|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.
|Darci Brahma Colt Ready to Win|
Andrew Campbell couldn't be happier with
Cauthen's progress, so much so that he decided to bypass a scheduled visit to
Moonee Valley on Tuesday morning.
|Kiwi colt bound for Guineas after crushing debut win|
A brilliant eight-length debut win has set Kiwi youngster
Cauthen on a Caulfield Guineas path.
|Super Easy Retired|
Fresh of the back of his storming win
in Sunday night's Group 1 Patron's Bowl, Super Easy, has today been retired by
his trainer Michael Freedman and is looking for a place at stud.
|NZ Oaks Winner Under a Cloud|
Darci Brahma mare Artistic's future remains unclear after
veterinary tests have revealed The Oaks Stud's Group One winner to be suffering
from bone problems.
|Super Easy Takes Patron's Bowl|
Singapore's reigning Horse of the Year Super Easy (NZ) (Darci Brahma x Parfore) made an emphatic return to the winner's circle last night at Kranji taking out the S$500,000 Sgp-1 Patron's Bowl (1600m), the second leg of the Singapore Four-Year-Old Challenge.
|Stakes Double for Sargent|
Darci Brahma two-year-old Dugan (NZ) (Darci Brahma x Snipza Gold) captured his first stakes success at Wanganui on Saturday in the $50,000 Listed John Turkington Forestry Castletown Stakes (1200m) to provide the first leg of a trans-Tasman stakes double for his trainer John Sargent.
|One to Watch – Geelong|
early days, but Team Hawkes would have to be encouraged with the performance of
the half-brother to their quality stayer Maluckyday, who bolted in on debut at
Geelong on Tuesday.