Scoring a well-deserved win at Pakenham on Thursday was the Robbie Griffiths trained three year-old Believing, a $140,000 Inglis Premier purchase for Griffiths Racing/ Peter Ford Thoroughbreds.
The smallest foal born at one of the most successful thoroughbred nurseries in Victoria has made the field for the 2016 MRC Blue Diamond Stakes and even more exciting for her lucky owners is that after the barrier draw this morning she’s in with a chance!.
Three Bridges Thoroughbreds based young sire Stryker is enjoying a flurry of success with five winners in five days after promising three year-old Welcome Stryker scored at Ballarat on Sunday.
A see-saw Group I BMW New Zealand Derby market took another twist on Saturday when a tenacious performance from progressive Stryker three year-old Rangipo saw him take over as the classic favourite.
Promising young Fastnet Rock sire Stryker was in the winner’s list at Moonee Valley on Friday night with the talented Chris Waller trained filly Labdien.
Stamping himself as a certain stakes-winner of the future at Moonee Valley on Friday night was lightly raced Sebring stallion Supido, a $190,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Three Bridges Thoroughbreds draft.
Stryker featured with a smart winner at Launceston in Tasmania on Wednesday evening with the Brendan McShane trained three year-old Union Boss scoring in the first race on the program.
Two year-old Stryker filly Miss Nymeria produced a great run on debut when not beaten far in the Group III MRC Blue Diamond Preview last month and showed improvement from that to snatch Black Type on Saturday at Caulfield when finishing third in the Group II MRC Blue Diamond Prelude.
New Zealand Derby contender Rangipo furthered his claim for Classic glory with a tenacious victory in the Group II Waikato Guineas at Te Rapa on Saturday.
The opening event at Flemington on Saturday over 1100 metres was won by lightly raced Sebring stallion Supido, a $190,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Three Bridges Thoroughbreds draft.