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. Star Thoroughbreds exclusively offers shares in horses to be trained by Australia's premier trainer, Chris Waller.
I Am Invincible's star son Brazen Beau kicked off his autumn campaign with a sensational second placing to world champion sprinter Lankan Rupee in the Group I VRC Lightning Stakes at Flemington Saturday. Purchased by Darley over the summer and due to retire to stud at Darley Victoria later this year, Brazen Beau looks primed for further success.
Three year old Manhattan Rain filly, ONDINA relished the Randwick mile when winning on Wednesday under a "gem of a ride" by in form apprentice, Winona Costin. The filly jumped quickly and took up the running of the 1,600 metres event. ONDINA travelled comfortably in her leading position, dictating the terms of the race throughout. The filly showed a strong will to win as she fought to the line, holding off her competitors to win by a neck.
Deceased stallion Beneteau, a son of sire of sires Redoute's Choice, once again proved what a huge loss he has been to the Australian breeding industry with one of his offspring stealing the show at Tuesday's Magic Million Sales in Perth.
We have been able to buy some top quality horses over the years, but few have enjoyed a stellar race career as exceptional as 5 year old mare, DRIEFONTEIN. Originally purchased by STAR at the Magic Millions sale for $75,000 DRIEFONTEIN (Fastnet Rock x Follow Gold) has been a top class performer for well over 3 years now although to many people, it may seem longer than that. Throughout her illustrious career, the mare has raced in 4 states.
Darley headliner Medaglia D'Oro (USA) sired his second consecutive winner of the Group I Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap as Mshawish posted an impressive win on Saturday, becoming the 12th Group I winner for his sire.