|Aussie Stakes-Winner in South Africa|
Australian bred mare Europe to Africa scored her first Black Type success when taking out the Listed The Scarlet Lady Stakes at Scottsville in South Africa on Sunday and is the latest stakes-winner sold by Newgate Farm.
|Aussie Filly Wins South African Group Three|
Australian bred two year-old filly Arcetri Pink scored a dominant win in the Group III Pretty Polly Stakes at Turffontein in South Africa on Saturday.
|Aussie Juvenile Winner in South Africa|
Australian bred two year-old filly Arcetri Pink scored a dominant debut win at Turffontein in South Africa on Tuesday, providing a timely pedigree update for her yearling half-sister heading to the 2013 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale next month.
|South African Stakes Success for Aussie Filly |
Progressive Australian bred mare Sunshine Rock scored her first Black Type success in the Listed Laisserfaire Stakes at Kenilworth in South Africa on Saturday.
|Group I performer arrives down under|
An international Group I performer has joined the
Geelong stables of Jamie Edwards and Bruce Elkington.
|O'Shea's gem to give Grace another metro winner|
conditioner John O'Shea says in-form mare Gibraltar's Gem can provide
apprentice jockey Lester Grace with his second metropolitan winner when she
lines up in Wednesday's XXXX Gold Handicap (1600m) at Gosford.
|Tribal Ready to Rock|
might be a travelling companion for star colt Pierro, but the Gai Waterhouse trained
Tribal Rock can more than pay his way in Melbourne judging by his resounding first
up victory at Sale on Wednesday.
|Explosive Return for Pampelonne|
red hot field lined up for the Group IIATC The Shorts at Randwick on Saturday
with victory going to brilliant sprinter Pampelonne, who sizzled at his first
run back from a spell.
|No trial no concern for Pampelonne|
Rosehill trainer Tim Martin says punters shouldn't be
concerned that he elected not to trial his talented galloper Pampelonne before
the four-year-old resumes in Saturday's Group II Bowermans Office Furniture
Shorts (1200m) at Randwick.
|No Joy for Injured Ortensia at Haydock|
Australian sprinter Ortensia beat only one runner home overnight in the Group I
Haydock Sprint Cup, which was won by five year-old Rock of Gibraltar stallion