Inglis ready for ‘value’ Gold Yearling Sale

The Inglis Gold Yearling Sale will take place again at Melbourne’s Oaklands Junction tomorrow, giving buyers another opportunity to secure yearlings at one of Australia’s most economical auctions. A total of 107 lots have been catalogued, with Inglis confident that despite a drop in numbers from 191 entered last year, the auction will again live... Read More

Cambridge Stud add Chaldean to shuttle ranks

Dual Group 1-winning son of Frankel to stand alongside fellow shuttlers Almanzor and Hello Youmzain at Tamahere property Historic Cambridge Stud is bursting with excitement as it looks to the future with one of its most noteworthy new sires in years – the multiple Group 1 winning son of Frankel, Chaldean. The highest rated two-year-old... Read More

Saturday Spotlight

Broadsiding (Randwick, Race 7 #3) TRAINER: James Cummings RACE: Champagne Stakes (Gr 1, 1600m) Godolphin has made a late charge over the Autumn Carnival, racking up the feature racing wins. This included last Saturday’s Fernhill Mile (Listed, 1600m) at Randwick with Too Darn Hot (Dubawi) colt Broadsiding. Ridden by James McDonald for trainer James Cummings,... Read More

Imperial Force (AUS)

2 c Snitzel – Ultimate Fever by Gold Fever O: Coolmore, Wynaus, Westerberg, J Poulin, Sir P J Vela, Lynque, Woppitt Bloodstock, Peachester Lodge Pty Ltd, Rockingham Thoroughbreds, K Maclennan, Aristia Park Bloodstock Pty Ltd, C J Waller B: Harp Thoroughbreds T: Chris Waller S: Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale V: Lime Country Thoroughbreds P:... Read More

BS Spring Sale picks up steam as $1.9 million Tiz The Law filly leads the action

Led by a US$1.9 million (approx. AU$1,862,300) filly by first-crop sire Tiz The Law (Constitution) purchased by Donato Lanni, agent for Michael Lund Petersen, the four-day Ocala Breeders’ Spring Sale of Two-Year-Olds in Training showed steady strength throughout Wednesday’s second session. All told for the robust session, 171 head changed hands for gross sales of... Read More

Last of the Galileos provides stunning 1,000,000gns return for Glending Stables

Pinhooking triumphs don’t come much more stunning than what transpired at Tattersalls on Wednesday evening as Glending Stables’ Galileo (Sadler’s Wells) colt completed his transformation from 125,000gns (approx. AU$254,132) yearling to 1,000,000gns (approx. AU$2,033,000) two-year-old.  Once bidding commenced it wasn’t long before the price sailed beyond the half a million mark, with Chris Wall, racing... Read More