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  • Plenty of Gold to go around

    Plenty of Gold to go around

    February 12, 2020

    FULLY-SUSTAINED graduates from Australian Pacing Gold’s 2020 yearling sales will have the opportunity to win a slice of more than $2.4million during their two, three and four-year-old seasons. Better still, with the new state-based format, New South Wales and Victoria will hold Group One Gold Bullion Finals for two-year-olds and... Read more
    Bathurst double for Yirribee

    Bathurst double for Yirribee

    February 11, 2020

    YIRRIBEE Pacing Stud had a red-letter day at Bathurst on Sunday when they bred a pair of three-year-old winners in Pat McGarry (by Million Dollar Cam) and Lutzys Dream (by Caribbean Blaster). Pat McGarry, who posted a career-best 1:56.7, won his third race from only seven starts. Yirribee Stud... Read more
    APG bonus prizemoney for NSW-bred yearlings
    YOU could be ‘in the money’ just by purchasing a yearling at the 2020 Sydney Australian Pacing Gold Sales. That’s because harness racing’s number one club, Club Menangle is providing $50,000 in bonuses for yearlings bought at this year’s sale. A $25,000 bonus will be available for the highest-finishing... Read more
    New blood for ‘The Blaster’
    RESIDENT stallion Caribbean Blaster led in two ‘new’ winners in NSW over the weekend. Lutzys Dream, a three-year-old gelding bred by Yirribee Pacing Stud, won in 1:59.3 at Bathurst, while the four-year-old Flame Blaster won for the first time at Broken Hill. Caribbean Blaster has sired 27 winners from... Read more
    Cup winner by Muscle Hill

    Cup winner by Muscle Hill

    January 22, 2020

    THE brilliant win of Dance Craze in the Group 2 $30,000 E. B. Cochran Cup at Ballarat was the highlight of a host of winners by Muscle Hill in the holiday racing. Dance Craze, who survived a torrid passage, sent her stake earnings over the $400,000 mark.  It was... Read more
    Winners all around the world

    Winners all around the world

    January 13, 2020

    CHANGEOVER, the former Kiwi superstar and now flagship sire at Burwood Stud in Queensland, left winners in three countries last week. Heading the vanguard was the talented New Zealand bred gelding Convert Denario, which outsprinted his rivals to notch his 13th success at Gloucester Park, rating 1:53.7 for 1730... Read more
    Shartin named US Mare of the Year
    TINTIN In America’s champion daughter Shartin was an almost unanimous choice for the 2019 Older Female Pacer of the Year award in North America. The six-year-old earned a whopping $982,177 from 15 wins and three seconds in 189 starts and took a mile mark of 1:46.8 at The Meadowlands.... Read more
    Superstar’s niece in Sydney APG Sale
    IN CASE you’ve been in a cave, or a coma, it’s Miracle Mile week. Australasia’s premier sprint, the Miracle Mile is that one race each year which manages to deliver plenty to talk about, whether related to controversy or straight out discussions on the likely winner. Once again the... Read more
    HBNSW MEMBER – MELISSA HAWKE
    GIRL WITH ATTITUDE, a top race mare that won in excess of $120,000, had gone on to become a broodmare.  During her breeding years she produced five foals, and of those three have been winners.  Sadly her broodmare career was cut short when she was bitten by a snake... Read more
    Breeding barn on the back burner
    GIVEN her form, and promise of things to come, plans with My Littledreamgirl are likely to change. Purchased due to her bloodline, My Littledreamgirl’s future was destined to be fulfilled in the breeding barn according to trainer Trevor White. “My sister Marlene only bought her to breed from,” White... Read more
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