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Thankyou to the QLD breeders as always!!


 The first results for this season’s two year old’s are through and Glenlogan Park’s freshman sire, Red Element is leading the way.
His 2yo North Queensland runner, Element of Chance has taken out the both the 2yo QTIS Premiership for Earnings and Wins for October.
Element of Chance collected $27,700 in QTIS bonus prizemoney for the month after winning two QTIS races.
Glenlogan Park’s other two sires, Real Saga and Falvelon also featured strongly when their QTIS graduates, Stroak and Vienna Royale each collected $24,500 in bonus cash, as did Setfire to Therain, by Monashee Mountain who stands at Eliza Park and Grapevine, who is by Denman, a QTIS breedback from Glenlogan Park.
Lyndhurst Stud blitzed the 3 year old QTIS premiership for October. Their Champion sire Hidden Dragon producing the two top QTIS money winners in Bodegra Negra (pictured Dan Costello Racing) and Friendly Dragon, both collected $24,500 in QTIS bonuses, as did Londehero, a QTIS breedback by Lonhro.
In the 2yo QTIS Trainers Premiership, Bryan Guy collected $56,000 in QTIS bonuses in October and has a clear lead over Fred Wieland with $30,000 who is followed closely by Tony Gollan on $28,000.
Bruce Hill has also raced away in the 3yo QTIS Trainers Premiership, earning $50,000 in QTIS bonuses for October, while it was a close fight for second with Matthew Dunn collecting $31,500 and Tony Gollan $31,200.
It was a big weekend for Lyndhurst Stud, with two winners on two continents in two days.
Grand old Champion, Sequalo, continues to record victories when Big Sequalo broke his maiden status over 1000m in Singapore on Friday night.
Then on Saturday it was the stud’s younger Champion sire, Hidden Dragon, who notched up another impressive victory with his consistent galloper Hidden Warrior.(pictured)
Hidden Warrior made it a race-to-race double for Newcastle trainer Paul Perry, with a fast-finishing victory in the Spring Flying (1100m) at Rosehill.
The Queensland winners continue to come, with progeny from Stromberg Carlson (pictured) and Jet Spur racing to victory at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
Stromberg Carlson’s 7yo gelding, Dienekes, settled well off the speed from his wide gate and motored home to get up in the last few bounds in the TH Cock Electrical 1400m.
Earlier in the day, Splendora, by Glenlogan Park sire, Jet Spur collected a wad of QTIS cash, $56,500, after taking out the QTIS 3yo Handicap. She also powered home from back in the field.
Today, Jet Spur’s winning form continuted when his 4yo gelding, Turbulent Jet took out the McGrath Estate Agents (1200m) at Randwick.
While back home, Yarramalong Park’s consistent sire, Freeze had yet another winner when Dalton had his first start for Gold Coast trainer Bryan Guy and claimed victory in the Spring Affair 3yo QTIS Handicap (1010m) at Doomben.
And The Right One, by Lyndhurst Stud’s Sequalo, led from barrier to box in the Courier Mail Handicap over 1010m.
The 2014 sales are fast approaching and if you’re after a new steed for your stable save your money for the March QTIS sale, you’ll get great returns.
This week $141,000 in QTIS bonus prizemoney was available on ten races across Queensland.
A total of $70,000 in bonus cash was offered at Saturday’s Eagle Farm event in the two feature QTIS races. In the QTIS 3yo Handicap, Splendora (pictured, Dan Costello Racing) raced away with $56,500, thanks to the $24,500 QTIS bonus for first place and Sammi Jain took home $17,000 ($7,000 QTIS).
QTIS took the midweek Eagle Farm race to $27,000, with Padrino pocketing first prize of over $18,000.
The QTIS 3yo Maiden Hcp at Ipswich was so popular two divisions were required, giving QTIS owners more chances to win the $22,000 on offer in each event. Casarati and Evocative racing away with $15,000 each while second and third placegetters saw their prizemoney more than double thanks to QTIS.
There was also $22,000 on offer at the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast events with the owners of QTIS runners Bush Caviar and Bernitchy pocketing the big money, while Our Gardy and Queen Caesar also collected extra QTIS prizemoney.
The Southern Queensland Institute of Tafe Horse Breeding Course has concluded for another year.
Students have gained vital skills in areas from foaling down and the breeding barn to yearling handling, breaking–in, horse health and welfare.
The Graduation was held on Thursday the 24th October, with two special awards presented. The TBQA Top Student Award went to Lyn Williams. She has shown great work ethic and has been outstanding in all aspects of the course and is now working at Glenlogan Park.
The Horse Handling Award was presented to Carissa Wrigley. She showed exceptional ability in handling all types of horses from mares and foals through to yearling and racehorses and has gained employment with Widden Stud.
Peter Moody will be telling the story of the great horse Black Caviar at a fund raising dinner on 12th November, 2013.
The proceeds from this dinner will go to The Glennie School Trust Fund for the benefit of their student, Paris Turkington. Paris suffered severe burns to her body after an accident in late August.
Paris is the 17 year old daughter of Wattle Brae Stud owners, Gary and Phoebe Turkington. She faces a long, slow and painful road to recovery. The family will have to move to Brisbane for a year whilst Paris undergoes constant physiotherapy. Then there is a further year of recovery, prior to some final surgery.
The Glennie School has established a trust fund to assist with the financing of this long recovery and future education needs.
To kick start this fund, The Glennie School and The Toowoomba Turf Club are combining to host a fund-raising Dinner.
In addition to the guest speaker, Peter Moody, there will be a number of auction items that have been generously donated.
The TBQA will have a table at the event. If you would like to join us please contact the office on 0412 026 540 or info@queenslandbreeders.com.au or if you want to organise your own table…

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