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Missy Longstocking (pictured Dan Costello Racing) could be in for the biggest pay day in Queensland racing history after extending her unbeaten run in the Group Three $150,000 BJ McLachlan Stakes (1200m) at Doomben on Saturday.
The Sequalo filly, now the winner of four races from four starts, heads to the $2 million Jeep Magic Millions 2YO Classic and as well as the $1.14 million for the first placegetter she is eligible for a rich world first bonus.
Solely owned by Judith Clairs, the Liam Birchey trained Missy Longstocking is eligible for the $500,000 Magic Millions Racing Women initiative where the first 100% female owned or leased two-year-old over the line in the Classic will pocket a cool $325,000. Full story here…
It was yet another lucrative week for Lyndhurst Stud.
They had a taste of Group 2 success in Sydney thanks to All Legal saluting in the Group 2 Inglis Villiers Stakes.
The tough six-year-old gelding finished a nose ahead of Alma’s Fury to grab Saturday’s feature event for trainer Kevin Moses.
As a jockey Kevin Moses won the 1979 Villiers Stakes aboard King’s Ideal and now joins a select group to have also trained a winner of the race.
Moses purchased All Legal for $25,000 from Lyndhurst Stud as agent for TBQA member Doug Newberry (Access Bloodstock) at the 2008 Inglis Sydney Classic Yearling Sale.
More about the Villiers here…
There was plenty of extra spending money to help the Christmas budget thanks to the QTIS bonuses, and all the prizemoney went off.
$40,000 was shared between four races around the State last week.
There were QTIS races at the Gold and Sunshine Coasts and Rockhampton

(QTIS winner Pickabee pictured courtesy Dan Costello Racing)
Queensland bred runners won five of the eight events at Doomben on Saturday.
Raheen Stud kicked off the ‘Queensland Day’ with 6yo Stromberg Carlson gelding, Break the Ice (pictured Dan Costello Racing) taking out the first race, the Mount Franklin Hcp 2200m taking his earnings to $184,300.
Missy Longstocking continued on her winning way towards the Magic Millions taking out the 2yo BJ McLachlan Stakes (1200m). The filly, by Lyndhurst Stud’s Sequalo, remains unbeaten.
And it was a winning treble for Glenlogan Park.
Show A Heart opened their account when the Kelly Schweida trained Discreet took out the Carlton Mid Handicap 1100m. The 3yo filly has now cracked the $200,000 mark with two wins and four seconds from 13 starts.
Jet Spur followed up with Equissential saluting in the Bundaberg Distilling 1600m and Falvelon rounded out the day when Race 8, Sita Australia Plate (1350m) when his 4yo gelding Someday took his impressive career record to five wins and three seconds from just nine starts.
The Magic Millions Carnival is almost here.
For the first time, an Open Day Trade Show will be held at the Bundall Sales Complex this Sunday, January 6th from 10am to 2pm.
There will be a large variety of goods and services, from numerous different organisations on display.
It’s the perfect opportunity to get updated on what is happening in the industry, or for newcomers to learn more about how to get involved.
The TBQA will have a stall, so please pop over and say hello or encourage others to come along and joing the TBQA.
We will have copies of the 2013 Aushorse magazine, but if you can’t make the Open Day and would like the brochure, it can be downloaded from our website via this link.