Yulong Stud

Nagambi 3663 VIC
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Stallions standing at Yulong Stud

Alabama Express
Alabama Express service fee is $22,000
Grunt
Grunt service fee is $13,750
Lucky Vega
Lucky Vega service fee is $19,250
Tagaloa
Tagaloa service fee is $30,250
Written Tycoon
Written Tycoon service fee is $165,000
Latest winner: Bobby Axelrod

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The $1,100,000 Inglis Melbourne Premier Sale topper Crosswinds made a winning start to his career when outclassing three opponents in the Pipe Pro Directional Drill Maiden (1100m) at Ballarat on Tuesday.
Winless in six starts since capturing the Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes nearly twelve months ago, the three-year-old Lord Kanaloa colt Tagaloa was back to somewhere near his best in Saturday's Group III CS Hayes Stakes at Flemington.
Trained by the Victorian-based New Zealanders Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young, conceived in Japan and ridden by former champion New Zealand jockey Michael Walker, the Lord Kanaloa colt Tagaloa repelled the challenge of the favourite Hanseatic in Saturday’s $1,500,000 Group 1 Neds Blue Diamond Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield.
More than likely another stallion stall will be cleaned out at Arrowfield Stud to house the progressive colt Alabama Express who became the first three-year-old since All Too Hard in 2013 to claim the Group 1 CF Orr Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield, a race won 20 years ago by his legendary sire Redoute's Choice.
Woodside Park Stud received a nice update for the Written Tycoon colt they will be offering at the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale when his two-year-old full brother Marnix made an impressive winning career debut over 1250 metres at Geelong on Friday.
Five heats for juveniles at Randwick on Thursday produced plenty of interesting winners including an expensive I Am Invincible colt carrying the China Horse Club Colours and a blue-blooded colt by Written Tycoon.
Patience was a virtue for Hugh Bowman on the Written Tycoon gelding Hightail who spent the first half of Friday’s Listed Gosford Guineas (1200m) dawdling near the rear of the field before being given a wake-up at the 300 metres to chase down his stalemate Battleground.
With the $500,000 Inglis Nursery taking centre stage at Randwick on Saturday, Magic Millions contenders had to look further afield with impressive debut winners at Kembla and Morphettville no doubt harbouring dreams of a trip to the Gold Coast next month.
Promising filly Amal Rose has secured a tilt at stakes level after easily accounting for her opposition in the Jeremy Pryor Sotheby’s 1400 at Tauranga on Thursday bringing a pedigree update for her full sister headed for Inglis Classic 2020.
Saturday is shaping as a great day for Woodside Park’s champion sire Written Tycoon with classy mare Teleplay taking out the Group III MRC Kevin Heffernan Stakes (1300m) at Sandown,  while talented two year-old filly Tilia Rose made a winning debut at Newcastle in the $125,000 Max Lees Classic (900m).
The show rolled on for Danny O’Brien and Damien Oliver on the final day of the Flemington carnival with the high-priced Written Tycoon colt Banquo earning his first black-type win in the Listed World Horse Racing Springtime Stakes at Flemington.
The Written Tycoon mare Pippie took another giant stride in her career when ringing up a maiden stakes win in Saturday’s Group III Cockram Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield.
Champion Victorian sire Written Tycoon has been riding high this season with two new Group I winners in Despatch and Booker, but this week will bid farewell to one of his stalwart Group I stars in Music Magnate with his trainer Bjorn Baker announcing the seven year-old gelding has been retired.
The Written Tycoon gelding Despatch jumped to the front and made every post a winner under Todd Pannell in Saturday’s $750,000 Group 1 Goodwood (1200m) at Morphettville.
The Written Tycoon gelding Tyzone has not run a bad race in his 32-start career to date, but at the age of five he may just be in the form of his life.
Caught three and four wide the trip, the 4-year-old Written Tycoon gelding Despatch refused to buckle in a driving finish to Saturday’s Group III D C McKay Stakes (1100m) at Morphettville.
Moments after selling the top lot on Day 2 of the Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale, Gilgai Farm’s Kelly Skillecorn could barely contain his excitement.
Progressive racing and breeding operation Yulong Investments has bought 51 percent of dual Group I winner Grunt, a son of champion New Zealand sire O’Reilly.
Melbourne Premier star Booker became the sixth individual Inglis graduate to win a Group 1 race in 2019 when successful in the Oakleigh Plate at Caulfield.
The Group I MRC Oakleigh Plate at Caulfield on Saturday featured a big field of 18 runners with victory going to talented Written Tycoon mare Booker, a $230,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Mill Park draft for Barry Griffiths.