Stallion Watch

Vinery Stud’s first season sire Press Statement landed his third winner yesterday

New winners Press Statement – Vinery Stud’s first season sire Press Statement (Hinchinbrook) landed his third winner yesterday courtesy of Major Murphy’s (2 c ex Night War by General Nediym) debut win at Wyong in the 2YO Maiden Plate (1200m). Trained by Ciaron Maher and David Eustace, the two-year-old colt defeated Princess Betty (Smart Missile)... Read More

Six for Spill The Beans

New winners Spill The Beans – Aquis Farm’s late first season sire Spill The Beans (Snitzel) landed his sixth winner on Tuesday when Courtesy Bus (2 c ex Falvesa by Falvelon) took out the QTIS 2YO Maiden Handicap (1200m) at Mackay. The Jared Wehlow-trained colt produced a dominant victory, coming home two and a half... Read More

Double for Outreach

New winners Double for Outreach – Widden Stud’s first season sire Outreach (Exceed And Excel) sired two new winners on Sunday. Outreach Belle (2 f ex Navarino Gold by Lion Heart) broke her maiden at Grafton over 1000 metres, while Rose Sauvage (2 f ex Turbo Rose by Strategic) was victorious at Coonamble over 1100... Read More

Group 1 winner Exosphere (Lonhro) sired his first winner

New winners  Exosphere – Group 1 winner Exosphere (Lonhro) sired his first winner on Friday when the Godolphin homebred Thermosphere (2 f ex Glows by Canny Lad) posted a breakthrough win after two promising efforts. Trained by James Cummings, Thermosphere took out a two-year-old maiden at Newcastle over 1300 metres by a short-head from the... Read More

First for Rich Enuff

New winners Rich Enuff – Woodside Park Stud resident Rich Enuff (Written Tycoon) got his first winner as a sire when Plutocrat (2 f ex Personal Guarantee by Danzero) showed plenty of promise to win on debut at Doomben yesterday. Rich Enuff won the Caulfield Guineas Prelude (Gr 3, 1400m) and was second to Shooting... Read More

Two for Press Statement

New winners Press Statement – Incredulous Dream (2 f ex Incredulous by Keep The Faith) charged late to score at Bendigo on Saturday to continue the stunning juvenile season for trainers Ciaron Maher and David Eustace and also provide first season sire Press Statement (Hinchinbrook) with his second first crop winner. A $340,000 Magic Millions... Read More