Vinery sire Onemorenomore has finished a very successful season with a final-day winner at Tamworth.
Excitement machine Rich Enuff will kick-off his spring campaign in the G3 Heath Stakes (1100m) at Caulfield on August 29.
Former Arrowfield shuttler Gio Ponti (USA) was represented by his first winner in Canada on Friday.
Oratorio (Aus) began an early victory lap for the WA 2YO sires’ title on the penultimate day of the season at Pinjarra.
Trainer Kim Waugh is confident Puissance de Lune’s younger brother His Majesty can make an impact during the spring carnival after an eye-catching victory at Gosford on Thursday.
Reigning G1 Auckland Cup champion Rock Diva may head straight to Melbourne to open her spring preparation.
Lauriston Park has tapped into the Fastnet Rock sireline with his stakes winning son Rock Hero retiring to the Creighton’s Creek nursery this year.
Redoute’s Choice sire Decertare landed his first winner at Gosford on Thursday when Viscount Lad was successful in the On Point Locating Hcp (1000m).
Promising filly Loopy’s Ladies helped War Chant (USA) increase his lead on the WA first-season premiership at Belmont on Wednesday.
More Than Ready sire Polarmore has been retired to stand at Oxley Island Thoroughbreds in NSW.
The emergence of champion colt Wandjina has vindicated the decision by studmaster Phil Ibbotson to stand My Admiration at Westbury Park.
Vinery shuttler Congrats (USA) is building momentum at the back-end of the season and he came close to siring a two year-old double at Wyong on Tuesday.
Odds-on favourite Shore Runner looked anything but a sure thing when he was side-swiped soon after the start of the LR Lucky Coin Stakes (1100m) at Saratoga on Monday.
Mr Motown capped an amazing week for Oratorio (Aus) in the Goldfields Magic Millions Classic (1200m) on Sunday.
Group 1 star Trust In A Gust will launch his spring campaign in the G3 Aurie’s Star Hcp (1200m) at Flemington on August 8.
Blue Gum Farm sire Canford Cliffs has firmed into an odds-on favourite for this year’s first-season winners’ premiership in UK-Ireland.
Group 1 sprinter-miler Lucky Hussler is back in work for a second tilt at the G1 Emirates Stakes (1600m) at Flemington on November 7.
Excellent One added more black-type for Onemorenomore on Sunday when he was runner-up to boom colt Super One in the G3 Juvenile Championship (1200m) in Singapore.
Swettenham Stud graduate Good Baby enhanced his reputation as Malaysia’s best galloper in recent years with a fourth domestic Group 1 victory on Sunday.
Universal Ruler’s winning double at Belmont on Saturday was a timely reminder to broodmare owners with the covering season just weeks away.
Incoming Mogumber Park sire Safeguard was well received when he took centre stage at Bullsbrook last week.
Swettenham Stud shuttler Equiano (Fr) sired his first winner in North America when Lola Beaux scored a first-up victory at Penn National on Saturday.
Dynamic mare Brook Road will be set for more black-type after a comprehensive victory in the July Sprint (1100m) at Canterbury on Saturday.
Volcanic Ash has maintained the winning end-of-season run for Eliza Park International stallion Magnus.
The Inglis August Sale catalogue at Oaklands Junction on August 21 is now online.
Gnarwarre-based nursery Rosemont Stud reports Starspangledbanner has 16 mares in foal to northern-hemisphere time.
New Zealand two-year-old Gotham has been sold to continue his racing career in Hong Kong.
Racing legend and Australia’s most popular first season sire in 2014, Fiorente now has his first foal on the ground…and it didn’t take her long to get up and running!
Broodmare owners have the chance to snap up a service fee to some of Australia’s best stallions at the Inglis Sale at Oaklands Junction on August 21.
Al Shaqab Racing has supported its Swettenham Stud shuttler Toronado with a strong book of mares at the English National Stud this year.
Rangeview Stud stallion So Secret is finishing the season with a winning flourish and there’s more black-type on the horizon in the new season.
Blue Gum Farm shuttler Canford Cliffs (Ire) has stolen a march on his first-season rivals in Europe with 12 individual winners this year.
Chantski has made a late bid for Champion WA 2YO Filly honours with her fourth victory of the season at Belmont.
Walking or Dancing posted the first success of his stud career when Cultural Man produced a highly promising performance in the Lindemans 2YO Maiden (900m) at Cessnock on Monday.
Home Of The Brave became the fourth Group winner for Starspangledbanner in the G3 Minstrel Stakes (1400m) at the Curragh on Sunday.
Canford Cliffs (Ire) is making waves with his first runners in Europe this year and he landed a winning double at Maisons-Laffitte on Sunday.