From TDN: Les Ross’ 2-year-old Kobayashi gelding Mishani Rock took Toowoomba’s juvenile contest on Saturday, the 1000-metre Pat O’shea QTIS Plate.
From Breednet: Trainer Less Ross and owner Mike Cooks’ Mishani Enterprises had six of the nine staters for the first 2-year-old race of the season, Saturday’s Pat O’Shea 2yo Plate (1000m) at Toowoomba, and duly supplied the trifecta.
From Breednet: The second most expensive yearling by his sire Lean Mean Machine, Enxuto began paying his way at start two when successful over 1425m at Seymour on Sunday.
From Racing.com: Very rarely is a $3.9 million purchase of a racehorse viewed as cheap, but that may well be the case come the end of the spring with star mare Sunshine In Paris.
From TTR AusNZ: Just a few months ago, James Harron Bloodstock paid $3.9 million for brilliant mare Sunshine In Paris (Invader), who now races in John Camilleri’s Fairway Thoroughbreds colours. Now, he has the chance to recoup all of that, and then some.
From Breednet: It only seems fitting that a horse carrying the Aquis stud brand should be selected to represent them in the $20million Everest on October 14.
From ANZ Bloodstock: Sunshine In Paris (Invader) went someway to repaying the $3.9 million spent on her by prominent breeder John Camilleri at the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale earlier this year, when she added a second stakes win to her record in the Sheraco Stakes (Gr 2, 1200m) at Rosehill yesterday.
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From TTR AusNZ: The Annabel Neasham-trained Sunshine In Paris (Invader) made a massive statement for The Everest and the Golden Eagle in Saturday’s G2 Sheraco S.
From Breednet: Talented Invader mare Sunshine in Paris closed out her three year-old season with a win in the Group I ATC Surround Stakes and was then sold at the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale for a whopping $3.9million to James Harron Bloodstock.
From Breednet: The most expensive yearling by Invader sold in 2022, Coincide made it back to back metro wins when scoring a bold front running victory at Sandown on Wednesday for the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott stable.