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

Golden Grove Stud getting back on track

Hunter Valley farm Golden Grove Stud is in the process of embarking on a plan to become a full-scale commercial entity after being hard-hit by drought in recent years. The 259-acre property, near Denman, is owned by Melbourne businessman Sean Buckley and large-scale Northern Territory pastoralist Viv Oldfield with the latter taking charge of Golden... Read More

Rich Hill releases fees for roster of five stallions

Three of Rich Hill Stud’s stallions will have their service fees unchanged while young sire Proisir (Choisir) has earned an increase for 2020 after the New Zealand farm yesterday confirmed its line-up for this year. Vadamos (Monsun), whose first crop yearlings sold up to NZ$330,000 at the New Zealand Bloodstock Karaka Sale this year, will... Read More

Black Soil’s fillies experiment paying off with promising Isotope

Gollan-trained Deep Field two-year-old favourite to bring up hat-trick in Champagne Stakes Isotope (Deep Field), the favourite for Saturday’s BRC Champagne Classic (Gr 2, 1200m) at Eagle Farm, will further entrench her spot as the Black Soil Bloodstock flagbearer if she extends her unbeaten record to three at her first attempt at stakes level and... Read More

Inner Flame gives Moreira a treble to draw level with Purton

Joao Moreira outscored jockeys’ championship rival Zac Purton three to one at Sha Tin on Sunday, a haul that left the three-time Hong Kong champions locked on 117 wins apiece heading into the season’s final 16 meetings. The Brazilian ace arrived at the track two wins adrift of his Australian counterpart but evened the score... Read More

Hinchinbrook’s fast son Unite And Conquer to stand at Kingstar

Conor Phelan also set to return to Hunter Valley in role at Sandblom-owned farm Brilliant early season two-year-old Unite And Conquer (Hinchinbrook), a dual stakes-winning colt whose racetrack career was cut short by injury, will stand at Kingstar Farm in the Hunter Valley this year. The former Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained sprinter, who comprehensively... Read More