International Latest

First for Al Wukair Haras de Bouquetot stallion Al Wukair (Dream Ahead) sired his first individual stakes winner when La Mehana (3 f ex Oceanie by Dansili) ran out a ready winner of the Prix Michel Houyvet (Listed, 2800m) at Deauville yesterday. Providing both trainer Jean-Claude Rouget and jockey Cristian Demuro with a stakes-race double... Read More

Asia Latest

SGP: Seamless transition for Logan and Te Akau Expat New Zealand trainer Donna Logan has carried on the Te Akau Stable success in Singapore. When four-time champion trainer Mark Walker returned home to New Zealand earlier this year to take charge of the operation’s New Zealand stable at Matamata, Logan took charge of the Singapore... Read More

Australia Latest

Trial win for In The Congo Group 1 winner In The Congo (Snitzel) ramped up his pring preparation with another barrier trial win at Warwick Farm yesterday. In The Congo won the 813-metre heat by a length over Yes Baby Yes (Dissident). The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained four-year-old defeated Anamoe (Street Boss) in the... Read More

New Zealand Latest

Sutherland-Myers partnership grows A double at Riccarton on Saturday is further proof of the growing partnership between apprentice jockey Lily Sutherland and Wanganui trainer Kevin Myers. Sutherland recorded her first win as a jockey when partnering the Myers-trained Shockproof (Shocking) to victory at Hawera in April, and on Saturday rode her first double for the... Read More

Unwanted

Take your pick. The headline of today’s column could be applied to Mr Brightside, his sire, Bullbars (Elusive Quality) or his dam Lilahjay (Tavistock). Maybe even all three, simultaneously. Any way you look at it, it’s accurate, and Mr Brightside proves that rags-to-riches stories are still possible, even in the increasingly expensive business of buying... Read More

Ten for Harry Angel

New winners Harry Angel – Darley shuttler Harry Angel (Dark Angel) sired his ninth and tenth individual winners this week, beginning with Ange De L’Amour’s (2 f ex Ocelot by Poet’s Voice) maiden win at Nottingham. Trained by Robyn Brisland, the filly was sent off as favourite and kept on well to beat Hi Clare... Read More