Thanks to racing.com for this article about the promising Mr Scorefield.
You can click here or the image below to watch our video on Dreams And Schemes.
In his first racing preparation, Dreams And Schemes was unplaced five starts through the later part of 2019. After giving him the time he needed to grow, mature and develop, his second preparation has been an entirely different story.
We have thrilled to introduce you to Mark, our foreman who has been with us for a few months. Mark has immense experience both in his home country in Ireland, and also in Australia having worked with Lloyd Williams and Darren Weir.
We were really pleased to get the fourth career win for Danaba today at Echuca.
We are excited to share some of the variety we have been adding into our training programs for some of our horses.
In sad news, we learned this week that our former top race mare Let’s Make Adeal passed away recently.
Emerald Crown was brilliant in winning at Ballarat today in what should be another confidence boosting win. From here she can continue to head towards bigger and better races.
We were thrilled to continue a fruitful preparation with Pure Exceleration at our home track Ballarat today.
It made for a great Sunday taking Dreams And Schemes to Kyneton and see him put together back to back wins.
The thoroughbred season always brings with it plenty of excitement as new foals hit the ground running.
It was great to see some updates from John & Diane Clark with the birth of two foals recently out of mares trained by Blackiston Racing.
At the second start of his second preparation, Dreams And Schemes won nicely at Kyneton today.
Donning Ross Wilkinson’s black, white and red colours, he became another in a long line of winners in his family. All have been bred by Ross with his late wife Sandra, and trained by Blackiston Racing with great pleasure.