DURENDAL secures a Group win for Gangemi Racing


The Spring Carnival in Melbourne officially came to an end and Mick Price Racing went out with a bang training a double. I Am Invincible filly STEAL MY KISSES got the day off to a flyer with an all the way debut win while PERSUADER is now a black-type winner saluting at odds of 30/1.

A trip east was successful for Perth based Neville Parnham who prepared MALIBU STYLE for another Melbourne victory. The stables success continued back home when DARK PROSPECT and Steven Parnham took out the final race.

Impressive filly ARCADIA QUEEN delivered Grant and Alana Williams their third WA Champion Fillies Stakes at Ascot on Saturday. Gangemi Racing also celebrated with a well deserved win from DURENDAL (pictured) in the G3 Reeves Stakes. Paul Jordan put the polish on SPECIALISM to go 2 from 2 now for the grey filly, while SPILLINOVA proved too good giving Jim Taylor a ticket to the winner’s circle.

A big day was enjoyed at Doomben after Tony Gollan went home with three winners! Two ridden by Brad Stewart and one by Jim Byrne, PONYTALES , $1.30 pop ZOUSTYLE and MOST IMPORTANT in a thrilling finish all saluted.

Proven Thoroughbreds were back in the winners circle thanks to TAMARACK outstaying his rivals at Rosehill. We love it when clients team up and that's what happened when Kim Waugh and Australian Bloodstock saluted with OUR CENTURY - an ex Lloyd Williams horse now succeeding for his new team. John Thompson didn't go home empty handed after SWEET DEAL went one better second-up to score.

Chris Crook and Imogen Miller were first on the board in Tasmania following a win from IRON THRONE, while progressive filly DIVI scored for Brunton Racing.

At Morphettville, Dalziel Racing found success with MR QUICKIE, while Richard Jolly Racing enjoyed more city success this week this time coming with KARLOVASI who bounced back to form - and in Darwin, Jason Manning claimed victory with MURPHY, while Gary Clarke picked up a double with KAPTAN APOLLO and JAVA.

Across the seas to international soil and it was all smiles for Lee Freedman following wins from stablemates AUGUSTANO and DREAMWEAVER in Singapore, while Sean Tarry, Glen Kotzen and Brett Crawford had success in South Africa.