Tip the Wink at Ascot

Wink And A Nod capped a winning week for Mungrup Stud stallions at Ascot on Saturday.

The McFlirt mare scored a first-up victory in the Speeding Bullet Hcp (1200m) for Justin and Lucy Warwick.  Peeling off the heels of front-runner Nardini at the top of the straight, she fought back…

Read more »

Unique double by Trade Fair

Trade Fair again showed his versatility with a unique double in Australia and England over the weekend.

Cougar Nights won the Country Challenge Final (1500m) at Ascot on Saturday by three lengths for trainer Michael Lane and jockey Brad Parnham.

Then on Sunday, Basford Ben won the Kath Delaney Chase (5200m)…

Read more »

Champagne double for Blackfriars

Blackfriars can sire his second G3 WA Oaks winner in three years with untapped filly French Champagne.

The Oakland Park homebred had won a Northam maiden on December 4 and claimed the Kryptonite Hcp (1600m) despite a wide trip at Ascot on Saturday.  “She’s doing it on raw ability at…

Read more »

Perth Magic Millions catalogue online

The cream of Western Australia’s yearling crop will go under the hammer at the 2015 Perth Magic Millions at Belmont Park on February 17 and 18.

The 396 strong catalogue is now online at

Group 1 graduates of the Perth Magic Millions include Scenic Blast, Luckygray, Moment of Change, Eagle…

Read more »

Italian winner by Alfred Nobel

Sunspeed shuttler Alfred Nobel sired his latest European winner on Tuesday when San Marcos was successful in Rome.

San Marcos (2c Alfred Nobel – Maclura by Observatory) broke through at the fifth time of asking with a half-length victory in the Premio Potassio (1600m).  He cost 10,000 euros (AUD 14,265)…

Read more »

Tan in the Money at Kranji

Econsul sprinter Happy Money keeps finding the line in Singapore winning four in a row since September.

He completed a hat-trick at Kranji earlier this year and climbed to open company in the RDA Cup (1200m) on Sunday

Happy Money (4g Econsul – Gem Of Gems by Peintre Celebre) cost $15,000…

Read more »

Invincible winner from Geisel Park

A successful career awaits Geisel Park graduate Invincible Me on the strength of his first-up victory at Morphettville.

After a fading 15 length loss on debut at Echuca in July, he returned a different horse to win the Wolf Blass Maiden (1050m) on Saturday.  Settling on the pace, he powered…

Read more »

St Borealis crowns Tiara Stakes

War Chant sired his 33rd stakes winner when St Borealis completed a hat-trick in the LR Tiara Stakes (1700m) at Gulfstream Park on Saturday.

St Borealis travelled to Florida after victories at Ellis Park and Churchill Downs in Kentucky.  “I can’t say what I was thinking when we drew post…

Read more »

Big brute wins for Blackfriars

Temporise has gone to another level since resuming from a long spell and he was always in control of the final event at the Kingston Town Classic meeting.

The Blackfriars gelding was sooled towards the lead from a wide barrier by Craig Parnham and then established a winning break in…

Read more »

Tenth stakes-winner for Oratorio

Oratorio (Aus) has sired his 10th stakes-winner to underline a marvellous afternoon for Mungrup Stud on the Kingston Town Classic card at Ascot.

The Trevor Andrews trained Palace Intruder sent Oratorio into double-figures when returning to winning form in the LR Aquanita Stakes (1800m).  He was coming off mediocre performances…

Read more »

News Archive »