|One to Watch – Geelong|
early days, but Team Hawkes would have to be encouraged with the performance of
the half-brother to their quality stayer Maluckyday, who bolted in on debut at
Geelong on Tuesday.
|Super Easy Strikes Again|
Singapore's reigning Horse of the Year Super Easy (NZ) (Darci Brahma x Parfore) made a stylish return to winning form last night at Kranji taking the S$500,000 Sgp-1 Lion City Cup (1200m), the third leg of the Singapore Sprint Series.
|Group One Winner for Darci Brahma|
Speedy two-year-old filly Recite (Darci Brahma) took her unbeaten
record to four on Saturday when winning the $225,000 Group 1 The Oaks Stud
Manawatu Sires' Produce Stakes (1400m) at Awapuni.
|Group I Goals for Recite and Al Strada|
New Zealand's two-year-old Group 1 races are the next logical steps for the
unbeaten Recite and Al Strada who were both successful in
Matamata's juvenile stakes races on Saturday.
|New Group I Winner for Darci Brahma|
NZB's Ready to Run Sale celebrated another weekend of Group 1 success
with Nashville beating a star line-up in Saturday's $200,000
Group 1 Haunui Farm WFA Classic (1600m) at Otaki.
|Juvenile Stakes-Winner for Darci Brahma|
Exciting Darci Brahma filly Recite gave her sire a huge boost ahead of Karaka 2013 which kicks off next week when she won the $85,000 Group 2 Little Avondale Stud Wakefield Challenge Stakes (1200m) at Trentham on Saturday in notable fashion.
|Sixth Stakes-Winner for Darci Brahma|
With his progeny running hot, young sire Darci Brahma picked up his sixth stakes winner at Te Rapa on Saturday with Sir Lovesalot (NZ) winning the $50,000 Listed Shaw's Wire Ropes Sprint (1400m).
|One to Watch - Sale|
Thoroughbred the win may have come a day late but for astute Bloodstock agent John
Chalmers the thumping five and a half length victory of the progressive Tarzan
I Am at Sale on Wednesday could not have come at a better time.
|Fifth Stakes-Winner for Darci Brahma|
NZB Ready to Run Sale graduate Nashville (NZ) has confirmed his
position as a rising star in New Zealand's racing ranks with a brilliant
victory in today's $230,000 Group 2 8th Coupland's Bakeries Mile (1600m) at
|Darci Be Good Bounces Back|
Winless since defeating Rekindled Alliance and Ambidexter in the Group 3
Spring Stakes at Newcastle in September last year, the Bede Murray-trained Darci
Be Good bounced back to his best in Thursday's Group III Panthers Hawkesbury
Gold Cup (1600m).