|Cash to produce pace for Mr Moet in 2013 Australian Cup|
Perth trainer Adam Durrant says the $1 million purse will only help Mr Moet's
bid for victory in Saturday's Group I Australian Cup (2000m) at Flemington.
|Mosayter on the Rise|
RAGS TO RICHES sire Mosayter (USA), one now standing on $4,400 at Louise Ellis's Argyle Thoroughbreds, Four Mile Creek, Panuara (Orange central western NSW) after starting off in Western Australia, had his credentials boosted at the weekend by winners of rich Group1 races a hemisphere apart.
|Locals Cheer Home Mr Moet in Railway Stakes |
The Eastern State challenge fizzled and the
locals cheered again when outsider Mr Moet completed a sensational day for
young trainer Adam Durrant in the $1 million Group 1 Carlton Draught Railway
Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.
|2012 Railway Stakes result - Mr Moet in an upset|
Perth jockey Daniel Staeck said winning a Group I race was "probably
a bit easier than what you would expect" after he piloted longshot Mr Moet to
victory in Saturday's Railway Stakes (1600m) at Ascot.
|Mosayter Winners Keep Impressing|
MOSAYTER (USA), the powerfully bred American by Storm Cat and from Bashayer, supplied one of the most spectacular metropolitan winners in Australia on Saturday.
|Mosayter to Stay in NSW|
the principle of the Argyle Thoroughbreds stud at Panuara near Orange in
central western NSW, has fought off demand from Western Australian breeders for
the powerfully bred Mosayter (USA) (Storm Cat – Bashayer, by Mr Prospector) to
return back across the Nullabor by buying him from his owners.
|Owners of NSW central west stud celebrate with Moet|
LOUISE ELLIS, the principal of the Argyle Thoroughbreds stud at Panuara near Orange in central western New South Wales, and family had fresh reasons to crack a bottle of Moet champagne after racing in Perth on Saturday.
|Mosayter Winners Flow in Perth|
MOSAYTER (USA), a
superbly bred importation standing on a modest fee at Louise Ellis's Argyle
Thoroughbreds stud at Panuara near historic Orange in central western NSW, has
been one of the most successful sires for Perth racing over the past six weeks.
|Winners for Mosayter|
impressive run in Western Australia by the modestly used powerfully bred
importation Mosayter (USA) (Storm Cat – Bashayer, by Mr.
|Mosayter Winners in West|
MOSAYTER (USA), the powerfully bred son of Storm Cat and the Mr Prospector winner Bashayer, who transferred last year from Western Australia to Louise Ellis's new Argyle Thoroughbreds stud at Panuara near Orange, NSW, left a legacy behind from restricted earlier use that sees him challenge as Sire of the Week in the West for the first week of November.