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Red Dazzler five-year-old Typhoon Red (pictured, Nev Madsen, The Chronicle)completed a spectacular coup for trainer Kevin Kemp when he charged to a home-town victory in last night’s $150,000 Mainz Developments Weetwood Handicap (1200m).
Typhoon Red ($10) delivered Kemp his fourth win in the Listed Clifford Park feature and jockey Nozi Tomizawa his first after leading in a stable quinella with Kempelly second.
Typhoon Red, by Eureka Stud’s Red Dazzler, is raced by Toowoomba couple Graeme and Lyn Thomas who bred him from their mare Gentle Thunder.
“We bred and reared him and he had to overcome a twisted bowl along the way,” Graeme said.
“He’s been in work since September and had to contend with a late change in distance for the race.
“But Kempy and his team have done a marvellous job with him.”

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QTIS Trainer for March, Tony Sears is continuing his winning run into April with Soveriegn Son (pictured, Dan Costello Racing) taking out the $85,000 QTIS 2yo Hcp at Doomben on Saturday.
The son of Clear Mountain Fairview Stud stallion, Tycoon Ruler banked $56,500 for his efforts, thanks to the $24,500 QTIS bonus.
QTIS cash flowed like the champagne at Toowoomba’s Weetwood Day. There was the 2yo and 3yo QTIS Handicaps, each worth $27,000. Both events were taken out by the progeny of former Wattle Brae Stud sire, Court Command with Girls Command winning $24,500 for being first past the post in the 2yo and Total Authority $24,500 in the 3yo.
There were three $27,000 QTIS races at Eagle Farm during the week with the QTIS eligible winners collecting $18,050 rather than $11,000. Second place had their earnings boosted by $2,000 and the third placegetter banked an extra $1,000 thanks to the bonus scheme.
Esk, Julia Creek and Warwick all had their prizemoney boosted thanks to $5,000 QTIS bonuses at each venue.
There was a total of $152,000 offered on 13 QTIS races across the state this week. You can view all the results here.
Half the Doomben program was won by Queensland bred horses on Saturday with Clear Mountain Fairview sire, Tycoon Ruler continuing his top form when his promising young gelding, Sovereign Son took out the $85,000 2yo Handicap.
Sovereign Son has now had two wins and a second from just three starts and will be one to watch.
Lyndhurst Stud’s always consistent Sequalo 4yo, Seeking More (pictured Dan Costello Racing) took his record to seven wins from 16 starts after leading all the way in the 1110m Jim Beam Hcp.
Eureka Stud’s Champion Sire, Red Dazzler is also keeping the winners coming. His 3yo, Rudy proved his not just a wet tracker when he took out the Gouldburn Valley Plate (1350m).
Rudy has now had five wins from ten starts and banked over $227,000.
And Ferocity’s 5yo gelding, Just A Perla closed the Doomben card for his sixth win from 20 starts in the BM 85 over 1350m.
Wattle Brae Stud stallion Raheeb (pictured) sired his first winner this week.
His filly, She’s Got Beauty scored by six lengths in the XXXX QTIS 2YO Maiden Hcp (800m) at Thangool in Queensland’s Capricornia region on Saturday.
She’s Got Beauty (2f Raheeb – Etidane by Danewin) was bred by Patinack and was never in danger on debut for jockey John Stephens and his trainer wife Angela.
Raheeb had 10 first-crop starters before She’s Got Beauty made the breakthrough on Saturday.

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Somme Lodge stallion Teranaba was represented by his first winner at Rockhampton on Thursday.
Quick Assault (2g Teranaba – Star Of Athena by Fantastic Light) prevailed in a three-way finish to the Capricornia Yearling Sales QTIS Hcp (1200m) at Callaghan Park. He burst through a gap at the furlong to win by a nose from Onemorenobledancer (Onemorenomore) with another nose to Little White Dove (Wicked Style).

Edmonston pocketed $15,000 in prizemoney and QTIS bonuses plus a $6,000 Capricornia Yearling Sale bonus. 
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