Latest News from Australian Bloodstock

Plenty on the line for Brave Smash at Moonee Valley

Sep 06, 2017

Former Japanese galloper Brave Smash is better than a four-to-one chance of taking a slot in The Everest but his hopes hang on another bold run at Moonee Valley on Saturday.\Brave Smash made a big ...

ATC ANNOUNCES SHORTLIST OF FIVE RUNNERS FOR ITS SLOT IN THE EVEREST

Sep 05, 2017

The Australian Turf Club has today shortlisted five runners as it continues its negotiations to partner with a runner in the $10 million The Everest at Royal Randwick on 14 October.The five horses in ...

All eyes on Brave Smash for The Everest’s international hopes

Aug 30, 2017

There has been much consternation over the lack of an international runner for The Everest but slot holders for the $10 million race will be watching a Japanese horse making his Australian debut in ...

Lees Stayer In Tune For Wyong Cup

Aug 30, 2017

Newcastle trainer Kris Lees will rely on another veteran to chase back-to-back Wyong Gold Cup victories on Friday provided the track isn’t too firm.Lees, successful in last year’s Wong Cup with ...

Admire Deus set to battle ex stablemate

Aug 30, 2017

Talented Japanese stayer Admire Deus remains on a path to the Melbourne and Caulfield Cups but will now fly the Australian flag.The multiple Group Two winner is second favourite ($15) for the ...

Spring Futures : The main targets for Australian Bloodstock

Aug 28, 2017

The Australian Bloodstock team look set for a big spring carnival, with the Caulfield Cup, Melbourne Cup and even The Everest firmly on the agenda.We had a chat with co-director Jamie Lovett to see ...

SHARING IN AUSTRALIAN BLOODSTOCK”S GOOD TIMES

Jul 18, 2017

BY his own admission, DAVID BARTHOLOMEUSZ says he made some “really poor decisions” in racing a few decades ago.“Additionally, in the early 1990s I got involved with a property at Yarramalong ...

Red Cardinal wins $400,000 US Belmont Gold Cup

Jun 13, 2017

AUSTRALIAN Bloodstock co-director Luke Murrell believes Red Cardinal shapes as a better Melbourne Cup prospect than Protectionist was before his 2014 win.The Hunter syndication company, which shot to ...

5 from 6 for Plein Ciel

May 29, 2017

Weir said he has a high opinion of former German stayer Plein Ciel, who made it five wins from six starts when he won the Ladbrokes Handicap (1600m).“He’s an exciting prospect. He was bit more ...

​NEVER LOOK A GIFT HORSE IN THE MOUTH

May 26, 2017

NEVER LOOK A GIFT HORSE IN THE MOUTHBELINDA O’CONNELL knows how to “excel”!In search of a novel gift for her husband Dane’s 30th birthday late last year, she hit upon the idea of buying him a ...

RED CARDINAL IS THE

May 15, 2017

Red Cardinal is the best "marathon horse" in the German galloping competition: the longest local group, the 46th Comer Group International Oleander race (group II, 70,000 euros), over 3,200 meters in ...

Australian Bloodstock Celebrate German Success

May 15, 2017

Classy stayer Red Cardinal staked an early claim for the Melbourne Cup when taking out the Group II Oleander-Rennen at Hoppegarten in Germany on Sunday for Australian Bloodstock.Trained by Andreas ...

Australian Bloodstock Chasing European Success This Weekend

May 14, 2017

Tara Madgwick - Wednesday, 10 May 2017The Australian Bloodstock team of Luke Murrell and Jamie Lovett have enjoyed a fruitful run since the start of the year with numerous Australian stakes victories ...

Doomben Cup 2017: Articus on track

May 08, 2017

HUNTER-based syndicators Australian Bloodstock hope a cancelled flight to Queensland proves a blessing in disguise for Articus when he finally makes the trip for the Doomben Cup (2000 ...

Goldstream victorious in $100,000 Adelaide feature

May 02, 2017

Goldstream continues to relax in his races and is finally showing signs of his European form under the guidance of Darren Weir. Ridden a treat by the in form Damian Lane Goldstream will now look to ...

NOW ON HIS OWN RACING “AVENUE”

May 02, 2017

CLAUDE Renshaw is from a family steeped in racing tradition.His father (also Claude) raced the brilliant and versatile Group 1 performer Shaftesbury Avenue (trained by the late Bart Cummings), who ...

FROM A GILGRANDA MAIDEN TO WINNING THE MELBOURNE CUP

Apr 24, 2017

FROM A GILGRANDA MAIDEN TO WINNING THE MELBOURNE CUPIT’S a mighty long way from winning a maiden race at Gilgandra to standing in the winner’s stall at Flemington and celebrating a Melbourne Cup ...

DELECTATION THRILLED THE COLOGNE GALLOP FOR THE CLASSICS

Apr 18, 2017

Internationals can hardly be a triumph in galloping competition than in the Karin Baronin of Ullmann-Schwarzgold races (Group III, 55,000 Euros, 1,600 m), one of the most important preparatory races ...

Mongolian Wolf salutes in the Frank Packer Plate.

Apr 18, 2017

Champion Kiwi trainer Murray Baker has dominated the Sydney three-year-old staying features during the autumn carnival and he again played his part in the outcome of the $150,000 Group III Frank ...

Could a Japanese runner scale the Everest?

Apr 05, 2017

A Japanese galloper could be a left field contender for the $10 million Everest in October.Syndicator Australian Bloodstock has purchased two Japanese performers with the entire Brave Smash a ...

BIG DUKE JUSTIFIES SYDNEY CUP FAVOURITISM IN CHAIRMAN’S HANDICAP

Apr 05, 2017

PUNTERS were a little cautious about backing Big Duke after a gut-busting run in the Manion Cup last start, but it dispelled fears with ease.The Darren Weir-trained superstar lived up to its Sydney ...

Australian Racing EXCLUSIVE

Mar 21, 2017

Partnership Opportunities available.2 Japaneses imported Colts to arrive on our shores for the Spring of 2017

Big Duke takes out Group 3 Manion Cup

Mar 20, 2017

For a trainer that has dominated Victorian racing for multiple seasons now, Weir's victory with Big Duke at Rosehill on Saturday was an overdue one, after 14 winless starters.Big Duke ($4) and Lloyd ...