Vinery graduate Wudang Mountain is on a Group 1 mission after another impressive victory in the McGrath Estate Agents Hcp (1400m) at Rosehill.
More Than Ready has unearthed another serious filly in New Zealand on the strength of Serious Satire’s first-up victory at Hastings on Saturday.
Cecconi celebrated the relaunch of his stud career in Australia with a four-length winner in Singapore on Friday evening.
Swettenham Stud stallion Americain (USA) has 15 yearlings catalogued for the world-renowned Keeneland Sale starting on September 14.
Fresh from winning his second Victorian 2YO sires’ title, Blue Gum Farm champion Turffontein can claim his first Group 1 when Fontiton resumes in the MVRC Moir Stakes (1000m) on October 2.
Outstanding sprinter Wink And A Nod is on track for a hat-trick of black-type wins at Belmont following a brilliant victory in the LR Idyllic Prince Stakes (1300m).
Contract Racing gelding Rough Justice collected the most incentives offered by VOBIS during season 2014-15.
Barakey’s younger half-brother Baraki Beats signed off his second campaign with another determined victory at Belmont on Wednesday.
Spendthrift Australia will hit the ground running when the 2015 breeding season commences on Tuesday, September 1.
Woodside Park’s German-bred mare Takenja has made an auspicious start to her Australian career in the Bushnell Outdoor Products Hcp (1400m) at Sandown.
Former Kiwi trainer John Sargent is assembling a strong team for his first full season in Australia and he unveiled another smart type when Dash For Love won a Randwick trial.
The catalogue for the upcoming Magic Millions Geisel Park Stud Dispersal Sale is now online for viewing.
Suspense kicked off his career with an easy victory at Gosford on Tuesday and it was also the first win for his sire Keano (NZ).
Buffering will defend his G1 Moir Stakes crown first-up at Moonee Valley on October 2.
Stallwalkin’ Dude won four straight at Aqueduct and Belmont earlier this year and he won again when racing for the first time at Saratoga on Sunday.
Chatswood Stud’s Blue Diamond winner Reward for Effort enjoyed a memorable 12 months to finish as the most successful Victorian first-season sire by winners and earnings for 2014-15.
Eliza Park International champion Bel Esprit successfully defended his Victorian sires’ crown in 2014-15.
Blue Gum Farm sire Turffontein has won his second Victorian 2YO premiership with earnings of $590,890 in 2014-15.
Bullarook Park’s Strategic Maneuver is beginning to make a mark with his first-crop three year-olds.
The Gold Coast Breeze Ups next month will showcase Raheen Stud’s readymade draft of 18 lots for the Magic Millions 2YO Sale.
Shore Runner maintained his unbeaten record on turf this (northern) summer with a trademark finishing burst in the LR Troy Stakes (1100m) at Saratoga on Saturday.
Trainer Stuart Williams supplied Dick Turpin’s latest winner in England on Saturday with capable filly Fable Of Arachne.
Congrats filly Flutterby coasted to a three-length victory in the LR Gold Mover Stakes (1200m) at Gulfstream Park on Saturday but the real star of the show was her trainer Jerry Bozzo.
Strykum landed the first stakes win for Three Bridges Thoroughbreds sire Stryker earlier this year and more black-type could be on the cards after her first-up victory in the Quest Moonee Valley Plate (1200m) on Saturday.
Classy Congrats filly Pangburn returned to winning form with an effortless two-length victory at Saratoga on Friday.
Trainer Neville Parnham is confident Musket gelding Sporting Image will mature into a Saturday horse for his wife Carol and Yarradale Stud owner Ron Sayers.
Admiral has been named Tasmanian 3YO Champion for 2014-15.
After a couple of false starts, a deal has been sealed for last-start Melbourne winner Most Wanted to race in Hong Kong.
Helmet topped the Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria (TBV) Stallion Nominations’ Auction held at Oaklands Junction on Friday.
Turnover at the Inglis August Sale on Friday reached $2.44 million with Chinese based Yu Long Investments dominating the leader-board at Oaklands Junction.
Best Bold has joined his stablemate Devils Pinch as the second Peter Moody trained winner this month by Swettenham Stud shuttler Equiano (Fr).
Former Coolmore Stud shuttler Sri Pekan has died in Turkey aged 23.
Darley stallion Von Costa de Hero and Eliza Park International sire Astronomer Royal (USA) have moved to Riverbank Farm in Benalla.
Trust In A Gust will miss the Victorian spring carnival after scans revealed the Group 1 winning sprinter-miler requires surgery to remove a bone chip from his stifle.
Frost Giant (USA) has returned to Yarradale Stud on the back of more strong support for his yearlings at Saratoga.
Blackfriars can break a LR Kalgoorlie Cup hoodoo with his last-start Belmont winner Young Lionel.
Two shares in Black Caviar’s sire Bel Esprit are among 88 supplementary lots added to the Inglis Melbourne August Sale this Friday, August 21.
Scenic Lodge will parade its stallions at Muchea this Sunday, August 23.
Dick Turpin has arrived at Mungrup Stud for his fourth southern book in Western Australia.
Champion French trainer Freddy Head targeted a well-bred colt by Vinery sire Myboycharlie at the Arqana yearling sale on Saturday.
Japanese champion sire Manhattan Cafe has died aged 17 at Shadai Stallion Station.
Darley Victoria shuttler Street Boss (USA) sired his 17th black-type winner when Petits Filous kept her unbeaten intact in the G3 MRC Quezette Stakes (1100m) at Caulfield.
Talented colt Gold Symphony has notched the first black-type win for Chatswood Stud’s champion freshman Reward For Effort in the G3 Vain Stakes (1100m).
Geisel Park Stud is to completely disperse its stock at an auction to be hosted by Magic Millions.
The first foal by Blue Gum Farm’s beautifully credentialed young stallion War is a striking colt out of Al Maher mare Irradiated.
Darley’s Victorian general manager Andy Makiv remembers a conversation he had with Godolphin’s trainer John O’Shea more than a year ago.
Canford Cliffs has just arrived back at Philip and Patti Campbell’s Blue Gum Farm in Euroa.
Qatar’s Al Shaqab’s star shuttlers, Toronado (Ire) and The Wow Signal (Ire) arrived safely at Swettenham Stud on Thursday evening.