Promising young sire Nicconi has been churning out the winners in recent weeks and cracked it for his first stakes-winner on Friday night at Moonee Valley with the Group II MVRC Alister Clark Stakes.
The 2015 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale provided much success for the team at Three Bridges Thoroughbreds with our 11 yearlings selling in Session I generating $1,338,000 in turnover at an average $121,636 which had us finish sixth of the Victorian based vendors at this sale by both average (three or more sold) and aggregate.
The foundation sire for progressive Victorian nursery Three Bridges Thoroughbreds, young Fastnet Rock stallion Stryker posted his first Melbourne metropolitan winner when talented filly Andrioli beat the colts to win at Sandown on Wednesday.
The Gawler meeting on Wednesday provided a Breednet ‘One to Watch’ when Tony McEvoy produced an interesting debut winner by champion sire Redoute’s Choice.
Blue-blooded young Fastnet Rock stallion Stryker has already sired a string of promising place-getters, but broke the ice with his first winner at Ascot in Perth on Wednesday when Sonesta scored an all the way win.
The juvenile maiden at Ballarat on Sunday was won in impressive style by I Am Invincible filly Ramlah, an $85,000 Inglis Easter Session II purchase from the Three Bridges Thoroughbreds draft.
Three Bridges Thoroughbreds enjoyed sensational success at the 2015 Magic Millions Yearling Sale as did so many vendors in a market that was red hot with our highlight coming during the Saturday night session when our Snitzel colt from Song of the Sun sold for $675,000.
The pinhooking prowess of Three Bridges Thoroughbreds was seen to advantage at Sha Tin on Sunday where promising Not a Single Doubt three year-old Diamond Master opened his account with a stylish victory.
Competitive in many of the best Group I staying fillies races last season, promising Not a Single Doubt mare Every Faith made a return to the winner’s circle at Moonee Valley on Saturday with a dominant victory.
Promising Aussie bred three year-old Karraar made it two wins from three starts when scoring easily at Vaal in South Africa on Thursday, providing an interesting update for his dam, who is now owned by Three Bridges Thoroughbreds.