|Aussie G3 Winner South Africa|
Group III Sycamore Sprint at Turffontein in South Africa on Saturday was won by
promising Charge Forward mare San Fermin.
|Charge Forward Keeps On Keeping On|
Daughters of Charge Forward are highly prized at stud so was easy to understand the delight of trainer Will Clarken when the four-year-old mare Everyday Lady opened her stakes account in Saturday's Listed Manihi Classic (1100m) at Morphettville.
|Five Things We Learned from the Golden Slipper|
still the richest juvenile race in the world and has a profound influence over
the Australian breeding industry so what did we take from the 2018 Group I ATC
|Quality Never Fades|
not trendy or fashionable, and he's getting a touch long in the tooth, but this
stallion very nearly won a Golden Slipper and may well have a big role to play
in the end result this year.
|South African Win for Well Bred Charge Forward Filly|
her account with an easy win as favourite at Greyville on Sunday was three
year-old Charge Forward filly Roy's Stingray.
|Best On Breeding|
One of the more interesting lots catalogued for the upcoming Classic Yearling sale is Arrowfield Stud’s filly by the Japanese-based stallion Kinshasa No Kiseki.
|Best On Breeding|
Saturday’s opener at Randwick serves up a number of exceptionally credentialed bluebloods whose connections will be hoping to be players in the top two-year-old races this autumn.
|Blue Diamond Goal for Charge Forward Colt|
Saturday's Evergreen Turf Plate for two-year-old at Caulfield was chockful of bluebloods and expensive yearlings although it would be hard to place the winner Ollivander in either of those categories.
|Aussie Double South Africa|
bred three year-olds scored a winning double at Turffontein in South Africa on
Thursday with a brilliant debut victory for San Fermin and a return to form for
Group I placed Naafer.
|First Win for Turangga Farm Blueblood|
homebred for Turangga Farm, speedy filly Empress Matilda opened her account
with a brilliant front running victory at Canterbury on Friday night.