MYSTIC JOURNEY claims victory in the Magic Millions Thomas Lyons Stakes

It was a match between Tassie's track superstars MYSTIC JOURNEY and HELLOVA STREET in the Magic Millions Thomas Lyons Stakes on Sunday at Hobart, but it was Adam Trinder  trained MYSTIC JOURNEY (pictured above) who came from behind to claim victory by half a length on her rival in the 1400m event. Anthony Darmanin rode the star filly to her eighth career win and is now bound for the Australian Guineas on March 2.

HELLOVA STREET's narrow defeat did not dampen spirits at Brunton Racing who continued to have a massive day on the track preparing 5 winners! AGREE TO, THE AUDITOR, FLIKPIX, MANDELA EFFECT and I REMEMBER YOU made for the memorable day.

A life changing moment for Richard Litt on Saturday at Warwick Farm when 2yo colt CASTELVECCHIO (pictured) came from last to stun favourites and score a stunning win in the $2 million Inglis Millennium over 1200m.  Congrats Richard, we look forward to what lies ahead for this exciting colt.

The G3 Eskimo Prince Stakes lived up the hypes when GEM SONG won a cracking edition of the race in a thrilling finish for the Kris Lees team. The wins didn't stop there as the stable also won the opener at Doomben when RAAY OF DREAMS broke her maiden status.

Also at Doomben, two of our great clients teamed up when the Proven Thoroughbreds and Steve O'Dea trained RECKLESS CHOICE saluted under a great Boris Thornton ride. Hearne Racing also hit the score board after ONE STRYKE gained a run as an emergency at odds of $31 and made his presence felt with a great win.

Darren Dance's Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock got off to a flying start at Caulfield on Saturday with the first two winners. Sandown Cup winner YOGI returned in style in the opening race while less than one hour later, CRACK THE CODE kept her unbeaten record intact for the preparation. Crack The Code's trainer Mick Price also enjoyed success after PRINCESS OF QUEENS enjoyed the drop back to mares company in the Group 3 Bellmaine Stakes.

SAMIZDAT made it a lucrative day at Pinjarra for Gangemi Racing  after scoring the Magic Millions WA 3yo Trophy while David Harrison trained JERICHO MISSILE took out the Magic Millions 2yo event. Jim Taylor  went home a winner after CAROCAPO got the job done, as did Wolfe Racing  with MY GREEK BOY who took out the final event under Daniel Staeck.  

Congratulations to all clients who found their way into the winner's circle.

Photo: CASTELVECCHIO storms home to win the $2 million Inglis Millennium for Richard Litt Racing. Courtesy of BRADLEY'S PHOTOGRAPHY.