Swettenham Stud’s Adam Sangster was one happy camper driving to the Oaklands Junction sales complex on Sunday morning to attend the Inglis Melbourne Gold Yearling Sale.
Sangster was basking in the glow of Prince of Sussex’s thrilling victory in Saturday’s inaugural $1 million Ladbrokes Showdown over 1200m at Caulfield, particularly given that the winner is by Swettenh...
In a brilliant result for the Victorian industry, Thunder Snow provided Swettenham Stud’s stallion Trust In A Gust with another substantial pedigree update when he made history at Meydan winning the Dubai World Cup for the second consecutive time.
Thunder Snow successfully claimed the 2000 metre feature in the hands of superstar jockey Christophe Soumillon for trainer Saeed bin Suroor.
Prince Of Sussex, a brilliant first-crop representative of Swettenham’s resident stallion Toronado, showed his raw talent at Bendigo when he demolished his rivals in the highly competitive Avenue Press Gold Rush over 1000 metres.
The son of the popular Victorian sire under Michael Dee won comfortably being eased down by two and a quarter lengths in front of a top quality field.