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Exciting young sire Star Witness has started the season with all guns blazing posting his fourth winner since August 1 at Scone on Friday with an easy victory for Enjoyable. Trained at Muswellbrook by Jan Bowen, Enjoyable resumed from a spell to race clear and win the 1000 metre maiden by a length and a [...][ Read More ]
Champion trainer Gai Waterhouse has a big opinion of exciting Stratum filly Flamboyant Lass and we saw why at Warwick Farm on Wednesday when she demolished a smart field of older horses to win as she pleased. Having her first start since finishing down the track in the Group I MRC Blue Diamond Stakes won [...][ Read More ]
Exciting young sire Star Witness has been quick to make an impact this spring with a new stakes-winner in Well Sprung and a Group placed filly in Kimberley Star, the handsome chestnut featuring at Sandown on Wednesday with another highly progressive winner in Stellar Collision. An impressive debut winner at Swan Hill for the powerful [...][ Read More ]
Gelding might be the making of talented Sebring three year-old Tulsa, who looked the goods with an easy win at Pakenham on Tuesday. A big leggy chestnut in the mould of Criterion, the Mike Moroney trained Tulsa found the line with a rush to win the 1100 metre maiden by two lengths as favourite at [...][ Read More ]