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DON’T MISS OUT
Work has commencenced on ‘the bible’ for the breeding industry, the Queensland Stallions Directory.
Bookings are now being taken for the 2012 edition.
Ten thousand copies of this popular magazine are distributed across Australia. In fact, it is so sought after breeders are already phoning the TBQA office chasing their edition!
Queensland Stallions is the perfect way to promote your sire, it also offers a range of trade advertisements to businesses related to the equine industry.
So don’t miss your spot. Contact Lisa to advertise you stallion 0402 490 501 or Stacey 0412 026 540 for Trade Ad enquiries. Bookings close March 30th, 2012.
Or you can download booking forms direct
CROSSING THE BORDER
Queensland bred progeny are becoming immensely sought after and we are inching our way into the Southern markets with local Studs recording good results at the Sydney Classic Yearling Sale last week.
Jorson Farm sold all five lots totalling $158,000 with their topseller $60,000, Oakwood Farm sold one of their two entries for $27,000, Robyn Wise sold 7 of her 9 lots for a total of $106,000 with her top price $35,000 and Yarraman Park Stud (Muralla Stud as agent) and Lockyer Thoroughbreds (Widden Stud as agent) also posted successful results.
At the Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale next month Queensland will again be represented by Glenlogan Park, Oakwood Farm, Lockyer Thoroughbreds (Widden Stud as agent) and Yarraman Park Stud (Yallambee Stud as agent.)
Glenlogan Park is taking 9 colts, including classy progeny by Show A Heart, who has had Group winners in Victoria and three from the first crop of Real Saga’s, who was a dominant Group winner.
While we like to promote our Magic Millions and QTIS Sales it is sensational to see Queensland-bred yearlings make the grade over the border and it proves we are making important inroads nationally, both with Queensland horses and our Studs.

Glenlogan Park is quietly confident their success in January will flow through to next month and continue into the March QTIS sale, while one of the other Magic Millions success stories, Highgrove Stud proprietor, Ron Gilbert is chomping at the bit to get to the QTIS event, where he has two premier lots on offer and is aiming to better his $175,000 top price he recorded in January.

LADY COLOURS DAZZLES THEM
Top 2yo filly by Red Dazzler, Lady Colours,(pictured courtesy Dan Costello Racing) continues her impressive form.
Lady Colours had an easy win yesterday in the brc 2yo handicap (1200m) at Doomben, backing up from her terrific run in the Magic Millions 2yo Classic.
Other good Queensland-bred wins on the Brisbane card went to Bruleur, by Sequalo in Race 6 (1010m) and Mondean (by Monashee Mountain) took out race 8 (1200m).
NEED A HOLIDAY?
A fantastic new service is being offered to the equine industry, so that you can finally have that well deserved break.
A Locum Horse Stud manager is now available to continue the running of your property while you are away.
Allan Bell, who founded Victory Park Stud alongside his father in 1976, is offering his wealth of experience to horse stud managers.
You can contact Allan on 0408 074 064 or find out more on www.horsestudmanager.com.au