Per Incanto Remains Unbeaten in Australia

Saturday racing included another trio of winners for Per Incanto including two in Australia, the highlight of which was another success for the filly Kedah (Per Incanto-Malaya by Towkay) who scorched over the 900m at Newcastle for trainer Kris Lees and part owner Lib Petagna. Resuming after a successful debut in July, three-year-old filly Kedah rattled off a 33.16 last 600m from in front to...

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Black Type Concludes Successful Week for Per Incanto

More domestic success, including a black-type placing, has lifted Per Incanto into the top three on the sires premiership while LA Karaka graduates book ended a successful days Premier racing at Trentham. Under the steadier of 60kgs, the Sylvia Kay trained Group 3 winner Dolcetto (Per Incanto-Our Shiraz by Nediym) just missed adding more black-type to his impressive C.V with a second placing...

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Singapore Success Spotlights RTR Sale

Fresh from exciting breeze-ups last week, LA’s representatives for the NZB Ready to Run Sale on 21 and 22 November got a further boost with the win of Nadeem Sapphire (Nadeem-Sunbrease by Towkay) in Singapore on Sunday. Nadeem Sapphire, also sold at last year’s sale by Riversley Park on LA’s behalf, has a half brother by Ocean Park this year and the colt showed a swift turn of foot when he...

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Sensational Dubawi

During another spectacular week of highs in the Northern Hemisphere, culminating in his 38th

LA Karaka Graduates Shine

A graduate of LA’sKaraka Premier draft, Regency Bo Bo (Denman-Tsukioka by Flying Spur) recorded his fifth Hong Kong success when he led most of the way to win a 1400m Class 2 event at Sha Tin on Saturday evening holding out the strong finish from runner-up Morethanlucky (Per Incanto-Viking Angel by Viking Ruler) A winner on his Hong Kong debut back in November 2016, Regency Bo Bo has been a...

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It's All About Dubawi

Last weekend saw international super sire Dubawi sire dual Group 1 and Group 2 winners, as well as

Sound, talented, well educated horses

Kris Lees, Newcastle Trainer