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Pride of Dubai added a fourth winner to his tally with a debut victory on Tuesday at Bendigo for blue-blooded filly Maha. Click here to find out more.
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Sun Stud’s dual Group I winner Palentino is poised to make his mark at the 2020 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale where his first yearlings are set to impress buyers next week.
Victorian breeder Gary O’Meara of Miranda Park is a man that loves his horses and the 2020 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale will feature four quality youngsters consigned under his banner.
As we head towards the 2020 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale where he has nine yearlings on offer, Swettenham Stud’s young High Chaparral sire Toronado (IRE) gave us a ‘One to Watch’ on Tuesday from the stable of Melanie O’Gorman.
The Rosehill trials on Tuesday morning featured plenty of heavy hitters in the winners list including Standout, Booker, Unforgotten and Cosmic Force with the six heats for two year-olds producing plenty of interesting winners including the most expensive yearling by Not a Single Doubt sold in 2019.
A homebred for Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Maktoum, as was her dual Group I winning sire Pride of Dubai, two year-old filly Maha made a winning debut at Bendigo on Tuesday.
Darley stallions and Telemon Thoroughbreds have announced Champion First-Season Sire 2018/19, Sidestep, will continue to stand in Queensland.
Cambridge trainer Tony Pike will unleash a pair of classic contenders by champion Australian sires Redoute's Choice and Fastnet Rock this week with Group One-wining filly Loire set to contest the Gr.oup II  Little Avondale Lowland Stakes (2100m) at Hawke’s Bay on Wednesday, while stablemate Sherwood Forest will represent the team in the Group I Vodafone New Zealand Derby (2400m
The Challenge No.10 Syndicate members know they will eventually have to part with their exciting filly Jennifer Eccles, but are set to enjoy more highlights before her farewell.
When you have a commercial broodmare population saturated with the blood of a champion sire, you need an outcross sire to bring in some hybrid vigour and take the breed forward.
Records tumbled across the board as a strong local and mainland buying bench led to the 2020 Magic Millions Tasmanian Yearling Sale reaching new heights.
The Japanese market is an important one for an international sire and Coolmore’s Triple Crown hero American Pharoah (USA)  has made his presence felt in that jurisdiction with an impressive six winners from seven starters including his exciting new stakes-winner Café Pharoah, whose pedigree is an interesting one for Aussie breeders.
Sun Stud’s dual Group I winner Palentino is poised to make his mark at the 2020 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale where his first yearlings are set to impress buyers next week.
Golden Sixty continued his winning ways in Hong Kong on Sunday when taking out the HK$10 million Hong Kong Classic Cup (1800m) at Sha Tin for trainer Francis Lui.
When Eureka Stud’s Scott McAlpine paid $26,000 for the broodmare Coupe Express in foal to Written Tycoon at the Inglis August Mixed Sale in 2015, little did he know the ride he was in for.
The 2020 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale Preview will air on Monday night February 24 at 8pm on Sky Thoroughbred Central, reflecting the great work undertaken by Inglis and supporting breeders to continue to improve the quality of Inglis Premier graduates.
Mill Park Stars for Inglis Premier
Leading South Australian nursery Mill Park Stud is never without star performers and the current crop of headline making graduates include Magic Millions 2YO Classic winner Away Game and quality stakes-winning three year-olds Dalasan, Banquo and Dawn Passage . MORE...
Longwood Thoroughbred Farm Premiere at Inglis Premier
Longwood Thoroughbred Farm is the realization of a lifelong dream for former AFL star Michael Christian, whose passion for thoroughbreds has slowly but surely taken over his life in the best way possible. MORE...
Thoroughbred Industry Welfare Initiative Announced
The thoroughbred industry has come together to announce a strategy to develop a national horse welfare regime.
Sire Profitability at Magic Millions 2020
Magic Millions 2020 has been well covered but we always find it interesting to take a look at the sires that returned the most profit for their supporters in terms of multiple of fee and straight profit.
Special Filly Thirty-Five Years In The Making
For the Victorian-sired filly who has graced our tracks four times to remain unbeaten the three-year-old filly sure is ‘something special’.
STALLION ANNOUNCEMENTS 2020
Swettenham Seek Immortality with Invincible Son
Constructing an appealing stallion roster for a respected and successful commercial farm that seeks to offer something for everyone is no easy task and Adam Sangster had the feeling something was missing at Swettenham Stud, until now.
Everest Winner Yes Yes Yes Retired to Stud
Outstanding three year-old sprinter Yes Yes Yes has been retired to stud due to injury, the Everest winning son of Rubick to stand at Coolmore Australia in 2020.
NEW TO STUD 2020
Sire: I Am Invincible (Invincible Spirit)
Dam: Meliora (Ad Valorem)
Standing at Swettenham Stud
Rubick (Encosta De Lago) x Sin Sin Sin (Fantastic Light)
Standing at Coolmore Stud
SALES
GENERAL SIRES
Aussie Bred Wins HK Classic Mile
The $HK10million Hong Kong Classic Mile at Sha Tin on Monday was won in commanding style by exciting prospect Golden Sixty, an Aussie bred Medaglia D’Oro (USA) gelding, whose half-brother Quiet Riot was also a winner at Warwick Farm earlier in the day.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
I Am Invincible288122 (7)$10,337,087
Snitzel274101 (11)$9,935,789
Pierro18182 (7)$9,198,643
Rubick8531 (1)$8,996,895
Zoustar15564 (6)$8,196,886
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
I Am Invincible288122 (7)$10,337,087
Written Tycoon277110 (5)$6,483,245
Snitzel274101 (11)$9,935,789
Sebring28696 (3)$6,192,525
Fastnet Rock20492 (5)$7,048,599
Lope De Vega
SHAMARDAL x LADY VETTORI
140 runners this season for 53 winners and 5 stakes winners.
FIRST SEASON SIRES
Impressive Debut Winner for Pride of Dubai
A homebred for Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Maktoum, as was her dual Group I winning sire Pride of Dubai, two year-old filly Maha made a winning debut at Bendigo on Tuesday.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Pride of Dubai153 (1)$740,755
Spill the Beans174$320,550
Night of Thunder62 (1)$285,000
Headwater113$284,430
Vancouver91$200,950
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Spill the Beans174$320,550
Jabali43$185,525
Pride of Dubai153 (1)$740,755
Headwater113$284,430
Night of Thunder62 (1)$285,000
I'm All The Talk
Stratum x Weekend Gossip
First Season Sire Runners Today: I'm All The Talk (3), No Nay Never (2), Nostradamus (1), Outreach (1), Real Impact (1),
For the full first season sires info incl daily runners, sires table, stats, news and more - CLICK HERE
SECOND SEASON SIRES
One to Watch – Tamworth
As we head towards the 2020 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale where he has nine yearlings on offer, Swettenham Stud’s young High Chaparral sire Toronado (IRE) gave us a ‘One to Watch’ on Tuesday from the stable of Melanie O’Gorman.
TOP SIRES BY PRIZEMONEY
Rubick8531 (1)$8,996,895
Deep Field10950 (2)$2,852,950
Brazen Beau6425 (4)$2,505,295
Better Than Ready8838$1,824,220
Shooting to Win6622 (1)$1,767,680
TOP SIRES BY WINNERS
Deep Field10950 (2)$2,852,950
Better Than Ready8838$1,824,220
Rubick8531 (1)$8,996,895
Brazen Beau6425 (4)$2,505,295
Toronado6425 (1)$1,572,135
Wandjina
Snitzel x La Bamba
71 runners this season for 21 winners
Second Season Sire Runners Today: Akeed Mofeed (2), City Place (2), Dundeel (3), Epaulette (2), Eurozone (3), Ferlax (1), Fighting Sun (1), Fiorente (11), Kuroshio (2), Mahisara (3), Playing God (4), Shamexpress (3), Shamus Award (2), Sizzling (4), Spirit Of Boom (4), Unencumbered (5), Zoustar (7),
For the full first season sires info incl daily runners, sires table, stats, news and more - CLICK HERE
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

Wed Feb 26: LAUN -
LAUNCESTON CUP (2400m),
GOLD SOVEREIGN STAKES (1200m),
MOWBRAY STAKES (1600m),
Sat Feb 29: RAND -
CHIPPING NORTON STAKES (1600m),
SURROUND STAKES (1400m),
GUY WALTER STAKES (1400m),
SKYLINE STAKES (1200m),
SWEET EMBRACE STAKES (1200m),
LIVERPOOL CITY CUP (1300m),
Sat Feb 29: DOOM -
MEMBERS' CUP (1600m),
Sat Feb 29: MORP -
BOAG'S LORD REIMS STAKES (2600m),
CINDERELLA STAKES (1050m),
Sat Feb 29: FLEM -
AUSTRALIAN GUINEAS (1600m),
FRANCES TRESSADY STAKES (1400m),
SHAFTESBURY AVENUE HCP (1400m),
ROY HIGGINS QUALITY (2600m),
BOB HOYSTED STAKES (1000m),
FESTIVAL OF RACING STAKES (1000m),
Sat Feb 29: ASCT -
LEX PIPER STAKES (1600m),
ASCOT 1000 GUINEAS (1800m),