A 97% clearance rate was achieved at the Inglis Autumn Sale in Sydney on Friday.
Christie Woodard’s long-standing contribution to the thoroughbred racing industry was recognised on Thursday when she was honoured with the 2014 Wakeful Club Lady of Racing Award.
Mornington trainer Jason Warren was a winner on both counts with Pop Hero at Geelong on Thursday.
Emirates Park sire Artie Schiller continues to be a hit in the auction ring with a colt bringing $575,000 at this week’s Ocala 2YO Sale in Florida.
Musk Creek Farm owner David Kobritz has facilitated the future of another colt with stakes winning potential for Coolmore Stud.
Robert Heathcote takes Buffering to Randwick this Saturday full of confidence after training a treble at Doomben on Wednesday.
Colts by Shinzig and Good Journey topped Day 3 at the Adelaide Magic Millions yearling sale as spirited bidding from the opening two sessions continued at Morphettville.
Sunspeed-bred sprinter Pioneer Seven faces his toughest test in the G3 Merlion Trophy (1200m) at Kranji this Friday night.
Duble Barrel Daisy scored a special win for trainer Darren Weir at Moonee Valley on Monday.
Raheen Stud’s updates for the Magic Millions March yearling sale continued in full swing at Doomben on Saturday when Kiss Me Deadly was successful in the Gap Handyman Hcp (1600m).
A Snitzel colt topped the Adelaide Magic Millions yearling sale on Tuesday to the winning bid of New Zealand pin-hooker Mark Treweek.
Talented sprinter Dashiell was an omen tip at Geelong last week.
While Fiorente was busy earning accolades in Melbourne with his stunning Group 1 triumph in the VRC Australian Cup, his dam Desert Bloom was being covered by a champion Australian sire in France.
Fillies by Eliza Park Stud stallion Magnus proved popular during a buoyant opening to the Adelaide Magic Millions yearling sale on Monday night.
Dour stayer Outback Joe rekindled memories of champion mare Let’s Elope in the G2 Adelaide Cup (3200m) on Monday.
Champion Woodlands homebred Lonhro was inducted into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame in Canberra on Sunday evening.
Perth caller Darren McAullay got it right when he claimed He Or She would need to levitate to win the Budget Hcp (1200m) at Ascot on Saturday.
Gold Front Thoroughbreds filly Prete A Partir lived right up to her name with a winning debut at Ascot on Saturday.
More Than Ready passed another career milestone on the way to a sixth stakes winner in as many weeks on Saturday.
Melbourne breeders Robert and Deborah Anderson had a big say in another stakes winning weekend for Arrowfield Stud’s champion sire Redoute’s Choice.
One-time Independent Stallions shuttler U S Ranger opened his southern hemisphere account in Adelaide on Saturday.
Lankan Rupee shrugged his high-class rivals aside with a breathtaking turn of acceleration in the VRC Newmarket Handicap (1200m) at Flemington on Saturday.
Clifton Red was a fitting winner of the Group 3 TBV Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes (1200m) at Flemington on Saturday.
Boban bounced back to his brilliant best with a Group 1 victory in the Chipping Norton Stakes (1600m) at Warwick Farm on Saturday.
Zululand has stamped himself as a serious Group 1 player for The Championships in Sydney with a barnstorming victory in the G2 VRC Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) at Flemington.
Kitchwin Hills stallion Duporth moved off the mark with debut winner Advertencia in the TAB Maiden Plate (1000m) at Cranbourne on Friday evening.