|New jockey for Sangster in BMW|
Kiwi stayer Sangster will have a new jockey when he contests Saturday's
Group I BMW (2400m) at Rosehill.
|Blackiston filly good to go for 2013 Vinery Stud Stakes|
Flemington trainer Nigel Blackiston confirmed emerging filly
You're So Good would travel to Sydney to take on the locals in the Group I Vinery
Stud Stakes (2000m) on Golden Slipper day.
|Savabeel Filly Headed To Vinery Stakes|
A fast finishing second in the Group 1 Australian Guineas proved sound enough form for the Savabeel filly You're So Good to open her stakes account in Friday's Listed Schweppes Alexandra Stakes (1600m).
|2013 Alexandra Stakes result - She's so good|
Developing three-year-old You're So Good is almost certain head to Sydney for a Group I assignment after leading nearly all the way to claim Friday's Listed Alexandra Stakes (1600m) at Moonee Valley.
|Blackiston filly so good for 2013 Alexandra Stakes|
Emerging filly You're So Good will be out to provide another advertisement
of her immense ability in Friday night's Listed Alexandra Stakes (1600m) at
|In-form Kiwi bound for 2013 Ranvet Stakes|
Rejuvenated Kiwi galloper Sangster will travel to Sydney
this week to compete for a second Australian Group I win during the autumn
|Sangster Star on the Rise|
Last season's Group 1 VRC Derby winner Sangster was all the rage heading into yesterday's $500,000 Group 1 Barfoot & Thompson Auckland Cup (3200m) and he turned New Zealand's premier staying event into a one-horse race with a brilliant and memorable performance.
|Diademe Starts Brilliant Day for Savabeel|
Promising mare Diademe opened a brilliant day for her sire Savabeel at Ellerslie yesterday producing a career best performance to win the $70,000 Group 3 Westbury Classic (1400m).
|2013 Australian Guineas win would be so good for Blackiston|
Trainer Nigel Blackiston says he has done all he can to
ensure You're So Good has a chance of continuing a winning run for the fillies
in Saturday's Group I Australian Guineas (1600m) at Flemington.
|Victoria Derby Hero Wins a Second Group I|
Last season's Group 1 VRC Derby winner Sangster (NZ) made a stunning
return to form and has taken NZB's Ready to Run Sale's Group 1 count to 11 in
the last five seasons with victory in Saturday's $200,000 Group 1 Darci Brahma
International Stakes (2000m) at Te Rapa.