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Bacchus finds the line at Belmont


Consistent gelding Son Of Bacchus overcame a wide barrier after a string of minor placings to win the Iron Jack Hcp (1600m) at Belmont on Saturday.

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Almighty winner by Playing God


Bruce Almighty’s appetite for racing hasn’t diminished despite being under orders at least once a month since December.

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Playing God Priced Right


News that Group 1 filly Kay Cee will return for a Belmont winter campaign coincided with an interstate first for her sire Playing God.

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Son Of A God stays in WA


South-west breeder Shaun Maiden has turned down a sizeable offer for Son Of A God from Hong Kong.

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Rapidora reaches milestone for Oratorio


WA-bred mare Rapidora notched the 800th win for Oratorio (Aus) at Pakenham on April 9 and that’s earned her a Sandown assignment this weekend.

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First stakes winner for I’m All the Talk


Watch Me Dance has credited Mungrup Stud freshman I’m All the Talk with his first stakes winner in the G3 WA Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m).

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MTA wins for TMA Racing


I’m All The Talk's first-crop 2yo Em Tee Aye had a head-start on his rivals in the Amelia Park Hcp (1400m) at Ascot on Wednesday.

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Hot Tip for WATC Derby


TABtouch has firmed Red Hot Tip into $11 for the WATC Derby following his rapid rise through the ranks this month.

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Playing God hat-trick at Pinjarra


Son Of A God is on is a hat-trick for Mungrup Stud sire Playing God at the postponed Pinjarra meeting on Monday, March 30.

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Throwdown wins thriller in Great Southern


Adelaide trainer Gordon Richards was still celebrating his first Group 1 with Gytrash when paying $55,000 apiece for Mungrup Stud’s colts by Oratorio and I'm All the Talk at the Perth Magic Millions last month.

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Big Watch on Watch Me Dance


Watch out for Watch Me Dance in the G2 Karrakatta Plate (1200m) at Ascot on April 4.

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Parnham backs Playing God


Neville Parnham capped off another good week with Playing God when Bruce Almighty broke through in the Glenroy Chaff Maiden (1200m) on Saturday.

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Playing God activated for Magic Millions Sale


Mungrup Stud’s young gun Playing God maintained a narrow lead among active sires in WA after a winning double at Pinjarra on Saturday.

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Mungrup sire All The Talk in WA


Mungrup Stud freshman I’m All The Talk sired his first winner when Watch Me Dance launched a last-to-first burst in the TABtouch Maiden (1016m) at Bunbury on Monday.

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Winning Weapon by Oratorio


Weaponson continued the successful run for Serpentine trainer David Harrison with a three-length romp in the Budget Rental Hcp (1000m) at Ascot on Wednesday.

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Numbers adding up for Playing God


Playing God is laying the platform for a storied stud career that commences another chapter at Ascot this Saturday.

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Playing God creates history at Ascot


Mungrup Stud stallion Playing God created history at Ascot on Saturday when he became the first G1 Kingston Town Classic winner to go on and sire a winner of Perth’s signature weight-for-age event.

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Parnham plots Kingston Town win with Playing God


Neville Parnham trained Playing God to a G1 Kingston Town Stakes double in 2010-11 and he can win it again with the stallion’s high-class gallopers Kay Cee and Platoon this Saturday.

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Third stakes winner for Playing God


Mungrup Stud sire Playing God notched his third stakes winner on Melbourne Cup day courtesy of Kay Cee in the LR Burgess Queen Stakes (1400m) at Ascot.

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Platoon on track for Perth Masters


Platoon is on his way to the Group 1 Perth Masters following a superb first-up victory in the Seacorp Hcp (1400m) at Ascot.

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Initial prelims positive for I’m All The Talk


Mungrup Stud freshman I’m All The Talk has lived up to his name in prelims for the $70,000 Magic Millions Initial Plate (1000m) at Ascot this Saturday.

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I’m All The Talk convoy led by Convention


Ascot trainer Paul Jordan is a past-master at winning early juvenile races and his 2yo filly Convention can fit the bill this season.

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Heaven-sent whispers for Brockman


Veteran trainer Vern Brockman has a peerless reputation in the industry and now he’s being credited as a ‘horse-whisperer’ in Perth.

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Playing Gods showing potential


Bullsbrook trainer Steph Bakranich has been patient with Nerodio and it paid off when he scored first-up at Belmont on Saturday.

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Kay Cee going places for Playing God


Mungrup Stud stallion Playing God sired his third winner in four days when Kay Cee graduated from the midweeks to a clear-cut victory at Belmont on Saturday.

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Tapping Into A Lot


Gainesway Farm champion Tapit is going tit-for-tat with Spendthrift star Into Mischief for this year’s USA sires’ premiership as the current racing and sales season at Saratoga comes to a close on Monday.

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Playing on a Carousel


Kay Cee jumped aboard Playing God’s winning carousel with a convincing victory at Belmont on Wednesday.

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WA Finalist for Godolphin Awards


Mungrup Stud manager Stephanie Mitchell has been named as one of the finalists for the 2019 Godolphin Stud & Stable Staff Awards.

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Platinum power in Roebourne Cup


The West Australian journalist Steve Butler gave punters a timely tip for Saturday’s Roebourne Cup with a heart-warming preview on trainer Peter Bamford and his bush galloper Swift Platinum.

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Kirby claim Helps Lord


Lordhelpmerun made amends for an unlucky last-start loss with a tenacious victory at Belmont on Saturday.

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Highs and lows with Lordhelpmerun


Steve Wolfe has experienced the highs and lows of racing in the last week from dominating the Great Southern annual awards to facing the defeat of stable star Lordhelpmerun at Belmont.

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Playing God plays winning hand at Belmont


Mungrup Stud stallion Playing God played a winning hand with three of a kind at Belmont on Wednesday.

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Mungrup champion’s Milestone


Champion sire Oratorio posted a career milestone of 250 individual winners in April and his improving sprinter Finally French has gone right on with the job this month.

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Rogers resurrects Notta Mocha


Trainers Steve Wolfe and Roy Rogers are looking forward to successful winter seasons at Belmont after fighting out a closely-run trainers’ premiership in the Great Southern earlier this month.

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Winning Play by Webster


Veteran trainer Colin Webster reckons he’s got the key to the Playing Gods and it worked with Divine Quest at Ascot on Saturday.

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Pretty Style skips Karrakatta Plate


Oratorio filly Pretty Style ran out of time for this Saturday’s G2 Karrakatta Plate but she did earn $95,000 for her owner-breeders Mungrup Stud last week.

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Patience a virtue with Platoon


Platoon sparked a very successful weekend for Mungrup Stud with a Listed victory in the J C Roberts Quality (1800m) at Ascot on Saturday.

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Tight fight for second-season title


Western Australia’s second-season premiership is developing into a three-way battle heading into the back half of 2018-19.

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Express cuts loose at Ascot


Mungrup Stud has continued its winning run since the Magic Millions Yearling Sale starting with Express Flirt at Ascot last Wednesday.

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Oratorio surprise in Scenic Blast


Mungrup Stud maintained its run of winning updates over the weekend ahead of the Perth Magic Millions Sale.

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Ascot winner Firing for MM Trophy


Trainer Paul Jordan thought Fire And Rain could win the 2018 Magic Millions 2YO Classic until the Oratorio colt was sidelined with a leg injury.

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Misty Metal awesome in Miss Andretti


Another awesome front-running display by Misty Metal has propelled Oratorio into double figures for individual winners since Boxing Day.

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Shooter puts pedal to the Metal


Shaun McGruddy has built an outstanding strike-rate with Misty Metal winning 6 from 8 aboard the daughter of Oratorio.

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Rocket Man reminder from Rafaello


Jockey Barend Vorster could not help but give a nod to Singapore superstar Rocket Man when Rafaello got up by a nose in the Flying Fulton Stakes (1200m) on Sunday.

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Jungle Mist revival for Mungrup Stud


The Jungle Mist Classic turned full circle for Mungrup Stud when Misty Metal careered away in the Listed race for fillies & mares at Ascot on Saturday.

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Playing God filly a Classy Lassy


Wally Daly tempted fate when it came time to register a Playing God filly from his Due Sasso mare There’snonesosassy.

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Playing for keeps in WA Guineas


Playing God is all set to sire his third winner this week and he couldn’t find a more appropriate stage than the G2 WA Guineas (1600m) at Ascot.

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Wolfe praises the Lord


Steve Wolfe is in for a hectic afternoon with 17 horses entered for the opening meeting of the season at Albany this Sunday.

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Parnham pay-day with Jeraft


Jeraft has landed a rewarding plunge for Parnham Racing followers with a resounding victory in the Merrywell Hcp (1400m) at Ascot.

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Lord Helped by Albany Racing Club


Mungrup Stud stallion Playing God is coming off three maiden winners in a week and his star galloper Lordhelpmerun dodged a setback when the Albany trials were postponed on Friday.

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Top Siremaking Races - is the best a Group 2? Craig Tompson - Breednet


This weekend sees the running of the Caulfield Guineas – long lauded as a "Sire Making" race, so we thought we'd have a look at just which races do actually point to the top sires, and you could mount a strong argument the best race isn't even a Group One. For the point of the exercise we went back 10 seasons and took the leading sires by prizemoney for the General, First Season and Second Season tables, and in the event the leading stallion raced overseas we replaced it with the highest ra

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Progressive winner by Playing God


Pletto is well ahead of the timetable mapped out for her earlier this year by trainers Dan and Ben Pearce.

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Rapid-fire filly by Oratorio


WA-bred 3yo Rapidora broke through for a deserved victory in the Ladbrokes Multiverse Maiden (1200m) at Mornington on Thursday.

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Venom victory in Kal Cup


Inject The Venom came good with a vengeance when he grabbed a career-high victory in the LR Kalgoorlie Cup (2300m) on Saturday.

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Duck never in danger at Belmont


Mungrup Stud homebred Duck Duck Goose is going out for spell on a high after a front-running victory at Belmont.

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Mungrup Stud in winning Zone


Back-to-back wins by Honorfic and Zetorio have given Mungrup Stud a running double at Belmont.

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A Lot lifts stallion ranks in WA


Western Australian stallions will blow away the cobwebs in our breeding barns when the stud season commences this Saturday.

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Rafa rallies in Singapore


Rafaello snatched victory from the jaws of defeat with a one-length win in the Kranji Stakes (1100m) on Sunday.

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Kukerin jumping for joy with Cougar


Mungrup Stud hasn’t been idle during a rain-delayed start to the season in Perth.

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Early Flight for O’Loughlin


Albany owner-trainer Liam O’Loughlin is the proud father of a brand-new foal at Mungrup Stud.

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Misty Metal motza for Oratorio


Misty Metal has capped off a memorable season for trainers Todd and Robert Harvey in the TABTouch Hcp (1000m) at Belmont.

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Terrific stallion prospect at Mungrup


Mungrup Stud heads WA stallion ranks for 2018 with its champion sire Oratorio and first-season champion-elect Playing God.

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Oratorio black-type in Beaufine


Consistent sprinter Mr Motown has added his name to the honour roll of stakes winners by Oratorio.

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Tapit sire for Mungrup Stud


Mungrup Stud has signed Group 1 sprinter-miler A Lot (USA) to stand in Western Australia.

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Great Southern title to Gauged


Mungrup Stud-bred gelding Gauged is the Great Southern Horse of the Year following the final meeting of the season at Albany.

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Soldier salutes in Singapore


Oratorio sprinter Rafaello is back on deck for another black-type campaign in Singapore after a stirring victory at Kranji.

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Stone cold double for Oratorio


Racegoers at Ascot on Saturday could be forgiven for thinking it was Groundhog Day for Mungrup Stud champion Oratorio and apprentice Tayla Stone.

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Mungrup wins Sires' Produce Stakes


Playing God increased his lead at the top of WA first-season premiership when Lordhelpmerun won the G3 Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) on Saturday.

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First winner by Playing God


Mungrup Stud freshman Playing God sired his first winner when Lordhelpmerun raced into G2 Karrakatta Plate contention at Ascot on Saturday.

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Lord Playing to win for Wolfe


Trainer Steve Wolfe is fresh off a Listed victory with Red Ora in the Bunbury Stakes and he can do Mungrup Stud owner Gray Williamson another favour if Lordhelpmerun wins at Ascot on Saturday.

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Classic Challenge for Private Dancer


Mungrup Stud champion Oratorio (Aus) has sired his 14th stakes-winner with classic-bound filly Private Dancer in the LR Challenge Stakes (1500m).

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Bullish mood at Belmont Park


WA manager David Houston was bullish about the Perth Magic Millions when inspections began in earnest at Belmont Park on Friday.

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Sunspeed banker in Singapore


The Sunspeed breed banked more dollars in Singapore when top-class colt Charger won second-up at Kranji on Sunday.

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Mungrup colts click for MM Classic


Mungrup Stud stallions Oratorio and Playing God can play powerful hands in the $250,000 Magic Millions WA 2YO Classic (1200m) at Pinjarra on February 10.

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Wolfe rejuvenates Red Ora


Red Ora scored a home-town win for his large syndicate of owners in the $100,000 Mungrup Stud Sprint (1300m) at Mount Barker on Sunday.

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Oratorio on Fire for Magic Millions


Oratorio colt Fire And Rain is one of the early favourites for the RL Magic Millions 2YO Classic after a winning double in December.

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Meter running for Mungrup Stud


Moodometer is the gift that keeps giving for Steve Wolfe and Mungrup Stud.

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Group 1 for Mungrup Stud in Macau


Wichita Linesman has won the G1 Star Of The Sand Stakes (1600m) in Macau just hours after the death of his sire Danehill Express.

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Farewell Danehill Express


Mungrup Stud has announced Danehill Express succumbed to a heart-attack at its Great Southern property on Thursday.

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Mixed emotions at Mungrup Stud


Mungrup Stud rode a rollercoaster of emotions during an exciting afternoon’s racing at Ascot on Saturday.

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Wow, Best looking babies by I’m All The Talk


Mungrup Stud is receiving unreserved praise for the first foals on the ground by I’m All The Talk.

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Woodbridge winners by Oratorio


Colourful Charade is ready to deliver on the potential he showed in stakes races last season for Mungrup Stud champion Oratorio.

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Six of the best from Oratorio


Mungrup Stud champion Oratorio has won 5 WA 2YO sires’ premierships and he’s laying down the gauntlet for a 6th this season.

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Front-runners firing for Oratorio


Mungrup Stud champion Oratorio sired a pair of pace-setting winners in Singapore and Perth on the weekend.

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Perth 2yo trial winners by Playing God


Mungrup Stud freshman Playing God jumped the gun when the first 2yo trials of the season were conducted at Belmont on Monday morning.

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On The Turps on the job at Belmont


Dick Turpin has emerged with four winners in the last month headed by On The Turps and Boxonlucy at Belmont.

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Colgate Chasing winners at Belmont


Stable apprentice Shelby Colgate was instrumental in breaking a run of outs for Chasing Chaos last Saturday.

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Dream delivery in Singapore


Oratorio sprinter Crazy Dreams opened his account with a slashing victory at Kranji on Friday evening.

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Golden Horse from Mungrup


Mungrup Stud-bred 2yo Charger has earned an $80,000 bonus for his connections after accumulating most prizemoney throughout the 2017 Aushorse Golden Horse series in Singapore.

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Mungrup mares in the money at Belmont


Mungrup Stud-bred mares Zeinite and Danehills Daughter completed a contrasting double at Belmont on Wednesday.

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Oratorio filly attacks Auto Classic


Trainer Geoff Durrant was quick to credit Clint Johnston-Porter after he steered Karlakee Miss to a narrow victory Auto Classic BMW Hcp (1200m) at Belmont.

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Historic Guineas for Variation


Ultra-consistent galloper Variation grabbed his own slice of history on Saturday by becoming the first horse to capture Perth’s Guineas double, following up his Group 2 WA Guineas success last November with an emphatic victory in the Listed Belmont Guineas.

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Serious son of Stratum at Mungrup Stud


Stratum left a legacy as a serious sire when he succumbed to a heart attack at Widden Stud last year.

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Singapore Charger by Dick Turpin


Dick Turpin colt Charger will be set for Singapore’s feature juvenile races after a brilliant debut victory in the Kranji Nursery Stakes (1000m) on Good Friday.

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Miss makes a mark for Danehill Express


Miss Clooney has been a great advertisement for Pakenham’s state-of the-art racing facility at Tynong.

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Truth conquers for Oratorio


Time And Truth has lifted late to save bookies a big pay-out on Demons ‘N’ Dust at Ascot.

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Group 3 winner by Danehill Express


Danehill Express import Wichita Linesman (Aus) earned his first domestic black-type with a fast-finishing victory in the G3 Macau 4YO Prelude (1500m) on Saturday.

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Spacing runs the solution for Tenterden


Trainer Ben Pearce has found the key to Tenterden and the gelding has rewarded his connections with a hat-trick this year.

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Quick ascent from Albany


Gradual Incline is going better than his name would suggest in his first preparation for Albany trainer Gerry Hughes.

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Ownership Information Evening with Warwick Bradshaw


If you are in the Bunbury area on Saturday evening why not come to our racing ad ownership information evening. Meet trainer Warwick Bradshaw and the Mungrup team and find out how you and your friends can get involved in the most exciting part of Racing. Come and have a drink on us. Saturday 4th February 2017 5pm - 8pm Vat 2 2 Jetty Road, Bunbury Light food and beverages will be provided

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Outlaw boosts brother at Ascot


Mungrup Stud should receive another update for its younger brother to Outlaw Pete before the Perth Magic Millions gets underway on February 20.

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Capital on hat-trick for Hunter


Trainer Paul Hunter has resurrected the career of Return On Capital for wins at his last two starts this month.

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Trial treble for Oratorio


Mungrup Stud champion Oratorio is ready to rise up the juvenile ranks after siring three winners at the Belmont trials on Monday.

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Cuanzo back in winner’s circle at Ascot


Cuanzo broke a long run of outs in the Mumm Champagne Stakes (1100m) at Ascot on New Year’s Eve.

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Six of the best from Mungrup Stud


Mungrup Stud sires dominated Albany’s Boxing Day meeting with 6 of the 9 winners bred and raised by the Williamson family at Narrikup.

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Promising Pinjarra winner by Dick Turpin


On The Turps returned from a winter spell to post a promising first-up win at Pinjarra on Sunday.

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Variation highlights value at Perth Magic Millions


Variation showcased the 2017 Perth Magic Millions Sale with a home-town victory in the Group 2 WA Guineas (1600m) at Ascot on Saturday.

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Aussie link with All Blacks in England


Trainer Jeremy Gask could be forgiven for an identity crisis when Beauden Barrett won at Lingfield on Saturday.

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Spirited stayer in Singapore


Last-start winner Spirit Seven can continue his rise up the staying ranks in Singapore this Friday.

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Bess blessed by Dick Turpin


Dick Turpin filly Billesdon Bess defied a betting drift to win on debut in England on Monday.

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Cougar claims Kalgoorlie Cup


Cougar Express won Sunday’s LR Kalgoorlie Cup (2300m) shouldering the heaviest weight to victory in the modern era.

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Sailor a fair sort for Hala Bek


Trainer Nick Cox reckons he’s got a fair sort of horse with late bloomer Lone Sailor.

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Bounty wins for Four Winds


Budding stayer Free Bounty can build on his maiden victory at Chelmsford on Thursday for Dick Turpin and Four Winds Racing.

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Sweet result for Oratorio


Champion jockey Willie Pike was in the zone at Belmont on Saturday with five winners and first cab off the rank was Sweet Ora in the TAB Touch Plate (1000m).

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Deauville winner by Dick Turpin


Mungrup Stud shuttler Dick Turpin (Ire) continued his winning run in Europe with Forza Libranno at Deauville on Thursday.

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First foal of the season


August 1 signals the start of the foaling season and Mungrup Stud’s Claire Dawson welcomed a Playing God filly first-up in the early hours on Monday.

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Express on Time at Rosehill


Danehill Express nailed his 50th individual winner of the season at Northam on Thursday and for an encore sired Rosehill winner About Time on Saturday.

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Red Hot winner at Belmont


Rich Red took the step up to town in his stride winning the National Jockeys Trust 2YO Hcp (1300m) at Belmont Park.

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Wheatbelt Sweet with Oratorio


Rod and Tania Cosgrove picked up a bargain when they bought Sweet Ora at the 2015 Perth Magic Millions.

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Black Bess rises up ratings in England


Progressive Dick Turpin filly Black Bess saluted the judge for a second time this month at Windsor on Sunday.

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Al Shaqab winner by Dick Turpin


Galileo Gold grabbed a Group 1 for Al Shaqab Racing on the opening day at Royal Ascot and their winning run continued with Dick Turpin colt Najd at Brighton on Tuesday evening.

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Black Bess escapade for Dick Turpin


Dick Turpin filly Black Bess bolted in by more than three lengths at Lingfield on Thursday.

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Buster’s knock-out at Belmont


Mungrup Stud champion Oratorio (Aus) is back in the mix for another juvenile title following Buster’s Shadow’s knock-out victory in the Schweppes Plate (1400m) at Belmont

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Dick Turpin opens second-crop account in England


Mungrup Stud shuttler Dick Turpin (Ire) sired the first two year-old winner from his second crop in England on Monday.

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Straturbo All the Talk at Doomben


New Mungrup Stud sire I’m All The Talk has received a black-type update within days of arriving in WA.

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I’m All The Talk to stand at Mungrup Stud


Gifted Sydney sprinter I’m All The Talk has been signed by Mungrup Stud to serve his first book in Western Australia this year.

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King of the Provincials


Mungrup Stud stallion Danehill Express is the reigning King of the Provincials after siring another feature winner at Geraldton on Sunday.

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Foster flags Sires’ Produce start for Princess


Oratorio filly Diamond Princess will be given another crack in stakes company after a gutsy victory in the Minearc Systems Plate (1200m) at Ascot.

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Cougar courageous in Bunbury Cup


Danehill Express has sired his 5th stakes winner with courageous front-runner Cougar Express in the LR Bunbury Cup (2200m) on Thursday.

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Mungrup broadside in Bunbury Stakes


Danehill Express sired a winner a day in the first week of March and the purple-patch can continue at Bunbury this Sunday.

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Mungrup leads turnover at Magic Millions


Mungrup Stud topped vendors at the Perth Magic Millions with turnover of $1.23 million and its champion sire Oratorio (Aus) led the averages among WA stallions.

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First winner for Egomaniac


Mungrup Stud bred stallion Egomaniac was represented by his first winner on Sunday.

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First Listed win for Dream Lifter


Danehill Express capped a running double on Saturday with Dream Lifter in the LR Cyril Flower Stakes (1200m).

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Godolphin farewells Halling


Godolphin’s Group 1 winning racehorse and sire Halling (USA) has died at Dalham Hall Stud aged 25.

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Castle Queen checkmate at Ascot


Oratorio (Aus) added a second-string to his assault on the Magic Millions 3YO Trophy when Castle Queen caused an upset at Ascot on Saturday.

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First Australian winner by Dick Turpin


Irish-bred stallion Dick Turpin sired his first Australian winner at Ascot on Saturday.

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See our entire Magic Millions Perth draft under the sales tab to the top right or by visiting the Magic Millions online catalogue. These yearlings will be sold February 15th and 16th at Belmont Park Sales Complex. Please contact the stud regarding inspection and any queries on our draft. Mungrup Stud will hold a yearling parade on 12th of February at 5.30pm at the Belmont Park Sales Complex. All welcome. Please contact the stud for more details.

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Danish Delight a possible for Pinjarra Cup


Trainer Nick Cox will consider a LR Pinjarra Cup campaign for Danish Delight following her win in the WA Bush Fire Appeal Hcp (1800m) on Saturday.

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Dream result at Grapes & Gallops Festival


Dream Lifter broke a run of outs for local gallopers when he landed a plunge in the $100,000 Mungrup Stud Sprint (1300m) at Mt Barker on Sunday.

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Digging deep on Lucky Street


Lucky Street is on track for a Magic Millions double after returning to form in the LR Miss Andretti Stakes (1100m) at Ascot.

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Indigo Ora boosts yearling brother at Magic Millions


Progressive Oratorio filly Indigo Ora has improved out of sight since winning her maiden over 2000m at Bunbury last month.

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Danehill Express sweet in Singapore


Sugartime Jazz has been a solid performer in Singapore for Mungrup Stud sire Danehill Express.

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Bright future for Dick Turpin


Bright Life’s victory in the Penang Gold Cup has boosted the prospects of his Dick Turpin half-sister catalogued for the Perth Magic Millions next month.

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Rejuvenated sprinter sends Ominous Warning


Superstitious punters received an Ominous Warning for the 2016 Perth Cup when a galloper by that name won the Stafford Brothers Hcp (1200m) at Ascot last Wednesday.

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Perth Cup assignment for Properantes


Properantes has emerged as the main stumbling block between Bob Peters and another Perth Cup in the New Year.

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Oratorio - Wild Storm (Metal Storm) Colt


First foal since 2011 for Ascot winner Wild Storm who is a half-sister to Tails Away (LR Belgravia Stakes).

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