Happy days for All Too Hard

Birthday-boy All Too Hard celebrated more happy returns when Darhad became his 8th individual winner this month at Hawkesbury on Thursday.

Famous victory looming for Loxton

Kim Loxton enjoyed a dream ride with Boom Time in Melbourne last season but those celebrations will pale in comparison if Already Famous wins the LR Kalgoorlie Cup (2300m) this Sunday.

Richards in Luck with Grey Ghost

Ice Ghost has won the first 2yo trial of the season in Adelaide for Yarradale Stud sire Bradbury’s Luck.

Terrific week for Taunton Vale

Local mare Penalty Point put the finishing touch on a terrific week for Taunton Vale sire Demerit at Kalgoorlie on Sunday.

Rushing Fall a Rising Star

More Than Ready took centre-stage with Group 2 winner Uni at Belmont on Saturday and he sired another future star earlier in the day when her stablemate Rushing Fall took out a 1600m juvenile maiden on debut.

Uni on Point in USA

Former European stakes winner Uni (GB) showed a swift turn of foot to grab a Group 2 victory in the $400,000 Sands Point Stakes (1800m) in New York on Saturday.

Front-runners firing for Oratorio

Mungrup Stud champion Oratorio sired a pair of pace-setting winners in Singapore and Perth on the weekend.

Showgirl filly follows Winx

A few hours before Winx secured her 20th consecutive victory in the G1 George Main Stakes at Randwick on Saturday, she become an older half-sister to a filly by Exceed And Excel.

Pocket-rocket’s winning swansong

Beautifully-bred filly The King’s Widow will be retired to stud after notching another win for All Too Hard on Friday.

Pluck’s rich lode from Lauriston

Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm has an even better line-up for the 2017 Inglis Ready2Race Sale than the draft that topped turnover last year.

Full-cycle service from Blue Sky

Blue Sky Bloodstock, Australia’s leading purchaser of bloodstock at public auction in 2017, has announced a further extension to its existing bloodstock agency service.

Unusual Suspect relocates to NZ

Unusual Suspect (USA), a Group 1 winner of the Hollywood Turf Cup, has crossed the Tasman to stand at Letham Thoroughbreds in Wanganui.