Tertullian – Montfleur Bay 2008 16.1hh
- Gr.1 winner of over $1m in prizemoney
- Consistent Producer
Mawingo showed a great turn of foot bursting through a gap to win the Gr.1 Doomben Cup (2000m). However, Mawingo’s most notable performance in Australia was running an unlucky second in the weight-for-age Group 1 C.F. Orr Stakes (1400m), beaten by All Too Hard.
“He showed amazing speed and with any luck at all should have won“- Jockey Craig Williams after the C. F. Orr Stakes.
In addition to the success achieved in Australia Mawingo was also a Group 3 winner in Germany and a winner in Singapore over 1600m and he also ran 3rd in the Group 1 Singapore International Cup.
Mawingo’s pedigree is one of considerable depth. His sire, the globe-trotting Tertullian won five Group races in three countries. A son of highly successful Mr Prospector stallion Miswaki, Tertullian is a ¾ brother to Urban Sea, a sensation both on the track – winning the Group 1 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe – and at stud, producing the champion racehorses and outstanding stallions Sea The Stars and Galileo.
Mawingo’s dam, by the legendary Sadler’s Wells, hails from one of the world’s great stallion families, that of More Than Ready, Caerleon, Buckpasser, Woodman, Boucher, Rhythm, Private Account, Noble Bijou, Don’t Say Halo and Hula Chief.
“He is a lovely stallion with great conformation and an excellent temperament” – Graeme McCulloch
2022 Service Fee $2,750 inc GST Payable within 30 days of live foal
World Thoroughbred Rating: 116 (in 2012), 115 (in 2013).
At 3 years:
Munich Classic, Gr.3 (2000m)
3rd Frankfurt Metzler, Gr.3 (2000m)
4th Hamburg Derby, Gr.1 (2400m).
At 4 years:
BRC Doomben Cup, Gr.1 (2000m)
VRC Australia Plate (1600m)
3rd Brisbane Cup Gr.2
At 5 years:
Singapore Turf Club Stakes (1600m)
2nd MRC CF Orr Stakes Gr.1 (1400m)
3rd Singapore Airlines International Cup Gr.1 (2000m)
4th ATC Ranvet Stakes Gr.1 (2000m)
4th MRC Peter Young Stakes GR.2 (1800m)
Mawingo winning the 2012 Group 1 Doomben Cup (2000m)
Mawingo running second in the 2013 Group 1 C. F. Orr Stakes (1400m)