SYDNEY group-winning juvenile Krupt will stand this spring in Tasmania at Rohan and Ronny Gudden’s Kingsley Park Thoroughbreds in southern Tasmania.
A good looking son of champion sire Flying Spur, Krupt always showed immense ability in training and at just his third start won the Group Two Todman Stakes and was a one-time favourite for the Golden Slipper.
Injury immediately following his Todman win robbed racegoers from seeing just what heights Krupt could reach with the injury resulting in early retirement.
From relatively small books, with his oldest progeny five, the quality sire has produced impressive winners all around the country.
This season Krupt has been thrust into the spotlight by producing 30 winners from just 54 runners with progeny earnings of over $1.1 million.
His group performed sprinting son Cashed has been flying the flag in great style with a Group 2 placing at weight-for-age beating home superstar sprinter Lankan Rupee on his resume. Cashed is a last start metropolitan winner for his Adelaide-based connections.
Krupt’s other winning progeny include stakes performer Trupt, Sydney winners Quantrill and Termele, Melbourne winners Skulduggery and Electric Tribute and Brisbane winners Nardoo and Rebel Miss.
“We are delighted to be standing Krupt as our first stallion at our farm at Cygnet,” said Kingsley Park’s Rohan Gudden.
“He is a top-class stallion with excellent conformation, a lovely nature and he boasts an excellent fertility rate of 90 per cent.
“This is only the tip of the iceberg for Krupt. We are sure that he will be very well received in Tasmania.
“He’s a proven sire that is sure to do well. He possessed speed and he is passing that on to his progeny and they are training on at three and four – they are durable and tough.”
Krupt will stand at a value service fee of $2,200 (inc GST) – the service comes with a live foal guarantee with the fee payable on live foal.
For further information please contact Rohan Gudden on 0400 682 099 or Ronny Gudden on 0418 532 160.