The most expensive yearling ever sold in Victoria, the most expensive yearling sold in the world this year and the most expensive yearling ever by star stallion I Am Invincible.
Emerging Hong Kong-based buyer Mr Little Hung is forming a serious affiliation with quality colts by Snitzel at the Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale.
Pluck (USA) colt Cogliere has qualified for the $400,000 Country Championship Final at Randwick on April 1.
Gangbuster became the 36th stakes winner for Blackfriars in the $100,000 Lex Piper Stakes (1600m) at Ascot on Saturday.
Silent Sedition has added another feature win to her resume with a dominant front-running victory in the Group 3 Mannerism Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield.
Black Heart Bart continued his affinity with Caulfield winning the Group 1 Futurity Stakes (1400m) on Saturday.
Boom Time has won four in a row in Melbourne and is primed to build a picket-fence in the Group 1 Australian Cup (2000m) at Flemington on March 11.
Honey Steel’s Gold is being set for a unique double after returning to winning form in the Marong Cup (2200m) at Bendigo last Saturday.
Spendthrift Australia will transfer five mares to Kentucky next month in a move that underlines its rapid progress since establishing an Australian base at Romsey less than two years ago.
John Chalmers led Federation of Bloodstock Agents Australia (FBAA) with turnover of $402,000 at the Perth Magic Millions.
Sydney trainer Gary Moore has paid $265,000 for an I Am Invincible colt to top Day 2 of the Perth Magic Millions.
Amelia Park topped Day 1 of the Perth Magic Millions with a $325,000 Not A Single Doubt colt purchased Gangemi Racing.
Nothingilikemore lifted to another level with an awesome 5 length victory for John Size and Joe Moreira at Sha Tin on Sunday.