|Show a Heart Keeps Star Kingdom Line Alive|
in the second half of last century of Star Kingdom (IRE), the brilliant imported son
of the Hyperion sire Stardust, who stood at the Baramul Stud in the Widden
Valley, was considered the most powerful in Australia last century.
|Show A Heart's Vo Heart Takes Champagne Classic|
The 2yo Show a Heart gelding Vo Heart has won his only race
on heavy ground at Doomben so trainer Darryl Hansen was not concerned when the
heavens opened before the start of the $175,000 Group II Bollinger Champagne
Classic (1200m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
|2013 Champagne Classic result – Vo Heart at home in the mud|
The Darryl Hansen-trained Vo Heart produced a tough performance to score
a smart win in the $175,000 Group II Bollinger Champagne Classic (1200m) at Eagle
Farm on Saturday.
|Glenlogan Park Announce Service Fees|
THE GLENLOGAN PARK stallion roster is truly quite
With Qld breeder's biggest yearling event, the Magic Millions QTIS Sale, set to take off on the Gold Coast in just over two weeks' time it was fitting that one of the state's very best sires, Falvelon, reminded everyone of his wonderful stallion potency with a terrific performance last weekend.
|Hearts Love Affair - News From Glenlogan|
Some things are just meant to be together - strawberries and cream, rosemary and thyme, sugar and spice, and ….
|Another Winner for Star Mare|
was the star Australian filly of the 1996/1997 racing season and at age 19 she's
still producing winners.
|Winning Treble for Glenlogan Sires |
On the very first day
of the 2012 breeding season – Queensland's leading farm, Glenlogan Park, again
flexed their muscles in the Sunshine State with yet another Saturday city
winning treble delivered by their sires – just two weeks after achieving an
identical feat at Doomben.
|Determined Win for Dayita|
Starting the new season with a strong finishing win at Flemington on Saturday was the progressive Peter Moody trained mare Dayita, an $80,000 Inglis Classic purchase from the draft of Widden Stud.
|Smart Win for Dayita|
Saluting in the final event at Flemington on Saturday was the progressive Peter Moody trained filly Dayita, a $80,000 Inglis Classic purchase from the draft of Widden Stud.