Prospects of The Tin Man becoming another Group winning sprinter by Equiano (Fr) moved a significant step closer after he made a winning return in the LR Leisure Stakes (1200m) at Windsor.
Trainer Vern Brockman topped Sunday’s Yarradale Stud yearling sale with $54,000 for a colt by Scandal Keeper.
Rosemont Stud proprietor Anthony Mithen was upbeat after watching his stallion Nostradamus in the G1 Goodwood (1200m) on Saturday.
Atlantic Express had excuses for a midfield finish at Flemington on Saturday and he’s sure to win one soon for Victorian owner-breeder Glenn Whittenbury of Barree Pastoral.
Victorian-bred sprinter Fantasy Art won again for Modewarre nursery Ladyship Lodge at Greyville on Friday night.
After a timely reminder of Written Tycoon’s dominance of the Australian 2YO Sires’ Premiership last weekend, Woodside Park Stud in partnership with Inglis Digital reminds breeders the first of five nominations to Written Tycoon will be live on bloodstock.com.au this week.
Darley freshman Helmet broke into black-type ranks when Archives claimed the LR Hampden Stakes (1200m) at Doomben on Saturday.
Darren Weir labelled Black Heart Bart the perfect horse to train following the G1 Goodwood (1200m) at Morphettville.
New Mungrup Stud sire I’m All The Talk has received a black-type update within days of arriving in WA.
Snippets Land has produced a barnstorming finish to snatch his second win at Listed level in the BRC Sprint (1350m) at Doomben.
More Than Ready produced another filly of exceptional quality when Deremah demoralised her rivals in a French Oaks trial at Fontainebleau on Thursday.
Leading WA nursery Yarradale Stud will conduct its 8th annual yearling sale with 47 lots going under the hammer at Gidgegannup this Sunday.
Bombora Downs will stand international Group performer Dandino (GB) at Bittern on the Mornington peninsula in 2016.
The award for Not A Single Doubt’s most progressive horse this season is rather crowded.
The 2016 Inglis Great Southern Sale is set to offer the largest selection of weanlings in the southern hemisphere and, going on the most recent pin-hook results, the sale should be at the top of the list for all astute investors.
Rivercrest Park Stud has announced its service fees for 2016 and breeders can inspect resident sire God Has Spoken at the Magic Millions Winter Sale in June.
Gifted Sydney sprinter I’m All The Talk has been signed by Mungrup Stud to serve his first book in Western Australia this year.
Spendthrift Australia has set fees for its current roster of four stallions that will stand the 2016 breeding season.
All American sprinter Zebulon has aggravated an off-fore tendon injury and will miss the G1 Goodwood (1200m) at Morphettville this Saturday.
High-priced yearling Prontezza stood up to be counted when the chips were down at Moe on Monday.
Leading trainer Darren McAuliffe completed a landmark double with Military Reign and Military Ruler at Belmont on Saturday.
A half-sister to G1 Blue Diamond Stakes winner Extreme Choice set a new record price of $115,000 at the Inglis HTBA Scone yearling sale on Sunday.
Magnus galloper Malaguerra will head straight for a million-dollar showdown in the G1 Stradbroke Hcp after collecting his first Group 1 in the BTC Cup (1200m) at Doomben on Saturday.
Leading stallion operation Sun Stud has announced the introduction of the ‘Sun Club’, an exciting opportunity for broodmare owners to secure lifetime breeding rights in two of the Stud’s promising sires – Ready For Victory and Jabali.
Desert King mare Real Love shattered the Doomben track record with a stunning victory in the G3 JRA Cup (2000m) on Saturday.
Written Tycoon has increased his lead at the top of the Australian 2YO Sires’ table following Winning Rupert’s gutsy Group 2 victory in the Champagne Classic (1200m) at Doomben.
Anthony Mithen has added to his Tavistock collection with the purchase of well-bred mare Galaktika (NZ).
Morvada staked his claim for the classics with an outstanding three-length victory in the LR Oaklands Plate (1600m) at Morphettville Saturday.
Prince Cheri (Fr) has been retired to Royston Stud in Innisplain where he will stand for an introductory service fee of $6,600 (inc gst).
Speedy filly Kilmah has seen off a smart nursery field at Newmarket to notch the first win for Sepoy in the northern hemisphere.
Nemoralia merely had to be pointed in the right direction by Frankie Dettori to win the LR Michael Seely Memorial (1600m) at York on Friday.
Superstar Frankel has launched his stud career in style thanks to a promising debut win by Cunco at Newbury.
Barbass has taken out the $100,000 Inglis Challenge (1100m) at Scone to provide former Darley sire Benfica with his first winner.
The Inglis Great Southern Sale in Melbourne next month contains the largest selection of foals at any southern hemisphere auction in 2016.