Tarpaulin (AUS)

Tarpaulin (AUS) 2 c Harry Angel – Shelters by Lonhro O: Godolphin B: Godolphin T: James Cummings W: Schweppes Handicap, 1200m, July 10, Warwick Farm Godolphin look to have a potentially smart performer on their hands after the well-related colt  Tarpaulin (Harry Angel) landed a 1200-metre handicap at Warwick Farm on Wednesday in impressive fashion.... Read More

‘We’re all really excited about what’s coming up’

Ridgmont’s Cunningham has plenty to look forward to – both on and off the track Having won Queensland’s two richest races this past season, the Cunningham family are now raising their sights even higher with Stefi Magnetica (All Too Hard) and Storm Boy (Justify), who are both set to target some of Australia’s biggest prizes... Read More

Summer Loving tops latest Inglis Digital sale

Dual stakes-placed Group 1-performing juvenile filly Summer Loving (Exceed And Excel) was the headline act of the Inglis Digital July (Early) Online Sale, selling for $370,000 to Yarraman Park’s general manager Matt Scown  – who was acting on behalf of the stud. Offered by her trainers Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott Racing, the filly was... Read More

Tarpaulin impresses at Warwick Farm

Godolphin will let the dust settle before determining where Tarpaulin (Harry Angel) fits into their spring plans following the well-related colt’s classy maiden win at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. A half-brother to Arrowfield 3YO Sprint (Gr 2, 1200m) winner Aft Cabin (Astern) PJ Bell Stakes (Gr 3, 1200m) winner Multaja (Medaglia d’Oro), and Lonhro Plate... Read More

A MAGIC OPPORTUNITY

Group 1 winner Espiona (Extreme Choice), one of the most talented sprinters of her generation, is expected to garner global attention when she is offered via a special standalone sale by Magic Millions on July 31.  The daughter of Extreme Choice (Not A Single Doubt) will be presented virtually by Glenesk Thoroughbreds on behalf of... Read More

Johnson pays 135,000gns for Topanga at Tattersalls

The news that Australia’s champion first-season sire elect Too Darn Hot (Dubawi) will not return to the Hunter Valley later on this year was a blow to breeders who had booked mares to him. However, owner and breeder Gary Johnson will be hoping he is one of the lucky few who can secure a spot... Read More