Randwick’s Kensington track was the scene for a stable metropolitan double, with two Kiwis of the fairer sex laying the platform for exciting times ahead. Talented Satono Aladdin filly Koshu stamped herself as a filly for the future with a dominant debut

Jamie Kah mightn’t have been able to see where she was going but Diamil knew where the finishing line was at Eagle Farm on Saturday. In conditions more akin to his native Ireland, the Awtaad stallion was last in running

Sound of Cannons (IRE) finally rewarded connections with his first Australian win at Sandown on Wednesday over 2400m. After 999 days out of the winning circle, it was a dominant return to form, putting 2.25L on his opposition to book

Improving Shalaa colt Shalailed struck a well-deserved maiden victory at Canterbury Park on Wednesday. Facing the starter for the fourth time and having never finished out of the placings, he was aided by a superb Brenton Avdulla ride to be

Kirwan’s Lane put a home town Cup on the mantlepiece of our new Hawkesbury stable with a well-deserved victory in the Hawkesbury Gold Cup (Group 3) on Saturday. His maiden stakes success was the Charm Spirit (IRE) gelding’s ninth win

A wet track at Wyong proved no hindrance to the stable and William Pike as we notched up a race-to-race double with two progressive types. Awesome Wonder (IRE) kicked off the day as the regally-bred 3yo filly swamped the field

Our Hawkesbury base has proved its worth yet again with Duke of Gordon saluting the judge at Wyong last Thursday. Trained out of Glenn Haven at Clarendon, the Dissident gelding has enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere and was  rewarded with a

Promising staying conveyance Senza Dubbio put himself on a path to the Queensland Derby when breaking his maiden in dominant fashion at Newcastle on Saturday. The Not A Single Doubt gelding relished the step out in trip second up and