|A Final Winner for Letís Elope|
the spring of 1991, the unheralded Bart Cummings trained mare Let's Elope
emerged from obscurity to international fame as the 'Cups Queen', her memory
recalled at Seymour on Thursday where her very last foal won her first race.
|Knuckle set to land a blow for Smerdon at Caulfield|
Caulfield trainer Robert Smerdon has a chance to win
Saturday's Mal Seccull Handicap (1000m) with a Group II winner that unexpectedly
arrived at his stable.
|Ready to Run Graduate Wins Stakes by Eight|
In a rare front-running display, Ready to Run Sale graduate Kullu turned Saturday's $50,000 Listed Gold Club Metropolitan Trophy (2500m) into a one-horse affair as he destroyed the field by eight lengths at Riccarton.
|A Brilliant Debut|
With a 4 x 4 double cross of brilliant speed influence Biscay, it's not hard to see how Brilliant Bisc got her name.
|Bargain Buy Captures Gimcrack Stakes|
Champion trainer Peter Moody drew first blood
on Super Saturday at Randwick with a filly that cost just $11,000 as a weanling
despite being the product of Group 1 winning parents.
|2012 Gimcrack Stakes Result - Parr arrives in time for Brilliant Bisc|
Sydney jockey Josh Parr arrived at Randwick on Saturday in
the nick of time to partner Brilliant Bisc, the first city juvenile winner of
the Sydney racing season, in the Listed Gimcrack Stakes (1000m).
|Another Torryburn Bred Winner|
run of minor placings was ended at Mornington on Tuesday when the Sam
Pritchard-Gordon trained Memphis Mafia finally saluted.
|Two from two for promising O'Shea mare|
The John O'Shea-trained Sorellina kept her
undefeated record intact when the four-year-old led from barrier to box in
Wednesday's Super Saver Handicap (1100m) at Canterbury.
|Up and Comer Wins Aurieís Star|
The Patinack Farm brand was carried to victory in the Group III VRC Aurie's Star Handicap at Flemington on Saturday, but ironically the horse in question was not sporting the Patinack Farm colours.
|Warrior shanghais home to win Aurie's Star|
Former champion jockey Pat Hyland has ridden many top horses during his
career and is convinced Shanghai Warrior is a Group I contender after the
four-year-old won Saturday's Group III Aurie's Star Handicap (1200m) at