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Exciting young sire Star Witness posted an impressive debut winner at Swan Hill on Monday for the powerful Darren Weir stable. Stellar Collision enjoyed a cosy run from barrier one and when steered into clear ground in the straight by Brad Rawiller produced a slick turn of foot to bound clear and win the 975 [...][ Read More ]
Progressive Sebring filly Seeking Asylum has scarcely put a foot wrong since her debut win at Bathurst on June 9, with a tenacious win at Canterbury on Saturday justifying the decision of connections to pay her first acceptance for the $1million Group I ATC Golden Rose on September 12. A $100,000 Inglis Premier purchase from [...][ Read More ]
Nicconi has really started to hit his straps since the start of this year and posted his 50th winner for the season when House of Nicole saluted at Cessnock on Monday. A three year-old filly prepared by Rick Worthington, House of Nicole had been placed six times previously and broke through to win by half [...][ Read More ]
Juvenile maiden events at Cranbourne on Sunday both went the way of Widden Stud sired youngsters with Stratum colt Chase the Horizon taking the opening event and Nicconi filly Niccorama following up to win the second race. The Peter Moody trained Chase the Horizon was having his second start following a handy third on debut [...][ Read More ]