Galileo Filly Wins Epsom Oaks 3/06/2012 Galileo filly Was gave her champion sire another classic winner with her upset victory in the Epsom Oaks – but it really should come as no surprise that she has risen to the top of her generation considering she was the highest priced yearling sold in Europe in 2010.
Mighty Montjeu Equals Derby Record 3/06/2012 The late Montjeu became the first stallion in over 75 years to sire four English Derby winners when his unbeaten son Camelot took the classic by an impressive five lengths at Epsom on Saturday.
Camelot Hailed As The Next Nijinsky 3/06/2012 Comparisons to the legendary Nijinksy – he last horse to win English racing's Triple Crown for three-year-olds - were inevitable after outstanding colt Camelot recorded a superb victory in the Investec Derby at Epsom on Saturday.
Camelot on road to triple crown? 3/06/2012 After his stunning win in the Derby yesterday the question is being asked if Camelot will become the first horse since Nijinsky to win the triple crown.
Weanlings Are A Wanted Commodity 1/06/2012 A stunning colt by exciting first season sire Wanted topped the second session of the Magic Millions National Weanling Sale at the Gold Coast, continuing an outstanding start to his brief sale ring record.
Palasport Brings A Smile 31/05/2012 Palasport's surprise win at Rosehill last Saturday underlined what a prize stud owner Fred Peisah received over 40 years ago when he purchased Social Smile as a foundation mare for his then new Lomar Park Stud.
ENGLISH DERBY: Camelot's Rivals Are Confident 30/05/2012 While trainer Aidan O'Brien continues to lavish unusual praise on his English Derby favourite Camelot, the connections of some highly talented three-year-olds are confident they can knock the Coolmore-owned colt off his pedestal in Britain's richest and most famous race at Epsom on Saturday.
Melito Sells For $1.65 million 29/05/2012 Group One winner Melito was the star lot on the first day of the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale at the Gold Coast on Monday.
October Sale Produces Guineas Double 29/05/2012 The Curragh's classic weekend was a triumph for graduates of Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale as the Guineas double went to Power and Samitar.
Superb So You Think Farewells Ireland 28/05/2012 So You Think got his career back on track in the final Irish start of his racing career by easily defending his crown in the Group One Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh on Sunday.
Scone Beckons Again For Snowden 16/05/2012 Top Sydney trainer Peter Snowden is heading home to the Hunter Valley this weekend in a bid to repeat the success he enjoyed at last year's Scone Cup carnival.
O'Shea Sets Strong Team For Scone 15/05/2012 Randwick trainer John O'Shea rates Saturday's $500,000 Inglis Guineas at Scone as more important, at this stage, than the Stradbroke Handicap for his classy filly Colorado Claire.
O'Briens clean up at Chester 14/05/2012 Aiden and Joseph O'Brien completed a double in the feature races on the last day of Chester with Memphis Tennessee in the Ormonde and Astrology in the Dee.
Seven Straight For Australia's Own 12/05/2012 Fastnet Rock has galloped away with the 2011-12 champion sire title with national earnings of more than $10 million to the end of April, putting him beyond reach after a marvelous season of Group One success.
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