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Deep Impact's Vivlos bows out in style in Hong Kong Mile

Deep Impact's multiple Group 1 winning mare Vivlos ran her last race on Sunday, finishing second behind Hong Kong star Beauty Generation in the Gr.1 Longines Hong Kong Mile. Vivlos (picture......

Progressive Bostonian wants to fill those big shoes

A comprehensive first-up win in the Counties Bowl suggests Bostonian is in for a big summer. It was an omen of sorts when an aged equine gentleman named Mufhasa, a great crowd favourite of ......

Pentire 3YO's impress at Avondale

The late Pentire produced a couple of promising three-year-olds at Avondale today and both well worth following. Penteverest (pictured) had finished runner-up at his previous appearance and......

Rich Hill bred filly shows exciting staying promise...

Shocking filly Taming The Shrew stepped out in eye-catching fashion winning her race debut today at Rotorua, her finishing effort suggesting a big three-year-old season ahead. Taming The Shre......

Jimmy Choux on a roll...

  Last week's Karaka Ready to Run Sale saw five Jimmy Choux colts sell for $340,000, at an average of $68,000 and with a top price of $120,000. Respected judge Paul Beamish paid $120,000 t......

Seabrook's Proisir half-brother sure to command attention at 2019 Melbourne Premier

  Group 1 Champagne Stakes winner Seabrook (NZ) (Hinchinbrook) has been the poster child of the Melbourne Premier Sale over the past 12 months. Blueblood Thoroughbreds paid $85,000 for her in 20......

Jimmy Choux's Bostonian Back to Brilliant Best

  One of the best of last season's three-year-old crop showed he was back in no uncertain terms with a dashing victory in the Listed Haunui Farm Counties Bowl (1100m) at Pukekohe. Jimmy Chou......

Deep Impact World's Most Expensive Stallion in 2019

  Shadai Stallion Station have announced fees for 2019 with Sunday Silence's champion son Deep Impact heading the roster at a fee of 40million yen, which equates to $A490,496. A small number......

Jimmy Choux's Ironside breaks maiden status at Kranji

  First-season trainer Donna Logan may not be in town, but her staff headed by foreman Graeme Forbes did a great job to keep the home fires burning on the Kranji front with another winner - their......

Mare makes no fuss of wide run

  Hot Fuss was given no favours at Riccarton today, but the Rich Hill Stud graduate was still too good. From an outside gate she was wide all the way and held a strong gallop to beat her Rating ......
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