Racehorse ownership can be secured at all sorts of prices. Jane Baker at Warrnambool has now launched two ownership opportunities at terrific value.
Jemadar performed well in a jump out at Cranbourne, preparing for his return to racing.
Watch and listen to Shaun Dwyer’s update on his 2yo colt by Redwood, out of Merci Grand. A few shares remain in this colt, as shares were only released to the public in late June. So head over to the colt’s web page for more information. 2016 Redwood colt ex Merci Grand
Here is a video of Nigel Blackiston’s lovely filly by Wandjina, on the track during her education program.
Four weeks into his first serious preparation, watch and listen to Shaun’s update on this stylish filly making great progress.
“She’ll go for a spell before we try and get a bit of black type in the spring and … I’d like to run in the Lightning.”
That was some win by Shaun Dwyer trained MISS LEONIDAS at Moonee Valley yesterday.
Two oddly but very likeable named gallopers, I Boogi and The Thug, scored well deserved victories for connections and the Cameron Racing stable to kick start a successful June.
Another strong performance was produced by the older half-brother to Shane Fliedner’s Zoffany colt out of Luxury Suite.
The connections of the Nigel Blackiston trained Groovin’ certainly understand the definition of patience, and they were rewarded by their filly winning her second race on Sunday at Bendigo.
Three strong winners for the Shea Eden stable in June now has the stable sitting on 26 wins for the season.
The training operation of Lindsay Park scored their 100th Victorian metropolitan winner this week.
The Lindsay Park team of David Hayes, Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig achieved another milestone today – 250 wins for the 2016/17 season.
At Sale on Thursday, the win of Distant Sky at his 16th race start was a victory for patience and perseverance shown by Nigel Blackiston and owners.
It was great news this week with Flemington trainer Russell Cameron being joined in partnership by son Scott.
There are no better examples of team effort than the strong win of Nigel Blackiston’s Sneakers on Monday.
A quick glance through the race results over the past few weeks, shows some great successes enjoyed by Russell Cameron and the team at Flemington.
Patience is a virtue it is said and Russell Cameron’s patience in I Boogi and Lord Sherwood was rewarded with wins this week.