|Emancipation Family Bags Another Group One |
Group I Avonturr Estate Cape Fillies Guineas at Kenilworth in South Africa on
Saturday was won by three year-old filly Rumya, a great grand-daughter of
champion mare Emancipation.
|Worth Her Weight In Gold|
At a cost of
$190,000 Bella Inez was the most expensive yearling filly sold at public
auction by her sire Beautiful Crown, while she returned just $1,250 of that on the
racetrack from her one and only start her broodmare career could hit new
heights when Group 1 racing returns to Ascot on Saturday.
|Sisters Set for Summer Sizzle|
The Perth summer carnival is gearing up to take centre stage and racegoers in the west will be treated to some great racing featuring a couple of very talented half-sisters in Fuddle Dee Duddle and Hallowell Belle.
|Their Turn Will Come|
They didn't win
stakes races on Saturday, but they soon will.
|From Last to First |
was dead last on debut back in March, but well-bred Red Ransom (USA) filly Roll
the Bones managed to turn that form around at Canterbury on Wednesday with a
sparkling win at her first run back from a spell.
|Patinack Farm roll out another three-year-old|
Patinack Farm's impressive three-year-old ranks received
another boost when Roll The Bones returned from a spell to dominate her
opposition at Canterbury on Wednesday.
|Typhoon Tracy dies giving birth|
2009/2010 Australian Horse of the Year, Typhoon Tracy, died shortly after
delivering her first foal on Monday morning.
|Newitt and Nolen a half-head apart in Sandown opener|
The finish to Wednesday's Event Landscaping Solutions Handicap (1000m) at
Sportingbet Park – Sandown Hillside mirrored the close battle between Luke
Nolen and Craig Newitt for this season's Melbourne jockey's premiership.
|South African Group 1 Winner for Red Ransom|
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Maktoum must have rued he would never see much of a return on the $160,000 he outlaid through agent Tim Stakemire to secure the Fuji Kiseki mare Sayuri San at the 2007 Inglis Easter Broodmare Sale.
|A Swimmer on Debut|
Red Ransom (USA) filly Love for Ransom overcame the extremely heavy conditions
at Sandown on Wednesday to post a winning debut for the Greg Eurell stable.