Williams Racing continues to make headlines with ARCADIA QUEEN

The headlines continue for Grant and Alana Williams this time with ARCADIA QUEEN who blitzed the field at Ascot on Saturday to take out the G1 Kingston Town Classic - the second 3yo filly to ever do so. ARCADIA QUEEN made it 5 wins from her 6 career starts to bring the stable'™s tally to 5 Group wins so far this season! Owner, Bob Peters, has won the event 5 times and says this was the best win he has seen! Fellow WA compatriot, Jim Taylor, also found success at Ascot with So Secret mare, LUCKY ROAR.

MR QUICKIE is one of the most in form horses in Victoria for
Wylie Dalziel Roy Higgins Racing after making it four straight wins on Pakenham Cup Day on Saturday.

Mick Kent also went back-to-back with AMADEUS in a lucrative VOBIS Gold Bullion thanks to a gun Craig Williams ride while Ellerton Zahra Racing put the polish on PREZADO to get back into winning form. Grahame Begg Racing didn't miss out either with stable newcomer BEAUTY WAY making a winning Australian debut.

The winning run of
Tony Gollan continued with another stable double this time at Doomben. A MAN TO MATCH ended a frustrating run of placings while ex Victorian COLDSTONE enjoyed his first win in a new state. Hulbert Racing would have been delighted with the first win from OH FIVE GLORY, while Jenny Graham made the trip north from Port Macquarie worth its while with AWESOME PLUCK taking out the last race of the day.

John Thompson Racing enjoyed success at Rosehill when SWEET DEAL went back-to-back with Josh Parr in the saddle for Darby Racing. Ryan Balfour Racing was also back on the board when BALF'S CHOICE returned to winning form with Cory Parish in the saddle.

DIVI enhanced a great record when
Brunton Racing trained the Moshe filly to three straight wins from just four starts. Gary Clarke also did a great job in preparing DIVINE RED to salute in Darwin to the cheer of favourite backers.

Congratulations also to those winners on international soil -
Brett Crawford, Mike de Kock and Sean Tarry in South Africa; Fraser Auret and Nigel Tiley in New Zealand; and Singapore trainers Stephen Gray, Dan Meagher and Lee Freedman. A job well done!

Photograph: A jaw dropping 4.5L win by Arcadia Queen in the Kingston Town Classic, by Western Racepix