A win in the Gr.1 Australian Guineas marked JHB purchase Wandjina as a valuable stallion prospect, a pulsating second, splitting the two best sprinter/milers in country in Dissident and Chautauqua, in the Gr.1 All Aged Stakes at the weekend set him up for so much more. He will now be set up for a tilt taking on Europe’s best in the Gr.1 Diamond ..read more
The Inglis Sydney Easter Yearling Sale has been a happy hunting ground for JHB in recent years. It was where Gr.1 winning sprinter and young stallion Foxwedge was bought, and, in the same year, Gr.2 winner Satin Shoes. It is where stakes-winning juvenile Georgette Silk was sourced, as well as Gr.3 winning juvenile Ashokan. Just recently the lates ..read more
Make no mistake - the British are coming. And the French. And the Germans. These came together to varying degrees at Rosehill when a pair of JHB purchase imports took out a pair of Group 3 events in great style.
First to the crease was British import Excess Knowledge who with a win in the Doncaster Prelude too ..read more
There are big days and there are big days. In Australian racing and breeding there is no more influential day than Golden Slipper day at Rosehill. The history and reputation of this being a race to make stallions was apparent from the very outset. The first edition, in 1957, was taken out by a colt named Todman, a son of the importe ..read more