Former Bart Cumming trained stayer Frightening sired his first winner at Toowoomba on Saturday evening.
Gonski mare Siwa Lady completed a hat-trick and notched the first black-type winner for her sire in the Oakbank Stakes (1100m) on Saturday.
It’s A Dundeel (NZ) made history in Arrowfield Stud’s famous black and yellow diamond silks in the $4 million Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2000m) at Randwick on Saturday.
Exciting filly Best Yet to Come has earned an important stakes victory for Woodside Park Stud in the LR Princess Stakes (1600m) at Eagle Farm on Sunday.
Brisbane’s winter carnival is on the radar for Sistine Demon after his runaway victory in the G3 Victoria Hcp (1400m).
Lincoln Farm stallion Beautiful Crown (USA) has been put down. He was 23.
Husson Lightning sired his third city juvenile winner this season thanks to a thriller at Ascot on Wednesday.
Leading owner-breeder John Richards won the SUPER VOBIS Horse of the Year crown with Ava’s Delight in 2012-13 and he was back with another Artie Schiller winner at Sandown on Wednesday.
Yarraman Park has increased the 2014 service of I am Invincible to $27,500 (inc gst).
Walking or Dancing (NZ) will relocate to Bowness Stud in 2014.
Rosemont Stud completed a city double this week while staff at the Gnarwarre nursery put the finishing touches on 17 yearlings being prepped for the Melbourne VOBIS Gold Sale.
The Full Federal Court of Australia has handed down a unanimous judgment dismissing the A I Appeal brought by Bruce McHugh.
Dash For Cash has settled into his new digs at Scenic Lodge without a hitch and the move west has coincided with a rush of winners since April 1.
An additional 25 yearlings have been supplemented into the upcoming Inglis Melbourne VOBIS Gold Yearling Sale.
Italy is set to have no internationally-recognised Group races from next year after a meeting of the European Pattern Committee resulted in the nation being axed from black-type accreditation.
German-bred stallion Lucas Cranach will stand at an unchanged fee of $5,500 (inc gst) at Bullarook Park Stud this year.
A flight over the Hunter Valley’s open cut coal mines has prompted a major foreign player in the thoroughbred industry to change his plans about establishing a stud in NSW.
Dual Doncaster Mile winner Sacred Falls (NZ) will stand at Waikato Stud later this year and the G1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes will have a big bearing on his service fee.
Erin Park stallion Ready As moved off the mark with his first winner at Tamworth on Tuesday.
Dalakhani will shuttle for a second southern hemisphere season to Cornerstone Stud in South Australia this year.
Woodman stallion Port Headland was represented by his first winner at Mt Magnet on Saturday.
Me Hungi confirmed he’s on course for the Warrnambool carnival with a last-stride victory in the Elmore Cup (1600m) at Bendigo on Saturday.
A day after he won the G2 WA Derby with Haradasun gelding Respondent, leading Sunspeed breeder Bob Peters sold Haradasun mare Fleeting Glance for top-price at the Magic Millions Autumn Sale.
Sunspeed champion Blackfriars sired his second winner of the G3 WA Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) on Saturday but it wasn’t the one pre-post punters had banked on.
Onadowntowntrain gave Brent Albuino a kick-start in the training ranks with a front-running victory at Ascot on Saturday.
Mexborough Boy was a different horse with the addition of blinkers on Sunday.
A Seidnazar filly topped the 2014 Capricornia Yearling Sale at Rockhampton on Sunday.
Ready to Act came from last to win the G2 Beaumont Stakes (1400m) at Keeneland on Sunday and it was readily evident she has even more room for improvement this year.
God’s Own became the second Victorian based sire – following Bel Esprit – to sire the winners of 100 races in Australia this season.
Group 1 sprinter Wanted sired his first winner when the aptly named Rough Justice saluted at Terang on Sunday.
A colt by New Zealand’s leading sire O’Reilly topped the NZB South Island Sale in Christchurch on Sunday.
Darley will be double-handed in the G1 Kentucky Derby with its Victorian based stallions Street Boss and Hard Spun.
Mossman’s golden run could have a surprise sting at the tail-end of the season in Brisbane.
Vinery freshman Big Brown claimed his first-black in Australian on Saturday when Wroclaw was runner-up in the LR Dequettville Stakes (1000m) at Morphettville.
Champion sire Redoute’s Choice took over at the top of the Australian sires’ premiership after his world-class sprinter Lankan Rupee won the G1 T J Smith Stakes (1200m) at Randwick.