All You Wish (NZ) has helped Douglas Whyte establish an unbeatable lead in the Hong Kong premiership this season but the champion jockey is already looking ahead with the son of Thorn Park.
An outstanding list of supplementary entries have bolstered the catalogues of next week’s Inglis Yearling, Weanling and Bloodstock Sales.
Swettenham Stud shuttler Americain is at the cutting edge of a new era at Calumet Farm in Kentucky.
Speedy filly Bon Bonito posted the first win for Bon Hoffa as an odds-on favourite at Devonport on Sunday.
Boom sire New Approach topped the Perth Magic Millions Winter yearling sale on Sunday with an $80,000 colt offered by Oakland Park Stud.
Levin trainers Jane and Norman Wood are considering an Australian campaign for their promising galloper Pencuri (NZ).
Verrazano got his season back on track with a 9 length victory in the G3 Pegasus Stakes (1700m) at Monmouth Park on Sunday.
Black Tycoon led home a Group 3 quinella for champion sire Blackfriars in the Hyperion Stakes (1600m) at Belmont on Saturday.
Te Aroha trainer Lisa Anderson has transferred her two-year-old filly The Secret (NZ) to the Cranbourne base of Colin and Cindy Alderson.
Testa Rossa continued a late-season surge with his two year-olds when Pindan Pearl scored on debut at Morphettville on Saturday.
Owner-breeders Peter and Susan Scollard had done their homework when they bought a mare in foal to Written Tycoon at the 2009 Inglis Great Southern Sale in Melbourne.
Shamexpress has settled in well at Newmarket ahead of the G1 King Stand Stakes (1000m) at Royal Ascot on Tuesday.
Swettenham Stud sire Host (Chi) has broken through the $1 million prizemoney mark this season after Philippi was awarded the G2 Alister Clark Stakes by Racing Victoria.
Magic Millions graduates swept the three feature races at the Ipswich Cup day meeting with Peron, Anagold and Conservatorium.
Champion jockey Glen Boss rated Mr O’Ceirin (NZ) as a potential Group 2 horse after an effortless victory in the Printhouse Graphics Hcp (2040m) at Moonee Valley on Saturday.
Marotiri Miss (NZ) mastered a major rise in class to score a welcome victory in the Office Products Depot Hcp (1400m) at Awapuni on Saturday.
Yarradale Stud shuttler War Chant sired one of the most striking maiden winners in the USA this year when Enchanting Lisa routed her rivals at Presque Island Downs on Wednesday.
PPB Advisory, the Receivers of Lee Fleming Thoroughbreds, has entered 26 horses for the Inglis Weanling and Bloodstock Sale in Sydney on June 24 and 25.
Touchstone Farm heads to Belmont Park this Sunday with 10 Vital Equine yearlings for the Magic Millions Winter Sale.
Stable star Final Touch (NZ) is back in work with John and Karen Parsons at Christchurch in readiness for her last spring campaign.
There was a feeling of divine intervention on Thursday when Frankel’s younger half-brother Morpheus gave Lady Cecil a winning start to her training career at Nottingham.
Swettenham Stud sire Bianconi is within striking distance of 500 winners world-wide but only a handful have surfaced in Western Australia.
Sydney Triple Crown winner It’s A Dundeel (NZ) has returned to the Cambridge stables of Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman following a spell nearby at Henley Park.
Arinosa will be feted as the most-improved horse in Australia if she wins the Group 1 Tatt’s Tiara (1400m) at Eagle Farm on June 22.
Former Perth colt Brave Prince started his new career in Victoria with a very promising win on Sunday.
Buyers on the look-out for value and quality will be in for a treat on Sunday with Magic Millions conducting the Perth Winter Yearling Sale.
Mungrup Stud and its clients have catalogued 20 yearlings for the Perth Magic Millions Winter Sale this Sunday including five colts and a filly by Danehill Express.
Sunspeed breeders were active at the Magic Millions National Sale on the Gold Coast that ended its two-week run last Friday.
Mogumber Park sire Natural Blitz received an international update to his pedigree on Saturday and there’s another local one looming in the weeks ahead.