|Mister John Headed for More Wins|
Dr John Burke has been a successful owner-breeder since the 1970s and there's more black-type victories ahead with his promising three year-old Mister John.
|Group I targets for Cummings filly|
Anthony Cummings stable are eyeing off Group I fillies races for Soapbox after
the two-year-old proved a class above her rivals in the $49 Gosford Memberships
Handicap (1000m) at the Australian Turf Club Gosford meeting on Wednesday.
|Strada Switch to Riverdene|
Riverdene Stud is to resume its previously successful role of offering broodmare owners the services of quality stallions and will be the home of Strada in season 2012.
|Inglis Race Bonus Won at Swan Hill|
willing to travel gallopers for the chance of Inglis Race Series riches were
rewarded again on Friday, with Caulfield trained two-year-old Under The Leanertaking home a $50,000 Inglis Race Series Bonus for victory in the Elvstroem
Classic (1300m) at Swan Hill.
|Country mare with solid formlines set to shake Randwick|
A mare with a 50 percent win strikerate that boasts a half-length second to
Streama is making her way to Sydney for Saturday's Randwick Guineas meeting.
|New Stakes-Winner for Strada|
Promising young sire Strada posted a new stakes-winner Macau at the weekend with three year-old gelding Lucky and Wealthy taking out the Lisboa Juvenile at Taipa.
|Stable making Formidable Blue Diamond challenge|
The Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra stable will pay a late entry fee to run Formidable in Saturday's Group I Blue Diamond Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield.
|Strada Filly Upsets Favourite|
Strada filly Formidable dented the reputation of well bred colt If I Could,
when she led throughout to beat the hot favourite in the open juvenile event at
Flemington on Saturday.
|Filly provides formidable shock at Flemington|
None of Formidable's connections expected to see the display of sustained speed the two-year-old filly produced to claim Saturday's Better Beyond Plate (1000m) at Flemington.
|Zahra - 2YO fireworks unlikely at Flemington|
Co-trainer Simon Zahra has warned punters not to expect more two-year-old fireworks from the stable in Saturday's Better Beyond Plate (1000m) at Flemington.