Equiano colt Solar Flair got off the mark at the second time of asking in the British Stallion Studs Stakes (1400m) at Lingfield on Sunday.
Three Bridges Thoroughbreds was seen to advantage in the pin-hooking department with winners at Moonee Valley and Sha Tin over the weekend.
Big Brown filly Kiss to Remember rallied from just off the pace to win the LR Pago Hop Stakes (1600m) going away at Fair Grounds on Saturday.
Magic Millions is just around the corner and recent results have again showcased Woodside Park Stud’s ability to sell quality runners.
Written Tycoon sprinter Music Magnate has finished the year on a winning note for his sire at Canterbury.
Vinery Stud colt Headwater is destined for a decorated career on the bare evidence of a brilliant debut at Moonee Valley on Saturday.
Sureasyouwereborn will target more cups after a courageous victory in the Otago Cup (2200m) on Friday.
Raindance Maggie will step up to Group company following a festive-season victory in the Merry Christmas To All Hcp (1820m) at Ascot.
The bandwagon behind Dortmund has drawn quite a crowd but the Big Brown youngster wasn’t always so popular.
Mungrup Stud has high expectations for Group 1 winning stallion Dick Turpin’s first WA crop, to be offered at the Magic Millions Perth Premier yearling sale in February.
Darley Victorian stallion Kuroshio will shuttle to Overbury Stud in Gloucestershire following his initial southern book at Northwood Park.
Larneuk Stud’s Neville Murdoch was looking forward to a relatively quiet few weeks leading up to Christmas – the final foal having arrived and the stallions content after a busy spring.
Bendigo trainer Brad Cole was brimming with confidence on the way to Wangaratta with exciting Globetrotter gelding Harlem Star on Saturday.
First-starter London Line launched another winning weekend for Blackfriars in the Happy Birthday Aaron Rankine Plate (1000m) at Ascot.