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Twenty Grand Win A Major Boost For Sale

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

The 2010 Stakes was won by the late blooming Weasel Clause gelding Twenty Grand.  The $80,000 1200m listed race is the first leg of the Tasmanian WFA Triple Crown, with the listed 1400m Thomas Lyons Stakes and the listed 1600m George Adams Plate to follow.    Read more of this post

Silver Bullion Win A Major Boost

Monday, January 18, 2010

A half brother  to Saturdays listed Kensington Stakes winner Silver Bullion will offered at the 2010 Tasmanian Magic Millions yearling sale.  The grey Dash For Cash colt is catalogued as Lot 69 in the sale to be conducted in Launceston on 23 February.  The colt is also SuperVOBIS qualified.   Read more of this post

2010 Devonport Cup Another Triumph for the Tasmanian Yearling Sale

Saturday, January 09, 2010

Another example of Tasmanian-bred horses achieving outstanding results in Tasmanian feature races, was the recent $120,000 Devonport Cup, held on 6 January 2010.  This year, it was the Savoire Vivre mare, With Decorum, that claimed the Cup in emphatic style.   Read more of this post

$160,000 of On-going Bonuses for Tasmanian Yearling Buyers

Thursday, January 07, 2010

Chairman of Tasracing Brian Speers is pleased to announce a new joint initiative, with thoroughbred breeding industry body TasBreeders, of a Yearling Sale Graduates Race Series.   Read more of this post

2010 Catalogue Packed With Black Type Performers

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

The 2010 crop of yearlings are known as the EI yearlings, as they were conceived in the season of the crippling outbreak.  Accordingly, many of the people involved in the organisation and management of the annual Tasmanian sale privately expressed concern at the potential decline in quality of the 2010 offering.   Read more of this post

Newmarket Meeting Triumph for Tasmanian Bred Gallopers

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

One of Tasmania‚Äôs most prestigious race days has been dominated by locally bred gallopers. The Newmarket Hcp meeting held at Launceston on 22 November included three feature races, the $80,000 (Listed) Newmarket Hcp, the $60,000 3yo Cup and the $30,000 2yo Alfa Bowl.  Read more of this post

Why Buy A Tasmanian Bred Yearling

Monday, November 23, 2009

The Australian yearling sale calendar is jam-packed with choice for buyers of Australian yearlings. With so much choice on offer, why buy a Tasmanian yearling?  Read more of this post

There's More to Tasmanian-Bred Success Stories Than Piping Lane and Beer Street

Saturday, November 07, 2009

Tasmanian breeders are continually upgrading the quality of their broodmare stock to meet the demands of the growing number of discerning buyers. As a result, the success of Tasmanian bred horses racing at black type level has increased significantly in recent years.  Read more of this post