Americain’s first Kentucky crop received a Group 1 update during the Saratoga summer meet that finished on Monday.
Divertire has notched her first win for new trainer Joe Pride in the La Gioconda Hcp (1600m) at Wyong.
Trust In A Gust is giving his owners the ride of a lifetime and the journey is only just starting for the large syndicate.
Polanski will start covering his first book of mares on the Mornington peninsula this week.
Dick Turpin (Ire) had his first-crop yearlings change hands at the Doncaster Bloodstock Premier Sale last week.
A change of scenery has worked wonders for born-again mare Ididit (NZ).
Vinery shuttler Congrats has sired another two winners from his first Kentucky crop of two year-olds in North America.
Victorian owner-breeders Ed and Robyn Shakespeare have won the 2013-14 Swettenham Stud Victorian Country Racehorse of the Year award with their classy stayer Hurdy Gurdy Man.
Fresh from been named 2013-14 Victorian Breeders of the Year, David and Jenny Moodie claimed their first Group win of the season with Flamberge on Saturday.
Vinery sire Mossman received another accolade on Friday evening when his star youngster Admiral was named 2013-14 Tasmanian 2YO of the Year.
The Australian Thoroughbred breeding season will begin on Monday, Septembr 1 with the country’s stallions set to generate more than $300 million in income for their services.
Partisan Politics overcame interference to run out a convincing winner of the Listed P G Johnson Stakes (1700m) at Saratoga on Wednesday.
Victoria has another exciting crop of first-season sires beginning their stud careers next month and six of them paraded before the Inglis August Sale at Oaklands Junction.
Raheen Stud’s record at the Magic Millions 2YO Sale received another boost at the back of last season when Perfect Weapon won three times in four starts at Warwick Farm.
Quiet achiever Ustinov has made a great start to the new season, the Moorookyle Park Thoroughbreds resident represented by four winners in the last few weeks.
Standing a champion sire is like winning Lotto but studmasters all agree they’re worth a lot more than money in the bank.