Creswick Winner Is Holleran’s Hero
When it comes to heroes, Rhys Holleran claims you need look no further than Lord Von Costa. In Saturday’s Listed AR Creswick Final at Flemington, Lord Von Costa was going to win it, then he wasn’t, then he did. An absolute nail-biter right down to the wire.
First Up For Ethan
After a somewhat frustrating run of seconds it was great to see the talented Gangstar's Curse break through for a deserved victory at Cranbourne on Friday night.
Runner up at each of his previous three outings, Gangstar's Curse had been gallant in defeat every time and he again showed that he has plenty of heart by getting up in a close finish.
Trifecta for Redente
It is no mean feat for a stallion to sire a trifecta, especially when said stallion is a horse who has only ever served small books of mares, so to do the job he really has to prove an upgrader.
Which is exactly what the unraced but regally bred Redente is, the son of Redoute's Choice and Stella Cadente overcoming the odds to prove himself a stallion worthwhile of attention.
Five Winners in Five Days for Redente
Five winners in five days - it has been a great week for Riverbank Farm's in-form stallion Redente.
Doing the job despite limited opportunities, the unraced but extremely well bred son of Redoute's Choice and the Group One mare Stella Cadente is proving quite the upgrade and the best is still to come.
Russell Osborne out to break metro maiden
A piece of family history is in the offing for Benalla trainer Russell Osborne, when he saddles up the intriguingly named pair Flying Ferret and Pretty Possum at Wednesday’s Caulfield meeting.