Big Brown three year-old Southern Icon began fulfilling his potential with an explosive 11 length victory in the Cal Isuzu Stakes (1400m) at Te Rapa on Saturday.
Temper Mint Patty put a strong field of fillies to the sword in the LR New York Oaks (1700m) on Friday.
Shamardal’s Group 1 grey Crackerjack King has been retired to stand at Oakside Park in South Australia.
Peter Moody and Luke Nolen shared a G1 Blue Diamond Stakes with Reward For Effort and they’ve combined for his 8th first-crop winner with talented colt Gold Symphony.
I’m In Charge landed a confident gamble winning the High Autonomy Hcp (1200m) at Sha Tin on Wednesday.
Former Vinery stallion Twining (USA) has died, aged 24, in Japan.
Vinery Stud, in partnership with the China Horse Club, has acquired a significant interest in exciting Group 1 winning two-year-old Press Statement.
Yarradale Stud will add Vital Equine (Ire) to its Gidgegannup roster this year.
Darley has designs on the Dubai carnival for its exciting More Than Ready filly Vicennalia.
Bel Esprit has settled in at Eliza Park International Queensland in preparation for the 2015 breeding season.
Halling colt Jack Hobbs has given his sire an overdue classic first, after some near misses, in the G1 Irish Derby (2400m) at the Curragh.
Equiano filly Fly On The Night ran right away from her rivals with a front-running Group 3 victory in the Prix du Bois (1000m) at Chantilly on Monday.
Artie Schiller gelding Twickenham has booked his ticket to the G1 Singapore Derby (2000m) on July 12.
Magic Millions managing director Vin Cox confirmed the company’s commitment to the Western Australian industry at the Perth Winter Sale on Sunday.
Pak Lok Angel showed an impressive turn of foot to win his first black-type event in Macau on Sunday.
A sensational weekend for Canford Cliffs continued on Sunday when his filly Most Beautiful won the G3 Grangecon Stud Stakes at the Curragh.
Group 3 Street Cry winner Hurdy Gurdy Man has been retired to Moorookyle Park in Victoria.
More Than Ready colt Ready To Attack has charged home from 10 lengths off the pace to win the G3 Langerman (1500m) at Kenilworth.
In-form trainer Lindsey Smith has a black-type assignment ahead of Madassa after the Vale Takeover Target (1000m) at Belmont.
Chantski ensured the WA first-season premiership will go down to the wire after her brilliant first-up victory at Belmont on Saturday.
Blue Gum Farm stallion Canford Cliffs was represented by his first stakes winner when Painted Cliffs surprised in the G2 Railway Stakes (1200m) at the Curragh.
Dash For Cash gelding Dodging Bullets made his city debut a successful one at Flemington on Saturday.
Gold Bundle has struck form since transferring to Darwin and he will be set for the Top End’s premier sprint after a convincing victory in the ROANT Cup (1300m).
Wanted sprinter Rough Justice has inherited his sire’s affinity with Flemington’s famous straight course to win Heat 5 of the Creswick Stakes Series (1100m).
The Spendthrift Farm team was kept busy during the Great Southern Sale taking bookings to its four foundation stallions.
Group 1 winning mare Silent Achiever (NZ) was flown to England this week to be covered by Frankel.