Vinery sires framed the feature mile at Doomben on Saturday with three of their runners filling the quartet in the Brisbane Hcp-LR.
Pinhook Bloodstock (FBAA) agent Dave Mee developed a sharp eye for a horse as a boy growing up in the South Island of New Zealand.
More Than Ready (USA) joined the all-time greats when his filly Spring Heat won the Bonecrusher Stakes-Gr.3 in New Zealand on Saturday.
Vinery Stud’s strike-rate from the Gold Coast Magic Millions received another update in South Africa this week when Moon Shadow won his maiden at Greyville.
Godolphin import Big Blue (GB) topped the Inglis December Sale at Oaklands Junction on Friday when making $102,000 to the bid of Maher Bloodstock.
Paul Jordan struck again with a 2yo graduate from Yarradale Stud at Bunbury on Wednesday.
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Wilt the Stilt has scored a remarkable win at Bendigo within a week of emerging from quarantine.
Peter Walsh and his team at Amelia Park are hoping Gingerella’s win at Bunbury on Wednesday is a sign of things to come in the G1 Kingston Town Classic.
Victorian trainer Symon Wilde has more silverware lined up for Dodging Bullets in the $100,000 Werribee Cup (2000m) this Sunday.
Kendel Star, one of Australia’s oldest active sires, has died at Rivercrest Park in WA.
Catholic Boy has signed off another triumphant year for More Than Ready with a powerful four-length victory in Saturday’s Remsen Stakes-Gr.2 at Aqueduct.