|Bright Future for Blue-Blood Encosta|
A full sister to stakes-winner Dizlago, lightly raced filly Lucky Lago opened her account with a powerful two length win at Warwick Farm on Anzac Day.
|Another Feature Win for Niblick|
Albury trainer Brett Cavanough is getting the best from six year-old Encosta de Lago gelding Niblick, who posted his second Black Type win in two starts for his new trainer when taking out the Listed $170,000 Albury Gold Cup on Friday.
|National Sprint Win for Niblick|
his first start for astute Albury trainer Brett Cavanough, six year-old Encosta
de Lago gelding Niblick recaptured his best form to win the Listed National
Sprint in Canberra on Sunday.
|2013 National Sprint result - Niblick just too tough|
Well-travelled galloper Niblick has provided trainer Brett
Cavanough with a huge thrill with his gutsy win in Sunday's Listed National
Sprint (1400m) in Canberra.
|One to Watch – Newcastle|
She was the only three year-old filly against a big field of seasoned older horses, but that didn't stop this blue-blooded filly scoring a tenacious win at the ATC meeting at Newcastle on Wednesday.
|Encosta Mare Excels|
Expensive Encosta de Lago mare Aneto relished the wet conditions at Sandown on Wednesday to score a dominant win and provide her yearling half-sister heading to the 2013 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale with a good pedigree update.
|Encosta Still in Favour with Hong Kong|
Hong Kong buyers are always hard to beat on the good Encosta de Lago colts at the sales, his success as a sire in Hong Kong again highlighted on Tuesday with six year-old gelding Penglai Xianzi taking out the Chinese New Year Cup.
|Aussie Juvenile Quinella in South Africa|
Scoring a stylish debut win at Vaal in South Africa on Thursday was two year-old Encosta de Lago colt Duly Ordained, whose half-sister will be offered at the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale next month.
|One to Watch – Seymour|
For the second day running Team Lloyd Williams has produced an impressive three year-old winner by champion sire Encosta de Lago, this one a full brother to dual Group I winner Mnemosyne.
|One to Watch – Sandown|
a half-brother by a champion sire to a Group I winner and won by the biggest
margin of the day at Sandown on Wednesday, so we're making him our one to watch.