Three Bridges Thoroughbreds finished Book One and Two at the 2016 Magic Millions Yearling Sale having sold 10 yearlings for $1.7million and we congratulate all buyers on their purchases and wish them all the very best of luck in the future.
Long touted as a stakes horse of the future, promising Stryker gelding Rangipo delivered on his potential when winning the Group II Great Northern Guineas over 1600 metres at Ellerslie on New Year’s Day.
The pinhooking prowess of Three Bridges Thoroughbreds was seen to advantage at Happy Valley on Wednesday evening where speedy four year-old Diamond Master scored his second win.
Talented colt Baggio, the most expensive yearling from the first crop of his promising young sire Stryker, went on his winning way at Goulburn on Thursday when bolting clear to win by daylight.
Promising young Fastnet Rock sire Stryker was in the winner’s list at Warwick Farm on Wednesday with the lightly raced Chris Waller trained filly Labdien.
An impressive debut win at Moonee Valley on Saturday for two year-old colt Rampage was greeted with much delight by the team at Three Bridges Thoroughbreds as his dam Sleight of Hand is now a member of the Three Bridges broodmare band.
Three Bridges are taking a terrific draft of a dozen yearlings to the 2016 Magic Millions Yearling Sale on the Gold Coast with Lot 169 receiving a pedigree update from South Africa on Friday.
Exciting Hong Kong based Sebring four year-old Lucky Bubbles posted his fourth win from just seven starts when racing away to win the Class Two sprint over 1200 metres by two lengths at Sha Tin on Sunday.
It’s nice to break your maiden in a good race and that happened for promising Stryker gelding Metier when powering home to win the $100,000 VOBIS Gold Eureka Stockade at Ballarat on Saturday.
Promising Stryker three year-old Rangipo is building an impressive record in New Zealand, recording his third win from just six starts at Tauranga on Saturday.