• Dash For Cash – Frilly Knickers (Dauberval) filly / Scenic Lodge

    The first Sunspeed-bred Dash For Cash foal are on the ground and this filly is a half-sister to winners by Blackfriars and Hurricane Sky. Her dam Frilly Knickers is a half-sister to G3 Sir Ernest Lee-Steere Classic winner Mansion House (Blackfriars).

  • City Place – La Rochelle (Honour And Glory) filly / Yarradale Stud

    The first Australian born foal by City Place (USA) is a half-sister to Victorian winner Khandallah (Kitten’s Joy) and Ascot winner Le Schiller (Artie Schiller). Their USA bred dam also has a yearling colt by Musket.

  • Frost Giant – Playcidium Mint (Foreplay) filly / Yarradale Stud

    G3 Sir Ernest Lee-Steere Classic winner Playcidium Mint has delivered her third filly in a row at Gidgegannup. This Frost Giant youngster follows foals by War Chant and Scandal Keeper.

  • Beautiful foals at Mungrup Stud

    Jan Williamson (left) holding a Dick Turpin – Dirty Vegas colt alongside Claire Dawson pictured with an Oratorio – Just As Beautiful colt.

    Both foals were born at exactly the same time on Thursday night at Mungrup Stud and the similarities don’t end there. Jan is Claire’s mother and Just As Beautiful is the dam of Dirty Vegas.

    Just As Beautiful is also the dam of G2 Pago Pago Stakes winner Salade. Photo / Ann Croucher

  • My Admiration – Red Pluton (Real Jester) filly / Westbury Park

    My Admiration has his first foals on the ground and one of the earliest to arrive is this filly from a mare who won the LR Merson Cooper Stakes.

  • My Admiration – Decamp (Desert King) colt / Westbury Park

    Westbury Park’s Hong Kong Group 2 winner sired this colt from Decamp who won two races in Victoria at Moe and Swan Hill.  The mare has a yearling colt by Lucky Unicorn.

  • Dick Turpin – About Even (Bianconi) filly / Mungrup Stud

    Mungrup Stud welcomed their first foal of the season when About Even delivered a filly by Dick Turpin on Monday morning, August 3.  Mungrup’s Claire Dawson (pictured) and her mother Jan Williamson acted as midwives when the filly foaled down at the very civilised time of 8am!  Photo / Ann Croucher

  • Playing God – Oriel (Oratorio) colt / Mungrup Stud

    Mungrup Stud’s Group 1 winning sire Playing God has his first foal on the ground and stud staff are super-pleased with this stunning colt from Oriel.  Pictured with Gene Killick, he is from a Kalgoorlie winner for Gray & Jan Williamson and Lex & Shirley Piper.  Photo / Ann Croucher