A Frankel filly labelled by Shadwell’s Angus Gold as the ‘most precocious’ by her sire that he has seen had the honour of being the first Southern Hemisphere bred yearling by her sire to sell in Australia when fetching $610,000 at the Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale on Wednesday.
Leading Australian sire Sebring posted his first Hong Kong stakes-winner on Sunday at Sha Tin when the Sprint Cup HK Gr 2 was captured by exciting four year-old Lucky Bubbles, a $90,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Three Bridges Thoroughbreds draft.
Astute trainer Mark Kavanagh has enjoyed plenty of success with the progeny of Street Cry (IRE), who delivered him with an impressive winner at Sandown on Wednesday in the shape of Tessabelle.
Talented filly Labdien became the sixth Black Type performer for her young sire Stryker when finishing a brave second in the Group III MVRC Alexandra Stakes at Moonee Valley on Thursday night.
Scoring a dominant win in the Class One sprint at Sha Tin on Sunday was exciting Sebring four year-old Lucky Bubbles, a $90,000 Inglsi Premier purchase from the draft of Three Bridges Thoroughbreds.
Astute trainer Mark Kavanagh has enjoyed plenty of success with the progeny of Street Cry (IRE), who delivered him with an impressive winner at Sandown on Wednesday.
Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria have put together an amazing video and story about our Teofilo (IRE) colt from Serious Rock that sold for $340,000 at the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale.
Fresh from siring Rangipo to win the Group I New Zealand Derby last weekend, Stryker provided the juvenile winner at Kembla on Monday when Let’s Dream Big proved too good for the short priced favourite Taj Mahal.
The foundation sire at Three Bridges Thoroughbreds in Victoria, young Fastnet Rock stallion Stryker kicked a big goal on Saturday at Ellerslie when siring his very first Group I winner with his exciting three year-old Rangipo scoring a typically hard fought victory in the Group I New Zealand Derby.
A record breaking 2016 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale provided great results for the Victorian breeding industry with Three Bridges Thoroughbreds selling 19 horses across Session I and II for $2,046,500.