Hot King Prawn Gets His Group 1

Entering Sunday’s G1 Centenary Sprint Cup at Sha Tin, the likeable Hot King Prawn (Aus) (Denman {Aus}) had won half of his 22 career starts and had been out of the top three on just four occasions. His record at Group 1 level left more to be desired, as he had been blanked from seven previous tries, but the John Size trainee righted that wrong with a convincing success Sunday.

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Yao Dash lets down impressively to win at the Gold Coast

That ability to change gears on cue and to do so with such meaning was the major contributing factor to Yao Dash being able to claim the third win of his career in the Magic Millions Rising Stars Three-Year-Old and Four-Year-Old Colts, Geldings & Entires Class 4 Plate.

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WOW Factor Filly Joins DYNAMIC TEAM as we Purchase Another Quality MM Yearling

Dynamic Syndication had to be patient, waiting until the final half-hour of Day 1 at the Magic Millions Yearling Sales to secure our second purchase of the sale, but the wait was worth it as the gavel fell on LOT 168, our target filly, at $170,000 + GST ensuring we had gained ownership of a simply stunning lass. Offered for sale by the astute thoroughbred nursery TWIN HILLS STUD at Cootamundra, owned by the Oliver Tait and family, our filly is from a female pedigree that the Tait’s have developed over generations.

Lonhro x Classic Vogue (NZ) Brown Filly: Like Father – Like Daughter

She looks more like WONDER WOMAN than a dainty PRINCESS, as our strong individual is by Champion Sire LONHRO ex CLASSIC VOGUE (NZ). It’s hard to believe this is a first foal of the mare, because she looks far bigger, stronger and masculine than most of the colts at the Magic Millions complex.

This filly certainly possesses the WOW FACTOR and has the Commercial Pedigree plus Genetics to match luscious looks.

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Lucky shoe for Rule The World

A horse being replated behind the gates is often the end of its chances in a race but Rule The World (Hallowed Crown) made light of that theory with his win in the Travis Stillman Handicap (1400m).

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Glory days: Hewitt laps up gelding’s success

Tennis legend Lleyton Hewitt was on hand at Caulfield to cheer his horse Evening Glory (Smart Missile) to victory in the Warren Moore Handicap (1200m).

Glory days: Hewitt laps up gelding’s success

Hewitt, a Wimbledon and dual US Open champion, part-owns Evening Glory along with fellow former Australian tennis professionals Sam Groth and Peter Luczak as well as star coach and television pundit Darren Cahill.

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2020 Breednet Favourite Foal Winner

Thankyou to everyone that voted for their favourite Breednet foal this year and a record response has produced an interesting winner owned by a legendary breeder in Sandy Tait.

2020 Favourite Foal - Frosted filly from Think Like a Fox.

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La Sante in push for autumn riches

Albury trainer Donna Scott regards four-time winner Oamanikka as her top seed for the 2021 Country Championships but all that could change if La Sante (Hallowed Crown) can stake his claim via the last race at Corowa on Monday.

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Green but good, Duke stars at Geelong

Duke Of Neworleans

Brown had partnered the Matt Laurie-trained Duke Of Neworleans in trackwork prior to his first race-day experience, where he proved a handful.

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Industry a Belieber in Digital, as Inglis cracks $50 million

Inglis Digital has concluded an astonishing year with the December Online Auction smashing the $50 million barrier for overall turnover in 2020 and recording the sixth consecutive top lot to make $200,000 or more.

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Belieber has star billing in December Online Sale

A horse that Gai Waterhouse considers “one of the most talented 3YOs racing in Sydney”, 3YO Belieber (Zoustar), heads an impressive line-up in the Inglis Digital December Online Auction, which is now open for bidding.


The progressive gelding is lightly-raced having had just four career starts, including a tough 4th on debut as a 2YO in the G3 Breeders’ Plate, despite racing wide and without cover, plus an impressive all-the-way victory at Wyong last month over 1100m, where he clocked 33.18 for the last 600m.

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