Stable News

SYDNEY CALLS!

A trip to Sydney to chase Group One glory beckons for Daily Bugle who was so impressive winning last weekend's $125,000 Mornington Sires at just his fourth start. Catching the eye with his Pakenham debut victory in late January, the cleverly named son of Press...

THE MAN RUNS!

Nicely primed and too strong at his third run in, The Running Man looks ready for a step up in class on the back of his dominant performance at Bairnsdale on Sunday. A well fancied favourite having been close up at his two previous outings, the five-year-old had been...

STRAVAIN SALUTES

Tough mare Stravain looks set for a great campaign having put in her best ever first up performance - a fighting victory at Sale on Tuesday. Having her first run since last winter, the five-year-old enjoyed a lovely trail along the rails for Matthew Allen who had her...

YOSEMITE SALUTES FIRST UP

A filly who has always shown plenty of natural ability, Yosemite was able to kick off her latest campaign with a gutsy victory at Pakenham on Thursday night. Having her first run since the spring, the up-and-coming bay settled nicely a tad worse than midfield for Jye...

AN ARTFUL VICTORY

It was a deserved breakthrough for Mysterious Art at Pakenham on Thursday evening, the tough three-year-old boasting consistent lead-up form including gallant seconds at his two previous starts. Going to the lead for Matthew Allen, the honest gelding had to dig deep...

TRYGVE IS A TRIER

A win for Trygve Werribee on Sunday was a reward for consistent form, the tough and honest four-year-old having been close up and so game in the placings at his two previous starts. Getting back along the rails from the inside gate for Jamie Mott, the son of Magnus...

NORTHERN REIGNS AT STONY CREEK

It was lovely to see Northern Reign break through for a maiden success at Stony Creek on Monday, the lightly raced and promising four-year-old having had little luck in the lead up - finding early trouble at her previous start 11 days ago. This time enjoying a lovely...

IRISH PARDON BREAKS THROUGH

It was a deserved breakthrough for Irish Pardon at Bendigo on Saturday, the consistent four-year-old having been in the placings on five occasions before giving connections the thrill they had been so keenly awaiting. "He had been knocking on the door so it was good...

RUSSIAN BY HER RIVALS

"An easy watch," is how the stable's Beth Schroen described the maiden victory recorded by the lightly raced and promising Russian By at Stony Creek on Tuesday... and indeed it was, the three-year-old impressive with a soft 2 1/4 length victory. Having just her third...

DAILY DEBUTS

"You can't do much better than win at debut!" said a happy Robbie Griffiths after the impressive victory recorded by the promising colt. Patiently ridden by Lewis German, the son of Press Statement was not pushed early off an awkward start, settling towards the rear...

HE IS ROYALTY!

"A little warrior," is how Robbie describes King Magnus who was so tough to the line saluting at Sandown on January 23 - the terrific galloper recording his fourth success from just 11 starts and his second at metropolitan level. "There is not much to him physically,"...

LORDING IT OVER THEM

It was an overdue success for Lord Lennox at Yarra Valley in late January, the six-year-old back to his best stepping up to the sort of trip he is bred to relish. "He has always shown us potential," Robbie said, "and it was over that longer trip that he was able to...

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