Past winners

$300,000 in stakes
NZ$30,000 yearling
Amelia's Dream
Group 2 winner
AU$250,000 yearling
Aspen Lass
Listed winner
NZ$25,000 R2R
4 x Group 1 placings
AU$20,000 yearling
Bidii Babe
Listed winner
AU$150,000 yearling
Black Minx
Dual Listed winner
AU$260,000 yearling
7 x Group 1 winner
AU$22,000 yearling
Group 3 winner
AU$10,000 yearling

Chill Party
Group 2 winner
AU$30,000 weanling

Choice Bro
Group 1 winner
AU$40,000 yearling

Classic Marco
Group 1 winner
AU$8,000 yearling
$790,000 in stakes
AU$105,000 yearling
Group 2 winner
NZ$64,000 yearling

Hidden Kisses
$548,000 in stakes
AU$25,000 yearling

Group 3 winner
AU$26,000 yearling

Imposing Lass
Group 3 winner
NZ$120,000 yearling

Kaapstad Way
6 x Group 1 placings
NZ$50,000 yearling
Kaiser Franz
Group 3 winner
NZ$65,000 yearling
Kirra Sand
Group 3 winner
NZ$18,000 weanling
Group 3 winner
AU$8,000 yearling
Group 1 winner
AU$10,000 weanling
Group 2 winner
NZ$1,750 yearling
Mongolian Khan
3 x Group 1 winner
AU$9,000 weanling
Listed winner
AU$12,000 weanling
Group 3 winner
AU$47,500 weanling
Our Lucas
5 x Listed winner
NZ$20,000 yearling
Pacific Dancer
Dual Group 3 winner
NZ$19,000 weanling
Dual Group 1 placed
NZ$10,000 yearling

Group 1 winner

Sir Andrew
Group 2 winner
NZ$56,000 weanling
Dual Group 1 winner
NZ$10,000 weanling
Sound the Alarm
Group 1 winner
AU$3,750 weanling
Group 3 winner
AU$12,000 weanling

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Group I and II for Robbie!
14 October 2012

What a day for Robbie Heathcote on Saturday, first taking out the Schillaci Stakes with Buffering then the Toorak with Solzhenitsyn. He will now press on to the Waterford Crystal Mile before tackling the Emirates Mile on the final day of the Flemington carnival. After the race Robbie told journalists, "Solzhenitsyn came to me in great order from Richard Otto, who knew it had a lot of potential. The first day I started him he came from last to run fourth, and I said to the boys this is a horse who will be on the front pages of the papers someday. Paul is my primary bloodstock agent, most of the success I have had in my career can be attributed to the horses Paul buys." Thanks for the plug mate!

Cum Dividend on way to city class
29 August 2012

Cum Dividend (Show a Heart x Hello Crystal) continued on his winning way yesterday with another gritty performance at Seymour. The $14,000 yearling purchase, in the stable of Shaun Dwyer, has now won or been placed in five of his eight starts and looks likely to go through to city class.

Promising stayers find form
23 August 2012

Two promising staying prospects won in Australia on the weekend. Brilliant Dragon (Hidden Dragon x Lady Brilliant), trained by Robbie Heathcote, won by more than four lengths in his first start past 1600m. While Captain Stipo (King’s Chapel x Bella Veloce) won over a mile at his fourth start for Shaun Dwyer. Brilliant Dragon was a $42,500 yearling purchase. I paid $40,000 for the other horse at the Ready to Run sale.

Hidden Kisses great advertisement for QTIS
6 August 2012

Five-year old mare Hidden Kisses (Hidden Dragon x Kiss an Angel) continued on her winning way at Brisbane yesterday. Now the winner of six races and more the $360,000, she is a great advertisement for the Queensland bonus scheme (QTIS) which accounts for more than half of her prize money. I bought Hidden Kisses for $25,000 as a yearling. She will have her next run in a fortnight, at Doomben.

Better going paves way for form reversal
21 July 2012
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Trapiche (Sandtrap x Corniche) showed sharp improvement on better going to win the feature sprint at Whangarei on Saturday. Running out the race in 1.12 on a dead 4, he has now won or placed in over half his starts. Look for the gelding, a $25,000 purchase at the sales, to back up at Te Rapa this weekend.

Ourforeignminister game winner Te Awamutu Cup
6 July 2012

Wet track specialist Ourforeignminister (Dubai Destination x Secret Revenue) was a game all the way winner of the Te Awamutu Cup on Saturday. The 5yo Australian-bred gelding has now won seven of 26 starts in the care of Richard Otto. I liked this horse so much I bought him twice – once as a weanling for $47,500 then as a yearling for $100,000! His biggest win has been the Merial Metric Mile – surprisingly – on a dead 4 at Awapuni. 

Keep an eye on Gok when he resumes in the spring
27 June 2012

It may have only been a maiden win at Te Teko but Gok (Shinko King x Pink Melody) showed he has all the makings of a very promising galloper. Ridden by James McDonald, Gok missed the start but steadily made ground through the field to win by two lengths. I bought this 3yo for $21,000 as a weanling. He will now be turned out for the rest of the winter. 

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