|Zabeel Stakes Double|
Two veteran sons of Zabeel, who have hardly endeared
themselves to punters of late, may well meet up in the Group 2 Brisbane Cup
following long overdue stakes wins on Saturday.
|2013 McKell Cup - Fiumicino buys time|
Dual Group I winner Fiumicino may have extended his
time as a racehorse when he careered away with Saturday's Listed WJ McKell Cup
(2400m) at Randwick.
|Best On Breeding|
With his daughters producing the winners of over $14 million
in the current season, Zabeel looks a lock to earn his second champion
Australian broodmare title.
|One to Watch – Sale|
Moody, Zabeel, Sir Patrick Hogan and Eight Carat – what's not to like about
this impressive winner at Sale on Sunday.
|Lights of Heaven Still Going Strong|
Moody might have lost his darling in Black Caviar, but his five year-old Zabeel
mare Lights of Heaven is still going strong and added the Group II AD Hollindale
Cup to her tally at the Gold Coast on Saturday.
|Lights Of Heaven's title defence to start in 2013 Hollindale Stakes|
Top staying mare Lights Of Heaven will begin her Group II Brisbane Cup
(2400m) defence in Saturday's Group II AD Hollindale Stakes (1800m) at the Gold
|Kiwis Quinella Group Two Chairman's Quality|
It was a kiwi bred quinella in Saturday's A$175,000 Group 2 Chairman's Quality (2600m) at Randwick with Zabeel four-year-old Tremec and Blood Brotha putting in good performances in the lead up to the Group 1 Sydney Cup.
|2013 Chairman's Quality result - Patience pays for Thompson|
Patinack Farm trainer John Thompson's future remains unknown but Tremec provided a great advertisement of the Patinack Farm horseman's talents with his win in Saturday's Group II Chairman's Quality (2600m) at Randwick.
|Zabeel Mare Romps Home In Selwood Stakes|
Trainer Peter Moody was a relieved man when the Zabeel mare Lights
Of Heaven broke a ten month drought in Saturday's Group III Neville Sellwood
Stakes (2000m) at Rosehill Gardens.
|First Win for Zabeelionaire Sister|
full sister to Group I SAJC South Australian Derby winner Zabeelionaire,
promising filly Gondokoro broke through for a well-deserved first win at Moonee
Valley on Monday providing a timely update for her yearling full brother who is
headed for the 2013 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale.