Classy sprinter Counterattack will retire to Kitchwin Hills this year after completing his winter engagements in the G1 Kingsford-Smith Cup and G1 Stradbroke Hcp.
Dash For Cash colt Chung Wah Spirit is tipped for a bright future in Hong Kong after winning the Districts Cup (1400m) on Sunday.
A $50,000 Frost Giant filly topped the Yarradale Stud yearling sale in WA on Sunday.
Melbourne Cup hero Americain (USA) sired his first southern-hemisphere winner when Geegee Blackprince powered home in the $30,000 Tasmanian Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) on Sunday.
Yarradale Stud maintained its winning momentum with a running double during Ascot’s Roma Cup card on Saturday.
Time To Test has bounced back from a long spell on the sidelines to win the Port Adelaide Cup-LR (2500m) for a good cause at Morphettville.
Scenic Lodge stallion Dash For Cash has sired another stakes-winning prospect in Victoria.
Mapperley Stud will stand Group 1 classic winner Puccini at its Matamata nursery in 2017.
Gerry Harvey has purchased a significant interest in Godolphin’s stakes-winning homebred Telperion.
Spendthrift Farm will not shuttle Hit It a Bomb (USA) to its Victorian base as initially planned this year.
Choisir’s Group 3 winner Worthy Cause is letting down for his first book at Clear Mountain Fairview in Queensland.
Group 3 winning sprinter Defcon has been retired to stand at Eureka Stud.
Federal Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce has confirmed the approval of government funds for an industry led research and development levy.
Pluck’s 3yo filly Knysa Rose (Aus) is finally finding her way in South Africa and the only way is up after she bolted in at Turffontein on Tuesday.
Victorian-based stallion Danesis sired his first winner when Nelsons Arch was successful in the Better Solar Maiden (2000m) at Werribee on Monday.
Scenic Lodge stallion Snippetson sired a 3yo double on Sunday to take his tally to 40 individual winners in that division this season.