In a major coup for the local breeding industry, Scenic Lodge is proud to announce high-profile Hunter Valley stallion Snippetson has been secured to stand in Western Australia.
The Karrakatta Plate has long been regarded as Western Australia’s premier two year old race.
Vinery sires are ready to strike when The Championships move to Randwick and they have another two colts on the Kentucky Derby trail this Saturday.
Imperial Hawk (Aus) is on the way to bridging the gap between restricted company and black-type staying events for Chatswood Stud stallion Purrealist.
Euro Charline will return to England for the Royal Ascot meeting after finishing a creditable fourth in the G1 Dubai Turf (1800m) at Meydan on Saturday night.
Inglis Easter yearlings have started arriving at Newmarket and will be ready for inspections over the coming days.
Kirov Boy freewheeled to his first black-type success in the LR Pinjarra Cup (2300m) on Sunday.
Reset is back on top of the Victorian sires’ table and he owes the revival to G2 Tulloch Stakes (2000m) winner Hauraki.
The Inglis Australian Broodmare & Weanling Sale from May 3 to 6 is now online.
Group 1 winning mare La Tia has been retired and will be covered by top sire Candy Ride at Lane’s End Farm in Kentucky.
Lucky Street is being hailed one of Perth’s best two year-olds of the modern era after demoralising his rivals in the G2 Karrakatta Plate (1200m).
Exquisite Jewel came off a brave fourth placing in the G1 NZ Oaks to win the G3 Manawatu Classic (2000m) at Awapuni on Saturday.
The Anthony Cummings trained colt Rhode Assassin has given one-time Coolmore Stud shuttler Lookin At Lucky his first winner in Australian winner.
Jurasound swept the boards with a winning hat-trick in the $100,000 Mornington Guineas (1500m) on Saturday.
Bullarook Park freshman Strategic Maneuver gave Malcolm Boyd a winning welcome-home present on Saturday.
Victorian based Bob and Rosemary Scarborough will disperse their breeding stock at the Magic Millions National Sale starting on May 24.
Turffontein has sired the winners of 6 stakes races this season and his first Group 1 is in sight with top-class filly Fontein Ruby.
Lucky Hussler has landed the first Group 1 for Husson (Arg) with a power-packed victory in the William Reid Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley.
Khreshchatyk has come through his first test with flying colours at Hawkesbury.
More Than Ready has more black-type on the boil in Australia, South Africa and France this weekend.
Young stallions Host (Chi) and Kaphero have been relocated from Swettenham Stud to new homes in South Australia and NSW.
Caulfield Group 3 winner Shamoline Warrior sired his first winner at Avondale on Wednesday.
Outstanding galloper God Has Spoken will cover his first book of mares at Rivercrest Park Stud this year.
Trainer Mick Price is confident Ready For Victory will be more tractable going clockwise for the second time in the G1 ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) at Randwick on April 4.