Congrats filly Temper Mint Patty made astonishing improvement to annihilate a Belmont stakes event by 13 lengths on Sunday.
Equiano (Fr) sired his first stakes winner at Ayr on Saturday and then doubled up in a rich sales-related race an hour later at Newmarket.
Gold Coast sprinter Final Crescendo is on course for a crack at the Melbourne spring carnival following a brilliant victory at Doomben on Saturday.
Trust In A Gust banked another VOBIS Gold cheque while making short work of his rivals in the Le Pine Funerals Hcp (1400m) at Caulfield on Saturday.
Front-runner Rough Justice broke through for his first metro win in the Pancare Foundation Plate (1000m) at Caulfield on Saturday.
Trainer Richard Hannon is in two minds whether to spell his promising colt Desert Force or keep him in work for some juvenile jackpots next month.
Tarcoola Stud owners Ken Williams and Ken Biggins unearthed another galloper with Group potential at Mornington on Wednesday.
Newmarket trainer David Simcock has reported Trade Storm exited from his G1 Woodbine Mile victory in good order.
Yarradale Stud shuttler Frost Giant was represented by a $100,000 yearling at the Keeneland September Sale on Wednesday.
Barcode will be winning better races than an Ararat maiden according to jockey Jack Hill.
Casino Prince took the honours at Newcastle’s two-day spring carnival when his mare Fine Bubbles won the G3 Tibbie Stakes (1400m) on Thursday.
Melbourne based Rob Harding has been a successful owner for over 20 years and he’s embraced the new VOBIS Gold initiatives with New Zealand mare Orutan.
Mungrup Stud played another winning hand in the Goldfields on Wednesday when Sireeze powered home in the LR Hannans Hcp (1400m).
Champion Darley sire Street Cry has been euthanized after succumbing to complications relating to a neurological condition.
Caulfield’s Moloney family supplied the second winner this week from a prominent Rangal Park family at Mornington on Wednesday.
Crafty trainer John Sadler caught bookmakers off-guard with a long-priced gamble on Benny Dee at Benalla on Tuesday.
Vinery sire Onemorenomore has unearthed a precocious youngster among his latest crop of two year-olds in Perth.
The countdown has begun for the Inglis Charity Boxing at Randwick this Saturday night.
Oratorio has a second Group 2 WA Guineas in his sights with promising galloper Outlaw Pete.
Vinery shuttler Congrats (USA) has enjoyed a phenomenal start to his stud career in North America and now it’s the turn of his first southern two year-olds to take Australia by storm.
Patronize popped up with a winning double at Belmont on Saturday thanks to his consistent sprinters Jest Envy Her and Miki Two Toes.
Trainer Colin Webster has been around too long to get carried away with last-start Belmont winner Settlers Creek.