Champion Australian 3yo Sprinter & Northern Meteor’s Greatest Son. First crop yearlings in 2017
Champion Australian 3yo & Snitzel’s Greatest Son. First crop yearlings in 2017
Foaled, raised or sold by Widden Stud, our record for producing superior athletes is second to none.
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The Widden Whinnies is now online. Widden Stud and Inglis are sharing their 150 year milestone in 2017. “We couldn’t be more excited with the group we have assembled for Easter this year. As participants in the inaugural William Inglis sale in 1867, we’re thrilled to celebrate together with Inglis our 150th year in 2017,” […][ Read More ]
The strength of the She Will Reign form was highlighted at the Kembla meeting run at Goulburn on Thursday when classy Sebring filly Serena Bay resumed from a spell to score a dominant win, a timely update for her full sister headed to Inglis Easter for Edinburgh Park. Prepared by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, […][ Read More ]
Last seen chasing Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign home in the $500,000 Inglis Nursery back in December, Sebring filly Sheikha was a hot favourite at Warwick Farm on Wednesday and duly saluted. Spelled after finishing eighth in the Inglis Nursery, the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott trained Sheikha was well tuned with two recent […][ Read More ]
Exciting young sire Your Song added two new winners to his burgeoning tally on Saturday with victories at Morphettville and the Gold Coast for Split Lip and Miss Exfactor. The Will Clarken trained filly Split Lip was placed at her first two runs in December and January before going for a short break. She returned […][ Read More ]