Congrats can cap a very successful year with his first Kentucky bred two year-olds when Top Decile takes on all-comers in the G1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (1710m) on Saturday.
Kentucky Derby winner Big Brown reserved his best for the big stage and his stud career can climb to a new level at Flemington and Santa Anita this weekend.
Zenyatta has lost her latest foal in the week leading up to the 31st Breeders’ Cup.
Bring Something has notched another feature win for Northern Lodge this season with a tenacious victory in the LR Bendigo Cup (2400m).
Mossman, Myboycharlie and Testa Rossa dominated the Australian two year-old landscape earlier this year and their Vinery counterparts can make a similar impact in the Breeders’ Cup Juveniles this weekend.
World champion mare Black Caviar has tested positive to Widden Stud sire Sebring.
Victorian stallions Starspangledbanner and Turffontein head Australia’s first and second-season premierships going into the Melbourne Cup carnival at Flemington.
Son Of Something booked a berth in the G1 Kingston Town Classic after winning the LR Northam Cup on Sunday.
Lucky Unicorn stayer Silk Chardonnay is on the borderline to gain a start in the New Zealand Cup after a front-running victory in the South Auckland Cup (2400m).
Cuanzo is the latest Oratorio to present his credentials for the G2 WA Guineas on November 22.
Progressive filly Sebrella was too good for the boys in a competitive finish to the GBG Inglis Trophy (1400m) at Sale on Sunday.
Econsul (NZ) has a talented tandem act with Precious Gem and her younger brother Happy Money.
Saturday’s sizzling Ascot winner Lucky Street races for a syndicate that have been strong supporters of his sire Oratorio (Aus).
Hooked is well on the way to paying back a $600,000 price-tag for his new owners in Melbourne.
Turffontein filly Fontiton jumped brilliantly from an inside gate and then blitzed her rivals by six lengths in the RL Inglis Banner (1000m) at Moonee Valley on Saturday.
WinStar Farm has acquired a 50% share in More Than Ready’s latest Group 1 winner Daredevil.
Makybe owners Tony and Deslee Santic have farewelled their champion broodmare Tugela.
Harvey Crossman’s Lima Syndicate welcomed Castle Retreat back to winning form this week and they have another promising type by Mungrup Stud champion Oratorio ready to make his debut at Ascot this Saturday.
Contract Racing’s David and Jenny Moodie did Victorian breeders a huge favour when the industry first rolled out VOBIS.
Coolmore Stud has announced a second stallion relocation in as many days involving its Ashford Stud base in Kentucky.
Wyndholm Park stallion Captain Gerrard (Ire) sired his first Australian TAB winner at Ballarat on Thursday.
Westbury Park stallion Lucky Unicorn sired another off-shore winner when Smart Guy scored at Happy Valley on Wednesday evening.