Group 1 winning stallion Rebel Dane will stand at Swettenham Stud from the 2017 season.
Glenlogan Park has announced it will not be standing stallions for the foreseeable future.
Old warrior Bellotto has died at Rosden Park in South Australia.
Geisel Park Stud owner Eddie Rigg has flagged his plans to upgrade Western Australia’s stallion ranks with news of his new arrival Vert De Grece (Ire).
Group 1 Middle Park Stakes winner The Last Lion will shuttle to Darley Kelvinside in NSW this year.
The equine products of Greta West Stud can do no wrong of late.
Lim’s Cruiser has kicked-off his latest campaign with a stunning victory in the Group 3 Rocket Man Sprint (1200m) in Singapore.
Lincoln Hills landed the first win for Vinery freshman All Too Hard when he cruised to a debut victory in New Zealand on Sunday.
South African star Brazuca is the latest Vinery graduate to put his name in the mix for a Group 1 victory this season.
Yarradale Stud stallion War Chant (USA) is a bona-fide Group 1 sire in Australia after Silent Sedition’s victory in the MVRC William Reid Stakes on Friday but there’s a lasting legacy from his final crops at Three Chimneys Farm in Kentucky.
Trainer Ciaran Maher set Jameka specifically for Saturday’s Group 1 BMW and she made sure the result was never in doubt at Rosehill.
Silent Sedition’s well-deserved victory in the William Reid Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley is a Group 1 first in Australia for Yarradale Stud sire War Chant (USA).
Star Turn can cement his place as Australia’s Champion 3YO Sprinter in the Group 1 William Reid Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley on Friday night.
Material Man completed a south-west carnival clean-sweep for Yarradale Stud in the Listed Bunbury Cup (2200m) on Thursday.
Vinery stallions dominated the Doomben midweek meeting with 4 of the 8 winners on Wednesday.
A first-crop son of Newgate Farm sire Sizzling topped the Millions Gold Coast March yearling sale on Tuesday.
Champion WA 2YO colt Lucky Street has been signed to start his stud career at Darling View Thoroughbreds this year.
Russian Revolution added his name to the growing roll-call of Group 1 graduates from Vinery Stud on Saturday.
Charge Forward will relocate from Arrowfield Stud in a deal with his breeders and Murrulla Stud.
Rangeview Stud stallion So Secret can win a second Karrakatta Plate with Wacked Out at Ascot on April 1.
Three-time Group 1 winner Frosted, the highest-rated son of Champion American stallion Tapit, will join the Darley stallion roster at Northwood Park in Victoria this year.
American Star was sent to Perth to help promote Geisel Park sire All American and he began fulfilling that job description on Saturday.
Kiss Bang Love has provided Taunton Vale sire Demerit with his first black-type winner in the G3 Gimcrack Stakes (1100m) at Ascot.