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  • G1 quinella for Not A Single Doubt and Written Tycoon

    Not A Single Doubt’s daughter Shout The Bar returned to form with perfect timing on a crowdless Derby Day at Flemington, nosing out Written Tycoon’s daughter Odeum in the $1 million VRC Empire Rose S. 1600m G1. It was a classic battle of the 4YO mare, winner of last season’s… Read More »

  • Redoutes still the right Choice for breeders

    Peters Investments & Redoute’s Choice have made a formidable team for more than a decade, more often than not supported by trainers Grant & Alan Williams and jockey William Pike. They were all in the stakes winner’s circle yet again after Saturday’s $175,000 MRC Weekend Hussler S. 1400m LR, won… Read More »

  • Dundeel sires a stakes quinella at Morphettville

    A progressive pair of 3YOs combined at Morphettville on Saturday to give Dundeel his first stakes quinella, in the $100,000 SAJC Hill Smith S. 1800m LR. The colt Ain’tnodeeldun made a big impression with a 5-length maiden win at Sale last month and managed the difficult step straight into stakes… Read More »

  • Written Tycoon’s progeny deliver at Caulfield

    Written Tycoon began Caulfield’s premier day with season prizemoney of $3.2 million and five stakes victories, including Ole Kirk’s Golden Rose & Pippie’s Moir Stakes at Group 1 level. Then Dirty Work, Odeum & Ole Kirk got down to business. By day’s end Written Tycoon had added two of Australian… Read More »

  • First stakes winner for Shalaa with first runner

    First season sire Shalaa achieved the dream result at Randwick on Saturday when his first Australian runner Shaquero won the $160,000 ATC Arrowfield Breeders’ Plate 1000m G3. He completed a memorable double for the Arrowfield stallion roster after Written Tycoon’s daughter Enthaar won the equivalent contest for fillies, the Gimcrack… Read More »

  • Randwick highlights 2YO spring racing

    Juvenile racing begins at Royal Randwick on TAB Epsom Day and again it’s the new sires of Arrowfield Stud who highlighting both the Arrowfield sponsored Breeders’ Plate and Keeneland Gimcrack Stakes. Arrowfield heads the first season sires with their Japanese Horse of The Year Maurice having his $10 chance Maurice’s… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup placed stallion dies

    Melbourne Cup placed Lucas Cranach who was retired to stand at stud at Bullarook Park has sadly passed away. Lucas Cranach was bought by Australian Bloodstock to target the Melbourne Cup in which he ran third behind Dunaden sadly passed away following a freak accident whilst standing at stud. Lucas… Read More »

  • Is The Everest Carnival a Champions Dias

    Again, the Australian Turf Club and Racing NSW have asserted their foresight in establishing the $1m Golden Rose Stakes of 1400m as a principal national stallion-making event. Who from this top crop of 3yo’s can match last year’s winner Bivouac, who at $15 for The $15m Everest has won Newmarket… Read More »

  • Immediate success for Thoroughbred Welfare Initiative

    In being an immediate success, the Thoroughbred Aftercare Welfare Working Group has received some 160 submissions on the wellbeing of thoroughbred horses, especially in racing and breeding. Headed by former Victorian Premier Dr Denis Napthine, the TAWWG was ‘very pleased’ on the ‘improvements’ submissions made by prominent trainers, owners, breeders… Read More »

  • Group 2 double for Arrowfield graduates

    Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes and Arrowfield already have plenty of terrific shared history. Think Group 1 winners Estijaab, Forensics & Mentality, dual Group 2 winner Showtime and Listed winner Diplomatico – all yearling purchases from Arrowfield and all prepared by Hawkes Racing. It took less than 30 minutes to… Read More »

  • Yes Yes Yes – it’s a boy

    As talk starts to climb the mountain of excitement towards the upcoming $15m The Everest at Randwick, here’s a nice timely story. Last year’s gutsy winner YES YES YES (Rubick-Sin Sin Sin) has a new family member. Meet his baby brother, born today at Kitchwin Hills Stud in NSW. This… Read More »

  • Deauville Select Yearlings moving forward

    Yes, all eyes will be on the annual Deauville Select Sale moving forward to Wednesday 9 September, and running to Friday 11, in order to avoid a clash with the Tattersalls Ascot Yearling Sale. “Arqana and Tattersalls have agreed that cooperation is paramount amid the current crisis,” said Eric Hoyeau… Read More »

  • Phoenix Thoroughbreds purchase a stake in Pierata

    Phoenix Thoroughbreds have added to their stallion interests by purchasing a significant stake in Aquis Farms’ Pierata. Perhaps more noted for their exploits on the track through the likes of Farnan, Holyfield and the recently sold Prague, the deal sees the two ambitious groups strengthen their existing ties. Those already… Read More »

  • Blue Point headlines Darley Northwood

    The multiple Group 1 sprinter Blue Point is new for Darley Australia this season, standing at Northwood Farm in Victoria having achieved a 131 Timeform rating. Darley described Blue Point as ‘only the third horse in a century to win both top sprints at Royal Ascot in the same week,… Read More »

  • Castelvecchio set for G1 glory standing at Arrowfield

    Proud trainer Richard Litt said it all. “It was obvious from the start that Castelvecchio was a pure athlete, and very fast with a great turn of foot. He always did everything so easily.” “He was extremely enthusiastic, very, very sound and never had a backward day” with Castelvecchio retiring… Read More »

  • Too Darn Hot headlines Darley Kelvinside

    The undefeated European Champion 2YO Too Darn Hot is new to Darley Kelvinside this season having had his striking Dewhurst Stakes victory ‘assessed as the best of the century.’ Classed as Europe’s principal juvenile event Too Darn Hot cruised to a 2¾ length victory in the Dewhurst Stakes 7f over… Read More »

  • Yes Yes Yes headlines Coolmore’s new stars

    Yes Yes Yes was truly outstanding in taking out the weight-for-age $14m The Everest of 1200m against older competitors, in a record time of 1-07.32min. “He could be an international, dual-hemisphere stallion now,” said champion trainer Chris Waller. “His stud value is through the roof.” In winning the world’s richest… Read More »

  • Electrifying Exceedance adds G1 dominance to Vinery Stud

    With the ‘electrifying sprinter’ Exceedance retiring to Vinery Stud, it was Peter Orton who stated “he has nothing left to prove, having won the colts’ grand-final in the Coolmore Stud Stakes.” “He’s a supreme athlete and a really exciting addition to our roster going forward. Quite apart from the uncertainty… Read More »

  • Newgate Farm’s star miler a Brutal blow for competition

    “Brutal is just one of those extra special horses that showed rare talent from day one,” said Hall of Fame trainer John Hawkes on news that Brutal will be standing at Newgate Farm, in the Hunter Valley.  “To win a Doncaster at just his seventh start is something that only the really… Read More »

  • Shuttle stallion Maurice racking up winners

    International champion and shuttle stallion Maurice stoked up his first season record in Japan with a trio of debut-winning 2YO daughters over the weekend at Niigata and Sapporo. First up was U Carrot Farm’s Stutti who sustained a big finishing effort to hold out her rivals over 1600 metres at… Read More »

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