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The Group ONE Performed son of Dream Ahead  Standing in QLD 2022. IMPECCABLE TYPE & TEMPERAMENT 


“He’s a lovely colt and as good a looking horse as you’d find anywhere” – Trainer Mick Pitman, Pitman Racing, NZ

Group One performing sprinter Sensei (Dream Ahead) has been retired from racing and will now look towards a career at stud. The Michael and Matthew Pitman trained stallion rarely encountered a good track due to the over irrigated course at Riccarton. He really should suit the firmer tracks generally encountered in Australia.

“I think he is a better horse than Enzo’s Lad, and Enzo’s Lad has won two Group Ones,” Pitman said. “He was a Group One capable horse.

He ran third in the Telegraph and was never on the track, he was four and five wide all the way.” Sensei has long held Pitman’s affections, and remains to this day the only horse he has bestowed a stable name.

Sensei Stallion, Dark brown, Standing at Stud
  • Sire: Dream Ahead (USA)
  • Dam: Schaparelli (AUS)
  • Dam Sire: Woodman (USA)
  • DOB: 28/08/2014
  • Height: 16.1 hands
  • Colour: Brown
  • Career: 26 6-6-5
  • QTIS registered
  • Service Fee: $5500 (inc)

Maternal Strength

Family has produced 2 Golden Slipper Winners

  • Sepoy
  • Canny Lad

Family has produced 8 Stallions which have sired Stakes winning progeny: 

  • Canny Lad
  • Sepoy
  • Ghibellines
  • Rothesay
  • D’Cash
  • Mulaazem 
  • Scandal Keeper
  • Untouchable  
  • Encryption – 2020 First season foals
  • Bivouac- New Sire 2021 

Sire Power

  • Time Form rating equal to the great Frankel
  • Champion European Two Year Old.
  • Champion Sprinter Europe as a 3yr Old
  • Sire of 60 Stakes Winners in 32 countries
  • As a Broodmare Sire he is off to a great start with his first runner a Group 2 Winner

Sire: Dream Ahead (USA) 2008

Sensei has beaten some very good Group ONE horses on the track. 

  • The Bostonian 
  • Melody Belle
  • Savvy Coup
  • Enzo’s Lad  
  • Signify
  • Rangipo
  • Age Of Fire
  • Start Wondering
  • Shadows Cast         

Sensei winning the Listed Hazlett Stakes (1200m). Photo: Wild Range Photography

STANDING    “Ashmore Downs”  East Greenmount  Queensland