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Haras Des Trotteurs is delighted to announce that Gr 1 and multiple Gr 2 winning stallion Classic Connection’s southern hemisphere rights have been purchased by Pat Driscoll.

Combining the very best of French and American bloodlines, the exciting newcomer will be the first European horse to shuttle downunder with his chilled semen available to both Australian and New Zealand breeders.

Classic Connection is a son of proven Sire of Sires Love You who currently has two of his sons in the Top 5 of the French sires list Royal Dream and Village Mystic.

Haras Des Trotteurs and Pat Driscoll wish to reward breeders and by breeding your mare with Classic Connection in 2021 you will avail yourself of a potential one off Aust/NZ $3000 cash breeder’s bonus, should the resultant offspring win as a 2 year old in an official race Australia or New Zealand.

This bonus – all of it, is going directly to the people that support our business the BREEDER.

Classic Connections dam - Crys Dream was the USA and Canadian 2yo of the year and we anticipate that his stock will hit the tracks running.

The new racing calendar has seen a significantly larger number of individual 2yo’s racing and we believe we will be paying out plenty of bonuses.

Also make sure you are a member of one of the following associations VSTA, NSW Trot or the NZSBA to also receive $500 off Classic Connections Service Fee.

Join the revolution and breed to the Gr 1 and multiple Gr 2 – Classic Connection

Terms and conditions of the bonus

Service fee and semen shipping is paid in full by 31/03/2022

Race is an official race meeting in any state of Australia and New Zealand

Bonus paid to the breeder that paid the service fee and account details nominated on the signed service contract.

Bonus will be paid to breeder once racing authorities have paid out the prizemoney to connections.

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