Australian bred four year-old New Predator scored his second Black Type success when taking out the Group II Peermont Emperor’s Palace Charity Mile at Turffontein in South Africa on Saturday providing a great result for Three Bridges Thoroughbreds, who now own his dam.
Exciting Group I winning Fastnet Rock sire Your Song posted his first winner on Friday with a dominant victory for Bold Kingston, who was sold by Three Bridges.
Saluting at Canterbury for the David Payne stable on Wednesday was four year-old gelding Doc Holliday, a $180,000 Inglis Premier purchase for Nordic Breeding and Racing from the Three Bridges Thoroughbreds draft.
Leading Australian sire Sebring posted an impressive Hong Kong stakes-winner on Sunday at Sha Tin when the Premier Bowl HK Gr 2 was captured by exciting four year-old Lucky Bubbles, a $90,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Three Bridges Thoroughbreds draft.
An exciting program at Moonee Valley on Friday night kicked off with a scintillating victory for talented Starspangledbanner entire Mr Individual, a $240,000 Magic Millions purchase from the draft of Three Bridges Thoroughbreds.
Scoring stylishly at his first run for the new season in Hong Kong at Happy Valley on Wednesday evening was Sichuan Dar (former handy Australian galloper Affirmation) , a $50,000 Inglis Classic purchase from the Three Bridges draft for McEvoy Mitchell Racing.
When a young stallion covers a bigger book of mares in each of his three seasons at stud it's a hard fact that speaks for itself.
Saluting at Warwick Farm for the David Payne stable on Wednesday was four year-old gelding Doc Holliday, a $180,000 Inglis Premier purchase for Nordic Breeding and Racing from the Three Bridges Thoroughbreds draft.
A competitive three year-old fillies maiden at Canterbury on Wednesday was won by dashing grey Foxwedge filly A Mist Opportunity, a $440,000 Inglis Easter purchase for Astute Bloodstock from the draft of Three Bridges Thoroughbreds.
The final award presented at the 2016 TBA National Breeding Awards in the Hunter Valley on Saturday was the Aushorse Marketing Breeder of the best Australian-bred Exported Racehorse, which went to John and Margaret Thompson, breeders of multiple Group winner Rangipo (AUS).