Dont Hold Back was at his very best on Friday night when he defeated a first class field in the Colin and Heather Holloway 3yo Classic at Ballarat.
Our Celebrity remains unbeaten after taking out the Group Three SA Botra Two Year Old Fillies Golden Nusery Final at Globe Derby on Saturday night.
Rock N Roll Heaven enjoyed a big weekend courtesy of the deeds of his progeny in both Australia and New Zealand.
Playing Arkabella, a two year old daughter of Shadow Play, took out the Tasmanian Sweepstakes Final at Hobart yesterday in tough fashion.
Shadow Sax remains unbeaten as a three year old after winning the Reg Withers Classic at Kilmore last Friday night.
Digital Art became the latest stakeswinner for Art Major when she took out the Group Three Race For The Roses at Gloucester Park.
Maudie Mombassa took out the Group Three Red Ochre Classic at Dubbo last Friday night and in doing so became the latest stakes winner for Art Major.
Wesley scored the biggest win of his career when to took out the Group Two $50,000 Champagne Stakes at Gloucester Park last Friday night.
Starburst Girl was definitely no slouch as a juvenile, but she has certainly stepped up her game as a four year old.
Park Life became the latest Group One winner for Rock N Roll Heaven when she won the $322,000 Australian Pacing Gold Final last night at Menangle.
Field Marshal continues to do his parents proud with yet another win at the highest level, this time in the Messenger Stakes.
Ears Burning has shown great promise in his short career to date and on Sunday at Rangiora he set a New Zealand record.
High Rolling remains unbeaten after winning the second Australian Pacing Gold Semi Final for two year old fillies.
Major Pocket produced the fastest time by a two year old in Australia this season when he stopped the clock at 1:53.8 at Bunbury last Saturday night.
Field Marshal scored his first Group One win in sensational fashion last night at Alexandra Park.