|Another Feature Win for Superstar Aussie Miler|
bred five year-old Able Friend was magnificent when winning the Group I HK
International Mile before Christmas and again showed his dominance with a
resounding win in the Group I Stewards Cup at Sha Tin on Sunday.
|One to Watch – Wyong |
a full brother to brilliant imported Group II winner Puissance de Lune (IRE),
there was always going to be plenty of interest in this dashing grey when he
stepped out at Wyong on Thursday.
|Aussie Bred Triumphs in HK Mile|
bred five year-old Able Friend was favourite for the Group I HK International
Mile on Sunday at Sha Tin and produced an explosive performance to win the
world's richest turf event over a mile in a breeze.
|Aussie Star On Track for Group I HK Mile |
Inglis Easter graduate Able Friend cruised into favouritism for the Group 1 Hong Kong Mile in December with a dashing victory in the feature lead up today, the Group 2 Bochk Wealth Management Jockey Club Mile at Sha Tin.
|One to Watch – Seymour|
for Australian breeders we seen no more of Darley shuttler Shamardal (USA) and
he's the sire of our One to Watch for Tuesday, an impressive debut winner at
|Super Saturday for Shamardal|
Hardly a week goes by where we are not left to lament the disappearance of Shamardal (USA) from the Darley Australia roster after five seasons.
|Shamardal Gelding Continues On Winning Way|
Two-year-old Shamardal (USA) gelding Delectation announced himself as a genuine spring contender with his third win in a row in Saturday's Tab Early Quaddie Hcp (1200m) at Rosehill.
|More Wins Ahead for Holder Sunset|
her rivals a clean pair of heels at Randwick on Monday was speedy Shamardal
(USA) mare Holder Sunset, a $260,000 Inglis Easter purchase for Belmont
Bloodstock from the draft of Torryburn Stud.
|One to Watch - Sale|
change of scene seems to have worked wonders on this promising filly that was
thought good enough to contest the Group II ATC Sweet Embrace Stakes and Magic
Night Stakes before reappearing to break her maiden at Sale on Thursday.
|Cameo Performance in Scone Cup|
The royally-bred Cameo proved something of an enigma for Peter Snowden but she will hold a special place in the heart of John O'Shea following her win in Friday's $200,000 Listed Emirates Park Scone Cup (1600m).