Westspeed Magazine Summer 2021 online

Thoroughbred Breeders WA has published Westspeed Magazine’s online edition previewing the 2021 Perth Magic Millions Yearling Sale.

It can be viewed by clicking here.

The hard-copy edition is being printed at Vanguard Press and will be distributed in the week commencing Monday, 18 January.


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Dig Deep update for Gold Coast Sale

Gold Front Thoroughbreds received a second update for its Awesome Rock filly at the 2021 Gold Coast Magic Millions Yearling Sale when Dig Deep prevailed at Ascot on Saturday.

The Awesome Rock filly is a half-sister to Dig Deep and has been catalogued as Lot 989 through Valiant Stud (as…

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Viva, Lass Vegas

All American mare Lass Vegas has found a new lease of life since transferring to Mornington trainers David & Coral Feek.

The former NSW-based sprinter had won four races before crossing the border as a winter 5yo in June.  She won on a Heavy 9 at Moe shortly after arriving…

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War Chant procession led by Dance Music

Dance Music has been the lamp-lighter for War Chant (USA) this season and there’s been a procession of winners taking her lead in the last month.

The Yarradale Stud champion has a worldwide roll-call of 44 individual stakes winners that have struck 87 times in black-type races.  Dance Music has…

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Darling View wins Black Diamond

Saturday’s inaugural $100,000 TBWA Black Diamond (1200m) was a triumph for Darling View Thoroughbreds and its sire Patronize.

Patronize (Redoute’s Choice) is a three-quarter brother to Exceed And Excel and he sired three of the first four home in a blanket-finish at Ascot.

Solid Azza (5m Patronize – Rock Revival by…

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Aushorse Investors’ Guide 2021 launched

Australia remains the leading place to race a horse in the world; a statement demonstrated by there being 52 races run this year worth A$1 million or more, compared to 29 in America and just seven across all of Europe.

This is just one of many facts and statistics published…

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Turrell turns back clock at Ascot

Long-time Ascot trainer Bob Turrell broke a long drought at his home track when Alien From Mars broke her maiden in the TABtouch-Better Your Bet (1200m) on Saturday.

Alien From Mars didn’t debut until last year and Turrell’s persistence is finally paying off with the 5yo daughter of War Chant…

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Fabergino flying for Tiarnna

WA trainer Tiarnna Robertson ended her extended stay in Victoria by winning in style as Fabergino (Maschino) relished a return to a short-course sprint in Saturday’s Living Legends Hcp (1000m) at Flemington.

Robertson has spent the past three months in Victoria, a time in which she had to deal with…

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Winning Mix for Oakland Park

Oakland Park Stud parlayed an international treble last Wednesday into a promising debut winner at Pinjarra on Sunday.

Homebred filly Hot Mix looked readymade carrying the Oakland Park colours to a resounding victory in the Happy 40th Birthday Jon Maiden (1200m).  She mustered speed to take up a forward position…

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Sixth Classic for Peters Investments

Peters Investments won the G1 Kingston Town Classic (1800m) for the sixth time on Saturday and for good measure the cerise and white silks filled out the quinella when Truly Great defeated Inspirational Girl.

Owner-breeders Bob and Sandra Peters had already won Perth’s premier weight-for-age event with Old Nick (Old…

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