Super Winner commenced his career in style with sizzling four-length victory at Kranji on Friday night.
Group 2 performer Oriental Ruby topped the Inglis Melbourne August Sale when making $105,000 at Oaklands Junction on Friday.
Trainer Gino Poletti has been patient with Playboy Persona and the gelding began paying him back in the Plantagenet Pork Maiden (1300m) at Northam on Thursday.
Darley sire Helmet topped the six stallion nominations auctioned during the Inglis August Sale at Oaklands Junction on Friday.
An unreserved auction of Patinack Farm bloodstock and real estate will take place at the Gold Coast Magic Millions next month.
Samaready’s half-sister Samartested stepped forwarded as the next stakes winner from her family with a determined victory in the Cove Hotel Hcp (1400m) at Sandown-Hillside on Wednesday.
Trust In A Gust was a clear winner of the VOBIS Racehorse of the Year which was awarded at the Crown Entertainment Complex on Sunday.
Equiano’s explosive start to his stud career was reflected at the Arqana yearling sale on Monday when his second-crop colts sold up to 90,000 euros (AUD 129,205).
Tom Reilly has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Thoroughbred Breeders Australia and Aushorse.
Trainer Helen Harding was weighing up whether to spell promising stayer Get Round It before he won the Goldfields Tatt’s Cup (2300m) in Kalgoorlie on Sunday.
Trainer Darren McAuliffe rated Ram Jam a stayer with future after a Pinjarra maiden in July 2013 and that prediction is playing out in full this year.
Leading owner-breeder Ian Bell celebrated a successful start to the season in the Darwin Cup and the winning run will continue with his Bianconi mare Cannes Coni.
Eliza Park International’s new kid on the block Fiorente has been named 2013-14 Victorian Horse of the Year.
More Than Ready colt Nucifera handled the step up to stakes company in style when running out an impressive winner of the LR Prix Francois Boutin (1400m) at Deauville on Sunday.
Receiving Victoria’s Broodmare of the Year award for Citrium was a bitter-sweet moment for Greg Willis on Sunday night.
Greta West Stud stallion God’s Own has jumped the blocks with 13 winners of 14 races midway through the opening month of the new season.
Euro Charline became the first filly in history to defeat older mares in the G1 Beverly D Stakes (1900m) at Arlington on Saturday.
Ustinov mare Albonetti is primed for her best prep this season after storming to a first-up victory at Morphettville.
Trainer Peter Morgan believes Star Rolling could have won last year’s Caulfield Cup but for being balloted out of several lead-up events.
Lloyd Kennewell has labelled Get The Nod as the best horse he’s ever trained ahead of the G1 Caulfield Guineas in October.
Eliza Park International continued its support for incoming sire Fiorente at the Inglis Spring Sale in Sydney on Friday.