PROGENY of first season sire Equiano are expected to be in high demand at the 2014 Inglis VOBIS Yearling Sale which starts at Oaklands this Sunday.
A total of 389 lots are scheduled to go under the hammer over two days as Inglis Director and auctioneer Jonathan D'Arcy explained.``Breeders have really got on board this year with the sale and we have a better quality catalogue and a better lot of ho...
Fears that a leg injury may have finished the career of Hosting have been allayed by trainer Greg Eurell.
Hosting pulled up lame after an unplaced run in the Macaulay Hcp (1400m) at Flemington earlier this month. “He was taken to the Werribee Vet Clinic and it didn’t look good,” Eurell explained. “The tests showed he fractured a humerus bone – which wasn’t great to hear. But the good news is that i...
A rapid surge up the Australian General Sires List in recent weeks has seen champion sire Redoute's Choice hit the top spot, nudging aside his budding super sire son Snitzel, to spark the obvious question of which son of Redoute's Choice will be the next to hit the big time as a sire?.
Swettenham Stud believe they have the answer in Master of Design.
Swettenham Stud graduate Girl In Flight raced her way into favouritism for the G1 Australasian Oaks (2000m) in a fortnight after a dominant victory in the final lead-up to the classic at Morphettville on Saturday. Girl In Flight (3f Commands – Rossiya by Machiavellian) won the G3 Schweppervescence Stakes (1800m) after sweeping to the lead at the top of the straight.
Swettenham Stud sire Host (Chi) is all set to break through the $1 million mark this season after Mighty Like won again at Morphettville on Saturday. Mighty Like (4g Host – Mighty Fine by Keltrice) emerged from a pocket in the straight to improve his record to 4 wins in 10 starts.
The Mick Price trained gelding had been in the box seat and, after angling into the clear, he sprinted quickly to scor...
Kaphero filly Swing With Me is coming straight to town after toying with her provincial rivals on Monday.
Trainer Kym Hann will aim her at the Super VOBIS 3YO Fillies Hcp (1200m) at Sandown on April 16. “She’s up to a city midweek race or even better,” Hann predicted. “I knew the filly had ability from the start and she proved that earlier this week.”