|Hayes loses Group I-winning sprinter|
A track accident has forced the David Hayes stable to euthanize
Group I-winning sprinter Eagle Falls.
|Glorious Days Triumphs |
Karaka graduate Glorious Days produced a career best performance last night to beat a star-studded field in the first leg of Hong Kong's Triple Crown – the HK$8 million HK-1 Stewards' Cup (1600m) – at Sha Tin.
|Hayes - Falls ready to rise in Magic Millions Sprint|
Victorian trainer David Hayes has no doubt Group I winner Eagle Falls can record his first win in 11 months in Saturday's Magic Millions Sprint (1000m) at the Gold Coast.
|Glorious Days for Ready to Run|
NZB's Ready to Run Sale of 2YOs – which begins tomorrow at 11am – is in red-hot form celebrating a third stakes winner in nine days last night with the hugely exciting Hong Kong galloperGlorious Dayswinning the Group 2 Jockey Club Mile at Sha Tin.
|Hussonet's Tatra Claims Sandown Guineas in a Thriller|
Stud's homebred Tatra held the challenge of the fast finishing Lunar
Rise and his stablemate Proverb in a thrilling renewal of Saturday's $350,000
Group 2 Sandown Guineas (1600m) .
|2012 Sandown Guineas result- It's Snowden again|
Smart three-year-old Tatra gave Darley trainer Peter Snowden his third Sandown
Guineas (1600m) success in five years when he lasted to win Saturday's 2012
edition of the $350,000 event.
|2012 Lexus Hybrid Plate result - Oliver walks the walk|
Top jockey Damien Oliver put aside the controversy of Tuesday morning to boot home Walk With Attitude in the Listed Lexus Stakes (1400m) at Flemington.
|Runs With Attitude|
Well bred filly Walk With Attitude scored a valuable Black Type success on Cup Day when turning in a tenacious effort to win the Listed VRC Lexus Hybrid Stakes over 1200 metres.
|Blue-Blood Salutes at Canterbury|
This filly may never rise to the heights of her Group I winning siblings Redoute's Choice, Platinum Scissors and Manhattan Rain, but she is now a winner after saluting at Canterbury on Friday night.
|Interstate Stakes Double for Hussonet|
Stud's Hussonet (USA) struck an early interstate stakes double when the
Darley's homebred Tatra scored a dogged victory in Saturday's Listed Ming Dynasty Quality (1400m) at Warwick
Farm shortly after Member's Joy pulled off a $26 upset in the Listed Cap
D'antibes Stakes at Flemington.