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Just a week after Sebring’s champion son Criterion took out the Group I ATC Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Randwick, it was the turn of his other champion son Dissident, who ended his racing career with a typically courageous win in the Group I ATC All Aged Stakes. Sporting the colours of China Horse Club, he [...][ Read More ]
Exciting young stallion Star Witness posted a Black Type quinella in the Listed SAJC Dequetteville Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday with his two talented daughters Pearl Star and Typhoon Witness forging clear to fight out the finish. Stakes-placed at the same venue back in February in the Listed SAJC Cinderella Stakes, the Matt Laurie trained [...][ Read More ]
Just a day after his top class son Criterion captured the Group I ATC Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Randwick over 2000 metres as a four year-old, his sire Sebring showed his versatility when producing a brilliant debut juvenile winner at Sha Tin in Hong Kong. The Ricky Yiu trained gelding Happy Chappy jumped fast for [...][ Read More ]
The star three year-old of last year’s Sydney Autumn Carnival when capturing the Group I ATC Rosehill Guineas and Australian Derby, Sebring entire Criterion stamped himself as the best horse of this year’s carnival with an emphatic victory over perennial bridesmaid Red Cadeaux in the Group I ATC Queen Elizabeth Stakes. The scratching of pre-race [...][ Read More ]