Monthly Archives: August 2012

Qld Oaks winner back on track

John Sargent & Damian Browne with Quintessential’s Queensland Oaks trophy. The trainer & jockey got together again today at Hawkesbury in NSW for Quintessential’s first trial since a spell. Today was a very important day for the Queensland Oaks winner, … Continue reading

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Mufhasa’s half-sister produces Makfi filly

Keepa Cheval, a Keeper half-sister to the 9 time Group One winner Mufhasa, has produced her first foal over night, a filly by Makfi. The filly was born at Casey & Michelle’s Bradbury Park, Matamata. “She’s a great filly – … Continue reading

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First foal for Pennacchio

Pennacchio, who will be remembered for winning a pair of Listed Races during the 2010 Brisbane Winter Carnival, has produced her first foal, a colt by High Chaparral. Pennacchio won both the BRC Myer Spear Chief Handicap-LR (1500m) and Tatt’s … Continue reading

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NZ’s best looking stallion?

I often get asked, particularly by breeders outside of the Waikato & Auckland regions,  which is New Zealand’s best looking stallion? I haven’t seen them all and am looking forward to seeing Cape Blanco & Dalghar in the near future, … Continue reading

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Gr.2 winner Alagant Satin produces first foal

Alagant Satin produced her first foal last night, a colt by High Chaparral. The colt was born at Gordon Cunningham’s Curraghmore Stud. Alagant Satin (Al Akbar ex Glowing Satin, by Noble Bijou) won five races including the Group 2 Eight … Continue reading

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First Challenge runner second at Te Teko Trials

I’ve just returned from the Te Teko Trials where Challenge Racehorse Syndications’ first very runner, Fascination Street, did us proud with an encouraging second placing The filly stepped out in the third heat, a juvenile trial over 600m.  She jumped … Continue reading

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