|Value for Money|
It's not uncommon for a stud to drop the service fee of a sire only to find he then comes out with all guns blazing!.
|First Group I Winner for Purrealist|
With his oldest crop three-year olds, Purrealist was searching for a horse to champion the cause and he has found it in the Chris Waller-trained Hawkspur, who became his sires first Group 1 winner after dominating Saturday's $500,000 Group I Channel Seven Queensland Derby (2400m) at Eagle Farm.
|Hawkspur Takes the Grand Prix|
The Chris Waller-trained Hawkspur showed he is the horse to beat in the Queensland Derby following a dominant win in Saturday's Group III Grand Prix Stakes (2200m) at Doomben.
|First Stakes Winner for Purrealist|
A close-up sixth in the Group 3 Frank Packer Plate at
Rosehill won by Unsainity, the Chris Waller-trained Hawkspur turned the tables
on that gelding in Saturday's $125,000 Group III Mittys Rough Habit Plate
(2100m) at Eagle Farm.
|Hawkspur gets a hat-trick and Brisbane bound in the winter|
After nine starts, Hawkspur was still a maiden but after
winning his third race on the trot at Rosehill on Boxing Day, his trainer Chris
Waller says he will now map a path to the Group I Queensland Derby.
Thoroughbreds show tonight includes a feature on Chatswood Stud in Victoria
where the stallions were feeling frisky.
|Fifth Winner for Purrealist|
Makybe Stud's Purrealist has had a change of venue this season and will stand at Chatswood Stud this spring, the young son of Tale of the Cat (USA) represented by his fifth winner at Seymour on Thursday in the shape of the David Hayes trained Purrfect Cocktail.
|No Purrealist for Rosemont|
the announcement of the purchase of Makybe farm this week, it has been decided
that Purrealist will not be joining the Rosemont roster at the Gnarwarre
|Slipper Hopeful and a Sale Ring Star for Purrealist|
Gai Waterhouse trained Pure Hustle is Golden Slipper bound after producing a
super impressive trial at Randwick yesterday morning.
|Third Winner for Purrealist|
exciting young sire Purrealist posted his third winner at Moonee Valley ion
Friday night when the Hawkes Racing trained filly Anjea bolted away to win
as she pleased.