More Than Ready’s Group 1 winning mare More Than Sacred is peaking at just the right time for New Zealand’s feature staying events over Christmas and the New Year.
The 2014 Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale is now available online. A total of 775 lots will be offered over four days from Sunday, March 2 to Wednesday, March 5.
You Will Be Queen is a one-dimensional filly and that’s just fine by her trainer Lindsey Smith.
Musket filly Must Be Mink lived up to the hype that preceded her eye-catching debut in Launceston on Wednesday evening.
Absalon can complete a career-best year for Vinery sire Mossman in the G2 Villiers Stakes at Randwick this Saturday.
Inglis has relocated 8 horses from BC3 Thoroughbreds which entered voluntary administration earlier this week.
Former Woodlands Stud shuttler Desert Prince will serve under a fifth flag when he transfers to France in the New Year.
Super Kid moved off the mark at stud when Lindsay Park gelding Super Hunter was a decisive winner of the D & M Stockfeeds Plate (1980m) at Tatura.
Comfysofa is doing a super job for his connections while sustaining a 50% winning strike-rate.
Caulfield Guineas winner Long John leads the exodus of Darley horses bound for the northern hemisphere.
Queensland racing has lost two of its leading lights with the deaths of Greg Grant and Helen Coughlan.
Ascot’s Kingston Town Classic card was a moving feast for Sunspeed breeders Ron Sayers (Yarradale Stud) and Eddie Rigg (Geisel Park).
Sheikh Mohammed will send his new acquisition Dancing Rain to New Approach in 2014.
The total number of mares covered by stallions in England and Ireland this year fell by 3% to 6,734.
Thoroughbred Breeders Australia (TBA) has allayed concerns that may arise following an article in Fairfax newspapers on Monday.
High-profile owners Keith Biggs and Rod Russell weren’t the only celebrating after Rose Of Choice won the LR Jungle Dawn Classic (1400m) at Ascot.
Newton Prince notched the first black-type win for former Scenic Lodge sire Universal Prince at Ascot on Saturday.
An Australian bred Exceed And Excel gelding topped the Hong Kong International Sale at Sha Tin on Saturday.
Perth galloper Chinetti packs plenty of horse-power which isn’t surprising – he’s named after legendary Alfa Romeo driver Luigi Chinetti.
So Secret kick-started his second-crop with a superb win by Hobart Jones at Ascot on Saturday.
Lucky Hussler scored a feel-good victory for the comeback combination of Kent Fleming and Jason Taylor in the G3 George Moore Stakes (1200m) on Saturday.
Vatican is blessed with a brilliant turn of foot and that helped him score a breakthrough victory in the LR Doveton Stakes (1000m) on Saturday.
Unencumbered will be given the opportunity to emulate his sire Testa Rossa in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic in January.
Danerich has unearthed another potential stakes winner in the shape of Lord Of The Sky.
A 2yo Exceed And Excel filly topped the Inglis Summer Sale at Newmarket on Friday when making $76,000 to the bid of agent Karl Brown.
Racing Queensland has announced a bonus scheme to generate more interest in fillies at the March Magic Millions yearling sale after a downturn in prices in recent years.