Stallion Watch

Eight for Pride of Dubai

New winners Pride Of Dubai Proud Mia (2 f ex Miatoko by Danzero), became the eighth individual first season winner for Coolmore’s sire Pride Of Dubai (Street Cry), when scoring at Queanbeyan on Sunday. The Nick Olive-trained Proud Mia ($1.45 favourite), who was having her first start, was sent straight to the front and was... Read More

Three for Bull Point

New winners Bull Point – Kingstar Stud resident Bull Point (Fastnet Rock) sired his third first-crop winner on Wednesday when the Michael Hickmott-trained Fearless Vision (2 f ex Risky Blonde by Zizou) broke through at her third start to win a 900-metre maiden at Murray Bridge. Fearless Vision is the only named foal out of... Read More

First for Contributer

New winners Contributer – Mapperley Stud resident Contributer (High Chaparral) landed his first winner on Thursday when Lion’s Roar (2 g ex Minnaleo by Black Minnaloushe) took out the two-year-old handicap (1200m) at Wagga. Lion’s Roar was purchased for $65,000 by Champion Thoroughbreds out of the Wellfield Lodge draft at last year’s New Zealand Bloodstock... Read More

Three for Rich Enuff

New winners Late Charge – Despite proving sub-fertile at stud and returning to training as a gelding, one of the six foals produce by Late Charge landed him his first winner on Wednesday as The Last Charge (2 c ex Elite Vision by Our Maizcay) took out a Super Vobis 2YO Handicap (1100m) at Bendigo.... Read More

Darley shuttler Night Of Thunder (Dubawi) sired his fourth Australian winner

New winners Night Of Thunder – Former Darley shuttler Night Of Thunder (Dubawi) sired his fourth Australian winner when the Chris Waller-trained Kukeracha (2 c ex Portrait of a Lady by A P Indy) took out a 1200-metre two-year-old maiden on debut at Geelong on Wednesday. Kukeracha is a half-brother to dual stakes winner Cameo... Read More

First Group 1 winners for Epiphaneia, Hallowed Crown and Raise The Flag

New Group 1 winners Epiphaneia – Japan Cup winner Epiphaneia (Symboli Kris S) produced his first Group 1 winner when Daring Tact (3 f ex Daring Bird by King Kamehameha) won the Oka Sho (Gr 1, 1600m), the Japanese 1,000 Guineas, at Hanshin on Sunday. The Haruki Sugiyama-trained Daring Tact, who was bought for ¥12... Read More