It’s one month on from the retirement of twelve time group race contender Blazin’ Bomber who called it a day after 60 starts for a staggering 27 wins and 18 minor placings.
The son of Kinloch Brae and Absolute Stunna has banked $253,210 which, was aided by victories in the Group Three Bill Collins Speed Star in 2016 and the Group Three Puppy Classic at his home track of Cranbourne.WATCH: Blazin’ Bomer win a heat of the Group One Australian Cup earlier this year.
Trained by Darren Pattinson, Blazin’ Bomber was a versatile chaser who was able to win over a multitude of distances and he now retired to stud with Pattinson and partner Tammy Collins for an introductory fee of $1100.
Weighing in at 32 kilos with a jet-black coat, Bomber isn’t just a pretty face – he has a personality to match.
“We decided to retire him now as it is coming towards spring and we have had a number of enquires to use him at stud,” Collins said. “He is just an awesome dog who enjoys a lot of attention.”
Collins believes that Blazin’s Bomber’s kind nature, strength and his chasing determination will be characteristics he will throw into his offspring.
KEY INFORMATION FOR BLAZIN’ BOMBER
Kinloch Brae x Absolute Stunna
Owned & Bred by the Four Frothys Syndicate
Trained by Darren Pattinson (Pearcedale, VIC)
Held at stud by Tammy Collins (Pearcedale, VIC)
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