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26/09/2014
Briefs for 26 September 2014

Cauthen’s Melbourne stay cut short; Major boost to Herbie Dyke Stakes; Divan out for the spring.

25/09/2014
Like mother, like daughter

High Chaparral x TheOperaHouse filly with Rodney Photo by Windsor Park Stud

Renowned mare The Opera House has passed her rare pigmentation on to her latest foal.

The white filly by champion sire High Chaparral was born at Windsor Park Stud, near Cambridge, on Wednesday night.

11/09/2014
Briefs for 11th Sept 2014

Crofskeys lose sister to Habibi; Week off for Bosson; Alias making a name for himself; Quintet for Curraghmore; Broodmare of the Year to Shamexpress

06/06/2014
Brisbane Best - June 7

Hucklebuck is chasing his first Group 1 win in Saturday's Stradbroke Handicap

Queensland’s best day of racing has thrown up another ripping program this weekend to support the 121st running of the Stradbroke Handicap.

And while the Stradbroke doesn’t look a vintage renewal on paper, it still promises to throw up an enthralling contest.

10/03/2014
Memorable Adelaide Cup Looms

Big Memory looks hard to beat in the Adelaide Cup

Big Memory has been racing in good form of late and looks hard to go past in the Group 2 Adelaide Cup (3200m) at Morphettville today.

The Tony McEvoy-trained runner produced an outstanding effort to win by 3L in the listed Night Cup at Moonee Valley last start and despite stepping well up in trip where untried should prove hard to hold out.

20/12/2013
From Left Of Centre

Legendary stallion Zabeel was retired from stud duties this week

It’s been an up and down fortnight for Australian sport.

Firstly, the Socceroos were dealt a cruel blow by drawing the same group as 2010 World Cup finalists the Netherlands and Spain, whilst Chile was thrown in for good measure.

26/10/2013
Precedence Close To Fourth Cup Start

Precedence Winning The Moonee Valley Cup

James Cummings has implored Racing Victoria handicapper Greg Carpenter to give Precedence a penalty which would guarantee him a 4th Melbourne Cup start.

The grand old eight-year-old became just the second horse since the war years to win a second Moonee Valley Cup (2500m) on Saturday, beating home the gutsy Shoreham with Gotta Take Care back in third.

26/10/2013
Precedence Close To Fourth Cup Start

Precedence Winning The Moonee Valley Cup

James Cummings has implored Racing Victoria handicapper Greg Carpenter to give Precedence a penalty which would guarantee him a 4th Melbourne Cup start.

The grand old eight-year-old became just the second horse since the war years to win a second Moonee Valley Cup (2500m) on Saturday, beating home the gutsy Shoreham with Gotta Take Care back in third.

26/10/2013
Precedence Close To Fourth Cup Start

Precedence Winning The Moonee Valley Cup

James Cummings has implored Racing Victoria handicapper Greg Carpenter to give Precedence a penalty which would guarantee him a 4th Melbourne Cup start.

The grand old eight-year-old became just the second horse since the war years to win a second Moonee Valley Cup (2500m) on Saturday, beating home the gutsy Shoreham with Gotta Take Care back in third.

26/10/2013
Precedence Close To Fourth Cup Start

Precedence Winning The Moonee Valley Cup

James Cummings has implored Racing Victoria handicapper Greg Carpenter to give Precedence a penalty which would guarantee him a 4th Melbourne Cup start.

The grand old eight-year-old became just the second horse since the war years to win a second Moonee Valley Cup (2500m) on Saturday, beating home the gutsy Shoreham with Gotta Take Care back in third.

29/06/2013
Double Joy For Dean In The Last Two

The chase is on but former Perth galloper Petrenui has them covered on Friday.<br>Photo by Singapore Turf Club

Trainer Brian Dean saved the best for last on Friday night by rounding out the nine-race Kranji programme with a race-to-race double in the last two events with Petrenui and Meaisin.

On both counts, the two gallopers certainly earned their oats with two all-heart wins secured in their respective contests.

08/12/2012
WAGGA - Donnelly Believes Traded Is Destined For Bigger Things

In Europe starting a horse first-up over 2000m and beyond is an every-day occurrence. In Australia it is more a rarity, although with the advent in recent years of Australian trainers purchasing European stayers, the practice is becoming more accepted.

02/11/2012
Easy Trial For Super In Blinkers

Super Easy taking out the Singapore Guineas back in May.<br>Photo by Singapore Turf Club

Leading sprinter Super Easy rounded off his preparation for next week’s trip to Hong Kong with a pleasing barrier trial performance at Kranji on Thursday.

The Michael Freedman-trained sprinter finished second in the 1000m hit-out, sporting blinkers for the first time.

21/09/2012
Zirna's Daughter To Make Kranji Debut On Friday

Zirna pictured after scoring in the 2003 Singapore Gold Cup.<br>Photo by Singapore Turf Club

Nine years after her resounding success in the Singapore Gold Cup, popular mare Zirna will see her very first progeny go around the same venue of her 2003 triumph on Friday night, Raziyya Of Sydney.

Though the bred-in-the-purple four-year-old mare by Australian champion sire Redoute’s Choice was foaled in Australia, she was bred in New Zealand by the famous Westbury Stud, the same connections who raced her Malcolm Thwaites-trained dam in Singapore.

14/09/2012
Lone Star State selection

The odds of a certain Joao Moreira ridden and Michael Freedman trained runner not winning again in Singapore this evening are as big as Texas.

13/07/2012
Freedman After More Feature Race Success

Nandowra<br>Photo by Singapore Turf Club

Trainer Michael Freedman has been in sparkling form in the feature races run in Singapore this year.

Already at Kranji this year Freedman has been to the winner's enclosure on six occasions to greet horses home following a feature race win.

03/06/2012
Oaks Triumph For Waikato Stud

Saturday's Group One Queensland Oaks at Eagle Farm was a triumph for New Zealand's Waikato Stud with the nursery responsible for three of the first four placegetters including the winner Quintessential.

28/05/2012
Stradbroke and Queensland Derby Markets

Doomben Ten Thousand winner Sea Siren is favourite to win the Stradbroke Handicap at Eagle Farm on June 9 despite not being a certain starter.

24/05/2012
Cup Winner Retired

Wellington Cup winner Six O'Clock News been retired after suffering a tendon injury in Brisbane.

17/05/2012
A Beautiful Tribute To Alec Wildenstein

The outstanding Deep Impact filly Beauty Parlour may well prove to be the ultimate tribute to the famous late owner and breeder Alex Wildenstein following her win in the G1 Poule D'Essai Des Pouliches at Longchamp last weekend.

15/05/2012
National Sale Entries Closing

Supplementary entries for the Magic Millions National Broodmare, Weanling and Yearling Sales as well as entries for the National Racehorse Sale close at noon on Wednesday.

14/05/2012
Great Value In Great Southern Sale

Buyers interested in purchasing a mare in foal to race her progeny need not look further than Saturday's Group 3 winner Dinkum Diamond to see what great value can be found in the Inglis Great Southern Sale in Melbourne.

13/05/2012
Stakes Double For Savabeel

Zabeel's high class son Savabeel produced a trans-Tasman double when a pair of his sons posted impressive G3 victories at Doomben and Rotorua on Saturday.

13/05/2012
Weekend Winners

Linton<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

Holy Roman Emperor; Galileo; Niello; General Nediym; Stratum; Zabeel; Keep The Faith; Hold That Tiger; More Than Ready; Thorn park; Danewin.

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12/05/2012
Zabeel's Link To WA

As Zabeel edges closer to his sire Sir Tristram's record of 45 Group One winners, it wasn't inappropriate that West Australian couple Trevor and Terrie Delroy played a significant part in his 42nd individual Group One winner.

12/05/2012
Hume Lands Massive Chairman's Upset

Hume<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

Brisbane stayer Hume repaid the bottomless faith of trainer Brian Smith with a superb upset win in the $115,000 Chairman's Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

Smith pleaded with connections over the summer to give the eight-year-old one more campaign, and his determination handsomely paid off as Hume bounded down the outside late on to salute as a $40 shot, three quarters of a length clear of a revitalised Ironstein .

11/05/2012
Le Remas to do it for McKnight and Puls

Bush jockey Christine Puls rates Le Remas as the best horse she's been allowed to stay on and he would give her a career highlight with a win on Saturday.

07/05/2012
Duporth Popular

The first of the 350 weanling entries at New Zealand Bloodstock's 2012 National Weanling & Broodmare Sale got the three-day Sale underway today at Karaka, with a busy sale ring providing a good day's trade.

07/05/2012
Duporth Colt Tops Opening Day of NZB Weanling & Broodmare Sale

The first of the 350 weanling entries at New Zealand Bloodstock's 2012 National Weanling & Broodmare Sale got the three-day Sale underway today at Karaka, with a busy sale ring providing a good day's trade.

07/05/2012
MORPHETTVILLE: Derby Day Wrap

The New Zealand sire Zabeel gained its forty second Group success when his three year old son Zabeelionaire won the Group 1 South Australian Derby of 2500 metres at Morphettville on Saturday.

07/05/2012
Unreserved Opportunities at NZB May Sale

A number of appealing entries at next week's National Weanling & Broodmare Sale next week (7-9 May) are being offered on an unreserved basis, presenting some unbeatable opportunities for pinhookers and those looking for breeding prospects.

06/05/2012
42 Group One Winners For Zabeel

Victorian-trained Zabeelionaire became the 42nd Group One winner for his champion sire Zabeel when he realised his huge staying potential at Morphettville on Saturday with his victory in the $500,000 South Australian Derby over 2500m.

05/05/2012
Sinsational Hollindale Win

Auckland Cup winner Shez Sinsational held off a late surge from Lights Of Heaven to prevail in a pulsating finish to Saturday's $300,000 Group 2 Hollindale Stakes.

05/05/2012
Sinsational Hollindale Win

Auckland Cup winner Shez Sinsational held off a late surge from Lights Of Heaven to prevail in a pulsating finish to Saturday's $300,000 Group 2 Hollindale Stakes.

05/05/2012
Moody To Light Up Coast

Lights Of Heaven<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

Leading Melbourne trainer Peter Moody fresh from guiding unbeaten world champion sprinter Black Caviar to her record twentieth straight win last week in Morphettville is spreading his team far and wide this weekend with runners at Flemington, Gold Coast and Hong Kong.

Moody who will saddle up King's Rose in the Champions Mile at Sha Tin on Sunday will be represented in the G2 Hollindale Stakes at weight for age over 1800m on the Gold Coast by the lightly raced but talented Lights Of Heaven.

05/05/2012
Supplementary Entries For National Sale

Supplementary entries for New Zealand Bloodstock's National Weanling, Broodmare & Mixed Bloodstock Sale are now online with 20 additional horses to be offered at the end of selling on Wednesday next week.

03/05/2012
A BIg Week Of Inglis Bonuses

The connections of Murcielaga and Elkaydee were the proud recipients of $50,000 Inglis Race Series Bonuses at Warrnambool and Wagga on Thursday.

02/05/2012
Zabeel Mares Do Him Proud

Atlantic Jewel<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

The 2011/12 racing season has seen the great Kiwi sire Zabeel consolidate his place as Australasia's leading broodmare sire.

Zabeel is the sire of a phenomenal 141 stakes winners and 41 Group 1 winners including Cox Plate victors Might And Power, Octagonal, Maldivian and Savabeel but his achievements as a broodmare sire are equally outstanding.

01/05/2012
Razorback Breeding Behind Vatuvei

Mares bred on the tableland known as Razorback Mountain south of the historic NSW town of Camden comprise the first two dams of Vatuvei, the classy 3YO staying prospect who won last week's VRC St Leger over 2800m at Flemington.

01/05/2012
Bosson flies in to ride Shez Sinsational

Opie Bosson will arrive from Singapore on raceday to partner top-class New Zealand mare Shez Sinsational in the Hollindale Stakes at the Gold Coast.

01/05/2012
Cummings Warhorse Zavite Retired

Zavite<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

Anthony Cummings-trained warhorse Zavite has been retired after finishing at the tail of the field behind Permit in the Group 2 Chairman's Quality Handicap at Randwick on April 14.

Cummings has reported Zavite has simply lost interest in racing who at his best became a multiple stakes winner, two of which were successes at the highest level.

01/05/2012
Cummings Warhorse Zavite Retired

Zavite<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

Anthony Cummings-trained warhorse Zavite has been retired after finishing at the tail of the field behind Permit in the Group 2 Chairman's Quality Handicap at Randwick on April 14.

Cummings has reported Zavite has simply lost interest in racing who at his best became a multiple stakes winner, two of which were successes at the highest level.

30/04/2012
Musket Colt Tops Autumn Sale

The two day Inglis Melbourne Autumn Yearling Sale finished at Oaklands on Monday with an additional 161 lots sold taking the gross to $2,896,750.

30/04/2012
Weekend Winners

Galileo; More Than Ready; Fastnet Rock; Dehere; Al Maher; Dash For Cash; Dubawi; Zabeel; Danerich.

23/04/2012
Ortem Fire Wins Fillies Series

The final leg of New Zealand Bloodstock's Southern Filly of the Year Series, the Listed Warstep Stakes at Riccarton, saw two fillies celebrate success with Asavant claiming her first stakes race and Ortem Fire securing the overall series crown.

22/04/2012
Dear Demi Wins For Dehere

Dear Demi<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

Prolific international sire Dehere was represented by his 71st stakes winner when his classy filly Dear Demi beat the colts in the Listed Fernhill Handicap at Randwick on Saturday.

Dear Demi (ex Shirley by Zabeel) ill back up in next Saturday's G1 Champagne Stakes at Randwick for trainer Clarry Conners and owner John Singleton.

19/04/2012
Zabeel Mare Tops Day 2 At Newmarket

A total of $3.3 million was traded on 149 fillies and mares on Day Two of the Inglis Easter Broodmare Sale at Newmarket on Wednesday.

18/04/2012
Precedence Cup Prep Upset By Farm Washout

Precedence<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

The cancellation of today's Warwick Farm meeting has upset the Sydney Cup preparation of the Bart Cummings-trained stayer Precedence.

Precedence was set to have an exhibition gallop at the Warwick Farm meeting, an important part of his training program after Cummings decided not to start the stayer in last Saturday's G2 Chairman's Quality (2600m) at Randwick.

18/04/2012
Precedence Cup Prep Upset By Farm Washout

Precedence<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

The cancellation of today's Warwick Farm meeting has upset the Sydney Cup preparation of the Bart Cummings-trained stayer Precedence.

Precedence was set to have an exhibition gallop at the Warwick Farm meeting, an important part of his training program after Cummings decided not to start the stayer in last Saturday's G2 Chairman's Quality (2600m) at Randwick.

17/04/2012
Volksraad Daughters Excel at Waipa

Four daughters of eight-times champion sire Volksraad demonstrated their outstanding sire's versatility when winning four races on the seven race card at Waipa yesterday.

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