All Too Hard to Vinery Stud

Nathan Tinkler's Patinack Farm has confirmed today the sale of boom three-year old and half brother to Black Caviar, All Too Hard to Vinery Stud in the Hunter Valley.

Nathan Tinkler's Patinack Farm has confirmed today the sale of boom three-year old and half brother to Black Caviar, All Too Hard to Vinery Stud in the Hunter Valley.

Vinery Stud General Manager Peter Orton stated Vinery was delighted to have secured a racing and breeding proposition in the class of All Too Hard.

"We have been negotiating this deal for the past six months as we always believed All Too Hard was one of the most exciting stallion prospects we have seen for many years,” Orton said.

“This horse is the real deal, not only is he a super racehorse, his great pedigree is well suited to our conditions and as an individual he is a spectacular colt who will make a great stallion.

“Obviously there is some exciting racing ahead of him this autumn and the prospect to race him internationally is a strong possibility especially with plans to shuttle in the future.”

Patinack Farm spokesperson Troy Palmer believes the final outcome is a real win/win for both parties.

"While it is disappointing to sell All Too Hard, we have retained an opportunity for him to service some of our mares and naturally, the more success he enjoys on the track and in breeding the further he will enhance the reputation of his sire, Patinack's Casino Prince,” Palmer said.

Patinack Farm remains committed to the breeding and racing industries and look forward to breeding the next All Too Hard.