|Singapore Stakes-Winner for Darci|
The imposing figure of Kiwi-bred galloper Goliath (NZ) (Darci Brahma) powered to victory in the Sgp-3 $150,000 Marsling Classic Stakes 1800m on the polytrack at Kranji on Sunday night.
|Darci Brahma Filly Breaks Through|
With race favourite Solicit missing a place for just the
second time in her 10 start career, Friday nights Listed Schweppes Alexandra
Stakes (1600m) came down to a dogfight between two New Zealand-bred fillies.
|Another Group I Success for Darci|
The highly talented Nashville (NZ) (Darci Brahma) defended his crown in the Group 1 $200,000 Haunui Farm WFA Classic (1600m), recording back-to-back wins in the feature race on Saturday.
|Darci Filly Dominates Older Mares|
Last start Group 1 Levin Classic winner Recite (NZ) (Darci Brahma) disposed of the older mares in the Listed $50,000 Pioneer Finance Wairapapa Thoroughbred Breeders' Stakes (1600m) with a dominant victory on Waitangi Day at Tauherenikau.
|Second Group 1 for Recite|
The Oaks Stud enjoyed a stellar day of Group 1 racing at Trentham on Saturday with Recite(NZ) (Darci Brahma) winning the second Group 1 race of her career in the $240,000 Ocean Park Levin Classic (1600m).
|Irish Fling storms to Telegraph victory|
Darci Brahma took the Group I Telegraph Handicap in 2007 and on Saturday his daughter Irish Fling emulated her sire to land the $250,000 1200 metre dash at Trentham with a big finish and give jockey Mark du Plessis a feature race double on the day.
|Recite too good in Levin Classic|
Recite bounced back to something like her championship form with a dominant win in Saturday's Group I $240,000 Levin Classic (1600m) for three-year-olds at Trentham.
|Irish Fling Half-Brother for NZB Ready to Run|
Providing a timely boost to his sibling's pedigree, the lightly tried Irish Fling (NZ) (Darci Brahma) was a comprehensive winner of the Listed $50,000 Yesberg Insurance Services Pegasus Stakes (1000m) on Saturday at Riccarton and will be represented by a half-brother at the upcoming NZB Ready to Run Sale of 2YO's.
|Cauthen to Press On|
Andrew Campbell is moving on with boom Darci Brahma colt Cauthen and
treating the star colt's last-start failure at Flemington as a reality check.
|Darci Brahma Colt Impressive|
Kiwi jockey James McDonald abandoned Sydney on Saturday, going to Melbourne
for one ride and the effort proved worthwhile when boom Kiwi colt Cauthen
scored his first Australian win.