Australian Standardbred Breeder's Association Inc.

PLEASE NO MORE SAME-DAY YEARLING SALES.

With the yearling sale drawing to a close in two weeks with the Nutrien Melbourne sale maybe the two sales organisations can put their heads together and not have two sales running around Australia on the same day. This year we saw the Adelaide and  Brisbane Sale held the same had in February and last week Redcliffe and Bathurst staged on the same date. It shouldn’t be too hard to sort.

ANOTHER WINNER FOR STAY HUNGRY.

First-season sire Stay Hungry had his sixth winner of the season when Snowiewillrev led from start to finish, in the Debutant Stakes at Launceston on March 30. A $40,000 purchase out of the 2023 Nutrien Melbourne Yearling Sale. Trained at Stowport on the Northwest Coast of Tasmania by Craig Hayes.

 In the ownership group of Snowiewillrev are Natone Football Club legend Rob Gillies, Mick “The Fruitman” Filleul, and Laurie Belbin (aka Snow).

ALL SYSTEMS GO FOR THE NULLARBOR.

The Nullarbor Slot race is fast approaching the 1.25 million dollar event still has some four slots still to be filled Bunbury Cup winner Jumpingjackmac looks likely to take the slot owned by Steve Walters and Gary Hall snr.

Having just his second start since runner-up in the WA Pacing Cup the Mach Three six-year-old did some work early before obtaining a trail, out outstayed a quality field that included Swingband, Lavra Joe and Never Ending which have already been allocated a slot.

Scoring Up Podcast will be broadcasting a weekly edition featuring the lead-up to the Nullarbor and the Fremantle Cup with Hayden King from this Wednesday evening look for it here on “X” or where you get your podcasts.

Road to Nullarbor chear episode 1 here:

 

SKY VALLEY SIRES FIRST TWO-YEAR-OLD TROTTING WINNER OF THE SEASON.

Shes Sky High, a filly by leading colonial sire Skyvalley, won the first two-year-old trotting race of the season at Maryborough. Bred by Carmen Abela, the filly is the first foal of the Angus Hall mare Peggyhall