Ontrack boss Grant Morgan’s decision to buy a grey colt at last June’s Magic Millions Sale proved to be a masterstroke.
The Not A Single Doubt colt was a son of Warpath and that pedigree is flying with both the stallion and mare in rare form recently.
Not A Single Doubt has left Group One winners Farnan (Golden Slipper) and Shout The Bar (Vinery Stakes) on consecutive Saturdays and Warpath’s breeding record is not far behind.
On Saturday her daughter Positive Peace extended a wonderful run of winning form to lead all the way in the Group Two Emancipation Stakes to extend her run to five consecutive wins in Sydney.
Ontrack’s grey colt is Warpath’s sixth live foal and she has now had five foals to race and all have been winners.
The Not A Single Doubt-Warpath colt was offered at the Gold Coast June Sale in the Bhima Thoroughbreds Draft and Grant Morgan purchased him for $70,000.
His dam Warpath is a seven times winning daughter of Reset and her form is not too dissimilar to Positive Peace.
She recorded her seven wins from only 13 lifetime starts for Sydney trainer John O’Shea and four of the wins came in a row with the last win coming in the Listed Aspiration Stakes at Warwick Farm when she defeated the Queensland Oaks winner Miss Keepsake.
Warpath’s last race was in the Group One Coolmore Stakes and it seems that race is also on the programme of Positive Peace.
At stud Warpath has produced Alkashef (stakes placed), Gracious Grey (2 wins), Waruna (4 wins), Positive Peace (8 wins) and Rotator (stakes placed winner).
The grey Not A Single Doubt colt is named Calcareous and he’s in the early stages of pre-training before heading for a new preparation with Toby and Trent Edmonds at the Gold Coast.
Meanwhile Warpath has a yearling filly by Your Song and is in foal to So You Think.
At stud Warpath has left four grey foals and the colour comes from Linamix, a French stallion who is her grandsire.