Jamaea is jumping out of her skin in readiness for the Golden Rose following an impressive exhibition gallop at Kembla Grange on Thursday.
Supporting All American has paid dividends for Jade Fletcher and Rod Russell with four winners from his first crop at Geisel Park.
Westbury Park stallion My Admiration added a double to his winner-count during the Belmont season with He’s A Lucky Lad and Jaguar Grey on Wednesday.
David Vandyke is a past-master conditioning the All Too Hard breed having prepared Alligator Blood to a Group 1 victory in the 2020 Australian Guineas at Flemington.
Class told when Tellem We’re Comin won the LR Farnley Stakes (1400m) with a well-timed finish at Belmont.
Former Vinery shuttler More Than Ready (USA) broke a six-month hiatus with unbeaten filly Koala Princess in the $500,000 Ainsworth Stakes (LR, 1300m) at Kentucky Downs on Sunday.
Not for the last time this year, Yarradale Stud sire Gingerbread Man weighed in with another city-winning double on Saturday.
Press Statement’s positive start to the season can go to another level during the Sydney spring carnival with his promising last-start winners Toomuchtobear and Notions.
Star Turn has turned up the heat on the Australian second-season winners and wins premierships with doubles on Saturday and Sunday.
Bellbridge Park’s Michael and Siobhan Campbell unveiled a black-type prospect on Wednesday when Bitofmerit scored a resounding victory at Belmont.
Luke Fernie is building a strong team for his second season based in Perth and he laid the platform when stablemates Iseered Iseered and Spin The Knife filled out the daily-double at Belmont last Saturday.
General Grant is progressing in some style for a horse twelve months away from reaching his full potential.
Lynward Park-bred mare Fituese is a frontline candidate for the $2million The Invitation (1400m) at Randwick on October 23.
Hong Kong sprinter Decisive Twelve was a decisive winner for All Too Hard when the Happy Valley season opened on Wednesday.
Anthony Cummings is taking it step-by-step towards the spring carnival with his promising 3yo Tristate.
Yarradale Stud’s Adelaide connection has come up trumps with a readymade replacement for its talented mare Icecrusher.
Trade Fair (GB) added another city double to his impressive strike-rate on Saturday with short-priced winners Sassy Trader and Trix Of The Trade.
Jamaea has several spring options at Group 1 level in the wake of her stunning last-to-first victory in Furious Stakes (Gr.2, 1200m) at Randwick.
Trainers like Karen Buchanan have embraced the new Midway racing concept and so has Vinery sire Casino Prince.
Even by its own high standards, Oakland Park has raised the bar in both Melbourne and Perth this week.
Supreme Heights can get her spring preparation off to the best possible start in the G2 Foxbridge Plate (1200m) at Te Rapa on Saturday.
Westriver Miracle can maintain All American’s bright start to the season when he returns from a spell for Fred Kersley.
After dominant Cup carnivals in Broome and the North-West, Blackfriars can kick-start the Goldfields Round with a dozen runners engaged in Kalgoorlie this Sunday.
Peters Investments has dominated the 2020-21 WAROA Racehorse of the Year ceremony with awards in four categories.
Yarradale Stud celebrated a great start to the season when its stallions Gingerbread Man, Bradbury’s Luck and War Chant (USA) were all respresented by a winner at Belmont on Wednesday
Star Turn sired his fourth winner this week when Starsongari waved goodbye to maiden ranks at Gawler on Wednesday.
King Of Athens (USA) is the latest addition to the WA sire ranks at St Jude Farm in Serpentine.
Taree trainer Grant Jobson was walking on air after Imatruestar spaced older rivals at Grafton on Monday.
Behemoth capped an unforgettable Saturday after being crowned South Australian 2021 Horse of the Year at Morphettville
Belmont’s midweek meeting last Wednesday unearthed three promising types led by a black-type filly in waiting for Durrant Racing.
All Too Hard is the new No.1 on the Australian sires’ premiership after landing the first Group 1 blow of the season with Behemoth at Caulfield.
The Taylor family have been counting their blessings with Universal Ruler in the foaling barn and at Belmont Park.
All Too Hard has made a sensational start to the new season and it’s about to go top-shelf with his Group 1 gallopers Alligator Blood and Behemoth.
Port Kennedy trainer Stephen Miller believes his well-named Belmont winner General Grant can develop into a solid stayer this season.
Tristate served notice he’s on the cusp of an exciting spring campaign with a resounding first-up win at Randwick on Wednesday.