Stallion Watch

Third for Harry Angel

New winners Harry Angel (pictured above) – Tom Kitten (2 c ex Transfers by Street Cry) became the third southern hemisphere foaled winner for Darley shuttler Harry Angel (Dark Angel), when the James Cummings-trained colt pounced to land a 1300-metre maiden at Warwick Farm. Ridden by Nash Rawiller, Tom Kitten built on the promise of... Read More

First for Grunt

New winners Grunt – Veight (2 c ex Neena Rock by Fastnet Rock) provided Yulong’s first-season sire Grunt (O’Reilly) with his first winner from three runners, when producing an emphatic display in a 1200-metre maiden at Pakenham. Making his racecourse debut, the Tony and Calvin McEvoy-trained colt was sent off a $5.50 chance, but made... Read More

18 for Dynasty

New Group / Grade 1 winners Dynasty – The consistent Desert Miracle (4 f ex Welwitschia by Oasis Dream) got the better of odds-on favourite Captain’s Ransom (Captain Al) to bag the Majorca Stakes (Gr 1, 1600m) at Kenilworth and in the process became the 18th individual elite-level winner for Dynasty (Fort Wood). Trained by... Read More

Second for Written By

New winners Written By – The Lee Freedman-trained Sunday Mail (Written By) built on his debut effort when scoring in an 800-metre maiden at Ipswich to become the second winner for Widden Stud’s first-season sire Written Tycoon (Iglesia). Leading from pillar-to-post under Boris Thornton, he beat Mishani Metallic (Kobayashi) by a length with a further... Read More

First stakes winner for Ardrossan

New stakes winners Ardrossan – Waikato Stud’s first season sire Ardrossan (Redoute’s Choice) sired his first stakes winner when Codigo (2 g ex Sophia Magia by Per Incanto) won the Wellesley Stakes (Listed, 1100m) at Trentham. Trained by Stephen Marsh and wearing the Waikato Stud silks, Codigo defeated Rubicon Crossing (Rubick) by a neck, with... Read More

First for Ardrossan

New winners Ardrossan – Codigo (2 g ex Sophia Magia by Per Incanto) provided Waikato Stud’s first-season sire Ardrossan (Redoute’s Choice) with a first individual winner from three starters when scoring on debut in a two-year-old maiden (1000m) at Matamata. Bred by Dame Lowell Goddard and raced in partnership with Waikato Stud, Codigo held off... Read More