With all eyes on Winx in the great mares final farewell to the turf at Randwick, ANAHEED also gave the Snowden Racing team plenty to cheer about when Tim Clark won the Percy Sykes Stakes in a thrilling finish!


Meanwhile at Ascot in the WATC Derby, punters who took the short odds on REGAL POWER were left hanging until the final strides when the very smart Pierro gelding from the Grant & Alana Williams stable saluted whilst BOYAGIN had a great run scoring a win for Pope Racing.


Queensland clients had a clean up in Eagle Farm which included another win for the Snowden Racing team after SPIN came from well back to score impressively. Ryan Maloney teamed up with Brett Cavanough who would have been delighted with LONGBOTTOMs victory - now undefeated from two starts. RACECOURSE ROAD delivered for Munce Racing and Jeff Lloyd to the delight of favourite backers while Steven ODea and Proven Thoroughbreds continued their winning run - this time with SCALLOPINI.


Racing at The Heath in Caulfield saw smiles on plenty of clients faces highlighted by the Listed win of MISS LEONIDAS in the Bel Esprit Stakes for loyal partners Dwyer Racing. The day started with Wez Hunter who used the claim of Jess Eaton to advantage to win with CALL IT A DAY while Michael Poy continued the run for apprentices when Dan OSullivan trained mare TRULY DISCREET scored. Mick Kent would also have been delighted with the victory of TARWIN who is building a strong record.


A Group 3 win for HARD EMPIRE would have brought great delighted to the Jolly Racing stable with a strong hard fought victory while LIL KONTRA was back in the winners circle for Ryan Balfour at Morphettville on Saturday.


Australian Bloodstock had an impressive win with SHRAAOH and the winners rolled in for All-Star Mile winning stable Trinder Racing who had a huge day with four winners in Tasmania on Sunday - three ridden by Anthony Darmanin!


Congratulations to all our overseas winning trainers; Dan Meagher and James F Peters in Singapore; G and G Richardson and Parker and Fraser J Auret in New Zealand and Sean Tarry in South Africa.


On what was a historic weekend of racing, well done to all our winners. Good luck on the track this week.


Image: Steve Hart - AAP