|Zamorar to bounce back in Bletchingly Stakes|
Seymour trainer David Bourne says smart three-year-old Zamorar is set to
improve on a luckless Monash Stakes performance in Saturday's Group III
Bletchingly Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield.
|Scandal Keeper Book Full|
Yarradale Stud has announced Scandal Keeper's book is full for 2012.
|Four for Beasley in Singapore|
Golden Slipper-winning rider Danny Beasley has dominated
Sunday's Kranji meeting in Singapore by booting home four winners on the
|War Chant Heads 2012 Yarradale Stud Roster|
Yarradale Stud have announced service fees for 2012 with War Chant (USA) (Danzig) set to stand for a $22,000
(inc gst) service fee.
|Zamorar to Tackle Black Type|
Zamorar will zero in
on a black-type assignment at Flemington next month after nailing a narrow win
at Caulfield on Saturday.
|Scandal Keeper Goes Six for Six|
Yarradale Stud sire
Scandal Keeper (USA) is a perfect six-for-six after Royal Butler landed the Liston
Landers Maiden Plate (1350m) at Donald on Sunday.
|Group Two for Keeper Mare|
Palmerston North trainer Lisa Latta has taken another spring feature with her charge Platinum Princess proving too tough for the field in the Group II $230,000 Coupland's Bakeries Mile (1600m) at Riccarton yesterday.
|Keeper Gelding Claims Seymour |
punters, the $26 outsider Tiakinui staged a last to first performance in Sunday's
Listed Darley Seymour Cup (1600m).
|Boutique stable claims Seymour|
Bendigo trainer Matthew Enright has upset the big Melbourne stables to claim Sunday's Listed Darley Seymour Cup (1600m) with the honest gelding Tiakinui.
|Omens Look Good for Sepoy|
Sepoy has a major assignment in tonight's Group 1 Manikato Stakes and the omens look good after his close relation Scandal Keeper sired his first metropolitan winner courtesy of his impressive son Zamorar in the opening race at Moonee Valley.