Bunbury double for the Loves

December 23rd, 2015 by admin

Prentice - Photo courtesy of Western Racepix   Bunbury’s popular pre-Christmas fixture took place on Sunday. The stable had a number of runners, and we were rewarded with a double! PRENTICE was well supported to break his long run of outs in the B&B Cabinets Handicap over 1675 metres. The early pace in the race was set by the outsider Spillane and the favourite Diva Rose, with PRENTICE>>Read More

Spectacular win for SIXPENCE SPENT

December 8th, 2015 by admin

Sixpence Spent - photo courtesy of Western Racepix Bunbury’s popular Sunday meeting was well supported by the stable, and most of the horses ran really well. The most impressive performance of the day was the maiden SIXPENCE SPENT who was making his racecourse debut. The Vital Equine gelding was unfancied in the PhilMak Maiden over 1260 metres, where there was an odds-on favourite, Rocket Queen. After>>Read More

DISCORD WITCH breaks through

November 15th, 2015 by admin

Discord Witch - photo courtesy of Western Racepix The stable had a successful day on Thursday at Bunbury, with a winner and two close up 2nds. DISCORD WITCH was hot favourite for the first race of the day, the Member no 310 John Davey Maiden over 1208 metres. The Discorsi mare had been unlucky not to win earlier, so confidence was high. It was quite a messy start to the race, with Clappa Thunder and>>Read More

Maiden victory for Puck Shapeshifter

November 9th, 2015 by admin

The stable had a few runners at Bunbury’s traditional Melbourne Cup Day fixture. The highlight was a maiden victory for the promising Puck Shapeshifter. The 3 year old Key Business gelding had been placed in all his previous starts, so was well fancied for the Tabtouch Find us on facebook Maiden over 1108 metres. Once the race got under way, the early running was made by the favourite Magniflying>>Read More

PATRIOT GAMES Northam maiden win

October 6th, 2015 by admin

After his recent York 2nd, PATRIOT GAMES was the popular pick for the Gannons Hats Handbags and Horses Maiden over 1600 metres at Northam on Sunday. The Trade Fair gelding had been showing improved form as he got over a distance, so hopes were high that he would break through in this 6 runner event. The race was run at a sedate pace with Brandy Blitz leading the field from the barriers. PATRIOT GAMES>>Read More

Another Belmont win for PROFIT STREET

August 5th, 2015 by admin

After his recent Belmont win, PROFIT STREET was made favourite for the Country Interstate and International Membership Handicap over 1200 metres on Wednesday. The early pace was set by the rank outsider Times Are A Changing, closely followed by Dextrous Lad. Jockey William Pike soon had PROFIT STREET nicely settled in 3rd spot, just outside Star Glitter. As the field entered the home straight, the>>Read More

PROFIT STREET doubles up at Belmont

July 22nd, 2015 by admin

On a soft Belmont track, PROFIT STREET was made a warm favourite for the Westspeed 3 year old Handicap over 1000 metres today. There were excuses for his unexpected defeat at Northam last time out, but hopes were high that with champion jockey William Pike on board PROFIT STREET would redeem his  reputation. On jumping, the early pace was set by Vonus and Ruby Can Run, with PROFIT STREET well back>>Read More

First WA win for POP HERO

July 13th, 2015 by admin

Photo courtesy of Western Racepix The ex-South Australian POP HERO was having his fourth start in WA at Belmont on Wednesday. Although he was relatively unfancied in a competitive field for the Sunday Times Handicap over 1200 metres, POP HERO’s soft track form gave him a real chance on a soft 6. As the barriers opened the apprentice-ridden Shostakovich speared across the field from its outside>>Read More

Maiden success for PROFIT STREET

June 28th, 2015 by admin

The stable had two runners at Northam’s Thursday meeting, and both ran well. LADY BY CHANCE was runner-up in the WA Handicap over 1600 metres, and PROFIT STREET was successful in the Dukes Inn Maiden over 1000 metres. PROFIT STREET had shown great promise in his first prep, with two close 2nds at Bunbury. The Viscount gelding had done well in his spell and had trialled impressively before>>Read More

Maiden win for OUR BAY ROE

March 4th, 2015 by admin

Photo courtesy of Western Race Pix. More pictures at westernracepix.com Sunday was Bunbury’s popular AHA Cup Day meeting, and the stable had a few runners, resulting in two 4ths and a winner. The WAROA Owners Bonus Day maiden over 1208 metres was the first race of the day, and the stable’s OUR BAY ROE was fancied to run well. The mare was quick out of the barriers, and battled for the lead>>Read More