|Soldi Domani Captures The Gold Edition Plate|
Despite winning just one race, a 1350 metre handicap at
Doomben, Soldi Domani was considered promising enough by his trainer Bryan Dais
to take to Melbourne for the spring.
|From Working Class Hero To Millionaire|
Blue collar millionaire Trust In A Gust made it two Group 1
wins in two weeks when grinding his opponents into the ground in Saturday's $400,000
Group 1 Toorak Handicap (1600m) at Caulfield.
|Sentimental Purchase Delivers Success|
sentimental purchase and years of planning, not to mention hard work from a
vast array of people, are behind the success of this Group I winner.
|In Gust We Trust|
four year-old Trust in a Gust had never won a stakes race until Sunday when he
broke his Black Type maiden with a courageous win over triple Group I winner
Dissident in the Group I MRC Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield.
|Juvenile Stakes-Winner for Keep the Faith|
Listed VRC Taj Rossi Final for the two year-olds at Flemington on Saturday produced
a surprise result with Keep the Faith gelding Honey's Steel Gold arriving on
the line to beat the more fancied runners in a thrilling finish.
|Greta West Sires in Hot Form|
Greta West Stud stallions Keep The Faith and God's Own have come up trumps
with two year-old doubles in the last week.
|Warrnambool Winner for Keep the Faith|
Greta West Stud sire Keep The Faith completed a running double with an interloper and a local at Warrnambool on Thursday.
|Lucky Penny Returns From Injury |
High-cruising mare Lucky Penny was a class above her rivals first-up in the Vic Hardwood Floors Hcp (1400m) at Caulfield on Saturday.
|Keeping the Faith|
Keep The Faith's 48th
individual winner from his first crop was a long time coming for trainer
|Another Group One Star for Perks?|
Dinkum Diamond began
a big day for leading owner-breeder Harry Perks with an easy victory in the
Adelaide Galvanising Hcp (1000m) at Morphettville on Saturday.