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The Closer is a Classic

HER win on debut was reminiscent of her sire’s first-up victory in New Zealand. Her run was filled with merit. Here was a filly with plenty of upside.
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Vancouver and Rich Enuff

Two new girls have joined our growing band of fillies and mares at Glentree South, our agistment farm at Modewarre, near Geelong and Victoria’s Surf Coast.
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Our new filly by Starspangledbanner

WE loved Lot 68 at the Melbourne Premier sale, the yearling filly by Starspangledbanner from Sean Baile Mor, a Cape Cross mare, so we snapped her up.
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How will the new boys go?

HERE’S THREE OF THE BEST The best game in town as we head into the yearling sales is to pick the new sires that will make their mark. Many will try – only a few will fly high.
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Syndicate christmas celebrations

It was a day of bubbles and horses for syndicate members as they watched the races from a different perspective on Saturday. Our gathering was at the private entertaining area at the Aaron Purcell stables at Caulfield.
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Combative wins…

It’s unusual to see a Savabeel filly in the Melbourne yearling sale, but that’s where we found Combative, who won at her third start last weekend. She was Lot 13 at the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale in 2016, a well-grown brown filly offered by...
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Star Kingdom

THE GAME CHANGER The Danehill dynasty has made a mighty mark on Australian breeding, but it is 50 years since the real game changer passed away, his weary head in the arms of his handler, at Baramul Stud in the Widden Valley of NSW....
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The horses arrive

Now arriving, the new residents of Glentree South, the home of Thompson Creek Thoroughbreds. The first horses have come from Caulfield and Cranbourne trainers, who sent them after inspecting the yards and paddocks of the Modewarre property, which has returned to its former life...
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