Equiano (Fr) sired his 7th winner for the season when Jason Warren sent his promising filly Orvassa to Echuca on Monday.
Sunday’s G1 Kranji Mile was expected to be another easy win for Spalato, unbeaten in all 8 of his Singapore starts.
Swettenham Stud dominated the LR Maribyrnong Trial Stakes (1000m) at Flemington on Sunday with top-class filly Sweet Sherry holding out the brilliant finish of Kinetic Design.
Refreshed from routing last week’s Kalgoorlie Cup, Blackfriars switched the focus to Perth’s feature race on Saturday and he dominated again with Black Heart Bart in the LR Birthday Stakes (1200m).
Woodside Park stallion Written Tycoon produced a star of the future on Saturday when his flashy colt Capitalist was an eye-catching winner of the LR Breeders’ Plate (1000m) at Randwick.
Andreya’s Reward became the third stakes winner for Spendthrift Australian shuttler Warrior’s Reward (USA) in Florida on Saturday.
Three Bridges Thoroughbreds stallion Stryker fired up with a short-course juvenile winner at Morphettville on Saturday after siring a staying double last weekend.
More Than Ready filly Serious Satire has laid down the gauntlet to her NZ 1000 Guineas rivals with a breathtaking finish to the G3 Gold Trail Stakes (1200m) at Hastings.
What Choux Want (NZ) delivered Jimmy Choux’s first win as a sire at Hastings on Saturday.
Arrowfield graduates notched both Group 3 features at Sha Tin on Thursday with Not Listenin’tome (National Day Cup) & Contentment (Celebration Cup) and there’s plenty more Arrowfield talent raring to go in Hong Kong this season.
Champion sprinter Buffering won his third G1 Moir Stakes (1000m) amid wild celebrations at Moonee Valley on Friday night.
A change of scenery could have been the catalyst for Hay Presto to win his maiden at Wyong on Thursday.
More Than Ready (USA) is a global phenomenon as a sire and sire of sires and now his daughters are part of a burgeoning career as a broodmare sire.
Victorian breeders are the winners following the announcement today of the $1.50 million VOBIS Sires program, a significant addition to the Victorian Owners and Breeders Incentive Scheme (VOBIS).
Gilgai Farm owner Rick Jamieson has been a valued Vinery client for many years and he bred a very impressive Onemorenomore winner at Mornington on Wednesday.
Mogumber Park graduate Glacier Blue has broken new ground for Brett Prebble at Sha Tin.
Street Boss is firing on several fronts and the Darley Victoria shuttler opened up another stakes-winning avenue in Ireland on Monday.
Premiership trainer Peter Moody prepared his third winner by Swettenham Stud sire Equiano (Fr) this season when Jay Venture scored a front-running victory at Mornington on Tuesday.
Blackfriars ticked another box in the black-type department when Woodsville won the LR Kalgoorlie Cup (2300m) on Sunday.
Former shuttler Congrats completed a quick-fire hat-trick of black-type wins when Flutterby and Haveyougoneaway saluted in the USA on Sunday.
Three Bridges Thoroughbreds celebrated a winning weekend with two of its graduates winning in town while resident sire Stryker weighed in with a couple of promising provincial winners on Saturday and Sunday.