Maiden Of The Week

Bring Me Roses (AUS)

3 f High Chaparral – Freckled Face by Polish Patriot O: Clairden Racing T: Tony McEvoy B: Dr DJ O’Brien W: Edward Manifold Stakes Group Two, 1600m, Flemington, 7 October The Tony McEvoy-trained Bring Me Roses followed promising late-closing placings in Listed races at Morphettville to break her maiden at her fourth start and second... Read More

Kaonic (NZ)

3 c Savabeel – Fast Love by Fastnet Rock O: N Morgan T: Chris Waller B: JML Bloodstock Ltd, Central S: New Zealand Bloodstock National Yearling Sale V: Blandford Lodge P: Mulcaster B/stock NZ$425000 W: All Too Hard @ Vinery Maiden Plate, 1550m, Canterbury, 4 October The Chris Waller-trained Kaonic looked a highly promising three-year-old... Read More

Pinot (AUS)

3 f Pierro – Dizelle by Zabeel O: Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners (Mgr: A Wellman), Newgate S F (Mgr: G D Murphy), J A R Bester & Ms K Waterhouse T: Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott B: K Biggs Enterprises Pty Ltd S: Inglis Sydney Easter Yearling Sale ‘16 yearling V: Coolmore Stud $200,000 P: Eclipse... Read More

Naantali (NZ)

O: Greenwich Stud T: Ciaron Maher B: C A & C C Chamberlain, H M & M J Moran S: New Zealand Bloodstock National Yearling Sale 2016: V: Windsor Park Stud $180,000 P: Ciaron Maher Racing W: Laming Racing Maiden Plate, 1200m, Cranbourne, 20 September Naantali broke well from her wide barrier 12 and was... Read More

Woman (AUS)

The beautifully-bred Woman created quite an impression in winning at Canterbury on her racecourse debut on Wednesday under jockey Kerrin McEvoy. Bred and raced by Strawberry Hill Stud, she settled nicely in fourth place after a good start in the early stages and improved nicely into a challenging position nearing the home turn. She was... Read More

Aonair (AUS)

Aonair followed up third-place finishes at her first two starts with a good win, stepping up to 1400 metres for the first time. After breaking cleanly from barrier six, Hugh Bowman settled the filly in sixth place in the early part of the contest, before improving well rounding the home turn. Aonair hit the front... Read More