|Greta West Thrilled with God's Own Winners|
God's Own has timed his relocation to Greta West Stud with a rush of winners
in the last week.
|God's Own to Relocate|
God's Own Syndicate, headed by Yallambee Stud and Eliza Park Stud, are pleased
to announce the relocation of God's Own in 2013 to one of Victoria's oldest and
most respected family owned stud farms, Greta West Stud.
|Big Idea, A Big Winner|
God's Own 4 year old mare BIG IDEA, at her fifth start today at Ascot Park in New Zealand, absolutely brained them in the McCallums Drycleaning Maiden over 1360m, winning by 7 lengths for trainer M R Pitman and jockey Chris Johnson.
|Four Out of Five for God's Own|
probably heresy to mention Meat Loaf's name in Grand Final week, but the rotund
warbler was once famous for belting out a tune, Two Out of Three Ain't Bad.
|Sunday Treble for Yallambee |
It was a big day at the office yesterday for Yallambee Stud with God's Own and Sha Tin 'doubles'.
|Stakes Double for God's Own|
was a red letter, or should we say black letter day, for emerging sire, God's
Own, who racked up a stakes double with Utah Saints at Caulfield (7-Eleven Pink
Ribbon Cup-LR) and Balzeus at Morphettville (HC Nitschke Stakes-LR) today.
|Gelding the key to God's Reward at Goulburn|
The unkindest cut of all has led to a heavenly form turnaround for the Frank Cleary-trained God's Reward, who lines up at Goulburn on Saturday in the Treasury Wines Class 3 Handicap (1600m).
|God's on a Roll|
Four year-old gelding Godwilling continued the recent good run being enjoyed by his sire God's Own when saluting at Canterbury on Friday night, providing a timely update for his half-brother who is heading to the 2012 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale.
|God's Own on High|
Finding an earn at
any time of the year ain't easy, but many of us feel like we've had the
blowtorch applied to our tootsies come Christmas.
|God's Own - The Holy Trinity (Plus One!)|
Emerging sire, God's Own, weighed in with his first treble yesterday
notching up a double in Victoria via Maker's Marque and Bartholemew before Sons
of God led the way at Eagle Farm in Queensland.