First Season Sire Hello Youmzain Scores

Date: 9 May 2024

First Season Sire Hello Youmzain Scores

There are high hopes at Haras d'Etreham for the stallion career of Hello Youmzain, who supplied a winner from only his second ever runner in France on Tuesday.

The stallion, who shuttles to Cambridge Stud for the Southern Hemisphere breeding season has seen his yearlings make a huge impression and to have his first winner from just his second starter in the Northern Hemisphere bodes well for what we can expect to see in the new racing season in New Zealand.

Hello Youmazin will see his two year olds race in New Zealand for the first time in the 2024/25 season. 

Te Akau has final shares available in a striking filly (main photo) by the sire, our of the three-time winning mare Flourishing.  It's a beautiful female family with the dam a half sister to stakes' winners Amaryllis and Papilio - she traces back to the all conquering Habit through that female line.

Hello Youmzain, a dual Group 1-winning sprinter who included the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal ascot amongst his trophies, was responsible for newcomer Allee De Bercy - the filly came out on top in a three-way finish for the Prix de la Mere Marie over the minimum trip at Chantilly.

With a first crop of 115 in the Northern breeding time, Hello Youmzain has a strong opportunity to assert himself this season.  

His top offering at Karaka sold for $425,000, A$400,000 at the Inglis Easter Sale, and A$325,000 at the Magic Millions Sale at the Gold Coast with a 92 percent clearance rate across all yearling auctions.

“Hello Youmzain surpassed all expectations with his first crop of yearlings in the sale ring,” Cambridge Stud CEO Henry Plumptre said.

“He was well received by trainers and agents and will be well represented in the leading stables with his first crop of two-year-olds next season.”


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