The number of exciting young gallopers coming from the ShamExpress (O’Reilly) production line continues to flourish with the weekend success of Seiners Express at Flemington and Tsunami Sam at Ruakaka adding further to their sires burgeoning total.

3YO Seiners Express produced a powerful finish reminiscent of his sire when coming from the rear of the field to win the $150,000 VRC TAB Silver Bowl Series Final H. at Flemington and he is one of seven individual 3YO winners for his sire this season.
Seiners Express winning at Flemington

Debut 2YO winner Tsunami Sam, one of four winners from five runners by ShamExpress out of Savabeel mares, is yet another hugely talented galloper by the Gr.1 winning son of O’Reilly.

Tsunami Sam winning at Ruakaka
ShamExpress’ 2YO crop this season includes the Classic bound debut winner Shamus, Victorian winner Murrami Express as well as stakes performer Rangi Toa, recently sold to join the stable of Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott in Sydney.

Rangi Toa is the winner of his first two starts and was narrowly beaten in his third by highly regarded Turn The Ace (Turn Me Loose) in the Listed Waikato Equine Veterinary Centre S. at Te Rapa.
Debut winner Shamus
Exciting Australian 4YO Weona Smartone, unbeaten winner of his five starts this season, is another son of ShamExpress creating headlines, bolting in at his most recent start in Brisbane by 5 lengths.
Weona Smartone winning in Brisbane
ShamExpress owns a high first-crop stakes winners to runners ratio of 10.6%, that list headed by a trio of classy, stakes winning racemares - Coventina Bay, London Express and Embrace Me (a recent $700,000 sales graduate at the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale on the Gold Coast).

ShamExpress stands at Windsor Park Stud where his 2021 service fee has been confirmed at $6,000 + GST.