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Racing Horse & Breeding News

  • Japanese Champion Maurice sires first winner

    Japanese Champion Maurice put his first winner on the board when 2YO colt Kaiser Nova won his first start in good style at Hakodate in Japan on Saturday. He is prepared by Japan’s current leading trainer Yoshito Yahagi, known in Australia as the man who trained last year’s Cox Plate… Read More »

  • Has a rare Blue Hen mare been uncovered?

    There is a mare in NSW called Pinocchio – and this is no lie – but this mare is starting to look like a bona fide blue hen. Blue hen mares are rare. They are the ones that just keep producing superstars each foal, and so far this mare, who… Read More »

  • Canterbury winner a future stallion prospect?

    Did we see a new stallion hope race at Canterbury yesterday? I think so, but the main question is: would you send a mare to him? His name is Embracer, a strong winner over 1200m at BM 70 level carrying 58kg. He showed great toe to lead and tremendous fight… Read More »

  • Snitzel wins second Australian General Sires’ Premiership

    Arrowfield’s all-conquering Champion Sire Snitzel has made breaking records his dedicated profession. He swept past his own Australian season earnings record back in February and is about to claim his second consecutive Australian General Sires’ Premiership with a staggering total of more than $29 million. He also retains the 2YO… Read More »

  • Snitzel to stand for $220,000

    Champion sire Snitzel will stand at a career-high $220,000 at Arrowfield Stud in the upcoming breeding season. Snitzel has continued where he left off in 2016/17 with 25 stakes winners this season including Group One winners Trapeze Artist, Redzel, Russian Revolution and Golden Slipper winner Estijaab. During the recent yearling… Read More »

  • Snitzel dominates Day 1 of The Championships

    Snitzel emphatically stamped his dominance on a superb Day 1 of The Championships at Royal Randwick with a Group 1 quinella, a Group 3 quinella and two Group 1 placegetters adding $2.6 million to his prizemoney in a season that already exceeds every expectation. His sons, Golden Rose winner Trapeze… Read More »

  • Caravaggio to shuttle to Australia

    Caravaggio is the latest addition to the Coolmore Australia stallion roster for the next breeding season. The sprinter was unbeaten at two and won last year’s Commonwealth Cup (1200m) for three-year-olds at Royal Ascot. “Caravaggio was a very mature two-year-old that developed into an awesome sprinter,” Coolmore Australia boss Tom… Read More »

  • Dual Guineas winner Churchill to shuttle

    Dual Guineas winner Churchill will stand at Coolmore Australia in the southern hemisphere season. By champion European sire Galileo, won the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket and the Irish equivalent last year. “I travelled to Ireland last week to inspect a number of stallions and I was blown away by Churchill”… Read More »

  • Ribchester to stand at Darley Australia

    Multiple Group One winner Ribchester will stand in Australia in the next southern hemisphere breeding season. Godolphin’s dual European champion miler will join the Darley roster at Kelvinside in the NSW Hunter Valley in the spring. Ribchester set a track record for Ascot’s straight mile when he won last year’s… Read More »

  • First winner for Animal Kingdom

    Dubai World Cup and Kentucky Derby hero Animal Kingdom registered his first winner on Wednesday, when Arrowfield’s home-bred 2YO filly Earth Angel won on debut over 1200 metres at Ballarat. There was no mistaking her parentage as the imposing chestnut filly stretched out in the home straight to score by… Read More »

  • Darley Press Release: Street Cry dies aged 16

    Darley and Godolphin’s leading sire and outstanding Dubai World Cup winner Street Cry dies aged 16 Street Cry, one of the world’s most successful stallions and a cornerstone of Sheikh Mohammed’s racing and breeding operations for the past 14 years, has been put to sleep at the age of 16… Read More »

  • Carlton House retired, to stand at Darley Australia

    Carlton House, Her Majesty The Queen’s talented son of Street Cry who performed at the highest level in both hemispheres during a racing career that spanned four years, will stand at Darley’s New South Wales stud for the forthcoming breeding season Campaigned in Europe until the end of his four-year-old… Read More »

  • Animal Kingdom foal delights US visitor

    The arrival of Animal Kingdom’s first foal this week was greeted with plenty of excitement at Arrowfield Stud, but no-one was more excited than American visitor Conrad Bandoroff. And with good reason. Conrad’s parents Craig and Holly Bandoroff own and manage Denali Stud in Kentucky where Animal Kingdom himself was… Read More »

  • Not A Single Doubt: leading sire of 2YO winners

    Not A Single Doubt will end the 2013/14 season as Australia’s leading sire of 2YOs by winners, with 24 notched up by the end of racing on 26 July. That tops the 23 2YO winners by Redoute’s Choice in 2004/05 and Exceed and Excel in 2010/11 and sets a mark… Read More »

  • Redoute’s Choice & Snitzel make Premiership history

    Redoute’s Choice and Snitzel are now only days away from completing an unprecedented quinella in the 2014 Australian General Sires’ Premiership. It is the first time since the inaugural publication of the Australian General Sires’ table for the 1883/84 season that a father and son have finished first and second…. Read More »

  • Lonhro sets record for winners in a season

    Lonhro, one of the modern-day greats of the Australian turf, is now a record-breaking sire. A poster boy for the Darley stallion roster, Lonhro sired his 156th individual winner for the Australian racing season on Thursday. When his three-year-old daughter Cilla’s Choice won at Geelong, the victory took Lonhro beyond… Read More »

  • Frankel foal fetches more than $2 million

    The first progeny of Frankel to be sold at public auction has fetched STG1.15 million ($A2.1 million) in a package which includes his mother Crystal Gaze. Ireland’s Coolmore snapped up the colt and his dam who is in foal again to Frankel. MV Magnier, son of Coolmore Stud owner John… Read More »

  • Rush is Charge Forward’s 14th stakeswinner

    Arrowfield graduate Rush became Charge Forward’s 14th stakeswinner when he took out the Penang Anniversary Cup 1200m LR on Sunday. It’s a rather special race to win. The Penang Turf Club has revived the Anniversary Cup this year to celebrate its 150th anniversary this year. It will be run again… Read More »

  • Teeley Sale of a Generation makes history

    Fifty-seven lots sold for a touch over $23 million at an average of $404,158 – the Teeley Dispersal at the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale really did live up to its tagline, “The Sale of a Generation”. It’s also safe to say it’s the first time, at least in Australasia,… Read More »

  • Million-dollar Teeley mare bought for Dundeel

    Dundeel’s breeder Murray Andersen and a group of his New Zealand owners that have retained shares in the six-time Group 1 winner are determined to give him the best possible opportunity to succeed at stud. So determined are they that Murray went to $1.1 million at Wednesday’s Select Session of… Read More »

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