|Philippi Sold to Hong Kong |
Last seen when finishing second to It's a Dundeel in the Group I ATC Australian Derby during the autumn, classy three year-old colt Philippi has been sold to Hong Kong interests according to a report in the TDN.
|Derby Next for Philippi|
all black colours of Rick Jamieson's Gilgai Farm were in the winner's circle at
Rosehill on Saturday, Black Caviar's breeder celebrating a sparkling return to
form for his talented three year-old Philippi, winner of the Group II ATC
|Host Colts Marching to Classics|
Mick Kent is marshalling his troops for the autumn
carnival and Philippi will be among the stable's advance guard this Saturday.
|Host Winner in the Frame|
Stud owner Graham McLeod bred the 11th and final winner from his grand mare
Framed in Hobart on Sunday.
|Winners Keep Coming for Host|
Swettenham's second-season sire Host (Chi) maintained his winning run when Golden Vogue claimed a share of the spoils in the Toowoomba West School Maiden (1625m) on Saturday night.
|Cup Day Climber for Host|
Exciting young sire Host (Chi) continued his climb up the second-season sires' ladder when Surprise Us won by three lengths at Morphettville on Tuesday.
|Another Smart Winner for Host|
Swettenham Stud's young sire Host (Chi) has been the real surprise packet among the second season sires in recent months, posting his seventh individual winner since August 1 at Ballarat on Thursday.
|Host Winners Keep Coming|
Host Of The Party
continued the remarkable winning run for Swettenham Stud stallion Host (Chi) at
Seymour on Sunday.
|Another Up and Comer for Host|
Swettenham Stud sire Host (Chi) unearthed another classic candidate on Thursday when Tronador toughed out a strong victory at Ballarat.
|Second Season Sires Compete|
The Australian Second Season Sires Table has taken on a very competitive look as we move into spring with Casino Prince, Haradasun and Host (Chi) all producing exciting stakes-winners with legitimate claims for further spring success.