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Eleven for Mehmas Line Of Departure (3 c ex Entreat by Pivotal) returned with an eye-catching victory in the Cathedral Stakes (Listed, 6f) at Salisbury for Roger Varian and became the eleventh individual stakes winner for his sire Mehmas (Acclamation). A three-time winner last term, including the valuable Weatherbys Racing Bank 2YO Stakes, he disappointed... Read More

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JPN: First Group winner for Tosen Ra Zadar (5 h Tosen Ra – See The Sea by Lemon Drop Kid) scored at his first start for this year, as he flew from the pack to land the Epsom Cup (Gr 3, 1800m) at Tokyo yesterday, holding off the late charge from Satono Flag (Deep Impact)... Read More

Australia Latest

First for Territories Darley shuttler Territories (Invincible Spirit) sired his first southern hemisphere-bred winner when Finsceal (2 g ex Rosalita by Danehill Dancer) scored at the Sunshine Coast yesterday. Trained by Tom Button, Finsceal ($18) won the Canadian Club QTIS 2YO Handicap (1200m) on debut by a nose over Hinged (Worthy Cause) ($3 favourite) while... Read More

New Zealand Latest

Winter Cup for Floral Art Winter track specialist Floral Art (Road To Rock) is set for a step up in grade after revelling in the testing conditions at Trentham on Saturday. The Peter Didham-trained six-year-old registered a first win since October 2019 when taking out a Benchmark 74 contest on a track rated a Heavy... Read More

Argentia (AUS)

Argentia (AUS) 2 f Frankel – Princess Coup by Encosta De Lago O: Fairway Thoroughbreds (Mgr: J Camilleri) T: Anthony and Sam Freedman S: 2020 Inglis Easter Yearling Sale V: Evergreen Stud Farm P: James Harron Bloodstock, $670,000 W: Phillip Jacobsen 2YO Handicap, 1100m, June 5, Flemington If you read Trevor Marshallsea’s excellent pedigree column... Read More

Argentia

Rarely would you see the progeny of three such illustrious racemares complete a trifecta as they did in the 1100-metre two-year-old fillies’ handicap at Flemington on Saturday.  Argentia powered home first on debut, one and three-quarter lengths ahead of Viviane, with Invincible Caviar a further half-length back in third.  And how’s this for a trio... Read More