Scenic Lodge has released its service fees for 2016 with general manager Jeremy Smith announcing champion sire Blackfriars remains at $12,000 (plus gst).
Strong buyer competition continued during the third session of the Inglis Broodmare and Weanling Sale on Tuesday with the average climbing 34% to $63,695.
Former Woodside Park shuttler Elzaam (Aus) sired his first winners in Europe with King Electric (Curragh) and Berkshire Boy (Bath) on Monday.
Sunspeed-bred three year-old Roy’s Roll’s Royce broke through for a well-deserved victory in the SA Racing App Plate (1400m) at Scottsville on Sunday.
Vinery Stud’s annual stallion parade will be held next week to coincide with the Scone Cup carnival.
Ridgeview Park Stud has announced its service fees with newcomer Onemorenomore heading the five stallions on duty at Muskerry East this year.
Doncaster Bloodstock’s Les Young received the inaugural Bryan Muschialli FBAA Award at a function in the Inglis Newmarket Room on Monday evening.
YuLong Investments topped the first session of breeding stock at the Inglis Sale on Monday with $735,000 for Hussonet mare Extremely.
The Australian national anthem was played across Sha Tin on Sunday following the stunning last to first victory of Chautauqua in the G1 Chairman’s Sprint Prize (1200m) in Hong Kong.
Peter Walsh sponsored the the Amelia Park Hcp (1600m) when racing returned to Belmont on Saturday and he kept the cash when Tonto powered home for his first win since November.
Redoute’s Choice colts Redouble and Swear launched Spendthrift Farm’s Australian racing operation with a winning double in Sydney last week.
Strong competition for foals at the Inglis Broodmare and Weanling Sale saw buyers secure 162 lots at a healthy clearance rate of 85% on Sunday.
Three Bridges Thoroughbreds has kept the service fees for its young sires Stryker and Unencumbered unchanged for 2016.
Victorian-bred colt Tarnham notched the first Australia win for Darley sire Helmet at Dalby on Saturday.
Geisel Park Stud resident All American sired his fourth stakes winner when comeback galloper Zebulon scored a stunning victory in the LR City Of Adelaide Hcp (1400m) at Morphettville.
Benalla-based studmaster Russell Osborne has signed Flemington stakes winner Late Charge to stand at Riverbank Farm.
Cranora Park owner Janet Hadow is a part-time breeder with a full-on ambition to keep raising horses like her Hong Kong winner Victor Emperor.
Tavistock’s rise to the upper echelons of New Zealand stallion ranks has been extraordinary and that’s been reflected in his service fee at Cambridge Stud.
Group 1 winning Randwick miler Kermadec has joined the Darley Kelvinside roster in the Hunter Valley.
Buoyed by the addition of exciting new stallions in Ready For Victory and Jabali, Sun Stud has announced 2016 stallion fees for both its Victorian and Queensland farms.
Speed-on-speed attracts breeders and buyers in the modern-day market and Vinery Stud newcomer Headwater has both in spades.
Trueantallan Lodge resident Spielmeister received a reprieve from Fran Gammon after siring two winners in the last week.