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Raheen Stud bred filly Kiss a Rose will be set for the G1 Thousand Guineas after producing a paralysing last-to-first burst in the G3 Quezette Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield on Saturday.
The Sebring three year-old had won on debut at Caulfield last summer but was sidelined with a virus during the autumn. “She will head to the Thousand Guineas but I think she’s really more an autumn filly,” trainer Peter Moody said. “Whatever she does this spring is a bonus.”
The $600,000 Thousand Guineas will be run at Caulfield on Wednesday, October 16.
Kiss a Rose (3f Sebring – Hurl by Redoute’s Choice) was bred and sold by Raheen for $180,000 at the 2012 Gold Coast Magic Millions. Agent Cameron Cooke Bloodstock bought her on behalf of prominent owner Les Cowell.
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It was another great weekend for Glenlogan Park Stud, with winning trebles in both Brisbane and the Gold Coast on Saturday.
First cab off the rank was Bradbury’s Luck’s progressive 4YO, Tom’s Luck, who really put a gap on his rivals as he left them standing not long after entering the straight.
Then it was Qld’s Champion Stallion, Show A Heart’s turn to deliver- and that is exactly what he did by registering a race-to-race winning double with Mishani Warrior and Heart Of Many (pictured, Dan Costello Racing). Full details…
In the last race of the day at Doomben, Lyndhurst Stud’s ever-consistent sire, Sequalo stole the show with The Storeman.
The 4yo had a dominant win in the Coke Zero Hcp to add to his impressive record making it 14 starts for 5 wins 2 seconds and a third and smashing the $100,000 mark in prizemoney.
And Wattlebrae Stud enjoyed more than fairy floss at the ‘Exhibtion Wednesday’ at Eagle Farm with two winners from two runners for Easy Rocking – Be Fair and Easy Rocking giving owners more thrills than any EKKA ride could.
There was $150,000 worth of reasons to make sure you have a QTIS eligible horse in the coming racing seasons.
$150,000 bonus prizemoney was available across eleven races this week and only $77,000 was claimed. That leaves a massive $73,000 in the QTIS kitty for reallocation.
The QTIS bonuses make a huge difference to prizemoney, with the prizemoney jumping from $50,000 to $85,000, $10,000 to $22,000 and from $5,000 to $11,000.
It’s not only metropolitan and provincial areas that benefit from the scheme, this week QTIS races boosted prizemoney at Prairie, Yeppoon, Gympie and Innisfail.
Winners include Mr Ziggaro, Still As, Craiglea Pixie, Beadsworth, Craiglea Zamia and Heza Bobby Dazzler.
Photo – Secret Harmony, Dan Costello Racing
The Thoroughbred Breeders Queensland Association is thrilled to offer a new service for our members.
Thanks to our partnership with Arion Pedigrees, you can now check the performance of Queensland’s top stallions and their progeny via the Queensland Stallion Pedigrees link on this website.
All the sires who are advertised in the Queensland Stallions Directory will be listed on the page.
It’s as simple as clicking on the photo or name of the sire.
We hope you find this service beneficial and we would like to thank Arion Pedigrees for providing us with the information for this service.
The 2013 Thoroughbred Breeders Queensland Association Raceday at Eagle Farm on Saturday September 7th is shaping up to be a huge event.
Eliza Park International has jumped on board to partner the TBQA for the day.
Other big names who are sponsoring races include Magic Millions, Banchory, Eureka Park and Raheen Stud.
Former CEO and Director of the Victoria Racing Club, Dale Monteith will be guest speaker, to be interviewed by prominent racing media personality Bart Sinclair.
First class canapes will be served, with beer, wine and soft drinks included in the ticket price – just $35 per person.
The event will be held in the Oaks Room from 12pm.
Don’t miss out, there’s only limited tickets available. Contact the office to book, with full payment required by August 30th via cheque, direct deposit or credit card. Phone 0412 026 540.
The AGM will be held prior to this function from 10.30am in the Guineas Room, everyone is welcome to attend.
The annual Fitton Raceday won’t go ahead this year due to the refurbishments at Toowoomba’s Clifford Park, but there’s still plenty of other fundraising activities you can take part in.
A multi-draw raffle will be held, with the major prize a service to Wattle Brae Stud’s Champion Sire, Court Command (pictured),  there’s also accommodation packages, stock feed vouchers, beauty products and household items.
The annuall Equine Hall of Fame Dinner will be held in Toowoomba on September 27th and the Festival of the Horse Stud Tour through the Scenic Rim visiting Yarramalong, Glenlogan Park and Eliza Park will be conducted on September 29th.
The attached form has booking details and more information.