|Geegees Blackflash Takes Launceston Cup |
Trainer John Luttrell watched on as his 2yo filly Geegees Velvet played second fiddle for the third time to Grand Tycoon in the Gold Sovereign Stakes however he was back in the winner's circle a race later when stable stalwart Geegees Blackflash, a half-brother to Geegees Velvet, captured the Group III Launceston Cup (2400m).
|Clangalang Fee Reduced|
Group I AJC Epsom Handicap and AJC Derby winner Clangalang has had his fee reduced by Willow Grove Stud for 2012.
|Clangalang to Relocate|
A multiple Gr1 winner of the AJC Derby at three and the Epsom Handicap at four, Clangalang has been enjoying outstanding results in 2011/12 with progeny earnings of over $1,6 million, three Stakes winners and currently occupying 60th position on the General Sires List, from only 85 runners.
|Hi Belle Strikes a Blow for Battlers|
If Sydney stakes-winner Dystopia is seen as a blue-blood from the silk department, then at the other end of the scale is Group III MRC Mannerism Stakes winner Hi Belle, who proved you don't need to spend a fortune to get hold of a good mare.
|Home town win in Hobart Cup |
Geegees Blackflash has staved off a mainland challenge to claim Sunday's Group III Hobart Cup (2200m) at Elwick.
|Geegees Blackflash Takes Hobart Cup|
2010 Tasmanian Derby winner Geegees Blackflash has been unstoppable this preparation and reeled off his fifth straight win when lugging 58,5 kg to victory in the Group III Hobart Cup on Sunday.
|Geegees Blackflash in Hot Form|
2010 Tasmanian Derby winner Geegees Blackflash has been in hot form this preparation, reeling off his third straight win since resuming from a spell when saluting in the Listed Kevin Sharkie Stakes in Hobart on Tuesday.
|The Eighth Maker takes City Of Marion Stakes|
Late bloomer The Eighth Maker posted the biggest win of his career when the gelding took out Saturday's Listed City Of Marion Stakes (1200m) at Morphettville.
|Clangalang Mare Completes Grea|
The John Gunning-trained mare Hi Belle
completed a four-timer for champion jockey Craig Williams in Saturday's Le Pine
Funerals Summoned Stakes (1500m) at Betfair Park.
|Clangalang Sires His Third Sta|
Rivers End Stud reaped an instant reward from its new recruit Clangalang when the John Gunning-trained Hi Belle mowed down Neriani in Wednesday's Listed Race-Tech Classic (1600m) at Caulfield.