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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Mares continue on their winning way
22 October 2016

Bidii Babe (Not a Single Doubt x Arthur’s Lass) recorded her fourth win from her last five starts when crossing the line first at Eagle Farm today. While down at Riccarton, Aspen Lass (Alamosa x Tief) made it three wins from her last four starts thanks to a patient ride by Chris Johnson. You can see Bidii Babe’s wins on my YouTube channel if you're interested.

Super pinhook heading for next Caulfield Cup?
22 October 2018
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Co-trainer Amanda Turner has her sights on next year's Caulfield Cup with More to Gain (Sebring x Debutante) (pictured as a yearling) after the promising stayer came from second last to win at Randwick today. The horse looked super when I paid AU$36,000 for him at the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale two years ago and even better when he sold for NZ$340,000 months later. Last December the now four-year old failed to finish a race at Rosehill and subsequently underwent surgery to remove a small bone chip. But he looks to have come back better than ever.

Win good result for Queensland client
22 October 2016
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Hall of Fame (pictured as a yearling) brilliantly won a listed race at Riccarton today. I have nothing to do with the Savabeel colt, but I did buy the dam Around the Clock (Galileo) in foal to Deep Field. That $75,000 price tag is starting to look pretty good given Hall of Fame is now second favourite for the Two Thousand Guineas. Fingers crossed, Mary-Lee!

The next Hopfgarten?
24 September 2016

Trainer Rob Heathcote labeled Privlaka (Mossman x Endearment) a future star for his stable following the sprinter’s track record victory at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Privlaka was having its first start since failing in a Group 3 race during the winter carnival. Afterwards, Robbie told reporters: “He’s in the same mould as Hopfgarten and I think he’ll be better once gets up to 1400 metres. To win over 1000 metres in 57.9 shows he’s got that touch of class and it’s a nice bonus.” 

Bidii Babe first past the post again
24 September 2016
Bidii Babe

Bidii Babe (Not A Single Doubt x Arthur’s Lass) made it five starts for three wins with her impressive victory at Eagle Farm today. Trainer Robbie Heathcote has a big opinion of the four-year old mare and will now target the Magic Millions carnival in January. “She’s very good and I really do think she’s destined to be a stakes filly,” Heathcote said. “It was only a class three but she’s got a big future.”

Aspen Lass win 99 for Alamosa
3 September 2016

Aspen Lass (Alamosa x Tief) broke maiden ranks at start number four today, leaving her sire on 99 individual winners. The four-year old mare, bought for $25,000 at the 2014 Ready to Run sale, hasn’t had a lot of luck in her career to date, but I know connections were contemplating a start in the 1000 Guineas last season. Congratulations to Graeme and Leah on your first ever winner. Fingers crossed you have many more to come!

Two states, two winners today
10 August 2016

Congratulations to all winning connections today. In Doomben, Silento (Savabeel x Speechless) (above) overcame the front runners' bias to win over 1350m. The six-year old gelding has now won four of 12 starts. Meanwhile down south, Prima (Sir Percy x Azabella) won fresh up over 1800m at Sandown. Prima looked to be a real stayer in the making when twice placing behind Mongolian Khan in guineas races, but hasn’t really grown since. Maybe the five-year old has turned the corner with today’s win. Both horses were cheap buys – $12,000 and $10,000 respectively.

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