment decisions.

Overall, trusted syndicators serve as facilitators, connecting investors with opportunities to participate in the exciting world of horse racing and breeding. By leveraging their expertise, networks, and resources, syndicators make it possible for individuals to share in the excitement and potential rewards of owning high-class colts and future stallions, regardless of their financial means.

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