First Season Sire Watch on Saturday

Tara Madgwick - Friday March 5

The first season sires division have been making news every Saturday and will have every opportunity to keep the ball rolling again today with loads of interesting runners around Australia.

The Group II ATC Todman Stakes sees a highly anticipated clash between Profiteer (Capitalist) and Stay Inside (Extreme Choice), stay tuned for all the action!

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