It was great news this week with Flemington trainer Russell Cameron being joined in partnership by son Scott.
Racing Queensland and Racing.com have finalised an agreement to secure live free-to-air coverage of the Channel Seven Brisbane Racing Carnival.
Excelebration sired his first stakes-winner on Saturday in the UK, the first of many one suspects as his progeny mature.
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.
At the recent Inglis Premier Sale in Melbourne, Nigel Blackiston purchased a colt by the brilliant racehorse and exciting young sire, EXCELEBRATION.
Often, some racehorse shares remain available in last season’s yearlings – now two-year-olds. These two horses with Russell Cameron deserve inspection.
A few shares remain in a great looking filly by the high-class sire, CHOISIR.
Patience is a virtue it is said and Russell Cameron’s patience in I Boogi and Lord Sherwood was rewarded with wins this week.
After a week-long reconnaissance mission in November and seven days at the NZ Bloodstock National Yearling sale, we are proud to be coming home with four nice yearlings for clients of Nigel Blackiston.
Great news today for thoroughbred racing in South Australia, following positive announcements for NSW and VIC late in 2016. The SA government has announced an injection of $6m into prize money for Thoroughbred Racing SA’s (TRSA) feature racing carnival in May. “The $6 million funding commitment over two years will see the Darley Goodwood and […]