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The determined Group III GCTC Ken Russell Memorial Classic (1200m) victory of Aimee (pictured Dan Costello Racing) gave Wattle Brae Stud resident stallion Exceedingly Good the maiden black-type victory of his promising stud career.
A member of the stallion’s second-crop to race, Aimee extended her unbeaten sequence to four by landing the feature Gold Coast juvenile event in a last stride victory.
Camped just behind the pace for the majority of the contest, the brilliant filly looked to be floundering in the heavy going down the home straight before mounting a final and successful flourish close to the line.
The star Queensland 2-year-old of the current racing season, Aimee has now amassed $266,900 from her four wins and one minor placing following six starts.
Trainer Noel Doyle is now set to target the Exceedingly Good filly at Brisbane’s most coveted 2-year-old events of the Queensland Winter Racing Carnival.

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Red Dazzler filly Tinto (pictured, Dan Costello Racing) will now be set for some big Winter Carnival events after staving off a top quality field in the Gold Coast Bracelet on Saturday.
Trainer Rex Lipp said the filly has had no luck at her previous starts but jockey Tim Bell was able to place her in a forward position and keep her travelling strongly over the 1800m.
The Toowoomba-based 3yo managed to outclass her higher-rated southern rivals, defeating Paris Match by a half-head with favourite, Asadauskaite in third.
Lipp will now aim for the Doomben Roses followed by the G1 Queensland Oaks (2400m) on May 31.
Toowoomba trainer Tony Sears (pictured) had the best month for 2yo QTIS earnings, banking $32,700 ahead of Allan Denham with $31,500 and Desliegh Forster on $24,800.
Tony’s successful month has seen him leap up into second position on the Seasonal Earnings and with a total of $109,900 in QTIS bonuses he is rapidly closing in on the leader, Peter Fleming who has $110,600. Bryan Guy remains in third position.
In the 3yo division, Kevin Kemp and Garnett Taylor share the top spot, both collecting $10,800 in QTIS bonuses in April and Matt Kropp and Michael Nolan are equal second with $9,700.
For 3yo Trainer’s Seasonal Earnings the top three remain unchanged – Bruce Hill, Matt Dunn and Kelly Schweida however Kevin Kemp has jumped into fourth position, knocking Tony Gollan down to fifth.
Burwood Stud sire Collate’s top galloper Furbish (pictured Dan Costello Racing) was the leading QTIS 2yo Performer on Earnings for April, racing away with $31,500 in QTIS bonus prizemomey. Clear Mountain Fairview sire, Tycoon Ruler saw his promising runner Sovereign Son place second on $24,500 and Cyclone Kan, by Merlo Stud sire Changeintheweather, stormed into third position.
But they haven’t been able to make an impact on the 2yo Earnings Seasonal table with the top five remaining unchanged.
For the 3yo’s there was also no change to the seasonal tables but the monthly results saw some new faces with Frightening Bolt, by Frightening topping the table after collecting $9,700 in QTIS bonus prizemoney in April.
There was plenty of QTIS bonus prizeoney available for eligible QTIS horses this week with $157,000 on 16 races.
All eyes were on Mackay for their big day and the $30,000 QTIS 2yo Plate was won by Craiglea Platinum ($19,200), with Little White Dove ($6,000) and Cyclone Kan ($3,000) the placegetters.
The $22,000 QTIS 3yo Maiden Hcp was taken out by Paleo collecting $15,000, with Chargalucca’s prizemoney more than doubled to $4,300 and Marginalize increased from $1,000 to $2,200.
Ipswich hosted the $27,000 QTIS 3yo Hcp which was won by Outstrip (pictured), with $24,500 going to his Clear Mountain Fairview connections.
Veloz, Executed and Khe Sanh shared in the $24,000 QTIS Spoils in the QTIS 2yo Handicap in Toowoomba on Saturday night and there were two 2yo Maiden Plates held at Eagle Farm on Wednesday, each worth $27,000.
Recently after lengthy negotiations with Chinese Government officials and the Chinese veterinarians, horses purchased earlier this year by Magic Millions Chinese clients have been granted permission to enter China.
Magic Millions thank Biosecurity Australia and AQIS for their work in negotiations with the Chinese authorities. Every shipment will be treated on a case by case basis.
David Chester commented that Magic Millions has built up a strong clientele in China who continue to buy through Magic Millions and know they are supported by our vendors throughout Queensland and Northern NSW.
“All vendors and clients alike who support Magic Millions can be assured of excellent service and great sales now and into the future,” Chester commented. “News of these exports is a great boost for the Queensland and Australian Thoroughbred industries.

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Eliza Park International has released its stallion roster for 2014 – which includes exciting newcomers in Fiorente and Fighting Sun – and is also declaring a welcome bonus to all broodmare owners … payment upon a Live Foal!
Melbourne Cup winner, Fiorente, joins a lineup of 14 stallions in Victoria and Queensland and will stand his initial season at a fee of $17,600 inc. GST.
The recent acquisition of unbeaten Northern Meteor 2YO, Fighting Sun, has brought a flood of enquiries over the past few weeks and he too will be popular at his opening fee of $13,750 inc. GST.
But the premier lineup of stallions has been seriously enhanced by Eliza Park International’s decision to introduce payment of service fees only after the mare has produced a live foal.

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