The Group 1 Stradbroke Hcp (1400m) will be the next goal for Trust In A Gust when he returns from an injury-enforced spell.
Former Tareena Stud stallion Killy registered his first win in Canberra on Friday.
Supremely talented Husson gelding Looks Like The Cat has been sold to Hong Kong and will do his future racing under the care of leading local trainer Casper Fownes.
Dan Morton trained four winners in a row at Ascot on Thursday and among the quartet were the Oratorio three year-olds Orright and Oradol.
Alan and Birgitt McAlister are still floating on air after their Group 1 triumph with Magnifisio and they’re a winning chance again when He Or She steps out in Race 6 at Ascot this Saturday.
Rising stayer Resurrect will be set for the Group 3 Summer Cup after completing a November hat-trick in Sydney.
Musk Creek Farm graduate Eisenhower kept his unbeaten record intact with a front-running victory at Randwick on Saturday.
Weekend Beauty, the dam of 2008 Australian Horse of the Year Weekend Hussler, died on Monday aged 15.
Victorian Premier Dr Denis Napthine hopes to expand Victoria’s breeding industry if he is re-elected in Saturday’s State Election.
Super Six continued the winning run of Swettenham Stud sires in Singapore on Sunday.
Group 1 winner Dissident has been signed to stand at Newgate Farm.
Vinery sire Pluck has received another black-type update just six weeks out from his first yearlings going under the hammer at the Gold Coast Magic Millions.
Larneuk Stud stallion O’Lonhro moved off the mark with brilliant debut winner Black Magic in Singapore on Sunday.
Burwood Stud sire Masked Assassin opened his winner account in Victoria last weekend and then doubled up in Queensland on Sunday.
Global Flirt gave bookmakers a going away present when he closed out Super Saturday with a $93 victory in the LR Tattersalls Cup (2100m).
Trainer Vaughn Sigley has Group 1 plans for Black Heart Bart after the gelding’s remarkable victory in the LR Carbine Club Stakes (1400m) at Ascot.
Glenlogan Park stallion Rothesay registered his first win as a sire at Toowoomba on Saturday evening.
Lucky Unicorn mare Coastal Express displayed all her fighting qualities with a brave victory in Bayleys Bulls Cup (1400m) at Awapuni on Saturday.
There are lots of reasons why Magnus is currently working through his biggest (and arguably finest) book of mares at Eliza Park International this spring.
Host gelding Mighty Like has returned to racing with a surprise first-up victory in the City of Ballarat Tonks Plate (1200m) at Ballarat.
While Peter Moody was in Perth with Moment Of Change for the Winterbottom Stakes, his talented gelding Zuma Roc staged a last-to-first victory at Ballarat’s stand-alone meeting.
Statue Of Liberty started a Super Saturday for Eliza Park International at Ascot when his promising sprinter Liberty’s Gem won the LR Placid Ark Stakes (1200m).
Grampians breeder Maurice Noske has won the LR Ballarat Cup (2200m) with gift horse Mujadale.
Trainer Mick Price will take Testa Rossa gelding Making Mayhem to town after winning the VOBIS Gold Eureka Stockade (1400m) at Ballarat on Saturday.
The Gai Waterhouse trained filly Carriages has given Yarraman Park’s Hinchinbrook his first winner in the Magic Millions Clockwise 2YO Classic (1000m) at Ballarat.
Super Saturday at Ascot started with a super result for Yarradale Stud’s exciting first-season sire War Chant (USA).
Venice Beach joined the long list of Redoute’s Choice stallions to be credited with a winner on Friday.
Kambula Stud’s Toole family has been breeding and selling winners for three generations and the next crop of yearlings will be its 66th consignment at the majors.
Reset is making sure Bel Esprit isn’t a lay down misere for another Victorian sires’ premiership this season.