Front And Centre Retires
In a statement released by Ridgemont Highlands, Dynasty’s stunning G1-winning daughter Front And Centre has been retired from racing and will now embark on the next part of her career – as a broodmare.
Today we welcome home one of our favourite daughters, Front And Centre (Dynasty), who brings genuine class, a feisty temperament, and the ultimate full black type racing success back to the farm.
Having won six of her thirteen starts (including four wins from her first four starts), with an extra four finishes in the places, she will most certainly add terrific quality to our broodmare band.
Trained by Brett Crawford and piloted by Anton Marcus, and Greg Cheyne, the two major highlights of her career were winning the Grade 1 Cape Fillies Guineas at Kenilworth in 2018, and the Grade 3 Diana Stakes at Durbanville in 2019.
The fact that she is a half-sister to one of our resident stallions Potala Palace (above), goes to show how much we believe in and love the families we create here at Ridgemont Highlands.
It goes without saying that we are extremely excited about her new career as a broodmare.