Fresh from a very successful Super Saturday, the WA racing and breeding industries will reach out to current and prospective owners at Trackwork Breakfasts starting this Saturday morning at Ascot.
Highview Stud stallion Danroad has been sold to the Inner Mongolia Rider Horse Group.
Frosty Margarita was favoured to win the LR Key Cents Stakes (1200m) at Aqueduct on Sunday and she didn’t disappoint, delivering a front-running, never-in-doubt victory.
Dubai Escapade capped a winning day for Sunspeed breeders on Super Saturday with a narrow victory in the LR Tattersalls Cup (2100m).
Man Booker delivered the first stakes win for former Yarradale Stud sire Discorsi in the G2 WA Guineas (1600m) on Saturday.
Trainer Neville Parnham was confident Lenience would run a forward race first-up on Saturday even though the gelding was a market drifter before the Peace For Paris Hcp (1200m).
Several Victorian studs were on the bandwagon when Brendan McCarthy doubled up with Petite Reward (Moonee Valley) and Murt The Flirt (Ballarat) on the weekend.
Champion sprinter Buffering will head back overseas via the Gold Coast after a consummate victory in the G1 Winterbottom Stakes (1200m) at Ascot on Saturday.
Darling Downs stallion Regal Banquet opened his account at stud when Bob Mark’s Boy was successful at the Roma TAB meeting on Saturday.
Statue Of Liberty youngster Claro el Banco punched his ticket to the Gold Coast after a front-running victory in the $200,000 Magic Millions Clockwise Classic (1000m) at Ballarat.
It’s nice to break your maiden in a good race and that happened for promising Stryker gelding Metier when powering home to win the $100,000 VOBIS Gold Eureka Stockade (1400m) at Ballarat on Saturday.
Lang Lin and the Rider Horse Group have made a major impact in Australasia with classic colt Mongolian Khan and they returned to the Karaka 2YO Sale this week buying 25 horses including a $200,000 first-crop colt by Vinery sire Pluck.
The catalogue is now available for Book 1 of the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale in Sydney on February 6, 7 & 8.
New Zealand Bloodstock’s Ready to Run Sale set records for the fourth year in a row at Karaka this week.
This week’s NZB 2YO Sale leader-board highlighted the continuing influence of More Than Ready as a sire and sire of sires.
Victorian breeders and stallions batted well above average at the NZB 2YO Ready to Run Sale last week.
Hong Kong trainer Caspar Fownes is ready to take on the world with Eliza Park International graduate Gun Pit.
Commanding Dash gave Camperdown based part-owner Barry Phillips his first ever winner on Wednesday evening.
Rising star Bentles will be set for the Magic Millions carnival after completing a hat-trick at the Ipswich metro meeting on Wednesday.
Magnus import The Alfonso earned a trip across the causeway to Hong Kong after winning the G3 Macau Sprint Trophy (1000m) on Sunday.