Sunspeed star Black Heart Bart has made a triumphant start to the spring carnival in a high-class renewal of the Group 1 Memsie Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield.
Arlington is off and winning at stud with Little Arli making the breakthrough in Canberra on Friday.
NZ-based Foreplay gelding Oh Romeo might be heading to Hong King following another very impressive win on Friday.
Look and Book. That’s the message – loud and clear – out of Swettenham Stud with Trust In A Gust leading up to this Sunday’s stallion parade at Nagambie.
Racing Australia’s Chief Executive Officer, Peter McGauran, has advised the Board he will not be seeking to renew his contract of employment on its expiration in December 2016.
Federation of Bloodstock Agents Australia (FBAA) have supplied a string of winners for clients in the first weeks of the new season.
A total of 344 quality lots have been catalogued for the Magic Millions 2YO Sale at the Gold Coast on October 11 & 12.
Spendthrift Farm scored with class colt Spirit And Fire at Canterbury last Wednesday and the Romsey nursery doubled up with explosive winner Into Orbit at Pakenham on Tuesday.
Puissance De Lune (Ire) will parade for broodmare owners at Swettenham Stud this Sunday on the back of another Group 1 victory for his sire Shamardal.
Queensland icon Buffering was named Queensland’s Horse of the Year for a record fifth time when the 2015-16 awards were presented at Doomben on the weekend.
While Real Impact was impressing breeders at Arrowfield Stud’s stallion parades, his three-quarter brother Neorealism was busy defeating Japanese champion Maurice in Sunday’s G2 Sapporo Kinen (2000m).
Rafaello maintained Australia’s unbeaten record in Singapore’s Group 3 Garden City Trophy (1200m) at Kranji on Sunday.
Larneuk Stud’s Nev Murdoch outlaid $15,000 for a maiden mare at Friday’s Inglis August Sale and minutes got it back when his homebred The Big Oh won at Corowa.
Winx drew a large crowd to Randwick on Saturday and the glamour girl didn’t disappoint her growing fan-base with a resounding victory in the Group 2 Warwick Stakes (1400m).
For a stride or two in the straight, Sweet Sherry looked like causing the biggest boilover in Golden Slipper history.
High Point Lodge stallion Globetrotter (USA) has been flying on the competitive Asian circuit in recent months with promising winners in Hong Kong and Macau.
Proisir gave Tony and Mario Falcone a great sight in the 2012 Cox Plate and they’re hoping his younger brother Divine Prophet can qualify for our weight-for-age championship at Moonee Valley on October 22.
Australian-bred sprinters are renowned around the globe having dominated the Longines IFHA Awards since 2008.
More Than Ready filly Nemoralia is back on track for the USA Breeders’ Cup after outclassing her rivals in the G3 City Of York Stakes (1400m) on Friday.
Last start Caulfield placegetter Palace Tycoon has topped the 2016 Inglis August Sale making $90,000 from the draft of David and Jenny Moodie’s Contract Racing.
Dash For Cash gelding Not A Blemish landed his maiden by a long-head at Mildura on Friday after skirting a sticky patch on the corner.
Normal service for Perth Racing resumed on Wednesday when Blackfriars sired a winning treble at Belmont.