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The sale of star mare Consensus (NZ) (Postponed) on gavelhouse.com has set an Australasian online auction record of $622,500 to the bid of Yulong Investments on Monday night.
The final Thoroughbred Sport Horse Association classes of the year were held at the Chatham Park Summer Classic in Sydney last weekend at the Sydney International Equestrian Centre with strong fields in all classes which were dominated by outstanding young rider Charly Robinson and her 12 year old mare Pure Obsession.
The sad loss of Yarraman Park's much loved sire Hinchinbrook was highlighted yet again at Sha Tin on Sunday when his quality sprinter Beat the Clock led home an Aussie bred first four in the Group I HK International Sprint.
New Zealand-bred gelding Gunga Din (NZ) (ShamExpress) relished a hot race tempo at Rosehill in Sydney on Saturday to street his Highway Handicap rivals and pull off another training coup for veteran Canberra trainer Keith Dryden.
Wyndspelle’s (NZ) breakthrough Group One win topped off a big day at Trentham on Saturday for Haunui Farm.
Boutique South Coast based thoroughbred operation Bell View Park has a new manager with accomplished horse woman Mikayla Jeffcoat taking up the role.
Karaka 2020 will see buyers flock to New Zealand from all around the world, lured by a compelling record of graduate success.
For the fourth year in a row and the fifth time in the last six years, the HK$20 million Group 1 Hong Kong Sprint (1200m) has been won by a Karaka graduate.
Outstanding Premier Yearling Sale graduate Beat The Clock claimed his third G1 success of the year in today’s Hong Kong Sprint, in a race where the first six horses over the line were Inglis graduates.
The Mitchell family are pleased to announce that Matt Scown will be returning to Yarraman Park to join the management team in 2020.
The Japanese sent a strong contingent for this year’s International Race Day at Sha Tin and they carried of three of the four Group 1 races with Win Bright (JPN) putting the stamp on a great day when he edged the valiant Magic Wand (IRE) by a short-head in the days feature, the Group 1 The Longines Hong Kong Cup.
It’s been some day for the Japanese stallion Daiwa Major (Sunday Silence) whose 2-year-old daughter Resistencia (JPN) assured her place as the champion filly in Japan with a record-breaking win in the Group 1 Hanshin Fillies Stakes shortly before his 3-year-old son Admire Mars (JPN) dominated the finish of the Longines Hong Kong Mile at Sha Tin.
It’s the Joao Moreira show at Sha Tin as the ‘magic man’ added the Group 1 Longines Hong Kong Sprint to his victory in the HK Vase as the John Size-trained Beat The Clock earned his third win at the highest level.
The Japanese drew first blood on Hong Kong International Race Day filling three of the first four places in the Group 1 Hong Kong Vase.  
Co-trainer Graeme Rogerson admits he still hasn’t worked out whether enigmatic three-year-old Mascarpone has a sprinting or staying future ahead of him, but what he does know is that he has an exciting prospect on his hands whichever way the cards fall.
Whittington Continues to Strike for QTIS Stallions
Grandview Stud stallion Whittington is proving one of the better value QTIS stallions as he continues to notch up early wins in the second season sire standings. MORE...
Why the Melbourne Cup Carnival Still Has the Magic
Sydney can invent as many new $1million races as it likes, but at the end of the day there is only one Melbourne Cup Carnival and it’s the best race meeting in the Southern Hemisphere rivalled only on the world stage by Royal Ascot, so what made it great this year?
2018/19 Victorian Breeders Awards Wrap
On Saturday night, over 125 Victorian breeders, stud staff, sponsors and supporters converged upon Inglis’ Oaklands Junction complex for the 2018/19 Victorian Breeders Awards and Christmas Party.
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).
FOAL GALLERY 2019
(C) Snitzel x Exclusive Lass
Willow Park, NSW
(C) Snitzel x Exclusive Lass
Willow Park, NSW
(C) So You Think x Offer It Up
Willow Park, NSW
(C) Kermadec x Lighthouse Flame
Willow Park, NSW
(C) Astern x Twisterfox
Willow Park, NSW
STALLION ANNOUNCEMENTS 2019
Vinery Stud Announce 2019 Fees
Vinery Stud has announced their 2019 service fees ahead of a breakthrough season for exciting young sires Press Statement and Headwater.
Windsor Park Announce 2019 Fees
Windsor Park Stud have announced their fees for 2019 on a roster headed by Invincible Spirit's Group I winning son Charm Spirit (IRE).
Sidestep To Stay In Qld - Fee Announced
SIDESTEP, the sire of Group 1 Golden Slipper Stakes winner Kiamichi, will remain at Telemon Thoroughbreds in Queensland for the 2019 breeding season under an existing arrangement with Darley.
Eurozone Welcomed at Bellereve Stud
Quality Northern Meteor stallion Eurozone has been in hot form this year siring two stakes-winners in Krone and Mystery Love, so is an exciting new addition at Bellereve Stud near Canberra.
NEW TO STUD 2019
Sire: Scat Daddy (Johannesburg)
Dam: Dream The Blues (Oasis Dream)
Standing at: Swettenham Stud $17,600
Fastnet Rock (Danehill) x Our Egyptian Raine (Desert Sun)
Standing at Royal Stone Stud: $2,500
O'Reilly (Last Tycoon) x Ruqqaya (Van Nistelrooy)
Standing at Yulong Lane: $13,750
Snitzel (Redoute's Choice) x Nocturnelle (Elusive Quality)
Standing at Oakwood Farm: $6,600
Fastnet Rock (Danehill) x My Tusker (Volksraad)
Standing at Brisbane Meadows: $1,500
SALES
GENERAL SIRES
Miller Thoroughbreds and Yarraman Park Celebrate Maiden Win of Jealice
Punters were off to a fast start on Jericho Cup day when the Archie Alexander-trained Jealice opened her winning account in the APCO Service Stations Harry Bell 3YO Maiden Plate at Warrnambool, which would have been warmly welcomed at Yarraman Park who will consign her full-brother to the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale next February.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Rubick6118 (1)$7,725,110
Declaration of War5119 (2)$7,647,780
Pierro15665 (7)$7,643,223
I Am Invincible23582 (6)$6,835,665
Ocean Park6525 (3)$6,778,770
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
I Am Invincible23582 (6)$6,835,665
Written Tycoon22867 (3)$3,831,744
Sebring23967 (2)$3,368,965
Pierro15665 (7)$7,643,223
Fastnet Rock16063 (4)$4,504,920
Moshe
Bel Esprit x Helsinge
112 runners this season for 28 winners
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 Dubai51 (1)$260,075
Spill the Beans91$119,950
Criterion10$98,000
Vancouver60$81,300
I'm All the Talk30$28,700
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Spill the Beans91$119,950
Pride of Dubai51 (1)$260,075
Bull Point10$22,500
I'm All the Talk30$28,700
Vancouver60$81,300
Bull Point
Fastnet Rock x Rose Of Cimmaron
SECOND SEASON SIRES
Metro Double for Wandjina
It’s been a good day at the office for Newgate Farm’s Wandjina, who posted a quinella in the opening race at the twilight meeting at Randwick on Friday and then added another winner at Moonee Valley in the evening.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Rubick6118 (1)$7,725,110
Deep Field7832 (2)$1,769,840
Brazen Beau4118 (4)$1,489,000
Shooting to Win4512$1,118,190
Better Than Ready5921$1,026,090
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Deep Field7832 (2)$1,769,840
Better Than Ready5921$1,026,090
Brazen Beau4118 (4)$1,489,000
Rubick6118 (1)$7,725,110
Shooting to Win4512$1,118,190
Deep Field
Northern Meteor x Listen Here
87 runners this season for 32 winners and 2 stakes winners.
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RACING

Stakes Races Coming Up

Thu Dec 12: WYNG -
MAGIC MILLIONS WYONG 2YO CLASSIC (1100m),
Sat Dec 14: RAND -
INGLIS NURSERY (1000m),
VILLIERS STAKES (1600m),
RAZOR SHARP HCP (1200m),
CHRISTMAS CUP (2400m),
Sat Dec 14: DOOM -
LOUGH NEAGH STAKES (1600m),
BRIBIE HANDICAP (1050m),
PHELAN READY STAKES (1050m),
CALAWAY GAL STAKES (1050m),
GOLD EDITION PLATE (1300m),
Sat Dec 14: MORP -
CHRISTMAS HANDICAP (1200m),
Sat Dec 14: ASCT -
A.J. SCAHILL STAKES (1400m),