Stallion Watch

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

Three for Headwater

New winners Headwater – Vinery Stud stallion Headwater (Exceed And Excel) sired his third individual winner on Sunday when Aquagirl (2 f ex Galapagos Girl by Dehere) landed the Firstly Sprint 2YO (1000m) at Flemington’s Rapid Racing meeting. The Phillip Stokes-trained juvenile quickened up nicely under Dean Holland to post a half-length success and in... Read More

First for No Nay Never

New winners No Nay Never – Need I Say More (2 g ex Bo Bardi by Fastnet Rock) backed up an impressive barrier trial win last month to score a comfortable debut victory at Matamata on sunday for the powerful Te Akau Racing team and in the process, delivered No Nay Never (Scat Daddy) with... Read More

Double for Night Of Thunder

New stakes winners Alamosa  – Alamosa (O’Reilly) sired his 17th stakes winner when Windsor (5 g ex Shanro by Lonhro) took out the Timaru Stakes (Listed, 1400m) at Riccarton on Saturday. Alamosa stood for a fee of NZ$5,000 (plus GST) in 2019.    Double for Night Of Thunder – Former Darley shuttler Night Of Thunder... Read More

First for Jabali

New winners Jabali – Queensland-based, Clear Mountain Fairview resident Jabali (Exceed And Excel) sired his first winner on Saturday when the Mick Price and Michael Kent jnr-trained Jabali Ridge (2 g ex Single Princess by Not A Single Doubt) landed the opening Arbour Plate (1100m) at Flemington. First season sire Jabali covered 27 mares at... Read More