Three Bridges Thoroughbreds have confirmed service fees on their exciting young sire Unencumbered, whose first runners will be unleashed in the spring and on their proven Group I producing sire Stryker.
Brilliant Sebring sprinter Lucky Bubbles led home an Aussie bred trifecta in the Group I Chairman’s Sprint Prize at Sha Tin on Sunday.
Northland trainers Donna Logan and Chris Gibbs might double their hand for next month's Group I JJ Atkins Stakes in Brisbane if promising youngster Not Usual Trip can stay unbeaten at Te Rapa on Saturday.
Snitzel is closing on in his record of 30 two year-old winners which he set last year, adding a 28th two year-old winner to his tally for this season with Snitzepeg racing to a five length victory at Ballarat on Monday.
Nuggety two-year-old Not Usual Trip made the best possible start to his future racing career when he claimed victory on debut at Ellerslie on Saturday.
The first winner for leading first crop sire Your Song when he saluted back in November, talented two year-old gelding Bold Kingston resumed from a spell to score at Doomben on Saturday.
Leading Victorian stud Three Bridges Thoroughbreds was active as both a buyer and vendor at the top end of the market at the inaugural Inglis Chairman’s Sale on Friday evening.
Three Bridges Thoroughbreds foundation sire Stryker continued his strong results for the month of March when promising three year-old Greviste made it two wins from four starts when scoring at Sandown.
The promising John Moore trained three year-old Magic Legend kept his unbeaten Hong Kong record intact when posting his third straight win at Sha Tin on Sunday.
Riding on the back of encouraging results at Magic Millions on the Gold Coast and the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale, Three Bridges Thoroughbreds young gun Unencumbered finished as the leading first season sire at the Adelaide Magic Millions Yearling Sale Book One.