The conditions were again perfect for Diaquin to produce her career-best performance at Ladbrokes Park on Wednesday.
We are now seeking an experienced Stablehand to join our team at Ballarat.
Talented mare Under My Spell produces a track record at Sportsbet-Ballarat for Brendan and Jo Lindsay at the Cambridge Stud racing team.
Madame Solario scored an impressive win at Sportsbet-Ballarat on Friday 6 August, comfortably rounding up the bulk of the field in the straight and running away for a two-length win.
With a bit of pace in the race, combined with the conditions and an in form rider (Alana Kelly), Diaquin won comfortably by coming off the pace rounding the home turn and easily getting through the soft ground in the straight.
This short story starts on Monday 26 April at Ballarat, the day Nigel came a cropper, shall we say. Luckily, the story ends with a double at Sportsbet-Ballarat on June 10th to give Nigel and Susanna, all the hard-working stable staff and of course numerous owners, just the tonic following a difficult few weeks.
The stable maintained our strong strike rate on the Sportsbet-Ballarat Synthetic surface with two more wins on Thursday 10 June. Both Kirakat and Under My Spell performed well in the wintery conditions to please their owners, and please a bruised and battered trainer.
One of the four yearlings purchased at the 2019 Inglis Gold sale was a lovely filly by US stallion The Factor, out of a three-quarter-sister to Derby winner Arena. Our filly, now named Northern Bliss, scored her first win at Warracknabeal in the state’s north-west.
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Horses don’t know their odds, and Sheeza Tilly certainly didn’t race like the $81 chance the market rated her at Echuca today. It was pleasing to see her win, and win well. It’s a great result for the McFarlanes, Mark and Michelle, who bred and race the filly. She certainly appreciated the dry track at […]
It was great to take Inkerman Road to Cranbourne on Friday night and get his maiden won.
We were also saddened to hear the news of the passing of Shane Pattison, a highly respected farrier we’ve known for many years.
Wearing our stable colours, Translator showed great tenacity to knuckle down and win at Sandown today, his first this preparation.