Bred to Win Returns to Sky Tonight

Media Release - Monday April 15

Australia’s only thoroughbred breeding TV program, Caroline Searcy’s Bred To Win returns tonight on Sky Thoroughbred Central after a big weekend for long-time supporters of the show, Arrowfield Stud, New Zealand’s Cambridge Stud and Inglis.

Aushorse News features the first Group 1 winner for champion colt  The Autumn Sun, sire of ATC Australian Oaks winner Autumn Angel, featuring gorgeous vision of the filly as a foal and as a yearling at Arrowfield Stud.

Autumn Angel was filmed as a foal at Arrowfield for Bred to Win.

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Cambridge Stud’s European Champion Almanzor sired the first two home in the time-honoured Sydney Cup plus see Easter Preview vision of several Inglis sold Group 1 winners from Saturday, such as Widden Stud’s Queen Of The Turf winner Zougotcha.

If you were at Riverside during the extraordinary scenes surrounding the $10 million sale of Winx’s first daughter catch up on a full review of an incredible Inglis Easter Yearling Sale with Mark Webster.

And there’s an informative new segment in 2024 – Arrowfield Stud’s “Industry Influencers” - Episode 1 features John Messara’s memories of legendary vet, Percy Sykes.

In coming weeks Bred To Win will launch its new “Legends” series, starting next Monday night (April 22) with a true gentleman of the sport, Hall Of Fame trainer, Neville Begg. Other great industry names will feature in coming weeks.

The Autumn Sun has his first G1 winner - image Caroline Searcy.

Bred To Win, Monday nights 7.30pm on Sky Thoroughbred Central (Foxtrel Ch 528)

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