Rock N Roll Heaven provides big winners in Queensland

Rock N Roll Heaven had a big Constellations Carnival in Queensland thanks to Swayzee and Balboa Rock.

Swayzee took out the richest race of the carnival, the Group 1 Blacks A Fake, with a bold front running performance which saw him get the best of his younger half brother Leap To Fame.

While always a talented horse, Swayzee has gone to another level since joining the stable of Jason Grimson and he now sits amongst the top echelon of Free For All pacers in Australia.

Bred by Paul Kahlefeldt’s Redbank Lodge Standardbreds and is out of the Art Major mare Lettucereason.

While amongst the two-year-olds Balboa Rock was victorious in the $156,000 Albion Park Gold Final – the richest race for two year olds in Queensland.

The Emma Stewart trained pacer proved too good for his rivals as he sprinted clear of Dele Row (Art Major) and Synchronizer (Art Major).

Bred by Monarch Farm, he is out of the Perfect Art mare Paris Highlights and was a $32,500 purchase by Summit Bloodstock at the 2022 APG Gold Coast sale.

Rock N Roll Heaven continues to enhance his resume as a leading stallion. He has now sired 61 Southern Hemisphere stakes winners, including 20 Group 1 winners.

He will stand the 2023/24 season for a fee of $7,000 (incl GST) in Australia and $6,500 (plus GST) in New Zealand.