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The weather was perhaps not kind to us, but we really enjoyed hosting about 60 of our owners at the stable on Saturday 2 September.
On Friday, Groovin’ scored her third career victory for connections, and second at the popular Bendigo racecourse
Sorenata was strong and brave in running second at Ladbrokes Park Sandown on Wednesday. Some say unluckily so.
We extend a warm welcome to all owners, family and friends to our Spring stable BBQ breakfast on Saturday 2 September.
At Ladbrokes Park (Sandown) on Wednesda, Pretty Mama again ran well and went close to winning. Read about her race, and our upcoming runners.
Since her return from good spell in early Autumn, Seorenata has shown more dash and strength with maturity, culminating in a second career victory at Bairnsdale.
The connections of Groovin’ certainly understand the definition of patience, and they were rewarded by their filly in winning her second race on Sunday at Bendigo.
Lady of Flanders improved each time she stepped out in a jump out and in her two races earlier this preparation, and was strong in winning at Sale on Thursday.
This week we ventured down to Fulmen Park to see our horses that are enjoying a good spell.
In Europe, Coolmore’s Excelebration is proving to be a sire of classy sprinter-milers. His first-crop statistics are equal to or better than leading Australian second-season sires FOXWEDGE and SO YOU THINK.
We have been following the progress of the older half-sister to our EXCELEBRATION colt out of MAGITA.
Our colt by Excelebration out of Magita is progressing well at the end of his education program. We visited him, and two other yearlings being educated by renowned horseman Tim Hughes.
What better way to share the excitement about the progeny of Excelebration, than sharing what we see on Twitter!
An additional $15.5m has been injected in next season’s Victorian prize money disbursements, taking the total prize money and bonuses above the $200m level for the first time.
Excelebration sired his first stakes-winner on Saturday at Newbury (UK), the first of many one suspects as his progeny mature into their three-year-old seasons.