Jonathan D'Arcy published: 11 Jan, 2013

Following on quickly from the Gold Coast Magic Millions the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale, to be held at Newmarket on January 20 and 21, is steadily picking up an avid following.


Andrew Seabrook published: 18 Jan, 2013

Graduates of New Zealand Bloodstock’s yearling sales continue to be a dominant force whether at home, in Australia or other parts of the world.


Craig Cameron published: 10 May, 2013

Over the last few years the newly founded BC3 Thoroughbreds has become a major player in the Australian bloodstock industry.


Alastair Pulford published: 05 Aug, 2012

Over the last decade or so Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid al Maktoum’s Darley Australia has been playing an increasingly significant part in the development of nation’s thoroughbred industry.


Jeff Kruger published: 12 Aug, 2013

In the years since being established in 1956 at Warwick, on Queensland’s Darling Downs, the Kruger family’s Lyndhurst Stud has been a significant player in the Australian bloodstock industry.


Greg Willis published: 02 Aug, 2013

For a long-time now the Willis family’s Chatswood Stud has been playing a significant part in the development of the Victorian thoroughbred breeding industry.


Brian Gorman published: 09 Aug, 2013

Over the last half-a-century there have been few better known or important names in the thoroughbred industry than that of the late Robert Sangster, who became renowned as an international racing mogul.


Philip Campbell published: 16 Aug, 2013

The Campbell family’s Blue Gum Farm has set a high standard since it began standing the Nonoalco horse Noalcoholic at its newly founded property near Euroa in central Victoria in 1984.


David Chester published: 20 Dec, 2013

There can be no better way to start the annual round of yearling sales in Australia and New Zealand than with the Gold Coast Magic Millions offering.


Peter Ellis published: 27 Dec, 2013

The last 12 months have been quite enthralling as far as the Australian racing scene is concerned.

In the opening months of the year the feats of Black Caviar captured the attention and imagination of the Australian public and people around the world.


James Price published: 10 Jan, 2014

The Inglis Sydney Classic Yearling Sale - Summer Book follows on quickly from the Gold Coast Magic Millions Yearling Sale.


Michael Ford published: 31 Jan, 2014

The Australian Stud Book is respected as one of the foremost publications in the world of the thoroughbred.


Tony Williams published: 22 Feb, 2014

As the 2014 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale, at Newmarket on April 8, 9 and 10, draws closer the activity around the sale is gathering momentum.


Andrew Harding published: 28 Feb, 2014

The Asian Racing Federation is the peak regional body for thoroughbred racing in Asia, Australia, Arabia and South Africa.


Vin Cox published: 14 Apr, 2014

Over the last 20 years Sri Lankan businessman Muzaffar Yaseen’s Teeley Assets has developed one of Australia’s most successful thoroughbred dynasties.


Sue Ellis published: 25 Jul, 2014

Now under ownership of a Hong Kong-based company Victoria’s Eliza Park International is recognized as a major player on the Australian thoroughbred scene.


Ross Hatton published: 01 Aug, 2014

Since being founded in the late 1960s by the fabled Colin Hayes Lindsay Park Stud at Angaston in South Australia has, for the main part, been a leading player on the Australian thoroughbred breeding scene.


Adam White published: 15 Aug, 2014

For over a century the land on which Vinery Australia sits – the property originally operated under the Segenhoe Stud banner – has been the breeding ground for high quality racehorses.


Jonathan D'Arcy published: 22 Aug, 2014

The countdown to the Inglis yearling sales in 2015 has already begun.

On August 1 entries for the company’s Sydney Classic Summer Book, Melbourne Premier, Australian Easter, VOBIS Gold, Sydney Classic Autumn Book and Scone yearling sales closed.


Joe McGrath published: 09 Sep, 2014

This year the Melbourne Cup – now sponsored by Emirates – will be run for the 154th time at Flemington on November 4.

As a lead up to the event which, quite literally stops the nation, the Victoria Racing Club conducts its now traditional Melbourne Cup Tour.


David Chester published: 12 Sep, 2014

With Gerry Harvey calling in his debt Magic Millions will hold a massive unreserved sale of the holdings of Nathan Tinkler’s Patinack Farm operation.

The sale, which is said to be the largest private dispersal in Australian history, will take place on both sides of the annual Gold Coast Magic Millions Two-Year-Olds-in-Training Sale.


Fin Powrie published: 19 Sep, 2014

It is not widely known that racing began in Bahrain – a small island country situated near the western shores of the Persian Gulf – has a history dating back to 1948.

 Over the years since, as Dubai and other desert regions have come to international racing prominence, Bahrain has tended to languish behind.


Tony Williams published: 10 Oct, 2014

Since being established in 2010 by Henry Field, Newgate Farm has quickly been developed into one of the leading and most progressive studs in Australia.

As Henry says development has been based on a “simple, yet effective approach” of concentrating on “quality bloodstock and quality people”.


Peter Ellis published: 17 Oct, 2014

Over the years there has been no more competitive race on the Australian calendar than the Cox Plate at Moonee Valley.

Since its inception in 1922 the event has been won by the greats of the turf.


Andrew Birch published: 31 Oct, 2014

New Zealand Thoroughbred Marketing chief executive Andrew Birch has already put together quite an impressive record in the racing industry.

After securing a degree in marketing and international business Andrew began working with NZTM in 2001 and later joined auction house New Zealand Bloodstock.


Cameron Croucher published: 07 Nov, 2014

Over the last 30 years or so the international transportation of thoroughbreds has been on an ever-increasing spiral.

Along the way the internalization of the racing and breeding industries has been accompanied by a more positive world wide approach to quarantine regulations.

This, in turn, has led to an increase in the demands for international flights and a continual upgrading of the techniques involved in transporting such a valuable commodity.


New Zealand Bloodstock published: 21 Nov, 2014

When Chris Waller and a group of his owners decided to purchase yearlings with Derby-winning potential their immediate target became the New Zealand Bloodstock offering at Karaka.

Among Waller’s purchases with this in mind, was a youngster by Cambridge Stud’s eminently successful stallion Zabeel from the Flying Spur mare Better Alternative, who was a winner over 2000m


David Chester published: 28 Nov, 2014

The burgeoning market in China for Australian thoroughbreds has received a boost following the Free Trade Agreement reached with the federal government.

As a result the import tariffs on racehorses going into China will be totally removed over the next few years.


Sam Fairgray published: 19 Dec, 2014

No doubt Sydney’s champion trainer Chris Waller will be foremost amongst the buyers at the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale at Newmarket on February 8, 9 and 10.

In past seasons graduates of the sale have had special memories for Waller with Triple Honour being his stable’s first Group 1 winner and Pressday being his first two-year-old winner at the elite level.


Petrea Vela published: 16 Jan, 2015

The two-day New Zealand Bloodstock Premier Yearling Sale will commence on January 26.

That is Australia Day but this will not prevent breeders, owners trainers and bloodstock agents crossing the Tasman Sea to be at Karaka.

The Premier will be followed by the Select sale from January 28 to 30 and the Festival sale on February 1.


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