Zoukerino Zooms Through Mud

Zoukerino stamped himself as a colt to watch in the early part of the spring with a dominant debut victory on the Kensington track at Randwick yesterday. Stepping out on a Heavy 10 track and having drawn wide on the

Waihaha Wows Winter Crowd

Waihaha Falls continued on his winning ways second up at Randwick on Saturday, recording his second emphatic victory from as many starts this preparation. Up in grade to a Benchmark 88 but down in the weights, the son of Sacred

Hugh Raises Hell at Canterbury

Hell I Am returned to the races at Canterbury two things: a winner and a gelding. The son of Yarraman Park Stud’s Hellbent had shown considerable promise during his early campaigns, however had been let down by his mental capacity

Le Gai Soleil Shines Under Lights

The ownership group of Le Gai Soleil were happy as Larry on Saturday night after the home-bred mare secured her first black type victory under the urgings of the evergreen L V Cassidy. Having been freshened through the autumn, the daughter of

Lady Harlem Lays It Down To Rivals

Promising filly Lady Harlem got her maiden out of the way at Canterbury on Wednesday. Listed placed on debut at Moonee Valley, the filly was given a rail-hugging ride by a white-hot Reece Jones to secure a well deserved metropolitan

Stable apprentice Reece Jones equalled his best return at Royal Randwick when booting home four winners on Saturday, including a double for the stable. This matched Reece’s feat from the same meeting last year and lays a strong platform to

Cotehele Comes of Age

Promising Tavistock gelding Cotehele delivered on his potential at Randwick to secure his first Saturday win and set up a Spring campaign with lofty targets. Allowed to settle through the early stages by Tom Sherry, he tracked the leader into

Home Bred Success Continues

Another New Zealand home bred filly was the star of the show on Tuesday as Tavi L’Amour put away a maiden field with ease over a mile at Hawkesbury. After Koshu’s success for Trelawney Stud last week, it was Cambridge