Harvard Man hob-nobs at Royal Ascot

Swettenham Stud shuttler Equiano (Fr) stepped up his sizzling start to the year in Europe with another two juvenile winners on Friday.

Vendors preview Inglis VOBIS Gold Sale

Inspections are in full-swing for the Inglis VOBIS Gold Sale and a round-up of vendors at Oaklands Junction suggests the following yearlings will be popular with buyers.

Craven Sale spotlights Canford Cliffs

Blue Gum Farm shuttler Canford Cliffs topped Day 1 of this week’s Tattersalls Craven Breeze-Up Sale with a 300,000gns (AUD 610,860) colt destined for Hong Kong.

Resonates Matched with Sessions

The owners of Resonates have chosen Oakland Park’s new sire Sessions for the free service won as part of her victory in the LR Matchmaker Stakes (1430m) at Ascot.

First winner by Red Hot Choice

Red Hot Choice is the latest son of Redoute’s Choice to sire a winner following Chillie Storm’s barrier-to-box victory at Bunbury.

Gold-plated weekend for Victoria

The buzz of excitement is building for the inaugural Victorian Owners & Breeders Raceday at Caulfield on Saturday and the Inglis VOBIS Gold Yearling Sale starting on Sunday.

Another Star for Starspangledbanner

Rosemont Stud stallion Starspangledbanner sired his 4th stakes winner when racing returned to Newmarket for the first of this year’s English classic trials on Wednesday.

Group 1 brief for The Barrister

The Inglis VOBIS Gold Yearling Sale has received numerous updates since the catalogue went to print with a highlight being the brother to last Saturday’s Randwick stakes winner The Barrister.

First winner by Coubertin

Regally bred stallion Coubertin was represented by his first winner on Wednesday.

My Poppette firing for Snippetson

Incoming Scenic Lodge sire Snippetson is firing in the juvenile division and Melbourne filly My Poppette is among 7 of his two year-olds winners this season.

Cluster joins Larneuk Stud

Larneuk Stud has signed Fastnet Rock’s Group 2 winner Cluster to join its Euroa roster in 2015.

Top 10 roster at Arrowfield Stud

Multiple Australian champion sire Redoute’s Choice heads the 10-strong Arrowfield Stud roster for a $110,000 (inc gst) fee in 2015.

Sacred Falls retires to Waikato Stud

Trans-Tasman Group 1 winner Sacred Falls will join the Waikato Stud roster for a $30,000 (plus gst) service fee this year.

More Victorian winners from Vinery

A Mick Price double has helped Onemorenomore climb into the Top 5 on the second-season wins table this season.

Speed machines by City Place

Flying mare Aquinnah captured her first black-type victory for Yarradale Stud sire City Place (USA) at Gulfstream Park on Sunday.

Well-timed winner by Oratorio

Coruscation will never be rated anything more than a capable Saturday horse but he picks the right time to turn up for Oratorio (Aus).

High-class roster at Swettenham Stud

Adam Sangster has assembled the best line-up of stallions at Swettenham Stud since he took full ownership of the Nagambie property a decade ago.

Special delivery by Delicacy

Leading owner-breeder Bob Peters collected his fourth WATC Derby trophy in the last five years when Delicacy beat the colts in the Group 2 classic at Ascot on Saturday.

Two miles suits Nicely

Grey stayer Ask Me Nicely turned back the clock for a courageous victory in the inaugural $100,000 Western Australian Cup (3200m) at Ascot on Saturday.

Blazing fillies by Turffontein

Turffontein jumped the blocks with Fontiton earlier this season and he has another promising two year-old filly in Brisbane named Faint Blaze.

Hover scores hollow win for Starcraft

Rosemont Stud resident Starcraft has sired his first two year-old winner of the season and he did it in style thanks to a five-length runaway by Hover at Trentham.

First winner by Jayemzed

Bee Jay Zed posted the first win for Jayemzed when he overhauled front-runner Echuca Jewels in the Condo’s Horse Transport Maiden (1100m) at Bendigo on Saturday.