The Blackfriars bandwagon is back in harness with four winners at Belmont this week.
Vinery shuttler Congrats was in the spotlight at the Magic Millions 2YO Sale on Tuesday and he will finish the week with two live chances in the Group 1 Alcibiades Stakes in Kentucky on Friday.
Big Brown filly Neverland overcame a slow start to charge home for a comfortable debut victory in the XXXX Gold Maiden (1400m) at Northam on Monday.
A precocious Dr Doute’s filly will race in Singapore after changing hands at the Magic Millions 2YO Sale on Tuesday.
Vinery sire Husson (Arg) topped Patinack Farm’s Dispersal of yearlings with filly from Group 1 mare Devil Moon on Monday.
The Big Browns are winning the world over and the Vinery sire’s latest Irish winner arrived with first starter Military Angel at Roscommon on Monday.
Mares in foal to All Too Hard or with foals at foot by the Vinery stallion dominated the leader-board during the opening session of the Patinack Farm dispersal on the Gold Coast.
VOBIS Gold poster-boy Trust In A Gust proved he’s a genuine Group 1 horse in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield on Sunday.
Rich Enuff is a firming favourite for the G1 Caulfield Guineas after extending his unbeaten three year-old record on Sunday.
Trainer David Hayes is quietly confident of winning his first Group 1 of the season with Afleet Esprit in the Thousand Guineas (1600m) at Caulfield in a fortnight.
Vinery shuttler Big Brown sired his 10th stakes winner when California-based sprinter Reno Rebel landed the LR Asparagus Stakes (1200m) on Saturday.
Mossman stallion Akacheeta was represented by his first winner at Port Macquarie on Sunday.
Bunbury breeder Dan Love celebrated the success of Blackfriars gelding Prentice at Belmont on Saturday and he’s also betting on another winner with young stallion Famous Roman.
Australian Group 1 winner Seville has been retired to stand at Heritage Stallions in the United States.
Exciting Swettenham Stud graduate Khutulun returned to racing with a brilliant victory in the Askin Hcp (1300m) at Sandown Hillside on Saturday.
Innisfree Thoroughbreds owner Andy O’Shea and his wife Carol greeted Sandown winner Kakanui with mixed emotions on Saturday.
Trainer Robert Heathcote has declared Buffering one of the world’s best sprinters after the gelding’s gutsy victory in the G1 Moir Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley.
Roc de Cambes (NZ) moved off the mark when his filly Reminisce made a good impression first time out at Otaki on Thursday.