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Racing NSW Chairman, Russel Balding has made a  21 page complaint to the ABC over the ‘Final Race’ segment broadcast on the 7.30 Report claiming the national broadcaster had fallen far short of its statutory duty and its Editorial Policy requirements.
Two heats for juveniles at the Rosehill barrier trials on Thursday morning produced two Magic Millions sold winners, one of which fetched $1.3million at the Gold Coast and the other is a daughter of first season sire Exosphere.
Unprecedented support from breeders across Australasia has led to Magic Millions assembling a star studded catalogue for the 2020 Gold Coast Yearling Sale.
When you have a $700,000 yearling with six siblings that are all stakes performers that brings a certain amount of pressure.
Scrapbook or Cheque book - It’s a dilemma that faces the majority of New Zealand owners and trainers when they have a promising galloper and a flood of overseas money comes knocking.
Blue Gum Farm has stood Golden Slipper producing sire Manhattan Rain for the past three seasons and Phillip Campbell is on a mission is to resurrect the stallion’s name ahead of the 2020 yearling sales which will see his first Victorian bred offspring enter the sale ring.
Blue Gum Farm’s Phil Campbell has no illusions of where Turffontein stands in the pecking order of stallions.
The wait is over for Bombora Downs after their stallion Warhorse produced his first winner when Toots is Tops won at Ballina during the Melbourne Cup Carnival for trainer Stephen Lee.
On a day when six of our second crop sires all posted winners, only one of them managed a winning double and that was Darley’s Hallowed Crown, who had two short priced favourites salute at Bendigo for Godolphin.
A half-sister to multiple Group II winner Catkins, in foal to exciting Aquis-based first season sire Brave Smash, has topped Inglis Digital’s November (Early) Online Sale, selling to Mark Player’s International Thoroughbred Solutions Pty Ltd. for $245,000 (plus GST), a record price for a broodmare on the platform.
The Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman-trained True Enough was backed into $4 favoritism by punters in the Group II Coupland’s Bakeries Mile (1600m) at Riccarton on Wednesday, a race won last year by outstanding galloper Te Akau Shark.
Melbourne-based jockey Michael Dee made a fleeting visit to Riccarton on Wednesday to join forces with emerging trainer and long-time friend Daniel Miller and the pair combined for a double, including Group III success in the Lindauer Stewards Stakes Handicap (1200m) with four-year-old mare Sheezallmine.
Melbourne Cup hero Shocking has been enjoying success this spring with his classy stayer Surprise Baby, who was fifth in the Melbourne Cup, the Rich Hill Stud based sire also producing a new Group III winner in New Zealand on Wednesday.
The combination of trainers Michael and Matthew Pitman and owner Jim Bruford has again come to the fore during New Zealand Cup week in Christchurch.
Outstanding mare Enable has been crowned Cartier Horse of the Year for a second time, following a fruitful season which saw her win three of four starts in Group I races before finishing a brave second in the Arc de Triomphe, a race she had won twice before.
Trending Sires to Watch at NZB’s Ready to Run Sale
This month marks New Zealand Bloodstock’s Ready to Run Sale of Two-Year-Olds - a Sale that has become a highlight event on the calendar of Australia’s and Asia’s leading trainers and buyers. MORE...
Sad Passing of a Blue Hen
To produce one Group I winner for any mare is an amazing achievement , but to produce two and another Group III winner puts you in the class of a blue hen, which is why Damien Kirwan and his team at Peppertree Farm were devastated last week to lose St Therese, but take heart from the fact her final foal is a filly.
Busiest Sires in Britain and Ireland for 2019
Statistics released by Weatherbys this week reveal the busiest thoroughbred sires in Britain and Ireland this year and while jumps sires fill the first four places on the list, the most popular flat sire is a first season horse that has shuttled to Victoria this spring in Sioux Nation (USA).
Coolmore Release European Fees for 2020
Coolmore have released service fees on their European flat sires for 2020 and while Galileo remains listed as private, their most expensive sire listed with a fee is now Scat Daddy’s high class son No Nay Never (USA), currently based in Australia for Coolmore at Jerry’s Plains.
FOAL GALLERY 2019
(F) O'Lonhro x Financial Miss
Aird's Green Euroa, Vic
(C) Ilovethiscity x Maraudamiss
Aird's Green Euroa, Vic
(C) Bon Aurum x Recession Buster
Aird's Green Euroa, Vic
(C) Stryker x Live in Black
Bred at Cannon Hayes Stud For JWM Racing No 2
(F) Exosphere x Uranie
Bred at at Cannon Hayes Stud For JWM Racing NO 2
STALLION ANNOUNCEMENTS 2019
Stratosphere to Stand at Grenville Stud
Grenville Stud is very excited to announce that electrifying young stallion prospect Stratosphere will be standing at Grenville this upcoming breeding season.
Widden Stud to Stand Trapeze Artist
Four time Group I winning sprinter Trapeze Artist was in explosive form at Randwick on Saturday taking out the Group I ATC Canterbury Stakes in track record time with owner Bert Vieira revealing after the win his champion would be standing at Widden Stud this spring.
Boulder City - Half-Brother to a Legend
What a send off it was for Winx in Saturday's $4 million Group One Queen Elizabeth Stakes, the grand mare doing what Lonhro and Octagonal were able to do at their final starts in that same race - saying goodbye to her tens ofthousands of devoted fans with a typically soft victory - one that saw her retire as the world's highest ever prize money earner.
Spendthrift Australia Set 2019 Roster and Fees
Spendthrift Australia has set service fees for its roster of six stallions for 2019, led by multiple Group One-winning two-year-old Bolt d’Oro (USA) who will stand his debut season for $13,750 including GST.
NEW TO STUD 2019
Sire: Snitzel (Redoute's Choice)
Dam: Treppes (Domesday)
Standing at: Widden Stud $88,000
Tosen Phantom (Neo Universe) x Tosen Smash (Tokai Teio)
Standing at Aquis Hunter Valley NSW: $22,000
War Front (Danzig) x Misty For Me (Galileo)
Standing at Valachi Downs: $20,000
I Am Invincible (Invincible Spirit) x Ghaliah (Secret Savings)
Standing at Aquis Hunter Valley NSW: $16,500
Fastnet Rock (Danehill) x Our Egyptian Raine (Desert Sun)
Standing at Royal Stone Stud: $2,500
SALES
GENERAL SIRES
Nicconi's Nature Strip Romps Darley Sprint Classic
Nature Strip won a lot of new friends with his fighting fourth in The Everest and everyone is aware of his love for the straight but nothing could prepare for the performance of the glorious looking son of Nicconi in Saturday’s $2 million Group 1 Darley Sprint Classic (1200m) at Flemington.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Rubick4716 (1)$7,556,605
Declaration of War4217 (2)$7,554,835
Pierro13552 (6)$6,606,433
Ocean Park5823 (3)$6,532,560
I Am Invincible20463 (5)$5,966,880
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
I Am Invincible20463 (5)$5,966,880
Fastnet Rock14454 (3)$3,847,920
Written Tycoon19954 (3)$2,806,629
Sebring20353 (2)$2,768,340
Pierro13552 (6)$6,606,433
Epaulette
Commands x Accessories
86 runners this season for 23 winners and 1 stakes winner.
Stands at Darley NSW, Aus
FIRST SEASON SIRES
First Winner for Spill the Beans
Aquis Farm’s Spill the Beans posted his first winner on Sunday and just for good measure made it a quinella siring the first two home in the juvenile maiden at Townsville.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Pride of Dubai21 (1)$227,375
Criterion10$98,000
Spill the Beans51$68,450
Vancouver20$66,600
I'm All the Talk30$28,700
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Pride of Dubai21 (1)$227,375
Spill the Beans51$68,450
Bull Point10$22,500
I'm All the Talk30$28,700
Vancouver20$66,600
Va Pensiero
Stratum x Rosmarino
SECOND SEASON SIRES
Hallowed Crown Winning Double
On a day when six of our second crop sires all posted winners, only one of them managed a winning double and that was Darley’s Hallowed Crown, who had two short priced favourites salute at Bendigo for Godolphin.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Rubick4716 (1)$7,556,605
Deep Field6524 (1)$1,333,065
Brazen Beau3410 (3)$1,176,150
Shooting to Win379$993,865
Puissance de Lune145 (1)$906,435
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Deep Field6524 (1)$1,333,065
Better Than Ready4316$830,965
Rubick4716 (1)$7,556,605
Brazen Beau3410 (3)$1,176,150
Toronado3810$472,545
Deep Field
Northern Meteor x Listen Here
73 runners this season for 25 winners and 1 stakes winner.
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RACING

Stakes Races Coming Up

Sat Nov 16: NCLE -
SPRING STAKES (1600m),
Sat Nov 16: DOOM -
KEITH NOUD QUALITY (1200m),
Sat Nov 16: SAND -
ZIPPING CLASSIC (2400m),
SANDOWN GUINEAS (1600m),
SANDOWN STAKES (1500m),
ECLIPSE STAKES (1800m),
SUMMONED STAKES (1500m),
KEVIN HEFFERNAN STAKES (1300m),
SANDOWN CUP (3200m),
TWILIGHT GLOW STAKES (1400m),
DOVETON STAKES (1200m),
MERSON COOPER STAKES (1000m),
Sat Nov 16: ASCT -
W.A. CHAMPION FILLIES ST (1600m),
COLONEL REEVES STAKES (1100m),
R.J. PETERS STAKES (1500m),