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Daily News | 22nd July 2019

  • NEW No Doubt Westport is Icing on the Cake

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
    The bush telegraph was beating strongly last Saturday morning when substantial five figure wagers were placed on the Tony McEvoy-trained 2YO filly Westport ahead of the Listed Oaklands Plate at Morphettville. Sent off at $1.65, Barend Vorster ensured the relative of 2YO Triple Crown hero Dance Hero locked the opposition out on the rail before drawing off to bring up a hat-trick and her maiden stakes win. It augurs well for what lies ahead for the soon-to-be 3YO whose first key target is the Gr1 Golden Rose (1200m) in Sydney after McEvoy labelled her “a star of the future”. Westport is the icing on the cake of what has been another exceptional season for her sire Not a Single Doubt. The Arrowfield Stud-based son of champion stallion Redoute’s Choice has clocked up $11.7 million in 2018-19 seasonal progeny earnings, buttressed by 14 local stakes-winners that include fellow juveniles Dubious & Stronger (now in Hong Kong). They are members of his largest crop since the 2012 cohort that produced Group 1 winners Secret Agenda, Single Gaze & Scales Of Justice and nine other stakes-winners.
  • NEW Sixty Six Not A Single Doubt Stakes-Winners

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
    Saturday’s 1400m Listed Oaklands Plate winner Westport at Morphettville (see above) became Not a Single Doubt’s sixty sixth lifetime stakes-winner and the twenty third to earn that status at two, but the record shows that his progeny’s juvenile performance is often a prelude to the main act as they mature. Having earned a Top 5 spot on the General Sires’ premiership for three of the past four years, as well as a Top 10 ranking on the 2YO Sires’ list every season since 2011, Not a Single Doubt’s 2018/19 record reflects his ability to throw class in every category. His 15 seasonal stakes-winners (14 in Australia, plus 6YO Kranji Mile LR winner Southern Legend) come from six crops, and their 23 stakes wins extend from 1000 to 2500 metres. His two Gr1 winners both proved effective beyond sprint distances: outstanding 5YO mare Kenedna (Queen of the Turf & Doomben Cup) and Qafila, who capped her busy 3YO season with a dominant victory in the 2500-metre South Australian Derby. The 2019 yearling sales season cemented Not a Single Doubt’s place among Australia’s most in-demand stallions. Sixty of his 62 lots sold for a career-high aggregate of $18.3 million and averaged just over $305,000 – more than 3.5 times his 2015 average – and Arrowfield sold two of his colts at Inglis Easter for more than $1 million. Few stallions have traversed the commercial landscape more broadly than Not a Single Doubt who began his career with six seasons at $12,500 and now commands $110,000 – the fifth-highest advertised fee in the country. His fully booked status at that level is the industry’s clearest verdict on his immense influence on the Australian breeding and racing landscape.

    Not a Single Doubt

    Highly consistent premium stallion Not a Single Doubt (pic: Bronwen Healy)
  • NEW Pike Australian Satellite Plans Inconclusive

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
    Despite constant speculation over the past few months, Cambridge-based kiwi trainer Tony Pike is adamant he is no closer to confirming whether he will establish a satellite stable in Australia next season or not, reports NZ Racing Desk. Pike admits the buzz around the venture has ramped up in recent weeks but while he is considering his options, nothing has been put in place as yet. “I’ve been questioned about the situation a fair bit in the last three months but at this stage there is nothing to report,” Pike said. “It is an option we have been thinking about for a wee while but, to be honest, I haven’t even looked at any potential properties yet. To make the move you need the right set-up and until we find a property that is suitable it is all just wishful thinking.” Pike reasoned, “I guess if we were going to go anywhere it would ideally be in New South Wales somewhere but Queensland could also be a possibility. “At this stage I’m just concentrating on getting our spring team ready for the new season.” Pike has enjoyed spectacular recent results across the Tasman, headed by dual Gr1 winner The Bostonian and Gr1-placed Endles Drama.

    The Bostonian

    The Bostonian won two Australian Gr1s (pic: Grant Peters)
  • NEW Positive Small Steps For Injured Purcell

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
    Injured horse trainer Bruce Purcell has had his breathing tube removed and continues to make positive improvements. A freak accident at Cranbourne on 12 July resulted in Purcell being airlifted to the Alfred Hospital in a critical condition, and while Purcell remains in intensive care with swelling on the brain and multiple fractures, doctors feel the 76 year old is taking small steps towards recovery. "Bruce has had his breathing tube removed and is trying to talk," a spokesperson from the Purcell family told racing.com. "It's a huge relief. He has a long way to go but he is doing a great job. We'd like to thank everyone for the ongoing love and support."
  • Huntly King of The Castle at Flemington

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
    At Flemington on Saturday, Lindsay Park secured a prized Gr1 Victoria berth for emerging late season 2YO colt Huntly Castle (Sebring-Friday Hussy, by Hussonet). Having broken his maiden at Bendigo in his previous run (his third race start), Huntly Castle was sent off a warm favourite to back up in the 1800m Byerley Handicap, and he did just that in fine fashion, closing strongly from 250m out to hit the front with plenty of time to spare as he drew away. Named after the abandoned ruins of a Castle in Aberdeen, Scotland, the Hayes, Hayes and Dabernig-trained youngster earned more than good prizemoney for the metro win; victory brought with it a ballot-free start in November's Gr1 Victoria Derby (2400m). Co-trainer Ben Hayes confirmed that the 3YO Classic is very much the target, and that the stable would back off on the colt now in preparation for the Blue Riband day.
  • Deja Vu for Maximum Security In Haskell

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
    Maximum Security, the 3YO colt that won the Gr1 Kentucky Derby, only to lose it in the stewards room, stormed to victory as favourite over the weekend in the Gr1 Haskell Stakes at Monmouth Park. Like in the Derby, though, celebrations were short lived when an enquiry by Stewards into Maximum Security created a sense of déjà vu for connections. This time, though, the race replays showed that although Maximum Security may have shifted in a little at the top of the turn, King for a Day, his last start conqueror in the Pegasus, was already under pressure at the time, and the result was allowed to stand. The race, which carried a Win-and-You’re-In free ticket into the Gr1 Breeders’ Cup Classic, ended up being run early in the evening, after six non-stakes races on the card were cancelled and feature races delayed until the heat-wave conditions cooled somewhat. According to bloodhorse.com. the Gr1 Travers Stakes at Saratoga in late August is next for the New Year’s Day colt.

  • Pike's Record Search Leaves Punters Stunned

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
    WA jockey William Pike, in search of a new Australian seasonal win record, had come up empty-handed on Thursday but appeared a moral to raise the benchmark on Saturday at Perth's Belmont Park with several short-priced favourites on his card. Punters poured into Pike's mounts in the opening three races, including horses that started at $1.65 and $1.40. Both got rolled, as did the third race equal favourite. By the time Race 4 arrived, last start Belmont Oaks heroine Mystery Miss was the last throw of the dice for some respite. In a tiny field of five, Mystery Miss was close enough if good enough in the Listed Belmont Classic, but the $1.10 favourite had maiden Rivalry Galore sitting on her shoulder and simply couldn't sustain the pressure in the closing stages. Finally, in Race 5, Pike made the $2.45 to $1.80 splurge on Zaratite count, beating Allan Robinson's long-standing record of 223.5 wins. Just to make sure, he won again later on the day aboard Neurologist. For those on-course Pikey supporters who broke their bank early on during the day, there was the consolation of a $2.24 Mrs Mac's pie to celebrate the 224-win achievement.
  • Oppenheimer's €40,000 Gamble Pays Off

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
    Star Catcher (GB) provided British owner-breeder Anthony Oppenheimer with another huge winner after she led from pillar to post in the Gr1 Irish Oaks at the Curragh. Oppenheimer – of Golden Horn (GB) and Cracksman (GB) fame – bred the John Gosden-trained daughter of Sea The Stars at his Hascombe and Valiant Studs, in Newmarket. And she did not let the side down on her foray to Ireland, having made all the running to readily defeat Fleeting by half a length under the white-hot Frankie Dettori. Gosden's inmate was following in the hoofprints of last year's heroine Sea of Class and the mighty Enable (GB), who did the business in 2017. Star Catcher was supplemented last Tursday into the Gr1 Classic at a cost of €40,000, having won the Gr2 Ribblesdale Stakes at Royal Ascot in June. Oppenheimer's new star is a half-sister to Gr1 Canadian International, Royal Ascot scorer Cannock Chase and the Gr2-winning Pisco Sour. According to GBRI, Star Catcher's dam Lynnwood Chase also has a 2YO filly by Kingman (GB) – named Maurimo (GB) – who is in training with Roger Charlton, a yearling filly by Frankel (GB) and a colt foal by Time Test (GB).

  • Helena Baby Dominates Opunake Cup

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
    Progressive galloper Helena Baby took the next step in his burgeoning career in stunning fashion when he simply decimated his rivals in Saturday's Listed Powerworx Opunake Cup (1400m) at New Plymouth. Most pundits were expecting the four-year-old Guillotine gelding to prove competitive in his first crack in open company but none could have predicted the dominance he would exert on his well-performed rivals. Rider Donavan Mansour, who had been aboard the John Bell-trained runner in all of his six career starts prior to Saturday's effort, made good use of an inside barrier draw to drive Helena Baby to the front in the early stages of the contest. Allowed to dictate proceedings throughout, Helena Baby was traveling easily as he quickly established a three-length break around the home corner. Mansour never had to draw the whip as he eased his mount down in the final 100m as they cruised to the line over five lengths clear of runner-up Rosewood, who made up good ground from last, with Herengawe out-finishing Red Sierra for third.  Owned by the Hong Kong-based duo of C Y Lee & Tang Hoi Lun, Helena Baby has now won five races in a row after finishing runner-up at his first two starts. According to NZ Racing Desk, Bell has an ambitious plan for his charge with a start in the Gr2 US Navy Flag Foxbridge Plate (1200m) at Te Rapa his next likely target ahead of a possible tilt at the Gr1 Tarzino Trophy at the end of August.
  • Marsh Confirms Stakes Target for Sai Fah

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
    Speedy 2YO Sai Fah booked himself a tilt at next weekend's Listed Ryder Stakes (1200m) in New Zealand with an effortless victory over 1100m at Te Rapa on Saturday, reports NZ Racing Desk. The Rios gelding, sporting blinkers for the first time, settled just off the speed in the six-horse field before issuing his challenge for rider Michael Coleman shortly after commencing the run home. Despite a tendency to lug in over the closing stages Sai Fah dashed well clear of the opposition as he won untouched by a conservative 5-length margin. Trainer Stephen Marsh was pleased with the effort as he looks to back his charge up in the final black type race for the season at Otaki next Saturday. "He's a tough little bugger as he won the first two-year-old race of the season and is still going strong," Marsh said. "His last couple of runs have been good but he lacked focus so we put the blinkers on… We'll back him up in a week now and run him in the Ryder." The victory took Marsh to just five short of the magical 100-win mark for the season with another five northern meetings available to reach the milestone.

    Sai Fah

    Sai Fah won as he liked (pic: Trish Dunell)
  • Waller In Rawiller's Corner For Comeback

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
    Ahead of this week's long-awaited return to racing by jockey Nash Rawiller, smh.com.au reports the high profile hoop has the support of multiple champion trainer Chris Waller. One of the most popular, and talented, riders in Australia, Rawiller suffered a fall from grace when disqualified for 15-months by Hong Kong officials for allegedly accepting gifts or money in exchange for tipping horses he was due to ride. As a pre-cursor to Saturday's Sydney meeting, Rawiller will be legged aboard Waller Racing runners on Thursday at Kembla Grange. Waller was unequivocal in his support for the returning jockey whose ridden 6 Gr1 winners for the stable, saying: 'The way I see it, Nash has been a big supporter of our stable and has never done anything wrong by our horses. He's a good man, a good family man and I'm sure he'll be successful when he comes back."
  • Inferno Sets Singapore Alight

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
    Karaka graduate Inferno (Holy Roman Emperor) extended his unbeaten record to two out of two with a dominant performance in Friday's S$250,000 Aushorse Golden Horseshoe (1200m) at Kranji. Bought for $140,000 from Westbury Stud's draft during the 2018 NZB NYSS Book 1 Sale, Inferno began his career with a stylish two-length victory over the same distance on July 7. Friday's prestigious juvenile feature was the stage for a highly impressive repeat performance. Inferno again settled in midfield in the Golden Horseshoe, where he was trapped three and four wide without cover for a large part of the race. But when jockey Michael Rodd asked him to accelerate at the top of the straight, Inferno quickly put the result beyond any doubt, bursting through to score by the same margin of two lengths. "I just wanted to keep him out of trouble early," Rodd said. "There were a lot of quick horses on my inside. I was three and a half wide, but he switched off so easy for me. He just rested out there and just travelled, he was never under pressure… He's a remarkable horse, he's got such long, big strides." Trainer Cliff Brown was equally delighted with his young star's performance. "You always get a bit swept in by the emotions after the win, but it was a great win today. It was also a tough win and he will go for a break now. I may bring him back for the Group 3 Saas Fee Stakes (1200m) at the end of the year (November 10). It's a race for three-year-olds now."
  • Westport Wins Listed Oaklands Plate

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
    -
    J: B Vorster
    T: Tony McEvoy
    W: 54 kgs
    S: Not A Single Doubt
    D: Sister Bruce
    1.3L
    J: Damien Thornton
    T: P Stokes
    W: 54 kgs
    S: Sebring
    D: Le Societe
    5.6L
    J: J Holder
    T: D T O'Brien
    W: 54 kgs
    S: Hinchinbrook
    D: Fashion Rocks
    5.9L
    J: Raquel Clark
    T: Tony McEvoy
    W: 54 kgs
    S: Zoustar
    D: Okaylah
    • Track: Morphettville Parks
    • Race: $100,000 Listed Oaklands Plate (1400m)
    • Winner: 2YO filly Westport (Not A Single Doubt-Sister Bruce, by Shamardal)
    • Placings: 2YO filly Indiscretion & 2YO filly Pouting Lips
    • Winning Sire: Not A Single Doubt (Redoute’s Choice-Singles Bar, by Rory’s Jester)
    • Stud Farm: Arrowfield Stud
    • Trainer: Tony McEvoy
    • Jockey: Barend Vorster
    • Race record: 3 wins from 4 starts for $85,700 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $220,000 yearling at the 2018 Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale
    • Vendor: Torryburn Stud
  • Sun Marshal Wins Listed Singapore Derby

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
    -
    J: Joseph Azzopardi
    T: D L Freedman
    W: 57 kgs
    S: Sepoy
    D: Mysterious Light
    0.3L
    J: B Pinheiro
    T: D L Freedman
    W: 57 kgs
    S: Power
    D: Victoria Belle
    1.6L
    J: W Pike
    T: R Le Grange
    W: 57 kgs
    S: Medaglia D'Oro
    D: Run For Roses
    2.6L
    J: Ben Thompson
    T: C I Brown
    W: 55.5 kgs
    S: Casino Prince
    D: Pussycat Dream
    • Track: Singapore
    • Race: $1,000,000 Listed Singapore Derby (1800m)
    • Winner: 4YO gelding Sun Marshal (Sepoy-Mysterious Light, by Fantastic Light)
    • Placings: 4YO gelding Mr Clint & 4YO gelding King Louis
    • Winning Sire: Sepoy (Elusive Quality-Watchful, by Danehill)
    • Stud Farm: Darley
    • Trainer: Lee Freedman
    • Jockey: Joseph Azzopardi
    • Race record: 5 wins and 7 placings from 16 starts for $779,008 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $200,000 yearling at the 2016 Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale
    • Vendor: Element Hill
  • Rivalry Galore Wins Listed Belmont Classic

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
    -
    J: T Turner
    T: Brett Pope
    W: 56.5 kgs
    S: Trade Fair
    D: Lady Rivalry
    0.2L
    J: W Pike
    T: G & A Williams
    W: 54.5 kgs
    S: Animal Kingdom
    D: Mystical Miss
    4.7L
    J: Brodie Kirby
    T: S J Miller
    W: 54.5 kgs
    S: Galah
    D: Busters Icon
    6.7L
    J: C Staples
    T: Rhys Radford
    W: 56.5 kgs
    S: Playing God
    D: Southern Comfort
    • Track: Belmont Park
    • Race: $100,000 Listed Belmont Classic (2200m)
    • Winner: 3YO gelding Rivalry Galore (Trade Fair-Lady Rivalry, by Blackfriars)
    • Placings: 3YO filly Mystery Miss & 3YO filly Cockatiel
    • Winning Sire: Trade Fair (Zafonic-Danefair, by Danehill)
    • Stud Farm: Lynward Park Stud
    • Trainer: Brett Pope
    • Jockey: Troy Turner
    • Race record: 1 win and 4 placings from 6 starts for $86,100 in earnings
    • Sales Info: N/A
  • Silvera Wins Listed Tattersall's Mile

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
    -
    J: J Byrne
    T: T J Gollan
    W: 54.5 kgs
    S: High Chaparral
    D: Silver Tiara
    1.0L
    J: M R Du Plessis
    T: C J Waller
    W: 54 kgs
    S: Iffraaj
    D: Roshanak
    1.8L
    J: Dale Smith
    T: G R Duncan
    W: 54 kgs
    S: Magnus
    D: Le Bel Away
    2.0L
    J: Baylee Nothdurft
    T: T J Gollan
    W: 54 kgs
    S: Pins
    D: Sussex Dancer
    • Track: Eagle Farm
    • Race: $125,000 Listed Tattersall's Mile (1600m)
    • Winner: 5YO gelding Silvera (High Chaparral-Silver Tiara, by Ferocity)
    • Placings: 5YO mare Araaja & 4YO gelding Magnufighter
    • Winning Sire: High Chaparral (Sadler’s Wells-Kasora, by Karshaan)
    • Stud Farm: Coolmore Stud
    • Trainer: Tony Gollan
    • Jockey: Jim Byrne
    • Race record: 8 wins and 6 placings from 29 starts for $441,645 in earnings
    • Sales Info: N/A
  • Azuro Wins Listed Queensland Cup

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
    -
    J: M Mc Gillivray
    T: C Maher & D Eustace
    W: 54 kgs
    S: Myboycharlie
    D: Anthropologie
    3.8L
    J: R Fradd
    T: G Waterhouse & A Bott
    W: 54 kgs
    S: Savabeel
    D: Pare
    4.0L
    J: Ryan Maloney
    T: C Maher & D Eustace
    W: 60 kgs
    S: Raise The Flag
    D: Malozza
    5.2L
    J: L V Cassidy
    T: K A Lees
    W: 55 kgs
    S: Myboycharlie
    D: Marie Des Fleurs
    • Track: Eagle Farm
    • Race: $200,000 Listed Queensland Cup (3200m)
    • Winner: 5YO gelding Azuro (Myboycharlie-Anthropologie, by Okawango)
    • Placings: 5YO gelding Social Element & 6YO gelding Yogi
    • Winning Sire: Myboycharlie (Danetime-Dulceata, by Rousillon)
    • Stud Farm: Bowness Stud
    • Trainers: Ciaron Maher & David Eustace
    • Jockey: Matthew McGillivray
    • Race record: 7 wins and 9 placings from 27 starts for $420,904 in earnings
    • Sales Info: €12,000 yearling at the 2015 Arqana October Sale
    • Vendor: Haras des Sablonnets
  • Helena Baby Wins Listed Opunake Cup

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
    -
    J: D A Mansour
    T: J W Bell
    W: 53 kgs
    S: Guillotine
    D: Hot Stash
    5.8L
    J: L J Allpress
    T: Ms M Paewai
    W: 58.5 kgs
    S: Redwood
    D: Glad Eye
    7.1L
    J: C W Johnson
    T: Ms J Moss
    W: 54.5 kgs
    S: Zed
    D: Vim
    7.3L
    J: S T Collett
    T: D & E Haworth
    W: 53 kgs
    S: Redwood
    D: Sierra Gold
    • Track: New Plymouth Raceway
    • Race: $65,000 Listed Opunake Cup (1400m)
    • Winner: 4YO gelding Helena Baby (Guillotine-Hot Stash, by Secret Savings)
    • Placings: 5YO mare Rosewood & 4YO gelding Herengawe
    • Winning Sire: Guillotine (Montjeu-Refused The Dance, by Defensive Play)
    • Stud Farm: Windsor Park Stud
    • Trainer: John Bell
    • Jockey: Donavan Mansour
    • Race record: 5 wins and 2 placings from 7 starts for $98,685 in earnings
    • Sales Info: N/A
  • Inferno Wins Listed Aushorse Golden Horseshoe

    Monday, 22nd July 2019
     Mrgn.Runners
    -
    J: M Rodd
    T: C I Brown
    W: 56 kgs
    S: Holy Roman Emperor
    D: Spina Rosa
    2.0L
    J: D Moor
    T: R Le Grange
    W: 56 kgs
    S: Star Witness
    D: Tragic Moment
    2.1L
    J: J Powell
    T: S Baertschiger
    W: 56 kgs
    S: Swiss Ace
    D: Derrydane
    2.5L
    J: R Woodworth
    T: D Kok
    W: 56 kgs
    S: Showcasing
    D: Keeper Coming
    • Track: Kranji
    • Race: $250,000 Listed Aushorse Golden Horseshoe (1200m)
    • Winner: 2YO gelding Inferno (Holy Roman Emperor-Spina Rosa, by Redoute's Choice)
    • Placings: 2YO gelding Rocket Star & 2YO gelding Hotshots Slam
    • Winning Sire: Holy Roman Emperor (Danehill-L’onvite, by Secretariat)
    • Stud Farm: Aquis Farm
    • Trainer: Clifford Brown
    • Jockey: Michael Rodd
    • Race record: 2 wins from 2 starts for $174,037 in earnings
    • Sales Info: $10,000 weanling at the 2010 Magic Millions National Weanling Sale (Newhaven Park ) & subsequently a $140,000 yearling at the 2018 NZB NYSS (Westbury Stud)

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