|Home By Midnight - Deroche - Mandela Effect Share the Spoils at Launceston|
The locals have had everything go their way over the carnival however it was the interstate gallopers that dominated the finish of Wednesday’s $250,000 Group III Ladbrokes Launceston Cup (2400m).
|Aquis’ Queensland Stallion Parade|
With approximately 600 local and interstate breeders, trainers and valued clients enjoying the splendid Queensland sunshine on Sunday, Aquis' seven Canungra-based stallions; Domesday, Husson, Kiss And Make Up, Kobayashi, The Mission, Spill The Beans, and our new stunning looking chestnut stallion Performer were joined by our two new Hunter Valley-based stallions Brave Smash and Santos.
|Domesday's Oregon's Day Closing in on a Million|
Narrowly beaten in the Group III Frances Tressady Stakes (1400m) at Flemington 12 months ago, Oregon's Day avenged that defeat with a thoroughly game performance on Saturday, which edges her closer to the magical $1 million in earnings.
|Domesday Stayer Seeking More Success|
Many trainers are
keeping a cautious eye on the weather in Auckland ahead of Saturday's Counties
Cup meeting at Pukekohe Park.
|Inglis Celebrate a Derby First Four!|
Aquis Farm's decision to buy into Domesday colt Extra Brut earlier this week paid immediate dividends when the 3YO won today's Group 1 Victoria Derby at Flemington.
|Aquis Win Derby with Domesday Colt|
this week Aquis announced their purchase of a share in exciting Domesday colt
Extra Brut and that decision paid big dividends when the three year-old powered
to the line to score a stylish victory in the $2million Group I VRC Victoria
Derby (2500m) at Flemington on Saturday.
|Domesday Stayer Wins Feilding Gold Cup|
A typically heady ride from top Central
Districts jockey Johnathan Parkes paved the way for the ultra-consistent Five
To Midnight to take out the Listed Ricoh Feilding Gold Cup (2100m) at Awapuni.
|Domesday Colt Promoted to Victoria Derby Favourite|
Twelve months ago, Domesday colt Royal Symphony looked to have the world at his feet before injury brought an end to what promised to brilliant career but Domesday looks to have a ready-made replacement in the Darren Weir-trained Extra Brut.
|Stakes Goals Ahead for Domesday Colt|
Domesday colt Extra Brut took another step towards spring stakes goals with a
tenacious victory over 1600 metres at Caulfield on Saturday in the open three
|Domesday Colt Rolls Prince of Caviar|
opening maiden event at Sandown on Wednesday was supposed to provide Black
Caviar's second born Prince of Caviar with his first win, but at the post the
best he could do was second behind another very promising colt by Domesday.