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Singapore’s Champion Three-Year-Old elect Stepitup (Hussonet x Ain’t Seen Nothin’) claimed his fourth Group win of the year on Sunday when winning the Gr.3 Colonial Chief Stakes over 1700m at Kranji.
A three-year-old gelding by Exceed And Excel from Galapagos Girl topped the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s International Sale at Sha Tin on Saturday when selling for HK$7,500,000 (=A$1,060,000).
Prospective buyers are reminded that the 2013 Inglis Sydney Summer Thoroughbred Sale will be held at Newmarket this Friday 6 December.
The interactive Preview Magazine for the 2014 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale is now available online.
Trainers, owners and breeders are advised that entries for the upcoming Inglis Sydney Summer Thoroughbred Sale will close at 10:00am sharp next Monday 2 December 2013.
Taichi Master continued the great run of stakes success in Asia for Inglis Select Yearling Sale graduates when winning the Malaysian Group 1 Coronation Cup over 1600m at the Perak Turf Club on Sunday.
Luckygray won his second Group 1 Railways Stakes in Perth on Sunday, steaming from the back of the field to land the A$1,000,000 mile.
Better Than Ready will be aimed Group 1 events in the Autumn following his success in the Listed BRC Keith Noud Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
Racehorses pinhooked from the Inglis Sydney Classic Yearling Sale continue to deliver in the two-year-old sales ring and on the racetrack, with sizeable profits and Group 1 wins a growing trait among sale graduates.
The first slice of the pie; the first opportunity for buyers to purchase New Zealand Guineas winners Atlante and Costa Viva was at an Inglis Select Yearling Sale in 2012.
Ryan Maloney declared unbeaten filly Girl In Flight a “star” as Robbie Griffiths unveiled Australasian Oaks ambitions following her win in today’s Leigh Thomas Gift at Caulfield.
Jockey Ric McMahon has given Better Than Ready his seal of approval to chase Group One success in the autumn after his courageous win in the Keith Noud Handicap at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
Belle Couture, the three-year-old half-sister to the unbeaten Black Caviar, had her first taste of competition with a jumpout at Flemington on Friday morning.
In February, Jamie Edwards underwent surgery for a broken In February, Jamie Edwards underwent surgery for a broken back when he was speared into the ground after the horse he was riding during trackwork broke its leg.back when he was speared into the ground after the horse he was riding during trackwork broke its leg.
Out of the winner’s stall since winning a pair of two-year-old races at Cranbourne and Sandown in March, Artie Schiller (USA) filly Mezeray Miss opened her stakes account in Saturday’s Listed City Of Greater Dandenong Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield.
Cox Plate winner Shamus Award is expected to add the $4 million Queen Elizabeth Stakes to his next campaign in a sign that the decision to transform Sydney's autumn carnival into one of the world's richest race events has been a winning move.
Racing NSW and Australian Turf Club have today announced a momentous change to the Sydney autumn racing program, heralding a grand finale event towards the end of the Southern Hemisphere Thoroughbred racing season.
The John Moore-trained Flagship Shine, under Joao Moreira, overcame top weight (132lbs) and a wide draw in stall 13 to claim the Class 1 Panasonic Cup (Handicap) over 1400m at Sha Tin today, 9 November, in impressive style.
Champion sire Fastnet Rock is never short of a top class performer, his latest to emerge being Kiwi based rising star Atlante, who captured the Group I New Zealand Two Thousand Guineas at Riccarton on Saturday.
One week the Victoria Derby the next the Hong Kong Jockey Club Maribyrnong Plate, that’s how the VRC spring carnival has rolled for Robbie Laing.