|Scone Bargain Wins Stakes|
Purchased for just $36,000 from the Middlebrook Valley Lodge draft at the 2012 Inglis Scone Yearling Sale, promising two year-old filly The Huntress made it two wins in as many starts when taking out the Listed MRC Catanach's Jewellers Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday.
|First Win for Record Priced Husson|
The most expensive yearling by her young sire Husson (Arg), talented filly Go Again kicked off her racing career with a brilliant first up win at Sandown on Wednesday.
|Hayes loses Group I-winning sprinter|
A track accident has forced the David Hayes stable to euthanize
Group I-winning sprinter Eagle Falls.
|Glorious Days Triumphs |
Karaka graduate Glorious Days produced a career best performance last night to beat a star-studded field in the first leg of Hong Kong's Triple Crown – the HK$8 million HK-1 Stewards' Cup (1600m) – at Sha Tin.
|Hayes - Falls ready to rise in Magic Millions Sprint|
Victorian trainer David Hayes has no doubt Group I winner Eagle Falls can record his first win in 11 months in Saturday's Magic Millions Sprint (1000m) at the Gold Coast.
|Third Stakes Winner for Husson|
A productive day for Hussonet (USA) stallion Husson (ARG) who opened the Canterbury program with the impressive Patinack Farm homebred Ferment before going one better later in the day by siring the GIII BRC Vo Rogue Plate (1350m) winner Lucky Hussler at Doomben.
|Fleming cites Iron Mike in Hussler's Gold Edition bid|
Promising Queensland galloper Lucky Hussler must win or
place in Saturday's Listed Gold Edition Plate (1200m) at Eagle Farm to cement
the proposed plans of his trainer Kent Fleming.
|Glorious Days for Ready to Run|
NZB's Ready to Run Sale of 2YOs – which begins tomorrow at 11am – is in red-hot form celebrating a third stakes winner in nine days last night with the hugely exciting Hong Kong galloperGlorious Dayswinning the Group 2 Jockey Club Mile at Sha Tin.
|Hussonet's Tatra Claims Sandown Guineas in a Thriller|
Stud's homebred Tatra held the challenge of the fast finishing Lunar
Rise and his stablemate Proverb in a thrilling renewal of Saturday's $350,000
Group 2 Sandown Guineas (1600m) .
|2012 Sandown Guineas result- It's Snowden again|
Smart three-year-old Tatra gave Darley trainer Peter Snowden his third Sandown
Guineas (1600m) success in five years when he lasted to win Saturday's 2012
edition of the $350,000 event.