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  • Spicer (Stryker-Indian Curry) won at Stawell on 30/10, trained by Darren Weir and ridden by Dean Yendall.  She was a graduate of the Inglis Great Southern Sale.
  • It’s a TRIFECTA for Burnewang North bred’s today (20/10) with So You Dream (So You Think-Dreamalittledream (IRE)) clocking up his 2nd win for connections at Bendigo  for trainer Robbie Griffiths and Brad Rawiller, Double The Magic (Magic Albert-She’s Double Gold) successfully travelling to SA to win at Morphettville for Darren Weir and team and King Caesar (Snitzel-Fashion Black) breaking his maiden at Wagga for Wayne Carroll.
  • Weidman (Haradasun-Presidential Suite) won the fourth at Donald for trainers Michael & Luke Cerchi and jockey Dylan Dunn on 9/10/18.  His second win for connections.
  • Misscino (Smart Missile-Limoncino) ridden by Harry Coffey and trained by Darren Weir won nicely at Tatura on 7/10.
  • Bonney (Denman-Valour) raced in syndicate with our Rochester friends leads from the front to win nicely at Wangaratta on 4/10.  She is trained by the Ledger Family.
  • The ever consistent Resistant (Choisir-Swinging Babe) won over 1200m for Yulong Investment connections at Wuhan in China.  The stakes placed performer in Australia has taken his winnings to well over $400,000.
  • Queen of Kingston (Nicconi-Chloe Rose) makes it 5 career wins to date with another first passed the line on 30/9 at Ballina for trainer Daniel Bowen.
  • Transact (Dundeel-Rap Tale) trained by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott makes it back to back wins with an impressive win at Newcastle on 29/9 over 2300m.  The progressive 3yo colt will now head to Melbourne for his next races.
  • Rapture Miss (Smart Missile-Rap Tale) wins with a dead heat at Moruya on 28/9 for Matthew Dale and owner, our close friend and associate Eric Lucas.
  • RIP Steve Brem  It is with much sadness that the Burnewang North team say goodbye to our learned colleague Steve Brem after his long fight with illness.  Steve was generous with his time and knowledge, a great friend, a true gentleman and will be sorely missed by all.
  • Count Nicconi (Nicconi-Paymistress) wins nicely at Geelong for trainer Ray Besanko and jockey Chris Symons on 21/9.
  • Vivendi (Equiano-Hidden Charges) relishes the change of scenery after her move to Albury and Mitchell Beer’s stable saluting on 17/9 at Corowa.  She was a graduate of our 2016 Melbourne Premier Draft.
  • Transact (Dundeel-Rap Tale) trained by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott continued the excellent run of Dundeel’s 3yo’s winning impressively after leading from start to finish at Cessnock on 17/9.
  • Misscino (Smart Missile-Limoncino) convincingly broke her maiden on Sunday 9th September after having finished 2nd on 8 previous occasions.  The Darren Weir trained filly won for her connections at Casterton.
  • Menina, a 3yo daughter of Exelebration broke her maiden for trainer David Brideoake at only her second start on Sunday at Geelong.  Menina is a daughter of Burnewang North broodmare Scarlet Vanhara – we look forward to watching her progress.
  • Day one of the 2019 breeding season brought with it a triple of Burnewang North-bred winners.  Apoloboom (Kaphero-Apologies) chalked up his 9th victory winning The Dalby Cup, Arctic Circle (Testa Rossa-Polar) also won at Dalby and Queen of Kingston (Nicconi-Chloe Rose) winning for connections at Grafton. 
  • Moruya is the place to be today!  Another Burnewang North-bred Rapture Miss (Smart Missile-Rap Tale) making her first start for six months, rocketed home from last place at the top of the straight to win the Class 2 over 1435 metres, a great effort first-up.  This enigmatic mare hasn’t been further back than 5th in 10 career starts; there’s no doubt the ability is there and full credit to trainer Matthew Dale.  Rapture Miss is the seventh Burnewang North-bred winner in August to date.
  • Dashtorush (Sebring-Limoncelli) appreciated every metre of the 1660 metres at Moruya today 19 August to break his maiden. The Burnewang North-bred is the second winner from 2 to race out of his dam who is an Encosta de Lago half-sister to Group winners Girl Gone Rockin’ and Syreon and a daughter of G2 winner Sorrento.
  • Well-travelled weekend warrior Ayers Rock (Nicconi-Vintage Rock) bobbed up in Adelaide on 18 August and made every post a winner over 2000m, gripping on tenaciously.  It was the Burnewang North-bred Flemington stakeswinner’s fourth victory for trainer Shawn Mathrick.
  • Another Burnewang North-brand-bearer saluted on 12 August at Sunshine Coast in the form of Pinch Passion (Denman-Valentine Rose).  The 4YO was registering his third success and took his earnings past the $100k mark.
  • It didn’t take long for new season winners numbers two and three to stand up. Gracing the track for the first time in six months, having been placed at her first three starts, Burnewang North bred Spicer (Stryker-Indian Curry) powered home to graduate from maidens at Warracknabeal today 7 August.  Spotted at a Great Southern Weanling Sale by Darren Weir, Spicer was a value-for-money $8,500 purchase.  She is a half-sister to a former useful filly in Queensland, Fallen For You.  Three days earlier, Podium Bound (Equiano-Chloe Rose) scored at Coonamble.
  • Our first winner for the new season! Burnewang North-bred and part-owned mare Aphrodite Rock (Commands-Vintage Rock) scored her second victory from just four starts on the Geelong synthetic today 3 August.  Jockey Regan Bayliss played a waiting game at the tail of the field until letting her go around the others on the home turn, a run which she sustained right to the line. Aphrodite Rock is a half-sister to stakeswinner Ayers Rock (Nicconi) and to Hong Kong-based Good Days Artie Schiller).
  • Di Wang Feng Fan (Hard Spun-Apologies) won again over 1200m at Yulong Racetrack at the weekend.  See the race – he’s number 3 in red and yellow silks – and the jockey’s victory salute here
  • Win number 8 for the hardy Burnewang North-bred Apoloboom (Kaphero-Apologies) at Doomben 7 July. He’s a half-brother to Di Wang Feng Fan (below).  Apoloboom’s earnings have now topped $180,000, he’s been a fun horse for a $15,000 Melbourne Premier 2 buy.
  • Yulong (China) winner Di Wang Feng Fan is by Hard Spun and is one of four Burnewang North-bred winners out of the Giant’s Causeway mare Apologies. Di Wang Feng Fan was a $90,000 2015 Inglis Classic Sale yearling and was exported to China unraced shortly thereafter.

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