Multiple Group 1 winner Sennachie has today been retired to stud.
Trainer Steve Bruce White alongside owner, breeder Kirin Corby made the decision following the Gold Bullion but wanted to make sure everything was in working order before they announced his retirement to the breeding barn.
Straws from the son of Fernando Bale and Rhonda Rocks will be available from mid-March at the starting price of $2,500 for females in season.
“The demand for Sennachie has been enormous,” trainer Steven Bruce White said.
“As much as we want to see him preforming on the track, we are excited to see what he is able to throw into his pups.”
Sennachie has more than proven himself on the track. A winner of the Group 1 Maturity Classic at The Meadows as well as the Brisbane Cup and Gold Bullion at Albion Park.
In addition to his Group race victories, Sennachie also holds the 520 metre track record at Albion Park and has the three fastest times run over distance.
Sennachie will remain a Victorian with White holding him at stud.
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