Spendthrift Australia will transfer five mares to Kentucky next month in a move that underlines its rapid progress since establishing an Australian base at Romsey less than two years ago.
John Chalmers led Federation of Bloodstock Agents Australia (FBAA) with turnover of $402,000 at the Perth Magic Millions.
Sydney trainer Gary Moore has paid $265,000 for an I Am Invincible colt to top Day 2 of the Perth Magic Millions.
Amelia Park topped Day 1 of the Perth Magic Millions with a $325,000 Not A Single Doubt colt purchased Gangemi Racing.
Nothingilikemore lifted to another level with an awesome 5 length victory for John Size and Joe Moreira at Sha Tin on Sunday.
Touchstone Farm’s Ben Nelligan isn’t about to give up his day time (and night time) gig as a stud master, but reckons if he was into writing scripts, you couldn’t do any better than Precious Memories winning Saturday’s Listed Challenge Stakes (1500m) at Ascot.
Great Shot has given Scenic Lodge more ammunition ahead of this week’s Perth Magic Millions with a strong late run to land the LR Cyril Flower Stakes (1200m) at Ascot.
Ducimus has delivered a second juvenile stakes win for Oakland Park Stud this month in the Listed Talindert Stakes (1100m) at Flemington.
Ocean Park has sired his first winner and appropriately it was bred by the stallion’s trainer and former co-owner Gary Hennessy.
A grey brother to stakes winning mare Mabel Grace should make good money for Rivercrest Park at the Perth Magic Millions on Tuesday morning.
Trainer Chris Munce wasn’t surprised when Doubt She’s A Lady scored a $41 victory at Doomben on Wednesday.
Former Victorian galloper Noceur scored the first win for Bohannon (NZ) at Walcha’s TAB meeting last Saturday.
Rising Pluck 3yo Mongolian Wolf will be on trial for the Group 1 NZ Derby with two of his stablemates in the G2 Avondale Guineas (2000m) at Ellerslie on Saturday.
The Group 2 Silver Slipper Stakes (1100m) has attracted the strongest juvenile field of the season to Rosehill this Saturday but that hasn’t intimidated Anthony Cummings and his Pluck filly Lucky Louie.
Scenic Lodge sire Snippetson created a new record for the Tasmanian Magic Millions when his sister to Kenjorwood sold for $160,000 on Thursday.
The stars are aligning for Vinery freshman All Too Hard and it would be fitting if his first winner arrived in the Listed Talindert Stakes (1100m) at Flemington this Saturday.
Fremond has made a timely return to form at Ascot with the Perth Magic Millions starting on Monday.
Spendthrift Farm has welcomed the first Kentucky-bred foal by its Australian shuttler Hampton Court.
Yarradale Stud sire Scandal Keeper has received several recent updates prior to the Perth Magic Millions but none better than dynamic filly Fire Ant.
Julian Blaxland’s Blue Sky Bloodstock (FBAA) was the benchmark for buyers at the Inglis Classic Sale with 15 yearlings costing more than $1.58 million.
Champion sire More Than Ready completed an Inglis Classic Sale to remember for Vinery Stud when he topped the averages at $176,667.
Former Queensland shuttler Southwestern Heat (USA) has died at A&A Ranch in New Mexico.
Winx showed she was ready to give Sydney racegoers an autumn to remember with an awesome win in the G2 Apollo Stakes (1400m) at Randwick.
Tyreel Stud topped the Inglis Classic Sale with a $400,000 Not A Single Doubt colt destined for Hong Kong.
Vinery sires dominated the RL Inglis Classic (1200m) on Monday when Frolic defeated Sweet Deal in the $250,000 sales-related race at Randwick.
Black Heart Bart kicked off one of those days breeders dream about in the Group 1 C F Orr Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield.
More Than Ready filly Ektifaa slammed the colts with a stunning first-up victory in the G3 Tony Ruffel Stakes (1400m) at Turffontein on Saturday.
The fillies swept away with both features on Ladies Day at Pinjarra as the Magic Millions Western Australian races took the meeting to new ground in 2017.
Michael Mehegan has several options for front-running mare Prussian Vixen after she looked right at home in stakes company at Caulfield on Saturday.
Outstanding WA-bred galloper Black Heart Bart added yet another feature race to his incredible record when he cruised home to win Saturday’s Group One C F Orr Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield.