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Racing Horse & Breeding News

  • Snitzel powers on in Perth

    Snitzel’s son Petrol Power added a Group win to his excellent record when he took out today’s $125,000 WATC Sir Ernest Lee-Steere Classic 1400m G3 at Ascot in Perth. It was the first Group win for the 3YO gelding who won the Supremacy S. LR at two, and the Placid… Read More »

  • Arrowfield sires quinella rich Clockwise Classic

    Arrowfield’s brilliant young sires Snitzel and Charge Forward provided the winner and the runner-up in today’s $200,000 Ballarat TC Magic Millions Clockwise Classic. Snitzel’s striking chestnut daughter Sheer Style started favourite and soon took control of the race, but did not relish the heavy ground and showed plenty of grit… Read More »

  • Snitzel power prevails in Perth

    Petrol Power had too much gas for the opposition in today’s $100,000 WATC Placid Ark S. 1200m LR, his second black-type success in an eight-start career. The 3YO son of Snitzel settled comfortably just behind the leaders, challenged on the turn and proved too strong for Sujet, winning by a… Read More »

  • Epaulette retired to stud and will shuttle to Darley Ireland

    A winner of over $1.7 million, Epaulette impressed from the moment he stepped onto the racecourse. After easily winning his first two races including the Black Opal at only his second start, Epaulette contested the G2 Todman Slipper Trial, a race won ten years ago by fellow Darley stallion, Exceed… Read More »

  • Redoute’s Choice cashes in with Lankan Rupee

    Lankan Rupee hit the ground running in October and he has kept right on with the job, culminating with today’s dominant victory in the $135,000 MRC Kevin Heffernan S. G3 over 1200 metres. The 4YO son of Redoute’s Choice and Estelle Collection (by Stravinsky) won two of his first three… Read More »

  • Snitzel strikes again with 18th stakeswinner

    The Twitter hashtag #snitzelstrikesagain is getting plenty of use this spring as Arrowfield’s brilliant young sire keeps rolling out gifted performers in several categories, and cementing his lead on three Australian stallion premierships. Today it was the turn of Snitzel’s 2YO daughter Golconda to generate a flurry of tweets with… Read More »

  • Girl puts smiles on many faces at Rosemont Stud

    Girl Gone Rockin’ gave her champion sire Redoute’s Choice his third Cup Week stakeswinner when she landed Saturday’s VRC Matriarch S. G2 from a gallant Queenstown. She also gave her owners Anthony Mithen, his brother-in-law Nigel Austin and their team at Rosemont Stud in Victoria an unforgettable and very satisfying… Read More »

  • Choice Girl goes rockin’ at Flemington

    Girl Gone Rockin’ signed off an excellent week for champion sire Redoute’s Choice with a resolute victory in the $300,000 VRC Matriarch S. 2000m G2 on the final day of Cup Week at Flemington. The 5YO mare’s late charge at the gallant Queenstown (by Redoute’s Choice’s son Stratum) made for… Read More »

  • Boban delivers second victory at the highest level

    Having remained undefeated in four prior starts during the Spring including victory in the G1 Epsom Handicap to starts back, Bernardini four-year-old Boban lined up in the final G1 of the Flemington Spring carnival, the G1 Emirates Stakes on November 9. Settling mid-field in the run, the Chris Waller-trained gelding… Read More »

  • Oaks Day double for Redoute’s Choice

    Champion sire Redoute’s Choice made his presence felt on Oaks Day at Flemington yesterday with a pair of impressive sprinting stakeswinners, Dystopia and Lankan Rupee. The colours made famous by Redoute’s Choice himself were carried to a thrilling victory in the $150,000 VRC Century S. 1000m LR by 4YO gelding… Read More »

  • Redoute’s Choice returns to France in 2014

    Champion sire Redoute’s Choice will return to the Aga Khan’s Haras de Bonneval for his second northern hemisphere season in 2014. Redoute’s Choice’s exceptional achievements and continuing high-level success make his renewed presence in Europe a rare opportunity for international breeders. His progeny recorded two further Classic victories this season, taking… Read More »

  • Debut Group win for Oakleigh Girl at Flemington

    Owners Steve & Louise Gillard and trainer Dan Bougoure liked Arrowfield’s Snitzel-Miss Kournikova filly enough to pay $400,000 for her at the Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale in January. Today, only 10 months later, they stood in the Group winner’s circle at Flemington after the filly, named Oakleigh Girl in honour of her… Read More »

  • Orb to enter stud at Claiborne in 2014

    Orb, winner of this year’s Kentucky Derby, has been retired from racing and will enter stud at Claiborne Farm in 2014. The homebred owned by Stuart S. Janney III and Phipps Stable will stand for an advertised fee of $US25,000 ($A26,400). Orb had been under consideration to start in the… Read More »

  • First starters, first winners from Arrowfield’s Class of 2013

    The first of Arrowfield’s 2014 yearlings began their sale preparation last Monday, and yesterday the first two runners from the Stud’s 2013 consignments made winning debuts at Rosehill and Morphettville. Racing over 1100 metres in Sydney, the 2YO Snitzel colt Time for War bounced out smartly from the gates, led the field round the turn and responded well when… Read More »