Established by Denise Martin in 1994, premier Australasian syndication company Star Thoroughbreds offers high quality horses sought from the leading yearling sales, to race in share partnerships. Over 20 years of racetrack success has been the hallmark to the longevity of the now famous Star Thoroughbreds purple and white stars racing colours.
We were delighted to watch our 3 year old gelding CONFEDERATE salute on debut at Hawkesbury on Saturday. The son of Charge Forward was a Magic Millions yearling purchase and lead all the way on testing track conditions to win for jockey, Adam Hyeronimus.
We were thrilled to see our 3 year old filly, MUSCOVADO break her maiden status on Saturday at Kembla Grange. The daughter of Big Brown (USA) was a 2013 Magic Millions purchase and is raced by an "all girls" syndicate. She is cleverly named, being a half sister to Stakes winner Sugar Babe , as Muscovado is a type of brown sugar!
Standing at one of the state's premier thoroughbred farms in Glenlogan Park, Rothesay is a sire that always has had an enormous boom on him and, with his oldest progeny now two year-olds, it won't be long before we are seeing exactly what they can produce on the racetrack.
We were very happy to see our 3 year old Sebring gelding SHAFTESBURY break his maiden status last Friday at Wyong over 1,600 metres. The gelding was a Magic Millions purchase and with gelding and a little time to develop and mature, he put his best foot forward last week to win in eye catching fashion.
ECHO GAL proved too strong for her contenders when resuming yesterday at Canterbury over 1,100 metres. It was wonderful to see the now 3 year old daughter of Stratum regain her early 2 year old form, when she won on debut at Warwick Farm last December. This dominant 4 lengths win saw her shoot to Magic Millions favouritism but unfortunately it wasn't to be. The filly disappointed on both of her Queensland starts and was found to have a heart arrhythmia.