et again this time around, Getemhel won impressively first up after a lengthy spell – some of which was forced upon her due to a couple of niggling complaints
Since her return to racing in May, Fastbrook has gradually increased in fitness after some really nice jump outs at Flemington. Once rain arrived and she found herself on a softer racing surface, she has shown her true form culminating in a slashing victory at Cranbourne on Thursday 5 July.
We are proud to celebrate the win of MAGNUS RUFUS at Sale on Sunday, yet another winning product bred by Ross Wilkinson and Sandra Lawrence.
Shares have been selling quickly in this yearling filly – a 3/4 sister to a Group winner and grand daughter of high class Group 1 race filly DANGLISSA. Last few shares available.
It was a very satisfying result with Indrabeel winning the My Punter.com Maiden at Cranbourne on Friday night.
Last Spring, Groovin’ was tested a little more in strong BM70 and BM78 races following her third win at Bendigo in September. This preparation, she has improved further and deservedly won her fourth race and first in town, and Sandown Ladbrokes Park.
In a similar pattern to her last preparation, Sorenata produced an excellent performance second-up after a decent spell to win her third race and take her earnings to almost $60,000.
Delighted to now offer shares in this filly by Australian Guineas winner WANDJINA. She is a three-quarter-sister to dual Group winner SWEET REDEMPTION. Shares available. No markup. No management fees.
Rounding the home corner, Naivasha lengthened stride beautifully rounding the field to hit the front a long way from home. And she simply kept going!
Again at Sportsbet-Ballarat, Distant Sky stepped out in the Porter Plan BM64 1200m event and was impressive in winning his third race.
Pretty Mama’s win at bet365 Park Kyneton was a convincing one, with the daughter of Pentire showing a clear liking for the extra distance of the 1850m Miranda Park Stud Maiden.
Stepping up to 1950m after two runs at 1600m and her strong closing second placing over 1850m at Kyneton four weeks early, Christie started a warm favourite at Yarra Valley and duly saluted for connections.