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Well named Quick Feet, the most expensive filly ever sired by ill-fated Northern Meteor, made a winning debut at Warwick Farm on Wednesday when she defeated a very competitive field of quality two year-old fillies. Prepared by Peter and Paul Snowden, Quick Feet was placed at her first two trials, but found another gear on […][ Read More ]
Up running fifth on the Australian General Sires List, Widden Stud’s flagship sire Sebring has had a flurry of recent winners with eight in the past seven days including two in Hong Kong. Among his winners have been smart mare Sebrina, who saluted at Rosehill, debut winning two year-old filly The Last Kiss, who scored […][ Read More ]
Purchased for $400,000 at the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale from the Ascot Farm draft was promising Star Witness three year-old Star Justice, who opened his account at the Sunshine Coast in Sunday. Prepared by Gillian Heinrich, Star Justice improved sharply on his unplaced debut last month to lead throughout and win the 1200 metre maiden […][ Read More ]
Darby Racing paid just $10,000 to secure Yankee Rose from the Widden Stud draft at the 2015 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale and have a rising star on their hands after the exciting filly kept her unbeaten record intact with a stylish win in the $150,000 Golden Gift at Rosehill on Saturday. The David Vandyke trained […][ Read More ]