Headwater sired the first-leg of a rapid-fire international double when High Pressure won a support race at the Group 1 Winterbottom Stakes meeting in Perth on Saturday.
Cranbourne trainer John Moloney has supported All Too Hard from his early days at stud prepping the winners of 14 races by the Vinery sire going back to Imperial Lad’s 3yo maiden at his home track in November 2019.
Snippetson mare Forever Dreaming had been placed five times this season for trainer Colin Webster before winning Heat 3 of the Westspeed Platinum Series (1400m) at Ascot on Saturday.
Breeding and selling racehorses had always been a hobby for the O’Bree family until they made a momentous decision to go commercial in 2020.
Darling View’s Brent Atwell was still floating on air a day after Playing God sired a dream double at Ascot.
Not the for the first time, the Goldfields race round supplied two feature winners at the Ascot carnival when Be Optimistic (Blackfriars) and Let’s Galahavant (Galah) were successful on Saturday.
Premiership-winning Perth trainers Grant and Alana Williams had to settle for second prize with their Star Turn mare Alsephina in the Group 1 Railway Stakes (1600m) at Ascot on Saturday but there was a consolation with her Star Turn stablemate Starry Heights.
Forest View Farm owners Ben and Jo Duncan aren’t the only ones living the dream with outstanding filly Super Smink ahead of the G2 WA Guineas (1600m) at Ascot on Saturday.
Vinery Stud sires Star Turn and All Too Hard have topped the leaderboard during two sessions of unprecedented trade at the NZB Ready To Run Sale.
The winning strike-rates of Vinery Stud sires Star Turn (73%) and All Too Hard (69%) are among the best in the business and their stats for November continued to improve in Brisbane and Sydney on Wednesday.
Trespassing gatecrashed the TABtouch Maiden (1200m) at Ascot last Wednesday and it looks like he will be right at home in Saturday company.
Former Mungrup Stud stallion Red Hot Choice was back in the frame when his multiple Stakes winner Hot Zed struck again in the G3 Colonel Reeves Stakes (1100m) at Ascot on Saturday.
Playing God has increased his lead on the WA sires’ premiership with a half-dozen winners in the last week and the icing on the cake came with a 15th Stakes winner at Ascot.
Kalgoorlie galloper Baalbek can keep winning in town even though he been up awhile for Goldfields trainer Peter Fernie.