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Wednesday race meetings in Sydney and Melbourne produced a number of winners either sold/ raised at Widden with success for Labdien, Courtza King and War Jet at Warwick Farm, while Cristalina Lago saluted at Sandown. A first starter for the Chris Waller stable Labdien (2f Stryker x Bold Moment) was a $21,000 Magic Millions Weanling [...][ Read More ]
Sebring was in hot form on Golden Slipper Day with a new stakes-winner and a huge performance from one of his prime flagbearers in Criterion. Black Caviar’s breeder Rick Jamieson was in the winner’s circle when his talented Sebring mare Scratchy Bottom posted her first Black Type win in the Group III ATC Epona Stakes. [...][ Read More ]
Nicconi has been churning out the winners in recent weeks and cracked it for his first stakes-winner on Friday night at Moonee Valley with the Group II MVRC Alister Clark Stakes falling to progressive colt Chill Party, a $60,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the draft of leading Victorian nursery Three Bridges Thoroughbreds. A close second [...][ Read More ]
The winners keep coming for our young sire Nicconi who has moved to second on the Australian Second Season Sires List by winners following a dominant win on Tuesday for the David Hayes and Tom Dabernig trained filly Kristofferson. Placed at four of her previous eight runs, it all came together for Kristofferson at Tatura [...][ Read More ]