Smart South African Winner for Maurice

Tara Madgwick - Saturday October 23

Arrowfield stud shuttler Maurice (Jpn) had his first Australian stakes-winner on Saturday in Mazu and also has a bright prospect in South Africa with three year-old filly Whoa Whoa Whoa scoring her second win at Kenilworth.

Trained by Brett Crawford for Ridgemont Stud, Whoa Whoa Whoa was favourite for the 1200m fillies and mares event and ran out an easy two and a quarter length winner keeping her record perfect at two for two.



A homebred for Ridgemont, Whoa Whoa Whoa is the second foal and second winner for stakes-winning Fast ‘n’ Famous mare What’s New Pussycat (NZ), a half-sister to stakes-winner Seaway.

What’s New Pussycat (NZ) was exported from Australia in 2019.

Maurice
Whoa Whoa Whoa is the only runner so far for Maurice in South Africa.


 

Advertisment
More Reading...
Wow! Nicconi Mare Graceful Girl Explodes to Win $1million G1 Winterbottom
Bob and Sandra Peters have bid farewell this year to two of their Group I superstar mares in Arcadia Queen and Celebrity Queen, both sold at broodmare sales for a combined total of $5.7million, but they have an able replacement in brilliant sprinter Graceful Girl.
Shane McGrath to Head Up HK Based Equine Investment Group
It was announced today that former Managing Director of Tony Fung Horse Investments and Aquis Farm CEO, Shane McGrath, has taken up the position of Executive Director for Shen You Holdings Limited, a Hong Kong based investment group who are rapidly expanding their investment and bloodstock portfolio, both in Australia and internationally.
Pierro 6YO Regal Power Upstages Western Empire to Win G1 Kingston Town
Bob and Sandra Peters were expected to win the $1million Group I WATC Kingston Town Stakes (1800m at Ascot on Saturday with red hot favourite Western Empire, but nobody told their second string runner Regal Power.
Leading Sire and Trailblazing Sprinter Choisir Passes Away at Age 22
It is with great sadness that Coolmore announces the passing of Choisir at the age of 22.
Magic Millions Hopefuls Line Up at Warwick Farm
The two year-old maiden at Warwick Farm this afternoon features several Magic Millions eligible youngsters from major stables that have trialled well in preparation for their debut.
Stallions of the Future
Studmasters with an eye to the future will no doubt have been taking stock of the performance of quality colts during the spring carnivals that offer stallion potential for the future so we thought we’d go through and take a look at some of the best prospects to win stakes races since August 1.
Star on the Rise for All Too Hard
All Too Hard is never without a good horse and we may have seen a future stakes-winner for the Vinery Stud stalwart at Doomben on Saturday.
2021 NZ Horse of the Year Probabeel Leads Te Akau charge
Glamour mare and multiple Group One winner Probabeel led the powerful Te Akau Racing operation’s dominance of domestic racing honours for the 2020-21 season.
Juvenile Trial Watch – Randwick
Magic Millions favourite Coolangatta tuned up at the Randwick trials on Tuesday morning taking on older rivals and winning with plenty in hand, but she was not the only interesting juvenile heat winner of the morning with the full sister to Profiteer showing all the brilliance of her lightning fast brother.
Sires With Winners - Tuesday December 7
Here is the full list of 27 stallions which had winners throughout Australasia today with winners and result details.