|Itís That Family Again!|
the aunt of Black Caviar if we look at it in human terms, which is why there
was considerable interest in the Listed Dark Jewel Classic at Scone on
Saturday, which was won by progressive four year-old Arctic Flight.
|Aussie Group Two Success in Dubai|
following the Dubai Racing Carnival were hoping to see a win last night for
Aussie bred champion South African mare Igugu, but while third was the best she
could do there was another big Australian victory and it was delivered by Flying
Spur four year-old Mushreq in the Group II Al Fahadi Fort.
|Tassie Stakes-Winner for Spur|
Listed Strutt Stakes was run in Hobart on Sunday with victory going to
improving Flying Spur filly Green Roller, whose yearling half-sister will be
offered at the 2013 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale.
|Flying Spur Colt Opens Account|
Under an aggressive ride by the comeback king Jim Cassidy, striking Flying Spur colt Rockford opened his winning account at Canterbury on Friday.
|Aussie Bred Wins in Dubai|
bred Flying Spur four year-old Mushreq was in the winner's circle overnight in
Dubai for the Mike de Kock stable.
|Flying Spur Still Has What it Takes|
from stud duties last spring, Arrowfield Stud's Flying Spur posted his highest
price so far in 2013 when Trelawney Stud took his attractive daughter from
Stella Livia (GB) through the New Zealand Premier sale-ring earlier this week.
|Another Ready to Run Stakes-Winner|
Friday night's Sgp-3 Colonial Chief Stakes (1700m) saw Flying Spur gelding Flying Fulton cap off
a brilliant November for NZB's Ready to Run Sale becoming the fourth graduate to
win at stakes level last month alone.
|Better placement helps Lampedusa at Caulfield|
The Peter Moody stable conceded it may have erred when placing
Lampedusa last time out but the three-year-old underlined his potential with a
dominant win in Saturday's Carpet Call Handicap (1440m) at Caulfield.
|One To Watch at Sale|
The Peter Moody-trained Lampedusa, a son of the
recently pensioned Flying Spur, made an impressive winning career debut over
1200 metres at Sale.
|Champion sire retired from duty|
One of Australia's best modern day sires has been retired
from duties due to a decline in its fertility.