Stallion Watch

Two for Caravaggio

New winners Caravaggio (pictured above) – Former Coolmore shuttler Caravaggio (Scat Daddy) sired his second individual southern hemisphere-bred winner when Baroque Road (2 g ex Malibu Road by Malibu Moon) dominated a field of 12 to win the Two-Year-Old Maiden Handicap (1100m) on the Kensington track at Randwick. The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained gelding... Read More

Double for Harry Angel

New winners Harry Angel (pictured above)- Darley shuttler Harry Angel sired his first two winners this week, beginning with Vicious Harry’s (2 c ex Umneeyatee by Encosta De Lago) win in the Prix Du Coq Chantant (1000m) at Chantilly. Trained by Mauricio Delcher Sanchez, the colt beat Neversay (No Nay Never) by one and a... Read More

First for Caravaggio

New winners Caravaggio – Powderfinger (2 f ex Count Your Fingers by General Nediym) provided Caravaggio (Scat Daddy) with a first Australian winner at Kembla Grange when she landed the Bailey Interiors Maiden Handicap (1200m). Trained by Gary Portelli, the two-year-old filly ran out a half-length victor over Latin Lyric (Wandjina) with a further head... Read More

Four for Hellbent

New winners Hellbent – Luna Rocks (2 f ex Fimatino by Not A Single Doubt) provided Yarraman Park Stud stallion Hellbent (I Am Invincible) with his fourth individual winner when she produced an eye-catching display in a two-year-old handicap (1100m) at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. The Richard and Will Freedman-trained juvenile had previously finished second... Read More

Four for Merchant Navy

New winners Merchant Navy (pictured above) – Coolmore Stud-based first-season sire Merchant Navy (Fastnet Rock) sired his fourth individual winner when the Paul Murray-trained Rebel Rosai (2 f ex Just Our Girl by Encosta De Lago) made a winning debut over 1200 metres at Wagga. The two-year-old filly defeated Pride Of Penraf (Pride Of Dubai)... Read More

Third for Almanzor

New winners Almanzor (pictured above) – Cambridge Stud shuttler Almanzor (Wootton Bassett) recorded his third New Zealand winner when Dimaggio (2 g ex Pinstripe by Pins) scored on debut at Hastings on Saturday. Sent out as the favourite in the 1300-metre contest, the Tony Pike-trained Dimaggio got up in the final strides to defeat Shanlord... Read More