Spirit Of Boom has towered over the Top 10 leader-board at the Magic Millions March Yearling Sale with 9 fillies and 1 colt selling between $430,000 and $220,000.
Sun Stud’s G1 Melbourne Cup winner Fiorente (Ire) sired his first winner at Ballarat on Tuesday.
Post-surgical complications have claimed the life of Testa Rossa sire Unencumbered.
Like A Butterfly caused a $21 upset when she led home a black-type quinella for champion sire Blackfriars in the LR Ascot 1000 Guineas (1800m) on Saturday.
Lady Cosmology has untapped potential according to trainer Simon Miller.
Coolmore champion Thunder Gulch (USA) has succumbed to advancing years at Ashford Stud in Kentucky.
Pocket dynamo Wee Cent has improved her record to 4 wins in 7 starts with another gutsy victory in the Purslowe Chipper Funerals Hcp (1000m) at Ascot.
Darley has reported its Group 1 winning stallion Poet’s Voice died after suffering a heart-attack at Dalham Hall Stud on Saturday. He was 11 years old.
Korilya Stud’s Ellie Giles notched another first with Raido in the LR Goldmarket (1200m) on Saturday.
Trainer Leticia Dragon has predicted a bright future over more ground for her Vital Equine (Ire) 4yo gelding Melting Point following a 1400m victory at Kranji.
All Too Hard filly Waimea Bay earned black-type during the Labour Day long-weekend and that’s set up a lucrative assignment at Randwick next month.
Champion Darley shuttler Elusive Quality has been put down due to the infirmities of old age in Kentucky. He was 25.
Choisir stallion Players Choice has moved off the mark at stud with front-running winner Loveson at the Sunshine Coast.
An excited all-girls syndicate have G2 Karrakatta Plate plans for their promising grey colt Chix Pic.
All Pluck is on a hat-trick after providing apprentice Lani Fancourt with her first city win back from injury on Wednesday.
Following a successful Inglis Premier Sale, Sheamus Mills Bloodstock (FBAA) was back in business with two of the top-priced lots at the Adelaide Magic Millions this week.
Amelia Park’s interstate gallopers Samovare and Petrology are knocking on the door for more black-type wins with Lindsay Park.
Former Swettenham Stud shuttler The Wow Signal (Ire) has died after battling laminitis in France.