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Talented three-year-old Escado delivered trainer Matt Laurie his maiden Group 1 victory on Saturday when dashing away with the SAJC South Australian Derby over 2500m at Morphettville.
The final lead in race to the Group 2 Aushorse Golden Horseshoe in Singapore was conducted on Friday night, with the experienced War Affair staking his claim as a contender in the series finale.
For the fifth consecutive year the $50,000 Inglis Race Series Bonus placed on the open two-year-old event on the Murrumbidgee Turf Club’s Wagga Town Plate Day has gone off, this time to the Bede Murray trained filly Chosen Song.
This Sunday, Inglis will throw open the gates at their Newmarket complex for a new Syndication Open Day where prospective investors can view a parade of newly acquired yearlings.
584 lots have been catalogued for the 2013 Inglis Great Southern Sale, which will be conducted over three-days on 21, 22 and 23 May in Melbourne.
245 yearlings have been sold at the inaugural Inglis VOBIS Gold Yearling Sale in Melbourne, setting a robust foundation on which to grow in future years.
The inaugural Inglis VOBIS Gold Yearling Sale got off to a successful start in Melbourne on Sunday, with 137 lots sold at Oaklands.
Super colt All Too Hard seduced racegoers with a tremendous performance on the final day of the 2013 Sydney Carnival, taking out the Group 1 ATC All Aged Stakes over 1400m at Royal Randwick
Undefeated duo Missy Cummings and The Huntress are headed for the Inglis Race Series riches on offer during the two day Scone Carnival next month following black-type wins on Saturday.
Hioctdane continued his march towards the Group 1 SA Derby next week with a super impressive five length victory in the Group 2 SAJC Chairman’s Stakes over 2000m at Morphettville.
Outstanding mare Ortensia, who has Group One wins in three countries, has been retired after finishing unplaced in the race named in her honour at Scone on Saturday.
He may be small in stature but Stepitup has proven to be a star of the three-year-olds by taking out the Group 1 $500,000 Singapore Guineas over 1600m on Friday night.
Missy Cummings, the favourite to win the Inglis 3YO Guineas, has been sold a couple of days out from the $500,000 race.
Gerald Ryan is keen for punters to know Saturday’s $500,000 Inglis Scone Guineas is not an after-thought for his gun filly, Flying Snitzel.
Group One-placed as a spring three-year-old, Ashokan has been a work in progress since joining the Gai Waterhouse stable.
The race Greg Hickman has coveted more than any other for Taxmeifyoucan has probably arrived sooner than the trainer wanted.
Gilgai Farm’s Rick Jamieson and Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria share their thoughts on what the latest world thoroughbred rankings mean for Victorian breeders Black Caviar being crowned the world’s best racehorse.
The strong fields in the BTC Cup at Eagle Farm and The Goodwood at Morphettville on Saturday, both won by the great mare, are a lingering reminder of the sheer dominance of Black Caviar.
Racing Victoria (RV) has announced revised product fee policies to be applied to all wagering operators for the publication and use of Victorian thoroughbred race fields from 1 July 2013.
Promising Magic Albert three year-old Bundle of Joy made it two wins and a second from just three starts when scoring comfortably at Happy Valley on Wednesday evening.