AUSTRALIAN Pacing Gold purchases enjoyed a high rate of success during the 2017/18 season.
From age-restricted events to open class majors, APG graduates were to the fore throughout Australasia.
Lead by Shez All Rock, APG stars captured an incredible 21 Group Ones for the term.
Making her debut at the beginning of the season, Shez All Rock became the southern hemisphere’s premier three-year-old filly by annexing four Group Ones.
An $11,000 Melbourne buy, Shez All Rock boasts an impeccable record of 10 wins and a second from 11 starts for earnings of $426,350.
Along with the top shelf wins, APG purchases secured 17 Group Twos.
Rising star mare Carlas Pixel was among the Group Two winners thanks to her victory in last month’s Breeders’ Crown Four-Year-Old Championship.
The Melton-based feature was an ideal compliment to her Group One Ladyship Mile triumph earlier in the year.
Bought for $20,000 via APG’s Melbourne Sale, Carlas Pixel has bankrolled $389,828 as a result of 18 wins and 16 placings from 51 starts.