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Farnan x Enstone 22 Filly

Sire: Farnan

Dam: Enstone

Colour: Chestnut

Sex: Filly

Age: Yearling

Trainer: Annabel Neasham


2.5% $ 2,675
5% $ 5,350
10% $ 10,700

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This beautiful filly by FARNAN was purchased from the Inglis Classic Sale. This flashy girl is headed to Annabel Neasham. With her model looks and a strut to match, she is a gorgeous daughter of Gr.1 Golden Slipper winner, Farnan.

She is from a Group winning mare who hails from a lovely international family. She was a winner at 2YO and her victories were from 1400-1700m. We were so wrapt to be the one’s who were on her, when the hammer went down!

This filly is built big and strong with a fantastic walk on her. This filly’s pedigree page is absolutely covered in black type, which comes with a large value increase should she go on to add a black type to her resume in her career. She is bred on a similar pattern as Group 1 winners SNITZEL, LUCKYGRAY, MAXFIELD, ABSOLUTLEY, VESPACIANO, REDIENER and ABBEY MARIE.

Annabel Neasham will add her polish to this filly out of her world class Warwick Farm stables and as a result, they will give her the best chance to succeed at the track.

Our filly passed 100% on her x-rays and clinical examination and was rated as low risk and suitable for syndication. 

The Sire: FARNAN

FARNAN by Not A Single Doubt. Timeform rated him the single most dominant champion juvenile of the century. By sire-of-sires Not A Single Doubt, Farnan is the epitome of a precocious speed sire. 

Rated 122 by Time form – headed the 2YO Timeform ratings to be Australia’s pre-eminent Champion 2YO of the 2019-2020 season.

Winner of five races at two, four at stakes level with a career earnings of $2.5 million. He dominantly won the 2020 Golden Slipper with a time of 1:10.19. 


This filly’s mare ENSTONE finished her career with 4 wins, all of which other than her maiden were black type wins. She also placed 2nd in 3 black type races.

Enstone is out of the mare LA SUENA who produced 3 foals to race, all 3 winning at a stakes level.


Growing up in the Northamptonshire village of Croughton in the United Kingdom, Annabel honed her horsemanship skills through eventing, show-jumping and hunting.

It was the British jumps scene that first hooked her into racing, avidly following National Hunt events such as the Cheltenham Festival.

In 2016, Annabel took up the opportunity to travel to Australia – for what was meant to be a working holiday. She never left, and now can’t imagine being anywhere else.

After six months with Gai Waterhouse, Annabel relocated to the Caulfield stable of Ciaron Maher. Learning from one of the best horsemen in the country, Annabel was able to work with quality Group 1 winners such as Jameka and Merchant Navy. Maher soon put her in charge of the Sydney branch of the stable, which was established in 2018. Under Annabel’s watch, the stable recorded more than 50 victories in New South Wales in its first two seasons and unveiled a string of high-quality young horses such as Dubious, Prague, Away Game, Holyfield and Cellsabeel. The strong results paint a clear picture of Neasham’s training talents. Her two years at the helm of Ciaron Maher Racing’s Sydney stable have also familiarised her with her surroundings at Warwick Farm, where she was granted 36 boxes to begin her solo training career in the 2020-21 racing season.

In 2018, a notable demonstration of her riding and horsemanship capabilities, Annabel won the famously gruelling Mongol Derby.

The Mongol Derby is the world’s longest horse race, run over 1000 kilometres across ten days. In an extraordinary test of stamina and skill, riders spend 13 or 14 hours in the saddle per day. Annabel teamed up with Adrian Corboy, another highly capable horseman who works as Maher’s breaker, to score a momentous victory.

This supreme achievement means that Neasham can lay claim to having ridden a Derby winner – now she wants to train one. Since Annabel has started training, she has achieved 7x Group Ones, 8x Group Twos, 2x Group 3’s and 9 listed races.


Eligible for the lucrative BOBS Silver & BOBS Extra bonus scheme, $5 million Golden Slipper, $1 million Golden Rose, $2 million Blue Diamond, $200,000 Blue Sapphire and the $5 million Inglis Extra Bonus Race Series.

Share Price:  2.5% share $2,675 or 5% share $5,350 or 10% share $10,700 

BUY NOW PAY LATER: $668.75 upfront followed by 3 equal monthly repayments of $668.75 (applicable per 2.5% share).

Share Price Includes Purchase Price, Breaking In, Nominations and Bonus Schemes, Clinical Examination, & Mortality Insurance which is covered up to the 28th February 2025.

Ongoing Expenses and MMF: The Ongoing Expenses consist of a $77 flat Monthly Management Fee (MMF) per owner, regardless of share percentage. The remainder of the fees are the Ongoing Expenses for the horse billed monthly, in arears, which are split between the owners based on their percentage held. The following are estimated total monthly costs based on averages, as the Ongoing Expenses for the horse do vary depending on the current whereabouts of the horse i.e. training, spelling etc. The following amounts include both the $77 MMF and the average Ongoing Expenses combined:

  • 2.5% – $162 estimated total monthly cost
  • 5% – $247 estimated total monthly cost
  • 10% – $417 estimated total monthly cost

The first monthly fee will be due on the 1st June 2024.








The Farnan filly has arrived safely to Sam Fasher’s property in the Hawkesbury today, ready to commence being broken in.

This of course will be her first preparation towards her career ahead of becoming a racehorse. She is in outstanding hands with Sam who is a champion eventer and show jumper. Sam has broken in plenty of horses, and the finished product is a well-mannered and well-educated young horse.

The process of breaking in a horse is to desensitise them, familiarise them with wearing a saddle and gear, be mouthed, be ridden and to adapt to the rider’s instructions. The filly will also go through the barriers so she can familiarise herself with that important aspect of going to the races. This new start to racing life can sometimes be a little stressful for a young horse but she is in good hands with Sam who will always put the filly’s well-being first.

The breaking in process usually takes around 30 days or so to complete and we will continue to update you on her progress each fortnight.





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Farnan x Enstone 22 Filly

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