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Champion sire Fastnet Rock gave us a 'One to Watch' on Wednesday. Click here to find out more.
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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.
 What makes these stallions so special.
Like their sire, when Tosen Stardom ((Jpn)  dropped from the sky in his emphatic G1 Emirates Stakes victory, Tosen Stardom’s first foals have also dropped and are now creating their own hype.
Bob and Sandra Peters have had phenomenal success with their homebreds including current superstar mare Arcadia Queen, but it was a filly they purchased from Inglis Easter that caught our eye as a ‘One to Watch’ on Wednesday at Belmont.
Talented Rubick gelding Erno overcame a very heavy track at Warwick Farm on Wednesday to post his third win and first for the new season.
The stage is set for some early fireworks in the 2019-20 New Zealand Bloodstock Filly of the Year Series, with a high-quality field assembled for Saturday’s first leg, the $70,000 Group 3 Hawke’s Bay Breeders Gold Trail Stakes (1200m) at Hastings.
There was plenty of hype surrounding Harlech heading into his raceday resumption at Matamata on Wednesday and the exciting three-year-old duly delivered, taking out the Waharoa Transport CO(1995) Ltd 1200.
With his first Southern Hemisphere bred yearlings to be offered at Australasian sales in 2020 it's good to see Coolmore's Triple Crown hero American Pharoah (USA) getting diverse winners on varying surfaces in different locations.
Exciting galloper Catalyst has made the perfect start to his three-year-old season with his two stakes victories to date, and leading Australian form analyst Daniel O’Sullivan believes the son of Darci Brahma will only get better.
For the past two seasons, the world’s richest sprint, The Everest has been won by Redzel setting his sire Snitzel up for successive Australian Champion Sire titles, but this year there is change in the air.
Peter Dunn’s Dodmark Thoroughbreds already have an exciting spring prospect and Derby contender in Just Thinkin’ and will be hoping to unleash another at Warwick Farm later this afternoon.
The first of the Nostradamus (Medaglia D'Oro – Leone Chiara) progeny to trial has proven to be a big surprise packet for star Queensland trainer Liam Birchley.
Champion Victorian sire Written Tycoon has a number of brilliant sons now at stud, but the first to retire was Rich Enuff and the Woodside Park based sire produced an impressive trial winner at Toowoomba on Tuesday morning.
New Zealand Bloodstock Insurance, in association with New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing, is proud to announce three new Triple Crown Series for the 2019-20 New Zealand racing season.
The latest round of Thoroughbred Sport Horse Association classes took place at the big Willinga Park show last weekend at picturesque Bawley Point on the South Coast of NSW where the best showjumpers in the country gathered for four hot days of competition.
Regally Bred Fastnet Rock Son to Stand at Allandale
Such confidence does Allandale Park have in Carry On Rocking that they are excited to announce that the unraced but regally bred bay will be making his stud debut at the Hobbys Yards farm this spring. MORE...
Beware Hobby Part-Sale Tax Solution
As they say in the classics, “Good news travels fast”, and over the years I’ve very much adopted this mantra when trying to decide what horse tax information I will share with you.
Darley Stallions Impress Victorian Breeders
Some 650 guests attended the annual Darley Victoria Stallion Parade at Northwood Park last weekend, which for the first time featured a selection of young stallions from the NSW roster.
ATO Still Has Racehorses in its Sights
Since early 2016 we have regularly updated the racing industry about the ATO’s “Lifestyle Assets” data matching project it initiated at that time.
FOAL GALLERY 2019
(F) Panzer Division x St Therese
Peppertree FArm, NSW
(C) Tosen Stardom (Jpn) x Majestic Power
Phoenix Broodmare Farm, Vic
(C) Tosen Stardom (Jpn) x Cloudbuster
Woodside Park Stud, Vic
(C) Artie Schiller (USA) x Missgoblet
Miranda Park, Vic
(C) Overshare x I Got a Turbo
Miranda Park, Vic
STALLION ANNOUNCEMENTS 2019
Newgate Farm Announce 2019 Fees
Newgate Farm have a top class roster of young stallions in 2019 offering breeders a variety of the very best Australian speed bloodlines across an affordable price range.
Armidale Stud retain “All-Star” Stallion for 2019
It was announced earlier today Group 1 sire Needs Further will remain at the Whishaw Family’s iconic Armidale Stud in Tasmania for the 2019 breeding season.
The Autumn Sun Joins The Arrowfield Roster
Sensational colt The Autumn Sun (Redoute’s Choice-Azmiyna by Galileo) has retired from racing and will join the Arrowfield Stud roster for the 2019 season.
Shamus Award Switching to Rosemont
The news last week of the return of Starspangledbanner to Rosemont Stud has been backed up this week with the Victorian farm announcing that former Widden stallion Shamus Award will stand at Rosemont this season.
NEW TO STUD 2019
Sire: Siyouni (Pivotal)
Dam: Aloona (Smart Strike)
Standing at: Woodpark Stud $4,400
Fastnet Rock (Danehill) x My Tusker (Volksraad)
Standing at Brisbane Meadows: $1,500
Scat Daddy (Johannesburg) x Leslie's Lady (Tricky Creek)
Standing at Coolmore Stud: $17,600
Zoustar (Northern Meteor) x She's Meaner (Falvelon)
Standing at Aquis Victoria: $17,600
Neo Universe (Sunday Silence) x Tokio Reality (Meadowlake)
Standing at Oaklands Stud: $9,900
SALES
GENERAL SIRES
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Not a Single Doubt8517 (2)$1,795,300
Sebring15129 (1)$1,545,715
I Am Invincible13734 (1)$1,530,050
Pierro9431 (1)$1,474,522
Fastnet Rock10227 (1)$1,426,645
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
I Am Invincible13734 (1)$1,530,050
Pierro9431 (1)$1,474,522
Sebring15129 (1)$1,545,715
Fastnet Rock10227 (1)$1,426,645
All Too Hard10527 (1)$1,049,810
High Chaparral
SADLER'S WELLS x KASORA
106 runners this season for 22 winners
Stands at Deceased,
FIRST SEASON SIRES
12th Winner for Shooting to Win
On the last day of the Australian racing season the only first season sire to post a winner was Darley’s Caulfield Guineas hero Shooting to Win and he did it in style with a debut winner at Belmont in Perth.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Sidestep216 (1)$2,557,890
Better Than Ready4723 (3)$2,045,170
Rubick5115 (1)$1,446,245
Deep Field5721 (2)$1,403,605
Brazen Beau337 (1)$1,378,490
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Better Than Ready4723 (3)$2,045,170
Deep Field5721 (2)$1,403,605
Rubick5115 (1)$1,446,245
Shooting to Win3312$637,480
Brazen Beau337 (1)$1,378,490
Real Impact
Deep Impact x Tokio Reality
Stands at Unknown,
SECOND SEASON SIRES
Promising Rubick 3YO Salutes
Talented Rubick gelding Erno overcame a very heavy track at Warwick Farm on Wednesday to post his third win and first for the new season.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Deep Field3611$433,630
Rubick297 (1)$383,745
Shooting to Win257$232,425
Toronado164$228,525
Better Than Ready275$225,735
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Deep Field3611$433,630
Shooting to Win257$232,425
Rubick297 (1)$383,745
Better Than Ready275$225,735
Whittington154$175,550
Deep Field
Northern Meteor x Listen Here
37 runners this season for 11 winners
The future sires still on the track identified and analyzed. From the AAA rating jewels in the crown to those just hitting the radar.
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RACING

Stakes Races Coming Up

Fri Sep 20: NCLE -
CAMERON HCP (1500m),
NEWCASTLE CUP (2300m),
TIBBIE STAKES (1400m),
Sat Sep 21: RAND -
GEORGE MAIN STAKES (1600m),
THE SHORTS (1100m),
TEA ROSE STAKES (1400m),
BILL RITCHIE HANDICAP (1400m),
KINGSTON TOWN STAKES (2000m),
Sat Sep 21: MORP -
TOKYO CITY CUP (1800m),
W H WYLIE HANDICAP (1100m),
Sat Sep 21: CAUL -
SIR RUPERT CLARKE STAKES (1400m),
NATURALISM STAKES (2000m),
HOW NOW STAKES (1200m),
FOUNDATION PLATE (1400m),
Sun Sep 22: KALG -
BOULDER CUP (2100m),