|Toydini Dominates Carbine Club|
Progressive Bernardini (USA) three year-old Toydini is clearly on a big upswing, following a last start win in the Group II ATC Phar Lap Stakes at Rosehill with an even more impressive victory in the Group III ATC Carbine Club Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.
|2013 Carbine Club Stakes result - Dini toys with them|
Toydini's career as a gelding continued its rise when the three-year-old
disposed of some handy gallopers with ease in the Group III Carbine Club Stakes
(1600m) at Randwick on Saturday.
|Group Two Winner for Bernardini|
a day when the Darley sires were running hot, promising shuttler Bernardini
(USA) had a taste of the spotlight when his three year-old son Toydini captured
the Group II ATC Phar Lap Stakes.
|Scarletini Steps Up|
three year-old filly beating older rivals with ease over 2400 metres at Sandown
on a Wednesday is always notable at this time of year, so we're taking an
interest in Scarletini, a $55,000 Magic Millions purchase for Malua Bloodstock from the draft of
Southern Cross Breeders.
|Aussie Group I Winner for Bernardini?|
shuttler Bernardini (USA) is the sire of boom New Zealand juvenile Ruud
Awakening, who won the Group I AuRC Diamond Stakes at her last run and is now
certain to travel to Sydney for the Golden Slipper.
|Australia Next for Boom Kiwi 2YO Star|
Karaka Million winner Ruud Awakening is a filly with Golden Slipper
ambitions after her first class performance to take Saturday's $200,000 Group 1
Haunui Farm Diamond Stakes (1200m) at Ellerslie.
|2013 Golden Slipper thoughts for Kiwi filly after latest win|
Connections could pay a $150,000 late entry fee to run Ruud
Awakening in next month's Group I Golden Slipper after the Kiwi filly blitzed
her opposition in the Group I Diamond Stakes (1200m) at Ellerslie.
|New Zealand Group I winner for Bernardini|
shuttler Bernardini (USA) posted his first Southern Hemisphere Group I winner
in New Zealand on Saturday when Ruud Awakening saluted in the Haunui Farm Diamond
Stakes at Ellerslie.
|Bernardini Filly Wins Karaka Million|
The hugely exciting and largely untapped filly Ruud Awakening lived
up to the hype with a superb performance to win New Zealand's richest race –
the $1 million Karaka Million (ResL) (1200m) – at Ellerslie last night.
|Smart Winner for Southern Cross|
Breaking her maiden in encouraging fashion at Ballarat on Sunday was the John Sadler trained filly Scarletini, a $55,000 Magic Millions purchase from the draft of Southern Cross Breeders.