Black-type beckons Miss Wahoo

Miss Wahoo has continued her rise up the ranks for trainer Tony McEvoy with a record-breaking victory at Morphettville

First foal by Mshawish

Swettenham Stud shuttler Mshawish (USA) became a father for the first time at Taylor Made Farm on Thursday.

Stitched Up in Canberra

Progressive stayer Stitched Up cruised home for local co-trainers Keith Dryden and Scott Collings in Canberra on Friday.

First winner by Dundeel

Cutadeel cut the ribbons for Arrowfield Stud stallion Dundeel (NZ) with a professional performance at Tauranga on Friday.

Free-kicks for Vinery at Karaka

Vinery sires All Too Hard and More Than Ready (USA) gave their yearlings a free-kick for the NZB Karaka Sale with Group victories during the summer carnival at Ellerslie.

Pluck expat commands Challenge Cup

Jade Theatre relished a return to turf with a commanding victory in the Hong Kong Challenge Cup (1200m) on Wednesday evening.

Gold-plated Sale for FBAA

The 2018 Gold Coast Magic Millions broke all records during Yearling Sales from Wednesday to Sunday through to the Summer Racehorse Sale on Tuesday.

Friar wires first win at Ascot

Friar Away had frustrated Justine Erkelens before finally hitting his straps in the TABTouch Maiden (1400m) on Saturday.

Ngawi nails Seacorp Plate

An amazing victory by Ngawi has sent Taunton Vale stallion Demerit to the top of the 2YO Sires’ table in WA.

McRosties Connect on Gold Coast

Prominent owners Barry & Jan McRostie have topped the Western Australian spend at the Gold Coast Magic Millions Yearling Sale.

Superior Filly from Darling View

Darling View Thoroughbreds led Western Australian vendors when Book 1 of the Gold Coast Magic Millions concluded on Saturday evening.

Sun shines on Blue Sky

Star Zoustar filly Sunlight capped a week to remember for Aquis Farm and Blue Sky Bloodstock (FBAA) agent Julian Blaxland at the Gold Coast on Saturday.

First winner by Fighting Sun

Platinum Mam’selle has opened her winning account and that of Sun Stud freshman Fighting Sun in the Kilbirnie Sports Premier (1200m) at Trentham.