More Than Ready filly Consumer Credit pounced late to land more back-type in the G3 Sweetest Chant Stakes (1600m) at Gulfstream Park on Saturday.
Champion South African sire Fort Wood has died at Mauritzfontein Stud in Kimberley.
Darley Victoria shuttler Street Boss (USA) signed off Moonee Valley’s Saturday meeting with a running double via Scarlet Billows and O’Malley.
Swettenham Stud owner Adam Sangster had all the bases loaded when Hong Kong Captain claimed the $150,000 VOBIS Gold Star (1500m) at Moonee Valley on Saturday.
Wonzzee is on track for the G3 Bow Mistress Trophy next month after a last start victory in Launceston.
Sunspeed breeder Neven Botica will showcase the first NZ bred yearling by his French Group 3 winner Dalghar at the Karaka Premier Sale on Monday.
Inglis has finalised its 99th annual Easter yearling sale to be held on April 7, 8 & 9 in Sydney.
Dash For Cash sprinter Onerous has made a one-act affair of his return to racing in the Tour of Victoria Hcp (1109m) at Seymour.
Champion European first-season sire Lope De Vega opened his Australian account in style at Seymour on Thursday.
Rangeview Stud’s So Secret – Conamore filly received another winning update for the Perth Magic Millions at Pinjarra on Thursday.
Eliza Park International has a new addition to the roster with Adam Henry joining the sales and nominations team.
Stingray will have a Group 2 in sight when he starts first-up in the Schweppes Super VOBIS Hcp (1000m) at Moonee Valley this Saturday.
Eliza Park International stallion Statue of Liberty can continue his winning run in Perth if Dawn Approach butters up in the LR Miss Andretti Stakes (1200m) at Ascot on Saturday.
A promising pair of Big Brown fillies made for mixed blessings among bookmakers at Ascot on Wednesday.
Trainer Marco Botti has given a green light for Euro Charline to be set for the G1 Dubai Turf (1800m) on March 28.
Australian sprinters have again been recognised as the world’s best in 2014.
Cranbourne trainer Udyta Clarke was overwhelmed when Heza Dude won the Land Engineering Plate (1200m) at Mornington last month.
Rosmartini looks an early winner for Geisel Park’s first-season sire Proart after scooting clear in a Belmont trial on Monday morning.
Mungrup Stud’s Williamson family finished a whirlwind week as major sponsors of the annual Grapes & Gallops meeting at Mt Barker on Sunday.
Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome has been named 2014 USA Horse of the Year.
Sacred Star has given Diggers Rest breeder Mark Ruff his first Group 1 winner in the Telegraph Hcp (1200m) at Trentham.
Viscount stayer Tick Tick Bloom is bred to win a Perth Cup and trainer Adam Durrant will head that way next season.