Most Admired made an impressive, front-running debut for owner-breeder Dick Karreman at Geelong on Tuesday.
Casino Prince is powering towards a career-best season in Australia and for good measure he finished the Hong Kong season with resounding winner King Of Mongolia on Sunday.
The Sharon Miller trained It’s It really was ‘it’ at Belmont Park on Saturday, breaking through for his initial black type success in the LR Beaufine Stakes (1000m).
Group 2 winner Krupt has transferred to Kingsley Park in Tasmania.
Mungrup Stud-bred 2yo Charger has earned an $80,000 bonus for his connections after accumulating most prizemoney throughout the 2017 Aushorse Golden Horse series in Singapore.
Premier trainer Darren Weir will be double-handed for the Melbourne spring carnival with Scenic Lodge champion Blackfriars.
Last Saturday’s Flemington winner Super Haze looks a good buy for Louis Le Métayer’s Astute Bloodstock (FBAA).
Yarradale Stud stallion War Chant (USA) has clinched a hat-trick of premierships in his third season at stud in Western Australia.
Group 3 winner St Jean (Ire) has been retired to stand at Brackley Park in Victoria.
Tom’s Ready will use his victory in the Leemat Stakes-LR (1600m) as a springboard into the Saratoga season that runs between July 21 and September 4.
Group 1 Australian Derby winner Nom Du Jeu (NZ) has relocated to Raheen Stud after stints in New Zealand and NSW.
Trainer Lindsey Smith reckons the Hannans Hcp wouldn’t be the same without Flying Time.
WA-bred 2yo Fantastic Show has announced his arrival for campaigns to come with an explosive victory at Sha Tin.