|Another New Stakes-Winner for O'Reilly|
Another weekend, another black-type winner for O'Reilly who celebrated his 15th stakes winner of the season on Saturday with Hera (NZ) (ex Corsica, by Centaine) taking the $50,000 Listed Graeme Thomson Jewellers Great Northern Foal Stakes (1400m) at Ellerslie.
|Kiwi Juvenile Shines in Aushorse Golden Horseshoe|
The kiwi bred War Affair (NZ) confirmed his status as Singapore's most
talented two-year-old with a dominant win in the last leg of Singapore's Golden
Horseshoe Series, the S$325,000 Sgp-2 Aushorse Golden Horseshoe (1200m) at
Kranji on Friday night.
|Keyarna Blue Makes It 66 for O'Reilly|
Waikato Stud's champion stallion looks short odds of
retaining his champion NZ sire title this season due, in no small part, to a stellar
3yo crop, which included Sacred Falls, Shamexpress, High Fashion, Emerald
Queen, Pussy Willow and Saturday's Listed Darley Laelia Stakes winner Keyarna
Blue at Morphettville.
|Another Kiwi 3YO Conqueror|
Kiwi bred three-year-old colt Sacred Falls (NZ) has continued New Zealand's outstanding run of success in Sydney's Autumn Carnival with a scintillating victory in one of the world's most prestigious mile races, the A$2 million Group 1 Doncaster Mile at Randwick on Saturday.
|O'Reilly Colt Captures Dramatic Doncaster|
Not even Pierro's renowned fighting qualities could turn
back the challenge of the Kiwi colt Sacred Falls in Saturday's $2 million Group
1 BMW Doncaster Mile (1600m) at Randwick.
|2013 Doncaster Mile result - Race Falls Waller's way|
Kiwi colt Sacred Falls capped the perfect day for the Chris Waller stable in Saturday's Group I Doncaster Mile (1600m) at Randwick.
|O'Reilly Hot Streak Continues|
Progeny of New Zealand's Champion sire O'Reilly are running hot on both sides of the Tasman with racing in Sydney on Saturday seeing the Peter Moody trained Thy head a Karaka quinella in the A$100,000 Listed Sharp Aspiration Handicap (1600m).
|From Little Things, Big Things Grow|
foal to yearling to Group I winner, this colt has won arguably Australia's best
|Royal AScot Plans for Shamexpress|
Kiwi bred colt Shamexpress (NZ) could join fellow Karaka graduate
Ocean Park (NZ) at Royal Ascot in England later this year after his stunning
performance to win Australia's premier sprint race, the A$1 million Newmarket
Handicap (1200m), at Flemington on Saturday.
|O'Reilly Colt Captures Newmarket|
Danny O'Brien's love affair with the progeny of Waikato Stud stallion O'Reilly is not about to end any time soon after the 3yo colt Shamexpress came with a barnstorming finish to claim his first stakes success in the $1 million Group 1 Lexus Newmarket Handicap (1200) at Flemington.