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Mark Smith – Saturday July 13 Punters were on the ball in Saturday’s Everest Carnival Handicap (1100m) for two-year-olds at Rosehill when they made Spendthrift Farm’s $1,550,000 Snitzel colt the 15/8 favourite at his career debut. Trained by Hawkes Racing,

Blue-Blood Exceed and Excel Colt Wins G3 Tara Madgwick – Saturday August 25 The Group III ATC Ming Dynasty Quality at Rosehill on Saturday produced a thrilling contest with three highly promising three year-olds fighting out the finish. Blue-blooded Exceed

Danawi puts himself in the Group 1 picture Talented colt Danawi (Exceed And Excel) emerged as a legitimate contender for Group 1 races this spring, after he survived a stewards’ protest to win the Ming Dynasty Handicap (Gr 3, 1400m)

Sizzling Winner Salutes Again Tara Madgwick – Saturday June 30 Promising Sizzling two year-old The Fire Trap made it two wins from three starts when taking out the $70,000 Butler McDermott Law Classic at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday. Trained

Debut Win for Diva Daughter Tara Madgwick – Friday May 25 It was just like old times for Luke Currie went he piloted Divanation to an outstanding debut victory at Werribee on Friday. Divanation as a yearling The blue-blooded 3yo

More Easter Beauties from Milburn Creek Tara Madgwick – Thursday March 29 John and Trish Muir’s Milburn Creek is a stud renowned for success with a history for producing Group I winners such as Sizzling and Hampton Court and sale

Sizzling Filly Wins Magic Millions Adelaide 2YO Classic Tara Madgwick – Monday March 12 Just a day after Sizzling Belle ran the race of her life for a brave second in the Group III Black Opal Stakes in Canberra, her

Sepoy Filly Impressive Tara Madgwick – Wednesday March 7 Promising Sepoy filly Tarabai will not be out of place in Black Type races later in the carnival following her dominant victory at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. A debut winner at

Muir secures Sepoy filly with residual value Earlier yesterday, John Muir of Milburn Creek added a daughter of Sepoy to his thoroughbred portfolio, having earmarked her for his broodmare band after bloodstock agent Damon Gabbedy went to $400,000 to secure

Sizzling’s brother makes $1,600,000 The brother to Group One-winning Newgate Farm-based stallion Sizzling, by Australia’s reigning champion stallion Snitzel, was met with strong competition in the Magic Millions Sales ring before finally being sold to a syndicate for $1,600,000 late

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