|2013 MSS Security Stakes result - Crystal Web too strong|
Luck deserted trainers Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra's first-up hopes with
Crystal Web but the three-year-old responded with a big finish to claim
Saturday's Listed MSS Security Stakes (1100m) at Flemington.
|Moment to Shine for Crystal Lily Brother|
a half-brother to ill-fated Golden Slipper winner Crystal Lily and at Flemington
on Saturday three year-old gelding Crystal Web seized his opportunity to shine
when surging home late to win the Listed VRC MSS Security Stakes over 1100 metres.
|Royal Haunt Earns a First for Hard Spun|
Former crack racehorse Hard Spun (USA) was represented by his first Australian stakes-winner when the Peter Moody-trained Royal Haunt kept his record at a perfect three for three with a dominant performance in Saturday's $120,000 Listed TROA Supports National Jockeys' Trust Manfred Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield.
|Easy work for Royal Haunt in Manfred Stakes|
Smart three-year-old Royal Haunt had little trouble maintaining his perfect record in Saturday's Listed Manfred Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield.
|First Win for Marble Halls Sister|
memory of former classy galloper Marble Halls was recalled at Seymour on
Tuesday when his three year-old half-sister Baluch opened her winning account
for the Peter Moody stable.
|New Stakes-Winner for Hard Spun|
Darley shuttler Hard Spun (USA) posted his 14th stakes-winner with a
colt called Easter Gift, who comes from the family of champion Australian
racehorse and sire Strawberry Road.
|Hard Spun Filly Has Heads Spinning at Saratoga|
It proved another red-letter day for Darley Stud's
impressive young Danzig stallion Hard Spun (USA) on Saturday with his daughter
Questing proving her victory in the CCA Oaks (G1) was no fluke with a
demoralising nine length romp in the 132nd running of the time-honoured Alabama
Stakes (G1) at Saratoga.
|Hard Spun Goes 1-2 in CCA Oaks|
Darley Stud's impressive young Danzig stallion Hard
Spun (USA) continued his impressive run of success in North America of late landing a one two punch in
Saturday's time honoured Coaching Club American Oaks (G1) at Saratoga racetrack.
|First Group One Winner for Hard Spun|
Darley shuttler Hard Spun (USA) Spun sired his first Group I winner in the US overnight when his three-year-old
daughter Zo Impressive won the Group I Mother Goose Stakes at Belmont Park.
|Fifth Aussie Winner for Hard Spun|
shuttler Hard Spun (USA) posted his fifth Australian winner when the Rick
Hore-Lacy trained gelding Jarrah Twist won on debut at Sale on Thursday.