|Group One Winner for Street Sense|
Kentucky Derby winning Darley shuttler Street Sense (USA) sired his first Group I winner when Aubby K took out the Group I Humana Distaff at Churchill Downs.
|Group Two Winner for Street Sense|
Darley shuttler Street Sense (USA) is still looking for his first big horse here in Australia, but he featured in the US on Sunday with smart mare Aubby K, winner of the Group II Inside Information Stakes at Gulfstream.
|Smerdon to start Politeness at Moonee Valley|
Caulfield trainer Robert Smerdon will stick to his original
plan to run Blue Diamond Stakes fancy Politeness in Friday night's Sportingbet
Plate (1000m) at Moonee Valley.
|Street Sense Filly Flies On Debut |
breaking Street Sense (USA) may have unearthed a filly that can kick-start his stud
career in Australia.
|Champagne Cath goes pop|
She's been described as "the real deal" and
trainer Chris Waller says he'll weigh up a Magic Millions 2YO Classic start for Champagne
Cath after the two-year-old blitzed her rivals in Saturday's Blackwood Alemlube
Handicap (1200m) at Rosehill.
|Street Sense Switched to Japan|
Kentucky Derby winning Street Cry son Street Sense (USA) is to be switched to
their Japanese roster when he completes his current breeding season in
Australia where he is based at Kelvinside in the Hunter Valley.
|Street Sense Colt Makes It Two In a Row At Flemington|
Woodlands Stud shelled out $450,000 to secure the Redoute's Choice filly Stippled at the 2005 Easter Yearling sale but when she went back through the same ring six years later she made $440,000 less.
|Mottled rolls hot-pot in Flemington opener|
Punters gave Mottled little hope but the colt justified Darley's confidence
in him with a strong win in Saturday's Anthony Fitzpatrick & Biagio
Lombardo Handicap (1410m) at Flemington.
|Telephone call gives Austin hope of a Group I runner|
Farm trainer Jarrod Austin says connections of Urquidez will consider parting
with $50,000 to gain a start in the Group I Golden Rose should the colt win
Saturday's Listed The Rosebud (1200m) on his home track.
|Impressive Victory for Street Sense Colt|
Darley Stud's Kentucky Derby and Breeders' Cup Juvenile winner Street
Sense looks to have a top-liner in the lightly raced 2yo colt Urquidez who came
from the tail of the field with a sweeping run to land Saturday's Nissan Micra
Sprint (1100m) at Warwick Farm.