Capricornia Sale Graduates continue to Perform at the Top Level

Myrtle Miss and her Trainer, Tim Cook

Capricornia Yearling Sale graduate Looks Like The Cat was gallant in defeat last Sunday, running second to the highly impressive Rich Enuff in the Group Three Caulfield Guineas Prelude. At present he is holding down third favouritism behind Rich Enuff and the Gai Waterhouse trained Almalad for the Group One Caulfield Guineas to be held […]

Attention: Vendors for 2015 Capricornia Yearling Sale

Our committee would like to thank all of our vendors for their continuing support of our sale and welcome new vendors to our annual event. The past two years have shown that there is a strong local buying bench for our yearlings and we are also increasingly attracting new buyers to our sale. We tried […]

and Scores a Group 2 Second

Looks Like the Cat

  Saturday’s Group 2 Danehill Stakes (1200m) at Flemington saw 2013 Capricornia Sales Graduate ‘Looks Like The Cat’, demonstrate why gun trainer Tony Gollan insisted owners bypass the local Capricornia 2YO Classic in April 2014 as he had “bigger fish to fry”. “This is a Group horse!” he said.  “I think he’s a natural miler as […]

Another Sale Graduate Lines Up For A Group 2

Looks Like The Cat has accepted for the Gr 2 VRC Danehill S. on Saturday, while locally, “Mighty Savannah” earned owners $6,500 on winning the Be a Man Get a Check Maiden at Rockhampton on Prostate Cancer Awareness Day.

Two Year Olds Firing Up

Rothesay_Eagle Farm

 Trackwork at Callaghan Park  after day light is a treasure trove of 2 year olds all displaying their potential at the present. Jump outs are planned near the end of September and barrier trials in early October to qualify for the QTIS Breeders Plate. Talking with Lyle Rowe who is impressed with First Season sire […]

Sequalo leading numerical sire for August 30


SEVEN winners on Saturday August 30, including a treble at the Sunshine Coast, gave the 2013-14 champion Queensland sire Sequalo (pictured) the honour of being most successful sire numerically for Australia on the day. At the same time it took this long time good servant of the Kruger’s Lyndhurst Stud at Warwick score for August, […]

Carrara’s First Foal Born

Carrara Colt

An Exciting Winner Returns, RJC & Prostate Cancer + a Local to Make His Mark


Last Saturday’s Brisbane  winner of the  Open 3YO  Hcp in ‘Aimee’ reminded me what a strong dose of top sprint blood her sire  ‘Exceedingly Good’ possess from the cross of Exceed and Excel and Snippets.  Exceedingly Good’ has been churning out the racetrack performers and before Saturdays Metro winner, Aimee, who is now bound for […]

Patinack Farm Bid Farewell

  I was talking with Patinack Farm’s Stud Manager, Ben Lawrence, this morning about how matters were in general regarding the upcoming Sale. Ben advised that everyone was working hard to have the horses at their peak condition on the Sale days and that everything was progressing smoothly. He explained that after the sale his […]