Danish Twist Sold for $575,000

Danish Twist by Dane Shadow-Madame Flurry and half sister to Happy Trails,was purchased by Newgate Farm for $575,000 at the Magic Millions Gold Coast Broodmare Sale today.  Danish Twist was bred by local South Australian Breeders Liz & Brenton Parker and was part of the Mill Park draft.  Triple G1 winner Jameka topped the sale at $2.6 Million.

Don’t Bother Me to Stand at Glenrae Stud

Son of Dark Angel bound for Australian Stud.   Don’t Bother Me (Dark Angel-Faleh by Silver Hawke) will be standing this season at Glenrae Stud for a fee of $3,300.    Don’t Bother Me won 5 races from 1200 to 1500 metres for $204,000 (Aust.) in earnings with stakes  placings in Irish Two Thousand Guineas Trial, Ballycorous Stakes (G3) 4th Irish Derby Trial. He was sourced out of Ireland by leading Macau trainer James Moore and racing under the name of Rock N Rolla won 2 out of his 3 starts in Macau, beating New Zealand G1 winners Hunka Eagle and Allen Eagle.  The syndicate that raced him will be supporting him at stud with some very nice mares now being purchased in Australia.  He will be the first horse to have raced in Macau to stand at stud and also the first son of Dark Angel to to stand in Australia.

Ellicazoom Sold for $420,000

Stakes winning mare Elllicazoom (Testa Rossa-Ellicorsam  by Fimiston) bred by South Australian breeder Michael Birchall was a S.A. Horse of the Year finalist for two years running.  Purchased by Mick Malone of Kitchwin Hills at the Magic Millions Perth Winter Sale for $420,000 Elllicazoom will have another campaign before retiring to stud.

$4.85 Million to SA Racing Industry

The State Government has announced it will provide $4.85 million to S.A. racing industry to protect local jobs and help offset losses incurred as a result of the betting operations tax. Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing Corey Wingard said he was pleased to be able to secure Racing SA the one-of grant to help support the important work of Thoroughbred Racing SA, Greyhound Racing SA and Harness Racing SA. “The state’s $400 million racing industry is enormously valuable to our economy and supports 3,600 South Australian jobs, from trainers and jockeys to all other support staff” said Minister Wingard.
Frances Nelson QC, Chair of Racing SA & Thoroughbred Racing SA, said that the SA racing industry was very appreciative of the funding provided by the State Government

Saturday 3 November


Gotta Be Gold (Bernardini-Choice of Colours) Mr BH Perks

Triple Deez (Bel Esprit-Star Peril) Mr D Walker


Aussie Bob (Mint Lane-Ambolene) Mr JD Haigh


Owl on the Prowl (Sharkbite-Wise as an Owl) Mr BC Mueller