Three from three for Miss Bullion

Bullion Girl became the first filly since Aftanoondelite, back in 2009, to win the SA Trotters Derby and the Oaks in the same year when the daughter of Wishing Stone held on to beat All The Trix by half neck with another filly Hayoak in third spot.

Trained and driven by Shaun Adams.

Bullion Girl is the third foal of her dam Miss Bullion who has left Bullion Harry a dual Group winner and $176,290 in prize money to date and seven-time winner Bullion Lady.

Miss Bullion has a yearling by Father Patrick to come.

Yearling Sales taking shape.

Yearling sale season is fast approaching, New Zealand Bloodstock has a 393 yearlings catalogued the sale dates are  Sunday 18 February in Auckland and run across two days on Tuesday 20 February and Wednesday 21 February in Christchurch.

APG kick off on the Gold Coast on January 28 Melbourne on February 4, Sydney February 25, and Perth March 3.

Nutrien are holding their Queensland sale at Albion Park on February 11, Sydney March 10, Bathurst March 24 Melbourne April 14

Nutrien will also conduct the Tasmanian sale on behalf of Tasracing at Carrick on Friday January 26.

Garrards Redcliffe Yearling Sale is scheduled for March 24.

Lettucereason puts her name forward for Broodmare of The Year Award.

Broodmare Lettucereason had a superb week last Saturday Leap To Fame smashed the track record winning the Queensland Cup in a mile rate of 1.51.1, three days later his half-brother Swayzee (pictured above) took on the Kiwis across the ditch in the New Zealand Cup and broke the Kiwi hearts taking the major prize.

The half brother look likely to clash at ID23 next month.

Lettucereason surely is the frontrunner for the national Broodmare of the Year award in 2023.

Both Leap To Fame and Swayzee where bed by Paul Kahlefeldt’s Redbank Lodge Standardbreds of Wagga Wagga