• Hidden Dragon (AUS) Bay, 1999, 16hh

    Lyndhurst Stud boasts a long tradition of standing stallions who prove to be prolific winner getters and they look to have found another in the shape of Hidden Dragon.

    Already the sire of 93 winners  – including the stakes winners Hidden Jewel, Miss Imagica and Hollowlea and the speedy stakes placegetters Obsidian Dragon, Saraji, Hidden Kisses, Hidden Warrior and Steel Dragon – he has made a more than encouraging start.

    And the best is still to come with Hidden Dragon continuing to prove extremely popular with Queensland breeders.

    Queensland Champion First Season Sire and Champion 2YO Sire, Hidden Dragon already boasts progeny earnings in excess of $12.9 million and his progeny have fared very well in Asia also - winners in Singapore, Macau and Hong Kong.

    A $700,000 Easter yearling, Hidden Dragon was competitive in good company (on one occasion second to the mighty Silent Witness) over four seasons in Hong Kong.

    Winning six races from 1000m to 1400m, he enjoyed a career highlight when taking out the Gr.3 Chinese Club Challenge Cup at Shatin.

    A son of the mighty Danehill – a truly great sire of sires – Hidden Dragon hails from a highly successful local family, being a son of the triple Gr.1 winning mare Ballroom Babe. Also dam of the Gr.2 Furious Stakes winner Just Dancing and the Gr.2 McNeil Stakes winner Tahni Girl, Ballroom Babe is out of a half sister to the Gr.2 winner Reingard.

    Another of her siblings is the dam of the dual Gr.1 winner Dandy Andy and she can also count amongst her relations the stakes winners Fence Postwal (Gr.1 Selangor Gold Cup), Balmeressa, River Chant, McGuane, Outlaws and Marquardt.

  • Hidden Dragon (AUS) Bay, 1999, 16hh

    1st DAM

    BALLROOM BABE, by Citidancer (IRE). 8 wins 800 to 1600 m. and $286,084 Won AuRC Ellerslie Sires' Produce S. [G1], Manawatu RC Manawatu Sires' Produce [G1], WRC Captain Cook S. [G1], Counties RC Counties Challenge S [L], Counties RC Pukekohe Ford New Falcon H. 2nd Counties RC FAI Bowl [L]. 3rd Cambridge JC Travis S. [G2]. 4th Matamata RC Matamata Breeders' S. [G2]. Three-quarter sister-in-blood to Mr Cerchi. Half-sister to Triumvirate (dam of Terlingua Light) (grand-dam of SHANTOU MAYOR), Impian (grand-dam of Silk Spur). Dam of 10 foals, 7 raced, 6 winners-

    JUST DANCING (2003 f by Fusaichi Pegasus (USA)). 1 win at 1400 m. and $196,830. Won Tattersalls Club (nsw) Furious S. [G2]. 3rd STC Storm Queen S. [G1], AJC SUrround S. [G2]. 4th AJC Australian Oaks [G1], AJC Randwick Guineas [G1], AJC Flight S. [G1]. Dam of--

    Ideal Guide (c by Red Ransom (USA)). 1 win at 1350 m. at 2 and $66,725. 2nd ATC T.L. Baillieu H. [G3], ATC Centrebet Juvenile Stayer.

    TAHNI GIRL (2001 f by Redoute's Choice). 3 wins 1000 to 1200 m. and $398,500 Won MRC H.D.F. McNeil S. [G3], VRC Red Roses S. [L], VRC Australian Cup Carnival S. [L]. 2nd STC Magic Night S. [G2], MRC Classic Caulfield Advance Ticketing H. 3rd MRC Thoroughbred Club S. [G3], MRC Quezette S. [L]. 4th VRC Rory's Jester S. [G3]. Dam of 2 winners-

    MASCHINO (c by Encosta de Lago). 7 wins 1300 to 1800 m. and $273,700 Won WATC R.J. Peters S. [G3], WATC B & T Watson H., WATC Wild Turkey Bourbon Give Em the Bird Handicap, WATC The Mary McGinnis Best Mum Ever H., WATC Seattle Dancer H., WATC Perth Racing Now on Facebook H. 2nd WATC Asian Beau S. [G3], WATC Playeronline.Com.Au Handicap. 3rd WATC Northerly S. [L], WATC Diggers' Cup. 4th Pinjarra RC Pinjarra Classic [L].

    Dee Bee Nine (g by Red Ransom (USA)). 7 wins 1110 to 1400 m. and $255,065 Won MVRC Slickpix Handicap, BRC Nugrow Class 6 Handicap, BRC Yellowglen Class 6 Plate, BRC Kirin Conditions H., BRC Coca Cola Conditions H. 2nd SAJC Centrebet Iphone App Handicap, BRC Mimiki Foundation Class 6 Plate, AJC Ambarvale H., AJC AJC Convention Centre H., BRC Prosafe Class 3 Plate. 3rd Oakbank RC Hills Railway S. [L], MRC Elizabeth S Marshall Handicap, BRC Gold Class Cleaning Class 6 Handicap, SAJC Sportingbet Handicap.

    HIDDEN DRAGON (1999 c by Danehill (USA)). 6 wins. See below. Won Sha Tin Chinese Club Challenge Cup [HK-3], Sha Tin Lek Yuen H., Sha Tin Harlech H., Sha Tin Ho Sheung Heung H., Sha Tin Pluto Plate, Sha Tin Central H. 2nd Sha Tin Stewards' Cup [HK-1], Sha Tin Panasonic Cup, Sha Tin HKSAR Chief Executive's Cup, Sha Tin Gay Eighties H., Sha Tin Chinese Recreation Club Challenge Cup, Sha Tin Tseung Kwan O Plate. 3rd Sha Tin Sha Tin Trophy [HK-3].

    NEW MILESTONE (2000 g by Flying Spur). 3 wins at 1000, 1200 m. and $343,183 Won Sha Tin Flamingo H., Happy Valley Cambusnethan H., Happy Valley America H. 2nd Sha Tin Fu Shin H., Happy Valley Ongley Park H., Sha Tin Midland the Best Director H., Sha Tin Suffolk H., Happy Valley King Kwong H. 3rd Sha Tin Tai Mong Tsai H.

    DANCEFLOOR PRODIGY (2005 c by Redoute's Choice). 10 wins 1100 to 1640 m. and $141,125 in Australia 2nd MRC Vite Cheval Super Vobis H. 3rd MRC Lord Dudley H.

    SOLO TURN (2002 c by Redoute's Choice). 3 wins at 1000, 1200 m. and $355,718 in Japan.

    Rockin Babe (2004 f by Rock of Gibraltar (IRE)). Unraced. Dam of 2 winners--

    ROCKIN' RANSOM. 3 wins 1309 to 1400 m. and $38,390 in Australia.

    SHE'S A DANICA. 1 win at 1000 m. at 2 and $13,500 in Australia. 3rd BRC Sirromet Love Sparkling Qtis Two-Years-Old Handicap.

     

    2nd DAM

    TAIMIAN, by Taipan (USA). Started twice in New Zealand. Half-sister to REINGARD, Sky Eyes (dam of BALMERESSA) (grand-dam of OUTLAWS), Reeanna (dam of DANDY ANDY, Sir Grate, Mr Cerchi) (grand-dam of De la Hoya), Crash Course (dam of RIVER CHANT) (grand-dam of HERA), Our Kathleen (dam of MCGUANE, Pompeii Lady) (grand-dam of MARQUARDT). Dam of 7 named foals, 5 raced, 4 winners-

    BALLROOM BABE (f by Citidancer (IRE)). 8 wins. See above. Won AuRC Ellerslie Sires' Produce S. [G1], Manawatu RC Manawatu Sires' Produce [G1], WRC Captain Cook S. [G1], Counties RC Counties Challenge S [L], Counties RC Pukekohe Ford New Falcon H. 2nd Counties RC FAI Bowl [L]. 3rd Cambridge JC Travis S. [G2]. 4th Matamata RC Matamata Breeders' S. [G2].

    Triumvirate (f by Pompeii Court (USA)). Placed at 1000 m. 2nd VATC Mona Nursery [L]. Dam of 2 winners inc.--

    Terlingua Light (f by Catrail (USA)). 3 wins at 1200, 1300 m. and $50,800 Won WATC Three-Years-Old Fillies Class 6 H., WATC Three-Years-Old Fillies Class 6 H., WATC Three-Years-Old Fillies Class 6 H. 2nd WATC Burgess Queen S. [L], WATC Community Workplace-Ascot 1000 Guineas, WATC Three-Years-Old Fillies Plate, WATC Lord Mayor's Cup. 3rd WATC Three-Years-Old Fillies H., WATC Solid Gold H., WATC Three-Years-Old Fillies Class 6 H. Dam of 5 winners inc.--

    SHANTOU MAYOR (c by Montjeu (IRE)). 5 wins 1300 to 1700 m. and $375,561 Won Selangor Selangor Gold Cup [Mal-1], WATC 2 YO Class 6 H., WATC 2 YO Class 6 H. 2nd Penang Yang di Pertua Negeri Gold Cup [Mal-1].

    CITIMAN. 2 wins at 2000, 2100 m. and $16,020 Won AuRC Orient Lines H., Avondale JC Avondale Function Centre. 2nd AuRC Anton's Seafood 2200, AuRC Tosco H. 3rd AuRC La-Z-Boy By Morgan Furniture H.

    LUVYA BABE. 2 wins at 1200, 1300 m. and $11,327 in New Zealand.

    PRIVATE MOMENTS. 1 win at 1000 m. and $7,275 in Australia.

    Impian. Unraced. Dam of 3 winners inc.--

    SILK PURSE. 1 win at 1000 m. at 2 and $2,850 in New Zealand. Dam of 3 winners inc.--

    Silk Spur (f by Rusty Spur (USA)). 3 wins 800 to 1150 m. and $27,330 2nd WRC Wellesley S. [L]. 4th Whangarei RC Whangarei Breeders S. [L].

     

    3rd DAM

    MIAMIAN, by Clem. Placed at 5 f. in Ireland. Dam of 11 named foals, 9 raced, 3 winners-

    REINGARD (c by Rapier (GB)). 9 wins 1100 to 2400 m. and $137,646 Won CJC Canterbury Gold Cup [G2], Act JC Canberra Cup [L], Act JC Canberra Cup [L], CJC J. & M. Aitken H., CJC Avonhead H. 2nd Avondale JC Avondale Cup [G1], AJC Colin Stephen Quality H. [L], CJC Longbeach H. 3rd CJC Easter Classic H. [G3], Bendigo JC Bendigo Cup [L], Avondale JC Foley H. 4th VATC Sandown Cup [G2], CJC Easter Classic H. [G3], Werribee RC Werribee Cup [L], City Tattersalls Club City Tattersall's Club Cup [L].

    HADERACH. 2 wins at 1400, 2000 m. and $6,875 in Australia.

    SKY EYES. 1 win at 1500 m. and $1,926 in New Zealand. Dam of 2 winners inc.--

    BALMERESSA (f by Balmerino (NZ)). 9 wins 1350 to 2500 m. and $271,049 Won STC Kingston Town S. [G3], SAJC West End Draught S. [G3], STC Sky High S. [L], STC Parramatta Cup [L], STC Vain Welter H., STC Omo Legacy Foundation H., STC AMBA H., AJC E.N. Larkin H. 2nd AJC Winter P., STC Huntley Parramatta Welter Cup, STC Palms Brasserie H., AJC Magic Millions Welter H., STC Jamie Luckman Social Club H. 3rd AJC Chairman's H. [G3], AJC Emancipation S. [L], STC Premier's Cup [L]. Dam of 2 winners inc.--

    OUTLAWS (g by Brocco (USA)). 7 wins 1300 to 2400 m. and $230,110 Won AJC Colin Stephen Quality H. [G3], STC Winter Quality Cup [L], AJC Class 6 H., STC Special Conditions H., STC Special Conditions H. 2nd SAJC Renniks-Events Maiden Plate. 3rd AJC Welter H. 4th Newcastle JC Newcastle Cup [G3], STC Lord Mayor's Quality Cup [L].

    Reeanna. Unraced. Dam of 10 winners inc.--

    DANDY ANDY (g by Three Legs (GB)). 11 wins 1200 to 2200 m. and $835,465 Won VRC Australian Cup [G1], BATC Fourex Cup [G1], VATC Easter Cup [G3], VATC Tommy Woodcock H., MVRC Ascot H., BATC Doomben H., VRC Adelaide Cup Day H., VATC Tab 25th Anniv H., VRC Elounda Bay H., QTC Eye Light 2 YO Maiden H. 2nd AJC Queen Elizabeth S. [G1], VATC T.S. Carlyon Cup [G2], VATC Schweppes Cup [G3], VATC Norman Robinson S. [L], MVRC Woodlands H., VRC The Stubby H., Tattersalls Club (nsw) 3 YO H., VATC So Called H.

    Sir Grate (c by Rapier (GB)). 11 wins 1000 to 2000 m. and $109,320 Won VRC 'Channel 10' 2000 H., SAJC Sobar H., SAJC St. Speed H. 2nd WATC Australian Derby [G1], MVRC Roxburgh H., SAJC Hands of Time H., VRC Grosvenor H. 3rd WATC Artra Quality S. [G3], SAJC Merger H., SAJC Ziema H., SAJC Our Paddy Boy H. 4th Geelong RC Derby Trial S. [L], WATC December H. [L].

    Mr Cerchi (c by Citidancer (IRE)). 3 wins at 1100, 1600 m. and $32,020 Won Avondale JC Coca Cola Guineas Trial, Avondale JC Cadbury's Juvenile H. 2nd Avondale JC Avondale Guineas [G2]. 4th WRC Wellington Guineas [G2], AuRC Foal S. [G3].

    PURSE STRINGS. 6 wins 1200 to 1400 m. and $98,100 Won AJC Kieren Perkins H., STC Tooheys H., AJC Allunga H., STC 3 YO Colts and Geldings Restricted H. 2nd STC New South Wales H., STC Silastic Windscreen H., AJC H.M.A.S. Vendetta H., STC 3 YO Restricted S., AJC Ming Dynasty Welter H., STC Ranvet H., AJC Kellyville H. 3rd AJC 3 YO Colts and Geldings H., STC William Inglis H., STC Australian Hotels Association H., STC 2 YO Colts and Geldings H., STC Truscott's Welter H.

    THE DRAPER. 4 wins 1200 to 1500 m. and $32,495 Won QTC Apprentice's Cup, STC 4 YO and Up Restricted H., AJC 4 YO and Up H- and -G Restricted H. 2nd QTC Herston H., QTC Airport 3 YO Maiden H., BATC Smokey Eyes Graduation S., QTC Dobson 3 YO Maiden H. 3rd Tattersalls Rc (qld) Tattersalls Transition H., QTC Tobruk Maiden H.

    PIPPY'S GIRL. 3 wins 1200 to 1600 m. and $11,740 Won WATC Trigg Island Class 6 H., WATC Tobruk Class 6 H. 3rd WATC Princess H., WATC Crystal Vase H. Dam of 4 winners inc.-

    De la Hoya (c by Statoblest (IRE)). 8 wins 1000 to 2200 m. and $107,912 Won WATC Enjoy Healthy Eating-Apprentices' Cup, WATC Three Metro Wins H., WATC One Metro Win H. 2nd WATC 3 YO and Up H., WATC H., WATC Class 6 H. 3rd WATC Winter Cup [L], WATC H. 4th WATC Belmont Park Cup [L].

    Crash Course. Started twice in Australia. Dam of--

    RIVER CHANT (f by Danasinga). 6 wins 1200 to 1600 m. and $50,511 Won Bay of Plenty RC Tauranga Classic [L], AuRC Body Bronze H., Counties RC New Zealand Growers Progressive H., Waikato RC Russell Peters Memorial, Avondale JC Streamline Freight H. 2nd Avondale JC Aussie Butcher H., Avondale JC Anziyan H. 3rd AuRC Waste Management Plate. 4th Waikato RC Gasmate S. [G3]. Producer.

    Corsica. Unraced. Dam of 2 winners inc.-

    HERA (f by O'Reilly (NZ)). 2 wins at 1200, 1400 m. at 2 and $34,047 Won AuRC Great Northern Foal S. [L]. 2nd Avondale JC Precinct Realty Mreinz 1200. 3rd AuRC Countdown to Karaka Million 2Yo.

    Our Kathleen. Started 7 times in New Zealand. Dam of 3 winners inc.--

    MCGUANE (c by McGinty (NZ)). 9 wins 1000 to 2200 m. and $215,235 Won Ballarat TC Ballarat Cup [L], MRC Gothic H., VRC Navy Day H., VRC Graphic Print Centre H., VRC Charles Grimes H., MRC Club Welter H., VATC Kew Golf Club H. 2nd Seymour RC Seymour Cup [L]. 3rd VATC Norman Robinson S. [L], MVRC The Novotel Hotel Sydney. 4th Cranbourne TC Cranbourne Cup [L].

    Pompeii Lady (f by Pompeii Court (USA)). 4 wins 1100 to 1600 m. and $123,165 Won VATC Surround H., VATC Toltrice H., VRC Rainbird H. 2nd MVRC Diamond Jubilee S. [G3], VATC Hopetoun H. [L], SAJC Ansett Australia S. [L], VRC Venuto-N.A.P. Mango H., MVRC Sceptre H. 3rd SAJC Sedgwick Classic [G2], MVRC Crown Lager S. [L], MVRC Primrose H., VATC The New Nissan H. 4th SAJC South Australian Oaks [G1], SAJC St Leger [G3], VRC Gibson-Carmichael S. [L]. Producer.

    Centrefold Angel. Started 3 times in Australia. Dam of--

    MARQUARDT (f by Shamardal (USA)). 3 wins 1100 to 1400 m. and $359,575 Won MRC Twilight Glow S. [L], AJC The Nivison [L], STC www.theslipper.com.au H. 2nd STC Magic Night S> [G2], VRC Red Roses S. [L]. 3rd ATC Sapphire S. [G2], MRC Tristarc S. [G2], AJC Widden S. [L]. 4th ATC Breeders' Classic [G2], MVRC Red Anchor S. [G3].

     

     

    Race Record:  6 wins at 1000, 1400 m. and $1,439,324 Won Sha Tin Chinese Club Challenge Cup [HK-3], Sha Tin Lek Yuen H., Sha Tin Pluto Plate, Sha Tin Central H., Sha Tin Ho Sheung Heung H., Sha Tin Harlech H. 2nd Sha Tin Stewards' Cup [HK-1], Sha Tin HKSAR Chief Executive's Cup, Sha Tin Panasonic Cup, Sha Tin Tseung Kwan O Plate, Sha Tin Chinese Recreation Club Challenge Cup, Sha Tin Gay Eighties H. 3rd Sha Tin Sha Tin Trophy [HK-3].

  • Hidden Dragon (AUS) Bay, 1999, 16hh

    HIDDEN DRAGON (AUS)

    Bay colt 1999

     

    Sire:
    Danehill
    1986

    Danzig

    Northern Dancer

    Nearctic
    Natalma

    14-c
    2-d

    Pas de Nom

    Admiral's Voyage
    Petitioner

    4-n
    7-a

    Razyana

    His Majesty

    Ribot
    Flower Bowl

    4-l
    4-d

    Spring Adieu

    Buckpasser
    Natalma

    1-s
    2-d

    Dam:
    Ballroom Babe
    1992

    Citidancer

    Lomond

    Northern Dancer
    My Charmer

    2-d
    13-c

    Mrs McArdy

    Tribal Chief
    Hanina

    19>
    14-b

    Taimian

    Taipan

    Bold Ruler
    Ritmar

    8-d
    22-b

    Miamian

    Clem
    Holiday

    1-n
    11>

  • Hidden Dragon (AUS) Bay, 1999, 16hh – Profile

    Hidden Dragon Making His Mark

    Hidden Dragon Making His Mark

    Fast sons of Danehill tend to make good stallions and Lyndhurst Stud's Hidden Dragon is no exception, the classy sprinter who proved himself on the tough racing stage that is Hong Kong already siring over 150 winners.

    Group winners Hollowlea and Hidden Warrior (an in-form winner of his last two at Rosehill) are amongst that tally as are the Listed winners Hidden Jewel and Miss Imagica who only recently claimed her second successive Listed Weetwood Handicap at Toowoomba.

    Also siring the talented stakes placegetters Obsidian Dragon, Saraji, Hidden Kisses, Steel Dragon and I'llbetricked, Hidden Dragon already boasts progeny earnings in excess of $8 million.

    Not only are his progeny burning the tracks in Queensland and elsewhere around Australia, Hidden Dragon is also doing very nicely in Asia with winners in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and Macau.

    A $700,000 Easter yearling, Hidden Dragon was competitive in good company (on one occasion second to the mighty Silent Witness) over four seasons in Hong Kong. Winning six races from 1000m to 1400m, he enjoyed a career high-

    light when taking out the Gr.3 Chinese Club Challenge Cup at Sha Tin.

    A son of the mighty Danehill – a truly great sire of sires – Hidden Dragon hails from a highly successful local family, being a son of the triple Gr.1 winning mare Ballroom Babe. Also dam of the Gr.2 Furious Stakes winner Just Dancing and the Gr.2 McNeil Stakes winner Tahni Girl, Ballroom Babe is out of a half sister to the Gr.2 winner Reingard.

    Another of her siblings is the dam of the dual Gr.1 winner Dandy Andy and she can also count amongst her relations the stakes winners Fence Postwal (Gr.1 Selangor Gold Cup), Balmeressa, River Chant, McGuane, Outlaws and Marquardt.

    Hidden Dragon boasts over 76% starters from named foals, over 76.5% of starters are win/placed and earnings over $8 million. With over 85 winners of 125 races alone in 2012/2013, Hidden Dragon's recent winners include Like A Gee Six (2), Hide 'n' Seek (2), Mythologist, Find Me A Dragon, Jeram Rose Wood, Boom Sha La, Erebus, Slysera, Dragon Sign, Titanomagnetite, etc.

    Hidden Dragon is another Lyndhurst Stud phenomenon and a real asset to the Queensland racing and breeding industry.

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    Hidden Kisses Too Game

    Hidden Kisses Too Game

    Having only her second start in Sydney, tough and talented mare Hidden Kisses recorded a gutsy victory in the Sportsyear Handicap at Randwick on Saturday.

    The former Queenslander, now a member of the Chris Waller stable, had to dig deep after hitting the lead at the 150m - strongly challenged but able to dig deep.

    A mare who has always known how to find the line, Hidden Kisses has now won seven of her 36 starts - amassing over $470,000 in stakes.

    "Full credit to Robert Heathcote," Waller said after the race, "she came to me in great shape."

    "And I appreciate being given the opportunity to take over the training of such a nice horse."

    Proving a great investment for connections who paid just $25,000 for the daughter of Hidden Dragon at the 2009 Magic Millions, Hidden Kisses - being stakes placed - has a future as a broodmare.

    A daughter of the five times winning Piccolo mare Kiss An Angel, Hidden Kisses is one of that excellent broodmare's five winners from as many foals.

    A regular visitor to Hidden Dragon, Kiss An Angel is also dam of his winners Chasing Kisses and Helen's Angel - and she has also produced the two times winning Sequalo Sequalo's Revenge.

    Hidden Kisses boasts a link to one of the greats of the Australian turf, hailing from the family of the champion Gloaming.

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    Hidden Dragon in great form

    Hidden Dragon in great form

    June has been a good month for Hidden Dragon who kicked off the month with a highly successful Saturday - five winners on the first day of the month.

    Leading the way was the in-form Hidden Warrior, a Group 3 winner last spring who has been back in flying form the the Paul Perry stable.

    Successful at Rosehill in mid-May, he was again too good at that track - recording his fourth victory from just 11 starts.

    "He is going well," said Perry, noting that "it was a good effort today to chase the leader and do all the work."

    "He has always shown a little something," he continued - adding that the flashy chestnut may have a spell in preparation for a spring campaign.

    "He will be a better horse for it," he said, noting that Hidden Warrior is only just learning how to be a racehorse.

    "He chases well and settles well which he did not do before."

    Jockey Nathan Berry has always had a good opinion of Hidden Warrior - "he has always had a lot of talent," he said - "we have just been waiting for the penny to drop."

    "I think riding him with a sit now and giving him something to follow helps and he is not lugging on the turn now. He is still doing a few little things wrong down the straight but it just shows that there is more improvement there."

    On the same day the speedy juvenile Mythologist won his fourth in a row, proving too strong for his rivals over 1000m at Emerald. Meanwhile Hidden Duck bolted in with his maiden at the Sunshine Coast, saluting over 1100m by a soft 5 1/4 lengths and Titanomagnetite was another new Hidden Dragon winner, taking our her maiden by nearly three lengths over 900m at the Gold Coast.

    Like A Gee Six was another easy winner, saluting by by 2 1/2 lengths at Warwick and since then Find Me A Dragon (game breaking her maiden at Taree at only her third outing), Erebus (2Y0 winner at Cairns), Boom Sha La, Hide N Seek and Slysera have all been local winners for Hidden Dragon whilst in Singapore Jeram Rose Wood was in recent winning form.

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    I’llbetricked highlights QTIS Sale success

    I’llbetricked highlights QTIS Sale success

    A prolific provincial winner, the tough and talented I’llbetricked brought his country form to town on Wednesday, the David Lawlor trained five-year-old racing away to an easy victory in the 1630m Sky Racing Handicap.

    Well fancied having caught the eye when a fast-finishing second at his previous start at Eagle Farm, the son of Hidden Dragon recorded the eighth victory of his 45 start career.

    Bred by Lyndhurst Stud, I’llbetricked has proven quite the bargain for connections - Sherrie Lawlor payinng just $14,000 at the 2009 Magic Millions QTIS 600 Yearling Sale.

    A stakes placed winner of over $120,000, I’llbetricked is out of the two times winning Twig Moss mare Hallelujah, also dam of the Listed winner Domine.

    This is a strong Australian family, one whose members also include the stakes winners Bordeaux, Hockney, Platelet, Muddy Water and Sun Duke.

    Lyndhurst Stud takes 13 sons of Hidden Dragon to this year's QTIS Sale - always a great place to buy...

    Lot 29 b.f Kiss Me All Over (Sequalo): full sister to the Victorian winner Kiss My Dragon from the family of Sequalo's tough dual stakes winner Bold Glance.

    Lot 38 ch.f Lady Filante (Filante): half sister to the juvenile winner Port Raider from the strong NZ family of Group winners Dopff, Pussy Willow, Valpolicella, Rizon, Ready To Lift, Curriggee, Sir Clive and Ascending.

    Lot 151 b.c Prime Jewel (Beautiful Crown): son of a city placed 1000m winning half sister to the prolific Newton's Ring - Listed winner of an amazing 22 races.

    Lot 231 b.c Sportsgail (Final Card): grandson of the dual stakes winner Balm In Gilead - also grandam of the Singapore champ Why Be.

    Lot 268 ch.c Toasted Gold (Breakfast Creek): out of a multiple city winner whose first three to race have all been winners including the metro winner King Corvette.

    Lot 272 b.c True Cross (General Nediym): full brother to the 2Y0 winner Speed Dragon from the family of legendary stallion Century.

    Lot 292 br.c Whattaroa (Nine Carat): half brother to three winners out of a Listed William Crockett Stakes winner.

    Lot 355 b.f Chocolate Starfish (Integra): daughter of a Gr.2 placed city winner who has already produced the three times winner Thirty Three Large.

    Lot 361 b.f Classy Eagle (Montjeu): a member of one of Australasia's finest families - that of the big race winners General Nediym, Horlicks, Brew, Military Plume, Interstellar and Monaco Consul.

    Lot 378 b.f Dashing Zoe (Zariz): dam is a half sister to the city winners Alimony and Kalera King from the family of Gr.1 winners Freemason and Shaybisc.

    Lot 387 b.f Donna Mia (Timber County): out of a half sister to the stakes winners Donna Dior and Yesterday from the family of Golden Slipper winning successful stallion Catbird.

    Lord 409 br.f Fillinikas (Sequalo): second foal of a half sister to the stakes placed dual city winner Size Her Up from the family of durable stakes winner Top Marc.

    Lot 411 b.c Flash Valentine (Canadian Silver): son of a multiple city winning half sister to the 15 times winner Celestial Beat. Member of the legendary Lyndhurst Eye Liner family.

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    Rising star's grandam in foal to Hidden Dragon

    Rising star's grandam in foal to Hidden Dragon

    Exciting filly Miracles Of Like is the talk of racing after her stunning 4¼ length victory in Saturday's Listed Blue Diamond Fillies Preview.

    Unbeaten in three starts - successful each time by wide margins - the Daniel Clarken trained chestnut is understandably a hot favourite for next month's Group One Blue Diamond Stakes.

    Miracles Of Life is the first foal produced by her unraced dam Dazzling Gazelle whose dam Snippets' Jewel has proven a very good producer - all five of her foals to race being winners including the metropolitan winner Ultramarine Blue.

    A two times sprint winner closely related to the juvenile stakes winners Exclusive Halo and Miss Jugah, Snippets' Jewel is now owned in Queensland and we are happy to report that she has tested in foal to our very own Hidden Dragon.

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    Paul Perry loves Hidden Dragon!

    Paul Perry loves Hidden Dragon!

    As the trainer of exciting three-year-old Hidden Warrior (pictured) - winner of the Gr.3 C.S Hayes Stakes on W.S Cox Plate Day, respected Newcastle trainer Paul Perry is a fan of Hidden Dragon and he added another nice example of the breed to his stables at the recent Inglis Classic Yearling Sale.

    Catching his eye was a lovely chestnut (the same colour as the flashy Hidden Warrior) colt out of the city winning Zabeel mare Zerelda.

    Bred by Balthasar Pty Ltd and Doug Newberry and prepared by Denise McGrath out of Aurora Lodge, the handsome colt - a half brother to the Listed winner Spinnawitch - was secured by the Perry stable for $65,000.

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    Singapore double for Hidden Dragon

    Singapore double for Hidden Dragon

    So tough and sound are the Hidden Dragon breed that they perform consistently throughout Australia - and beyond, his progeny faring particularly well on the Asian circuit.

    And on Sunday January 13 he was represented by a winning double in Singapore, the smart gallopers Fantastic Boy and Danzig Rocket both in the winnner's circle at Kranji.

    Both members of the Sonny Keoh stable, the duo won by convincing margins - Fantastic Boy breaking his maiden by a solid 1 1/2 lengths whilst Danzig Rocket was even more impressive saluting by a soft four lengths.

    Bred at Lyndhurst Stud by Jeff Kruger, Fantastic Boy was having his seventh start and his on pace victory can be viewed at: http://www.turfclub.com.sg/MediaCenter/VideoGallery/Pages/RaceVideos.aspx?url=http://videos.turfclub.com.sg/2013/20130113SR07.jpg&MeetingDate=2013-01-13T00:00:00Z&Year=2013&RaceNumber=7&title=20130113SR07&RaceType=RaceVideos&index=0#.UPdYqWdg-dw

    Sold for $70,000 at the 2011 Magic Millions Gold Coast QTIS 600 Sale, Fantastic Boy is the second foal for well related Gilded Time mare Cenotime.

    Served last spring by Sequalo having produced a Drumbeats filly in late September, Cenotime is a half sister to the multiple city winner Kudeta from a prolific black type family that has produced the international star Vengeance Of Rain, the Blue Diamond Stakes winner Danelagh, the AJC Oaks heroine Dizelle and the Group winners Memphis Blues, Palatious, Cable and Bon Amie.

    Having his third run back from a spell, Danzig Rocket recorded his fifth career victory and he too showed great natural pace to lead throughout... http://www.turfclub.com.sg/MediaCenter/VideoGallery/Pages/RaceVideos.aspx?url=http://videos.turfclub.com.sg/2013/20130113SR10.jpg&MeetingDate=2013-01-13T00:00:00Z&Year=2013&RaceNumber=10&title=20130113SR10&RaceType=RaceVideos&index=0#.UPdZ_Gdg-dw

    Sadly Danzig Rocket's dam Danzig's Strike died young a few years ago having produced just four foals - her final foal being a full brother (now two) to Danzig Rocket. She hailed from the family of stakes winners Dazzling Flyer and French Flute.

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    Miss Imagica loves Toowoomba!

    Miss Imagica loves Toowoomba!

    There is no doubt that outstanding Hidden Dragon mare Miss Imagica loves her home track - the Michael Nolen trained five-year-old recording all but one of her nine career victories at beloved Toowoomba.

    Since winning her maiden at her Ipswich debut in March 2010, Miss Imagica has raced ten times at Toowoomba - losing out only twice!

    And she was at her best at her favourite course on Saturday January 5, at only her second run this campaign racing away to an easy 3¼ length victory in the Fillies & Mares Quality Handicap.

    Working hard early from a wide gate, Miss Imagica made the pace - kicking clear from the home straight and never looking in andy danger of defeat.

    The win was both a thrill and a relief for Nolan who admitted to have been worried about his mare's topweight of 59kg - 3.5kg more than the next horse in the weights. And it was a smart field too.

    "I had huge doubts," Nolan admitted.

    "I didn't know whether she could give smart horses like Bradbury Chocolate 5kg and win but she just brained them."

    "It is amazing what she is able to do on this track," he said, adding that Miss Imagica would now enjoy a freshen-up in preparation for another crack at the Listed Weetwood Handicap in April - a race she won last year by a dominant 2¼ lengths.

    "We will try to do again what we did last year," Nolan said, adding that "she'll be retired then and go to the breeding barn."

    Miss Imagica was nicely ridden by Skye Bogenhuber who was excited to record her "first quality win - a real thrill!" she enthused, keen to give Miss Imagica all the credit - "it was a massive effort from her."

    Miss Imagica's winning time of 1:12.89 broke her own class record for the 1200m.

    Her success was part of a good recent run for the ever consistent Hidden Dragon whose other winners since the start of the year include Sun Warrior (1¾ winner under 62kg at Innisfail on New Year's Day), Dynomitella (1¼ length winner at Ipswich second up on January 4), Penski Material (successful at three of her last four including a Townsville 1000m contest on January 8), Hidden Starlet (Nanango winner under 59kg on January 12) and Hidden Woman (Port Macquarie, January 13).

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    SISTER MAGIC DOES IT AGAIN

    SISTER MAGIC DOES IT AGAIN

    Exciting Hidden Dragon filly Sister Magic made it two from two when putting on display her superior speed at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

    A debut winner at that same track a couple of weeks ago, the Michael Nolen trained two-year-old held her form, showing plenty of courage when challenged over the final stages.

    Described by Nolen as "a nice filly with good speed and good size like her sister," Sister Magic is a full sister to this year's Listed Weetwood Handicap Miss Imagica.

    Adding that Sister Magic has proven "very professional," Nolen is pleased to have been trusted with her training by her breeders Gordon and Cathy Smith.

    Having sold Miss Imagica and their mare Imagica's next foal, they were ready to keep one of her daughters and they have chosen well!

    "We wanted to keep a filly from the mare and fortunately it has worked out well for us," Gordon Smith said.

    "Sheep and wool are our main business but we have a couple of mares (at a property west of Stanthorpe)."

    Smith's father John raced the good 1960s sprinter Firebox and the family were also involved in Donnatelle, who won 11 races in the early 1990s.

    Already the winner of $113,000, Sister Magic is giving her owners a good bit of fun, Gordon and Kathy racing her with their son and daughter Kenneth and Philippa.

    "It's just fantastic to have everyone involved. We're having a lot of fun," Cathy said.

    Nolen is enjoying having both fillies under his care - "it is fun for us here at the stable to be training sisters," he said, - "it's a rare opportunity and one we're enjoying."

    Hidden Dragon also added a new winner to his ever increasing tally on Saturday with Hidden Manner (bred by Lyndhurst) breaking his maiden at Innisfail. Sequalo was represented by a winner - Thirty Three Large - at the same meeting.

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    Hidden Warrior part of big weekend for Hidden Dragon

    Hidden Warrior part of big weekend for Hidden Dragon

    There is nothing like a winner over the Melbourne Spring Carnival and trainer Paul Perry was delighted when his classy three-year-old recorded a gutsy victory in the Group 3 Red Anchor Stakes at Moonee Valley on Saturday.

    Doing early work from the outside gate, the attractive chestnut did a fair bit wrong - still green - but when challenged in the straight he found plenty to win by half a length.

    Having only his sixth start and his third this preparation, Hidden Warrior has always been highly regarded - at his first start at two only just beaten by Pierro in the Listed Breeders Plate at Randwick.

    Given plenty of time after his two-year-old preparation, Hidden Warrior is a horse, says Perry, who has plenty of scope for improvement.

    "He is probably still six months away," he said - "he is still immature."

    Perry was justifiably proud of Hidden Warrior's victory at his first start at Group level.

    "He worked early," he said, "Nash (Rawiller) had to make use of him early so it was a tough effort."

    Unsure if Hidden Warrior will back up in Saturday's Gr.1 Coolmore Stakes at Flemington - "we will see how he pulls up and how he does during the week" - Perry was joined in his high opinion of the horse by Nash Rawiller

    "You all saw how raw and wayward the horse can be," he said, "but he's a talent and he gives me the impression that when it all clicks he can go on to be a genuine Group One horse."

    Hidden Warrior was bred by great Lyndhurst supporter and respected bloodstock agent Anton Koolman who is a great Hidden Dragon fan.

    "Hidden Dragon enjoyed Cox Plate weekend producing his fourth stakes winner and siix  individual winners throughout Australia to maintain his position in the top 20 sires on wins in the country," he said.

    "Whilst the majority of Hidden Dragons progeny race in Queensland his better performances have come outside his home state with black type performers in Victoria and South Australia from a select few runners. Hidden Dragon covered large books of mares which has resulted in a great number of individual winners of multiple races but it is evident that once given the opportunity to cover a quality mare he responds."

    "When we sold Hidden Warrior as a yearling," he continued, "I would not have imagined he would be precocious enough to take his place in a Breeders Plate but to Paul Perry’s credit he pushed Pierro to a half head."

    "If my assesment of Hidden Warrior is correct, he will have a bumper year as a three-year-old."

    * in a nice bit of Lyndhurst Stud trivia, the Red Anchor Stakes won by Hidden Warrior was, back in 1993, won by our very own Sequalo!

    Also in winning form on Saturday was the Terry & Karina O'Sullivan (trainers of Hidden Dragon Gr.2 winner Hollowlea) trained Our Rosella who recorded a one length maiden victory over 2000m at St Arnaud in Victoria. Bred by Lyndhurst, she was sold to owner Kingsley Peach - a great supporter of the Hidden Dragon breed - at the 2010 Magic Millions National Yearling Sale for $6000.

    Another new Hidden Dragon winner on Saturday was Pinnacle Ridge who broke through over 1250m at Cairns. He is a son of the city winning Blazing Saddles mare Lady Blaze who also has a two-year-old colt by Hidden Dragon.

    And at the Gold Coast on Saturday Hidden Dragon enjoyed a double with Quizette (whose dam, the Listed winner Quizas is a regular visitor to Hidden Dragon) recording her second victory for the Helen Page stable whilst the in-form Speeding Dragon made it three in a row stepping up from victories at Rockhampton and Emerald. He has had 11 starts for four wins and four placings for Roma trainer Craig Smith... and he is quite the Lyndhurst product being out of the Celestial Dancer mare Rhapsody Girl who has produced two Sequalo winners including the multiple city winner Blackwoods Choice. Rhapsody Girl's dam Regal Rhapsody meanwhile is the dam of Sequalo stakes winner Royal Shiraz.

    Hidden Dragon's good run continued on Sunday with Vermithrax won his maiden by a soft 2.3 lengths at Queanbeyan on Sunday. He is a son of the Luskin Star mare Good Thing who has produced five winners by Lyndhurst stallions including the stake placed Celestial Dancer gelding Heavenly Cruise.

    In other Hidden Dragon news, his classy daughter Obsidian Dragon - who two starts ago toyed with a classy field in the Apache Cat Classic on Cranbourne Cup Day - will, say connections, bounce back from an unplaced run at Moonee Valley on Saturday.

    "We elected to try to get in behind them given the pace inside," said part-owner Jeff Collins, "but it didn't work - when Kulgrinda whipped around three wide to put her in between runs she just didn't travel."

    Going home to South Australia for a ten day freshen-up, Obsidian Dragon will be set for a Moonee Valley race on November 24.

    Meanwhile Hidden Dragon's family is also in form - at Doomben on Saturday Dee Bee Nine winning his second race in a row. He is a grandson of Hidden Dragon's outstanding dam Ballroom Babe.

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    Obsidian Dragon flies!

    Obsidian Dragon flies!

    "A super win!" enthused proud part-owner Jeff Collins after the gutsy victory recorded by the fast and tough Hidden Dragon mare Obsidian Dragon at Cranbourne last Sunday.

    Second up from a spell having caught the eye with a game first up third at Moonee Valley, the David Balfour trained five-year-old had been set for the race - a $100,000 Cranbourne Cup Day feature named after the mighty Apache Cat.

    "That was the race we were aiming for," said Collins who is now looking forward to the dilemma of where to race the honest bay next.

    "There is a 1000m race at Moonee Valley on Cox Plate Day and an 1100m event at Flemington on Oaks Day."

    "The 1000m at the Valley suits but it is an open handicap whereas the Flemington event is a black type mares race."

    "It is a great situation to be in," he added - excited that Obsidian Dragon is in great form at the right time of year.

    Not that has ever been in anything but great form, having won nine of her 24 starts with a further eight placings to her credit.

    The winner of over $414,000 in stakes, Obsidian Dragon has done a great job - costing just $23,000 at the Magic Millions National Weanling Sale.

    Bred by Fraternity Thoroughbreds and raced by Collins with Jason Carvill and Robyn Balfour, Obsidian Dragon did not have the easiest of runs in the Apache Cat Classic, sitting outside the leader off a hot pace but finding plenty over the final stages - drawing clear to win by a length.

    Obsidian Dragon is one of four winners from as many foals to race for the city winning Monde Bleu mare Aradina. A regular visitor to Hidden Dragon (she has had two fillies and a colt by him since producing her speedy daughter), she is also dam of the Listed winner Danedina and the metropolitan winners Johadina and Fasadina.

    Obsidian Dragon's success was part of a good weekend for Hidden Dragon who was represented by a double on Saturday - Special Dragon winning by five lengths at Gayndah whilst the Peter Moody trained three-year-old Kiss My Dragon impressively broke her maiden by two lengths at Pakenham.

    Meanwhile on Friday Can't Find Him looked the goods racing away to a smart 3.8 length victory at his Coff's Harbour debut.

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    Hidden Dragon's progeny firing

    Hidden Dragon's progeny firing

    Like Sequalo, Hidden Dragon has made a great start to the 2012/13 season with his progeny already winning 24 races.

    Brilliant Dragon who when breaking his maiden in August became his sire's first winner beyond 2000m, was again in winning form at Ipswich in early October, displaying versatility by winning a Class 1 event over 1700m.

    Meanwhile the consistent Hidden Kisses was in the winner's circle at Doomben in early August and she has not run a bad race since - in four subsequent outings not once out of the first four. What a great return on her $25,000 pricetag she has been for her owners - her six wins from 30 starts netting them just short of $400,000 in stakes.

    Stakes placed, Hidden Kisses is a full sister to the two times winner Chasing Kisses and two of her half siblings by Sequalo are also winners - Sequalo Revenge and Flying Ryan. Their dam, the five times winner Kiss An Angel, is a regular visitor to Hidden Dragon.

    Another bargain at the yearling sales, Komodo Blue has also been in great form of late - the Grant Marshall trained five-year-old winning the Sesquicentennial Cup at Muswellbrook in early August and a few weeks later saluting at Doomben.

    A $14,000 Magic Millions graduate, she has won seven of her 22 starts.

    Lightly raced mare Just Betty is another recent city winner for Hidden Dragon - the three times winner from just seven starts proving too strong for her rivals over 1400m at Eagle Farm in late August. A home-bred for the Bidewell family, she is a full sister to the winner Hidden Star.

    Another promising Hidden Dragon is Hide The Moon who looked the goods saluting at his Grafton debut in late September. A home-bred for Rosemary Sloan, he is out of the winning Eagle Eyed mare Moon Beam Kisses who foaled a Hidden Dragon filly last spring.

    Hide The Moon boasts an interesting pedigree with Eagle Eyed being a full brother to Hidden Dragon's champion sire Danehill.

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    Hidden Warrior's impressive "trial"

    Hidden Warrior's impressive "trial"

    A horse who has always displayed considerable promise, Hidden Dragon's exciting son Hidden Warrior broke his maiden in impressive style at Newcastle on Wednesday.

    Having his first run since late last year, the Paul Perry trained three-year-old first caught the eye when running Champion 2Y0 Pierro to a head (the closest any horse has been to that rising star) at his debut in the Listed Breeders Plate last spring.

    Consequently splitting high class performers Hoss Amor and Dear Demi in the Wyong Magic Millions - beaten a mere neck - Hidden Warrior blossomed during a lengthy break, Perry confident that he can again measure up in good company.

    As is jockey Nash Rawiller who enjoyed a stellar day at Newcastle - Hidden Warrior (who was sent out a hot odds-on favourite on the back of his outstanding form) one of his four winners on the card.

    "He basically came here today for a trial," he said.

    "He was well above himself and did a few things wrong but that will clean him out nicely for future runs. He is a promising horse."

    Hidden Warrior was bred by Anton Koolman Bloodstock who sold the good-looking chestnut at the 2011 Magic Millions for $105,000.

    He is a son of the excellent broodmare Marcovette (who only a few weeks ago foaled a colt by Sebring), a city winning daughter of St Covet who has also produced the Listed Gimcrack Stakes winner Defiant Dame who sold at the June Magic Millions broodmare sale in foal to Fastnet Rock for $750,000.

    Marcovette's two-year-old Titanomagnetite, a $135,000 Magic Millions yearling and a full brother to Hidden Warrior, is currently in work with Helen Page at the Gold Coast. Meanwhile her yearling filly - also by Hidden Dragon - has been entered for next year's Magic Millions sale.

    Like Hidden Dragon's stakes winning daughter Miss Imagica, Hidden Warrior is bred on the famed Danehill/Biscay cross. With his 4 X 4 cross of Northern Dancer, Hidden Dragon is certainly bred to appreciate strains of Star Kingdom and we look forward to welcoming mares from this great line to him.

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    A Brilliant winner for Hidden Dragon

    A Brilliant winner for Hidden Dragon

    A first for Hidden Dragon at Ipswich last Friday, his promising son Brilliant Dragon breaking his maiden in easy fashion and in doing so becoming his sire's first winner beyond 2000m.

    A member of the strong Robert Heathcote stable, the four-year-old has always displayed good ability and he really came into his own stepping up from 1500m to 2180m - proving nearly five lengths too strong for his rivals.

    Settling behind the leaders on the rails, the bay crept up three wide to hit the lead at the turn and simply raced away - the win of a horse going places.

    Hidden Dragon's 98th individual winner, Brilliant Dragon was bred by Canning Downs, Warwick and sold at the Magic Millions for $42,500. He is out of the Semipalatinsk mare Lady Brilliant whose six to race have all been winners. Her dam is the Listed Queen Of The Turf Stakes winner Refulgence, half sister to the stakes winners Dalglow and Grand Thrill.

    Meanwhile at Sunshine Coast on Sunday Sequalo was represented by a very tough winner the seven-year-old King Eagle, his sire's first $100,000 yearling when sold by Windemere Stud at the 2007 Magic Millions - treating his rivals to a 3 1/2 length galloping lesson in the 1000m maiden.

    Not many owners have the patience to wait for their horse to turn seven to break their maiden but King Eagle's connections including John Lauder have always shown faith in their talented but unfortunately unsound galloper.

    Showing ability when second at his first start at Ipswich back in the spring of 2010, King Eagle was sent out favourite at his next outing only to break down with tendon troubles.

    Several come-back attempts were made but none were successful until King Eagle made his way to the Gympie stables of Barry Gill - he and his wife Desiree, King Eagle's track rider ("she won't let anyone else on him!") taking such good care of him that in five starts since the start of July he has not missed a placing.

    "He has run into a couple of good ones and a couple of wet tracks," Barry said.

    A horse who has always thought of himself as "a pony," Gill says King Eagle is only just starting to develop the attitude of a racehorse.

    Deserving of the win, the stable put plenty of work into King Eagle who works in rubber tapes, swims three or four times a week and has gel pads applied after every gallop.

    "Everytime we take his bandages off we look to see if the tendon has gone again," Gill said, adding that even King Eagle's so-called "good" tendon does not look good.

    Describing King Eagle - a son of the Gr.2 Light Fingers Stakes winner Gem Of The West - as "a magnificent animal," Gill is obviously very fond of the good-looking dark brown near black gelding and he noted that jockey Michael Cahill also has a good opinion - after his easy win joking "well that was a nice trial!"

    Pulling up well, King Eagle will head to the Sunshine Coast for another 1000m contest in three week's time and everyone at Lyndhurst wishes his connections the very best of luck.

    *** STOP PRESS: exciting young stallion DRUMBEATS is celebrating the arrival of his first foal - a bay colt out of the lightly raced Montjeu mare Classy Eagle from the wonderful Gr.1 family of Military Plume, General Nediym, Monaco Consul, Interstellar, Zip Zip Aray, Sealegs, Niconero and Nicconi. Stay tuned for photos!

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    Another great weekend for Hidden Dragon

    Another great weekend for Hidden Dragon

    The winners just keep rolling in for outstanding young stallion Hidden Dragon with four of his sons and daughters successful over the last few days.

    Tough stakes placed mare Hidden Kisses headlined her sire's great weekend with a gutsy victory at Doomben on Saturday.

    Having really caught the eye with a fast-finishing third at her previous outing, the Robert Heathcote trained five-year-old was sent out a hot odds-on favourite and whilst the margin was a narrow one, she always looked the winner.

    Increasing her prizemoney tally to an impressive $367,800, Hidden Kisses recorded the sixth win of her 26 start career.

    A great buy for just $25,000 at the 2009 Magic Milions, Hidden Kisses - bred by Andrew O'Dwyer - is only the second foal produced by the five times winning city placed sprinter Kiss An Angel by Piccolo.

    A regular visitor to Hidden Dragon, Kiss An Angel is also dam of the Victorian winner Chasing Kisses (whose trainer Terry O'Sullivan is a big fan of the breed having enjoyed Gr.2 success with Hollowlea) as well as the Sequalo winner Sequalo Revenge.

    Hidden Dragon's latest winning run kicked off at Scone on Friday with three-year-old Maragee claiming her maiden at big odds at only her second start.

    A home-bred for the Croan family, she is the first foal produced by the two times winning Marechal mare Maredamah.

    Another new winner for Hidden Dragon is Vasuki who, at his third run this preparation, appreciated a step up to 1200m when breaking through at Lismore on Saturday.

    Bred and raced by Helen Coughlan, she is the final foal produced by the Our Poetic Prince mare Direct Message who died a couple of years ago.

    Hidden Dragon's fourth winner for the weekend was Komodo Blue who proved 1.3 lengths too strong for her rivals at Muswellbrook on Sunday.

    Bred by Dieter Ruzicka and sold at the 2009 Magic Millions for $14,000, the bay has proven a wonderful mare for connections - her latest success her sixth from 18 starts.

    Successful at two of her last three, the Grant Marshall trained five-year-old is the last foal produced by the Bluebird mare Paleface Blue who died three years ago. She threw another two winners for Lyndhurst stallions - Hayil the sire of her multiple city winner The Chanster and her four times winner Pitch White.

    Sequalo also enjoyed success at the Gold Coast on Saturday, the lightly raced and promising Witches Lips in winning form at her first start since last year. A member of the Helen Page stable, she has won two of six.

    STOP PRESS: Yet another winner for Hidden Dragon on Monday with Chasing Kisses saluting at Mildura. A member of the Terry O'Sullivan stable she is a full sister to Saturday's winner Hidden Kisses! Their dam Kiss An Angel is back at Lyndhurst due to re-visit Hidden Dragon this season. And further success for Hidden Dragon in Asia with his son Befledged- a Lyndhurst home-bred - winning at Selangor, Malaysia. Also a winner in Singapore, he is a half brother to the stakes winner Over The Wicket and Down The Wicket and his dam Golf Circuit has a lovely yearling colt by Sequalo - and is due to foal to him again this spring. Meanwhile her two-year-old Sequalo is in work with Tony Gollan

    And yet another winner at Townsville on Tuesday -- the Lyndhurst bred Wild Iris breaking her maiden in impressive fashion by nearly three lengths.

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    Big weekend for HIDDEN DRAGON

    Big weekend for HIDDEN DRAGON

    Always reliable, the consistent HIDDEN DRAGON has enjoyed an outstanding weekend with no less than six impressive winners headline by a gutsy victory by Steel Dragon in the Lightning Handicap at Townsville.

    Recording the eighth win of his 29 start career and increasing his prize money tally to an impressive $367,600, Steel Dragon was a part of an amazing week for his trainer Olivia Cairns who had a good excuse not to be on track - having given birth to a baby boy the day before!

    Raced by Granham Nicolls and Neville Walsh, Steel Dragon had been below his best at previous outings - his campaign hindered by severe stomach ulcers which fortunately responded well to treatment.

    Meanwhile three-year-old Just Betty won by nearly three lengths at the Gold Coast - her second success from only four starts for the Darren Bell stable. A home-bred for the Bidewell family, she is a full sister to the winner Hidden Star out of a half sister to the multiple city winner Junk In The Trunk.

    Four-year-old Dragons Bletch recorded his fourth win when proving half a length too strong for his rivals in a Class 5 1000m event at Townsville. A $32,000 yearling who was pin-hooked and re-sold for $62,000, he is a full brother to the winner Big Bear Chase from the family of Melbourne Cup hero Viewed.

    Consistent filly Sistabella was in winning form at Roma in late June and again at Longreach on Saturday. A bargain $9000 purchase, she is a half sister to six winners including Sequalo's three times winner Sistagirl and a full sister to Spiritofthedragon who also won on Saturday - recording her second victory when successful at Wondai. Bred by Lyndhurst, in-form the duo are also half siblings to the Adelaide Magic Milions winner Dress Code and their dam's full brother is current for sale...

    http://www.gavelhouse.com/au/listings/show/id/8173

    Hidden Dragon's good form continued on Sunday with two-year-old Saddleback saluting in impressive fashion at his Sunshine Coast debut. Bred by Palm View Stud and purchased by Alan Acton for $22,000 at the Rockhampton Capricornia Yearling Sale, he is out of the winning Canny Lad mare Rubies And Gold, a half sister to the US stakes winner Silver Jet.

    Hidden Dragon stands for $11,000 inc GST and breeders are reminded to take advantage of the '2 for 1 deal' - send one mare who is a) stakes performed, b) a stakes producer or c) amultiple city winner - and receive a second nomination!

    Hidden Dragon's great haul was just part of a successful weekend for Lyndhurst stallions, other winners including Sequillian (a three-year-old Sequalo filly who has won her last two at Ipswich by wide margins), Carry Larry's Rose (a three-year-old son of the late Carry The Flag who recorded his second win at Toowoomba), Trail Boss (a consistent son of Sequalo whose Sunshine Coast victory was his seventh success from 19 starts) and Rocklea Raider (a four-year-old by the late Canadian Silver who really looked the goods taking out his maiden by over seven lengths at the Sunshine Coast).

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    Danzig Rockets to victory

    Danzig Rockets to victory

    Talented speedster Danzig Rocket was back to his best at Kranji on Friday night, the son of Hidden Dragon putting on a pacy display to outspeed his rivals in a 1000m dash.

    Always travelling well for seven times champion Malaysia jockey Azhar Ismail, the Dr Yeoh trained four-year-old hugged the rails into the straight - kicking clear a long way from home; strong right to the line.

    "I was able to sit behind the pace and when I got a clear run on the rails he responded very well for a very nice win," Ismail said.

    “He’s a good horse," Dr Yeoh added.

    “From the wide draw, I told Azhar to just kick him forward and not to look back."

    The second Hidden Dragon winner this week on the competitive Asian circuit (Dragimova saluting at Shatin), Danzig Rocket is out of the three times winning Danzig Connection mare Danzig's Strike.

    Hailing from the family of stakes winners Dazzling Flyer and French Flute, Danzig's Strike sadly passed away two years ago - her final foal a Hidden Dragon yearling colt.

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    Hidden Dragon's first Hong Kong winner

    Hidden Dragon's first Hong Kong winner

    Hidden Dragon reached another significant milestone on the weekend with his lightly raced and promising son Dragimova becoming his sire's first Hong Kong winner.

    Having only his third start, the three-year-old showed good heart to salute over 1200m under the guidance of champion rider Douglas Whyte.

    Luckless at his first couple of outings - drawing awkwardly on both occasions - Dragimova was deserving of his win, showing good improvement with the addition of blinkers.

    "I'd galloped him a couple of times with the blinkers on and they transformed him,' Whyte said.

    "He didn't fire up in them, he was just more focussed," Whyte said.

    "He drew out but I had Time Runner on my inside, who has been showing plenty of speed, and I expected to follow him across and let him do all the dirty work but Dragimova was too quick for him. So I took him to the front, he had a good look around and a breather and then he kicked."

    "I think he'll make a nice bread and butter horse next season."

    A $32,000 Magic Millions Gold Coast QTIS 600 Yearling Sale graduate who trialled at Warwick Farm before heading to Hong Kong, Dragimova races in the same colours as his sire.

    Bred and raced by the sane Fraternity Syndicate who raced Hidden Dragon, Dragimova is out of the city winning Jetball mare Jetonova. Dam of another three yet to be named Hidden Dragons (all fillies), she hails from the family of champion stallion Without Fear and last year's W.S Cox Plate winner Pinker Pinker.

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    Silk Traders another smart one for Hidden Dragon

    Silk Traders another smart one for Hidden Dragon

    Hidden Dragon looks to have another smart one in the shape of Silk Traders - game winner at Doomben on Wednesday,

    Having only his second start, the Kelso Wood trained three-year-old had good support in the betting, having run a great race at debut - racing wide but catching the eye with a Doomben second on June 20.

    Always travelling well just off the leaders, Silk Traders found plenty in the run home - becoming Hidden Dragon's 14th winner since the start of June.

    Bred by Fraternity Thoroughbreds and sold at the 2010 Brisbane Bloodstock Bonus Yearling Sale for $30,000, Silk Traders is the second Hidden Dragon winner for the unraced Luskin Star mare La Cauchemard - also dam of the Singapore winner American Tycoon.

    Also dam of a still to be named Hidden Dragon two-year-old, La Cauchemard is a full sister to the stakes winner Sweet Dream Lady, grandam of the stakes winner Queen Carey and the VRC Derby runner up Zarek.

    Bred on the highly successful Danehill/Kaoru Star cross, Silk Traders is a descendant of the great matriarch Chelandry and his fourth dam is the VRC Oaks heroine Innesfell.

    Other recent winners for Hidden Dragon include Slysera, Meribel Magic (at debut), Sistabella, Molly's Way (by three lengths), La Rive Droit, Secret Scene, Secret Kiss (with ease at Toowoomba debut), Sun Warrior (two in a row), Annette's Pumpkin (bolting in by nearly seven lengths), Mafia Princess (two in a row at the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast) and Penski Material (by 2.8 lengths).

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    Lyndhurst Trifecta in the Weetwood

    Lyndhurst Trifecta in the Weetwood

    A great result for Lyndhurst Stud in the time honoured Weetwood Handicap at Toowoomba, the Listed race with a history of being won by talented sprinters this year dominated by the progeny of our stallions.

    First over the line, a deserved winner of her first black type race, was the classy daughter of Hidden Dragon, Miss Imagica who could not have been more impressive saluting by 2.3 lengths - leaving in her wake the talented Sequalo's Cariad and Reilly Blue.

    Set for the feature by trainer Michael Nolan who has longed dreamed of winning his home track's biggest sprinting event, Miss Imagica was having her first run since mid-January and she reaffirmed her linking for the course - the Weetwood her seventh success at the course.

    In total the winner of eight races and just short of $400,000 in stakes, Miss Imagica overcame a tricky outside barrier draw.

    "I said to Nori (Yamada) when we drew the bad gate, just let her roll forward - don't panic. and he did that," said an excited Nolan.

    "I know she travelled a bit deep but she was comfortable and I thought coming to the turn she had a kick in her and she did."

    A trainer for 21 years, Nolan was thrilled to have won one of his favourite races - "I have watched them, I've been in them and now finally I have won one!" he enthused.

    "She has been a great mare for the group that races her," he continued - adding that he also trained Miss Imagica's dam Imagica.

    Also talented, Imagica had nine starts - winning four and finishing runner up on another three occasions.

    Bred by Gordon and Kathy Smith from Amiens near Stanthorpe, Miss Imagica is one of five winners produced by Imagica, her other winners including the multiple city winner Pelltro by former Lyndhurst stallion Hayil and Miss Imagica's promising two-year-old full brother, the first start winner Bullet One.

    The Smiths also bred another very good Hidden Dragon - the Singapore based Moonlite Shower.

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    Hidden Dragon's Princess

    Hidden Dragon's Princess

    Queensland-bred filly, Mafia Princess, has scored the biggest win of her career - the $100,000 Magic Millions Rockhamption 2YO Plate (1100m).

    Sent to the lead from the outset by Scott Galloway, Mafia Princess was then able to slip clear of her rivals at the top of the long straight and then hold out the red hot favourite Snipzu to win in a thrilling head bobbing photo finish.

    A $10,000 bargain buy for part owner and trainer Leigh Wanless, Mafia Princess is a daughter of Hidden Dragon (pictured) and was offered for sale by the farm which stands the sire, Lyndhurst Stud Farm - as agent for breeder Bill Kajewski.

    "She was lean and mean," Wanless said when asked why he bought Mafia Princess.

    "And you saw that in the race when she looked back at Snipzu, flicked her ear and refused to let her go past."

    "My wife Lee actually picked her out at the sales. She liked her and we bought her for $10,000."

    One of 75 impressive winners by Danehill's sire son Hidden Dragon, Mafia Princess is one of three winners produced by the winning Raise a Stanza mare, Eureka Blues.

    Mafia Princess is a graduate of last year's Magic Millions QTIS Yearling Sale along with the likes of Lady Colours, Discreet, Love Laughing and Doubtfilly.

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    Danzig Rockets home to victory

    Danzig Rockets home to victory

    Trainer Dr Yeoh Kheng Chye made an overdue visit to the winner's circle when Danzig Rocket took out the $55,000 Huat Chai Handicap over 1000m on the Polytrack on Sunday.

    It was just Dr Yeoh's second visit to the winner's circle for the year having previously tasted success with Merlin back on January 6.

    Ridden by 4kg claiming apprentice Dennis Oon, Danzig Rocket scored a three-quarter length win over BM Win (Brethem Tai) with Irish Lightning (Barend Vorster) a half-length away third.

    Danzig Rocket (Dennis Oon, yellow cap) bursts through to claim Race 3.

    The time was 59.59 secs, the fastest of the three 1000m races that opened racing on Sunday.

    The pace was quite hectic early with Blue Seven (Ivaldo Santana) leading the way over Mordi (Stephen Baster) and Irish Lightning with Danzig Rocket tucked away in fourth spot.

    On turning for home Blue Seven skipped away and with 200m to run looked all set for victory, but being first-up from a seven month spell began to tire and the field swooped.

    Oon was able to work through and into the clear and with 100m to run claimed the leader before holding off the chasing pack.

    "The 4kg claim helped him a lot today," said Dr Yeoh. "It was a cool ride by the boy who settled the horse well behind the pace and brought him home with a strong finish."

    "It proved today that he doesn't have to go to the front to win his races. He finished it off nicely."

    Danzig Rocket pulled-up with respiratory distress when a fading 11th back in December before resuming with a fourth behind the smart Popi Popi on Februay 5.

    "He was in need of a rest and he was fitter for his run last time," said Dr Yeoh. "He also was down in class which helped him also."

    Although just recording two wins from his previous 15 starts, Danzig Rocket had proven to be a model of consistency with seven minor placings.

    A four-year-old by Hidden Dragon from the Danzig Connection mare Danzig's Strike, Danzig Rocket has won more than $160,000 in prizemoney for his connections - the Danzig Rocket Stable.

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    Eight City Races For Obsidian Dragon

    Eight City Races For Obsidian Dragon

    Bonnie mare Obsidian Dragon brought her excellent Adelaide form to Melbourne on December 31, the fast and classy four-year-old claiming the very last race of 2011.

    Always in control of the Moonee Valley 1000m Mares Handicap, the David Balfour trained four-year-old was not slowed down by the impost of topweight as she raced away to a convincing 2.8 length victory.

    "That was an absolutely brilliant win!" enthused proud part owner Jeff Collins.

    "To carry 59.5kg with most of the other runners on the 54 minimum and do what she did was amazing."

    "She has now won eight metro races and given that it is hard enough to win one, it is a great effort."

    Amassing over $347,000 in prizemoney with her eight victories from 21 starts, Obsidian Dragon has four black type placings to her credit and connections are keen to secure a stakes win.

    "There are two Listed 1000m races coming up at Flemington and Caulfield," Collins said, "so maybe the time is right to get that black type win – she deserves one."

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    Two In A Row For Obsidian Dragon

    Two In A Row For Obsidian Dragon

    Speedy Adelaide mare Obsidian Dragon continued her run of great form with a classy victory at Morphettville on December 10 – her second success in a row at the track.

    Trained by David Balfour, the speedy, tough and talented four-year-old has won both times by wide margins – now boasting a prize money tally in excess of $286,000.

    A seven times winner from 20 starts, Obsidian Dragon is part raced by Jeff Collins who was thrilled by her latest performance.

    "It was a race in which we thought she may have been susceptible to a speed dual with the Darwin flying machine Dream Machine," he said – noting that that winner of six in a row was carrying 4.5kg less than Obsidian Dragon – "but she simply blew them away at the start."

    "Once she got the lead I knew she'd be almost impossible to get past – she is such a fighter."

    "She is a great advertisement for Hidden Dragon who is getting winners all over the place at the moment," he continued.

    There are several options for Obsidian Dragon in the immediate future with a trip to Melbourne and/or the Gold Coast for the rich Magic Millions meeting a possibility.

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    Warrior Starts To Get Serious In Preparation For MM

    Warrior Starts To Get Serious In Preparation For MM

    Newcastle trainer Paul Perry is under no illusions of the task ahead of his Breeders’ Plate runner-up Hidden Warrior, who is chasing a berth in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic.

    The smart youngster took an important step on the Magic Millions path with an all-the-way win in a Broadmeadow barrier trial at Newcastle on Tuesday.

    Hidden Warrior jumped in front of his five rivals and was unextended in landing the 800m trial on the No 2 grass.

    At his only start to-date, the Hidden Dragon two-year-old was narrowly beaten by Gai Waterhouse’s Pierro, another potential Magic Millions contender, in the Listed Breeders Plate (1000m) at Randwick on October 1.

    Perry was understandably pleased with Hidden Warrior's hitout on Tuesday and he said afterwards the gelding was likely to head towards the Magic Millions 2YO Wyong Classic (1100m) on December 22.

    Last year’s Wyong winner Karuta Queen went on to capture the $2m Gold Coast feature in mid-January.

    "The Wyong Classic looks a logical target,” Perry said.

    "He earned $20,000 in the Breeders Plate and we’ve got to get his prizemoney up to make certain of a Magic Millions start at the Gold Coast.

    "It’s not going to be an easy race to win in January. There are some very smart Magic Millions two-year-olds around this season.”

    The 2012 edition will be run at the Gold Coast on January 14 and Hidden Warrior would appear a worthy representative in the rich juvenile feature.

    A fool-proof youngster that jumps and runs, he looks perfectly suited to the tight turning Gold Coast track.

    Of course, the Newcastle mentor is no stranger to feature two-year-old success, having won the 2005 Golden Slipper Stakes with Stratum.

    Newcastle trainers have captured two Magic Millions two-year-old events since the first was run in 1987.

    The late Max Lees scored with Zephyrz in 1995 and David Throsby’s filly Lovely Jubly scored in 2002. Lees also ran third with Shalt Not in 1999 to Testa Rossa.

    Perry purchased Hidden Warrior at the 2011 Magic Millions Premier sale on behalf of his owners for $105,000, having trained the horse’s older half-brother Sea Spur, who won two races from only 12 starts and was placed at Listed level in Sydney.

    Whilst Hidden Warrior was the horse to watch at Tuesday’s trials, fellow Newcastle trainer Darren Smith also got in the spotlight; winning seven of the 10 heats conducted.

    Smith scored with Oakfield Honour, Chain Of Events, Oakfield Barron, Ella Supero, River Thames, Redscilla and Rushing To Win.

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    Lobor Treasure Arrives

    Lobor Treasure Arrives

    Promising youngster Lobor Treasure gave us a glimpse of what we had all been expecting from him with a dominant win on international night in the Class 5 over 1050 metres.

    Prepared by Gary Moore, Lobor Treasure was fired out of his wide gate by Brazilian rider Fausto Durso to share the lead with the race favorite Wonderful Steed until the corner. From then on the son of Hidden Dragon (AUS) left them in his wake as he powered away to win eased down by three lengths from the debut USA bred runner Good Racing, with Fortune Horse running on well for third.

    Lobor Treasure

    Lobor Treasure had shown plenty of promise from day one and was sent out a warm favorite at his first two runs but failed to deliver, however there were excuses for him according to Gary Moore.

    “He was going through a bit of a growing stage and I feel I did ask a little too much of him early.”

    “I just gave him some time and then honestly he had no luck at his second run he could not get a crack at them and was still very green.”

    “Now he is showing us what we always expected of him.” Moore said.

    Lobor Treasure has really blossomed into a nice neat individual and whilst it was a huge win last Friday on the all weather Moore won’t be restricting him to that surface.

    “He will measure up on any surface I’m confident of that and he will make the top bracket here in Macau.”

    The handicapper didn’t miss the win hitting the three year with nine points to take him to a mark of 48 but that’s not going to faze Moore.

    “I had a 30 to 50 picked out for him in a couple of weeks as I expected him to win the other night anyway.”

    It was a huge night for Gary Moore winning Macau’s first ever International race the Star River – Windsor Arch Sand Premier Cup (GR1) with Golden Star, and as well as the other feature event on the night The Japan Racing Association Trophy over 1600 metres with the talented sand galloper Viva Ocho.

    Five times Macau champion Moore has come out of the gates running for the new season and has 14 wins on the board and a six win lead for the season in his quest for six trainers titles in the enclave.

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    Hidden Dragons puffing big score of November wins

    Hidden Dragons puffing big score of November wins

    Racing results in November have seen Hidden Dragon, a Danehill winner of six races in Hong Kong whose oldest are four, stamp himself as another budding prolific sire of winners at the Kruger’s Lyndhurst stud at Warwick in Queensland, one which in the past has had five lead Australian statistics numerically.

    Racing on November 19 was a good advertisement for the contribution Hidden Dragon is making.To start with he gave treble a shake at the Doomben meeting, supplying the winners Hidden Kisses (4yo, two lengths winner at class 6 level) and Saraji (3yo, too good for 14 opponents in a feature sprint for the age group, her fifth win in eight outings) and third placegetter Miss Imagica (4yo, previously won six of 17 starts).

    Hidden Dragon had two doubles on that Saturday, the other at Cairns in North Queensland and provided by two new winners, Speed Dragon (2yo) and Hidden Manner (3yo). Both trained on the home track by Fred Wieland, they are bargain buys out of the Lyndhurst drafts at the Magic Millions QTIS 600 yearling sales at the Gold Coast, Speed Dragon costing $16,000 and Hidden Manner only $7,500.

    Winner at Cairns by an amazing 10.3 lengths, one of the most awesome victories by a juvenile in recent years, Speed Dragon was one of two spectacular new juvenile winners on that Saturday by Hidden Dragon. Making his debut, the other is the Tony Sears trained gelding Bullet One and he lived up to his name when he romped to a 6.3 lengths win. A brother to Miss Imagica, he is another Lyndhurst sold QTIS sale yearling, costing his trainer $35,000.

    The highlight of the seven winners, six of them first crop runners, the previous week for the Hidden Dragon progeny was a new success on Adelaide’s Morphettville for one of the most brilliant of them, Obsidian Dragon. In scoring by 2.9 lengths, she was recording her sixth win on this track. Earlier successes had included winning margins of 5.1 lengths, 3.5 lengths and 3.2 lengths.

    From November 1 to 26 inclusive, Hidden Dragon has had winners of at least 17 races and is set to wrack up his 70th individual winner, a tally obtained in 25 months of representation.

    On earnings, Queensland’s champion juvenile sire and tenth most successful nationally with his first crop in 2009-10, Hidden Dragon has got off to an impressive start with his new youngsters in the current year. He is the first sire to have three winners in the age group and also has been represented by Hidden Warrior, a Paul Perry trained head second in the historic Breeders’ Plate at Randwick at his only outing to date. Well fancied for that race following a seven lengths trial win, Hidden Warrior is being aimed at the rich Magic Millions 2YO Classic at the Gold Coast in January.

    Earlier Stakes performers by Hidden Dragon comprise Hollowlea (four wins, Moonee Valley Stakes-Gr.2, VRC Exford Plate-LR; third Moonee Valley Vase-Gr.2), Obsidian Dragon (six wins Adelaide; three Listed thirds), Hidden Kisses (four wins, second Eagle Farm Princess Stakes-LR) and Steel Dragon (five wins, third Eagle Farm Golden Stakes-LR.

    Principal venues on which the Hidden Dragons have won have been, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Ipswich, Toowoomba,Townsville, Cairns, Rockhampton, Pakenham, Singapore (five runners, all winners), Macau and New Zealand (one runner each).

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    What a day for Hidden Dragon!

    What a day for Hidden Dragon!

    What a day for Hidden Dragon!

    Two states, three tracks, four winners… another successful Saturday for Lyndhurst’s regally bred son of Danehill.

    A particularly well deserved win was that recorded by pacy mare Obsidian Dragon who showed her customary speed to burn off her rivals in a 1000m handicap at Morphettville.

    Leading clearly early, the David Balfour trained four-year-old was steadied mid-race by Scott Westover who then eased her away from the rails in the straight before letting her go.

    Quickly putting ground on her rivals, Obsidian Dragon won by a soft three lengths – recording the sixth win of her 19 start career and taking her prize money tally to beyond $260,000.

    Bred by Fraternity Thoroughbreds and sold at the Magic Millions National Weanling Sale for $23,000, Obsidian Dragon is raced by Jason Carvill, Jeff Collins and Robyn Balfour.

    Collins was, as always, proud of Obsidian Dragon’s effort – “she has never disappointed us,” he said, pointing out that the only recent blemish on her consistent record was an unplaced run at Balaklava after which she was found to have a virus.

    “We were very confident she’d win,” he said, adding that “there were excuses for her two previous defeats.”

    Collins is looking forward to Obsidian Dragon’s next runs at Morphettville (1000m) on November 26 and at Moonee Valley (955m) on December 16 – providing she continues to thrive.

    “David Balfour doesn’t overtax her,” he said, “and as soon as she indicates that she’s had enough this campaign she’ll be tipped out with the hope of getting that elusive black type win next time in.”

    A mare who always shows great fight in her races, Obsidian Dragon is aptly titled said Collins who referred to the Wikipedia description of the fictional animals after which she is named…

    “Obsidian dragons, while the most intelligent of the gem dragons, are also the most vicious. They are extremely haughty, anger easily, and like to toy with prey before finishing it off. “

    Obsidian Dragon is one of four winners from as many foals to race for the city winning Monde Bleu mare Aradina. A regular visitor to Hidden Dragon, she is also dam of the Listed winner Danedina and the metropolitan winners Johadina and Fasadina.

    Meanwhile at the Gold Coast the Len Bryant trained four-year-old Forbidden Dragon recorded an impressive victory over 1200m, proving nearly two lengths too strong for her rivals. That was her second success from just eight starts.

    Hidden Dragon’s quartet of winners was made up by a double at the Innisfail meeting – three-year-old Dragon Keeper breaking his maiden over 1100m whilst consistent four-year-old Hidden Run won his second race from his last three starts when taking out the Class 3 Plate.

    Hidden Dragon’s great day followed hot on the heels of a double last Thursday, Hidden Rewards (winner of her last two) and Feuer Drache (Lyndhurst bred gelding who has won three of his last four) both successful at the Rockhampton meeting.

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    Danzig Rocket Wins In Singapore

    Danzig Rocket Wins In Singapore

    The well-supported Danzig Rocket did not let his backers down by scoring an easy win in the $55,000 Class 4 race over 1000m on Polytrack on Friday.

    Tracking up pacesetter What A Cat (Steven Li) from the break, the Dr Yeoh Kheng Chye-trained Danzig Rocket (Vlad Duric) quickly put the issue beyond doubt at the top of the straight as he poured forward before pulling away for a fluent 3 ¼-length win over Good Boss (Olivier Placais) with Biggest Secret (Shafiq Rusof) third another two lengths away. The winning time was 59.62 seconds.

    Danzig Rocket ($13) was at his second win from 13 starts having scored his maiden win for leading apprentice Shafiq Rusof in an Initiation race over a similar trip last April.

    Danzig Rocket (Vlad Duric) wins in Singapore

    Dr Yeoh said the Hidden Dragon four-year-old had been thereabouts of late and deserved the success.

    “He’s been pretty consistent and with the good barrier (4) tonight, I was expecting him to win,” said Dr Yeoh.

    “Things went according to plan. He had a good sit off the speed and when he straightened up, he just accelerated beautifully.

    “He’s a Polytrack specialist and 1000m and 1100m are his pet trips, but eventually, he may go over 1200m.”

    Duric concurred with the former veterinarian, saying that Danzig Rocket was right in his element on Friday night.

    “Class 4 is just about right for him. With a light weight and a good barrier, he was a big chance tonight,” said the Australian jockey.

    “He is honest but has always found a couple better before, but as he was well weighted tonight, it was his turn.

    “He was well ridden to win as well.”

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    Two New City Winners For Hidden Dragon

    Two New City Winners For Hidden Dragon

    It has been a great couple of weeks for Hidden Dragon with two recent impressive metropolitan winners.

    First up on Melbourne Cup Day was Hidden Jewel, a highly promising filly who, on the strength of an eye-catching debut third at the Gold Coast two weeks previously, was sent out favourite in an Eagle Farm maiden over 1300m.

    Settling second from a wide gate, the Matthew Dunn trained chestnut extended nicely over the final stages, putting two lengths on her rivals and winning in a style that suggests a bright future looms.

    Bred and raced by David & Linda Thompson, Hidden Jewel is out of the unraced Jan Murray mare Maximum Chance who has been a regular visitor to Lyndhurst stallions. A half sister to the stakes placed multiple city winner Bridled Chance, she hails from a good international family whose members include the stakes winners Two’s Company, Aldora, Polar Gem and Bid For Blue.

    Check out photos of Hidden Jewel at: http://racepix.com.au/race/race/284764/Hidden+jewel+-+Eagle+Farm+-+Nov++1,+2011

    November 5 saw the exciting three-year-old Saraji win her second in a row, stepping up from a three length Sunshine Coast victory and handling the rise in grade with aplomb.

    Putting on display her great natural speed, the Barry Baldwin trained filly was always travelling well in front for apprentice Prescilla Schmidt and was never in any danger of defeat – saluting by a soft 3½ lengths.

    Former airline stewardess Schmidt, who was enjoying her first city double, was not surprised at the strength of Saraji’s pedigree – “she won well at Caloundra and her work since has been very good,” she said.

    Successful at four of her eight starts to date, Saraji is named after a central Queensland coalmine – owner Jack O’Connor a retired businessman who worked in mining – “I name all my horses that way,” he said.

    A $28,000 Scone Yearling Sale graduate, Saraji was bred by Classic Park Bloodstock out of the winning Al Hareb mare Bethany. Also dam of the city winners Mr Barlow and Mashudu, she is a half sister to the Gr.2 winner Dynamic Love and the Listed winner Key Bar Nights.

    November has been a great month already for Hidden Dragon whose other winners have been Ballard Boy, Danzig Rocket (Singapore) and Dragon Size (Gold Coast).

    This success follows on the back of a busy October for the Hidden Dragon progeny – wins for Hidden Shuffle (two in a row at the Gold Coast and Eagle Farm), Hide ‘N’ Seek (Gold Coast), Boom Sha La (1.8 length debut winner at Townsville), Ballard Boy, Hidden Run, Feuer Drache and Hidden Rewards – as well as a debut Listed second for juvenile Hidden Warrior in the Breeders Plate at Randwick.

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    Exported Aust-NZ horses in Hidden Dragon winner’s breeding

    Exported Aust-NZ horses in Hidden Dragon winner’s breeding

    FORBIDDEN DRAGON, the 4-year-old filly who became the forty-sixth individual first crop winner for the Lyndhurst stud, Warwick located Danehill sire Hidden Dragon when a smart winner at Eagle Farm mid week, has unusual breeding in that it has two New Zealand bred horses and two Australians in it all used in America.

    Three of the doses are in the maternal breeding of Hidden Dragon, himself an Australian bred exported race performer up to Group1 level, competing 22 times in Hong Kong for six wins and six seconds. His dam Ballroom Babe, a New Zealand champion, is bred on a cross of two of their imports from America, the Bold Ruler sire Taipan over the Clem mare Miamian.

    Taipan was one of seven winners produced in America by the Australian bred Ritmar, a VRC Lightning Stakes winner by Star Kingdom, while Clem, conquerer of Round Table in three successive races, was by one of Australia’s greatest racehorses, Shannon. Shannon set a new world record and equalled another racing in California before having a short career at stud. He died at 14.

    The third export in Hidden Dragon’s pedigree is his fourth dam, the New Zealand bred Summertime mare Holiday. She went to America as a breeder after a first class racing career in Melbourne, including a win in the A.V. Kewney Stakes, seconds in the Victoria Oaks and Wakeful Stakes and thirds in the Thousand Guineas and Edward Manifold Stakes.

    The Hidden Dragon winner Forbidden Dragon gets his fourth export in his dam Khun Achara, a minor New Zealand metropolitan winner bred by Patrick Hogan at his Cambridge stud and from possibly his greatest family.

    She is a three-quarter sister by the Century sire Centro to Foxwood, a New Zealand Guineas and Captain Cook Stakes winner and dam of Rockwood (Rock of Gibraltar; won AJC Frank Packer Plate and second MRC Toorak Handicap), and half-sister  to Celtic Tiger (Jetball; a Malaysian champion).

    Their dam is the good class Sir Tristram filly Delia’s Choice, a sister to three Group1 winners, the male champions Sovereign Red and Gurner’s Lane and the filly Trichelle.

    Unlike the exported trio in Hidden Dragon’s pedigree, Forbidden’s Dragon’s dam Khun Achara has the distinction of being used at stud in both hemispheres. Now owned by Gainsborough Lodge,Toowoombah and producer of four foals by Hidden Dragon, including a filly born August 21, she started her breeding career in America, resulting in two minor winners.

    Her second Australian foal, the Len Bryant trained Forbidden Dragon looks set to be Khun Achara’s best to date. She has raced five times for the Eagle Farm win and two placings at Ipswich.

    Forbidden Dragon’s latest effort followed good performances by first crop Hidden Dragon runners in August. The gelded Hidden Star scored by three lengths at Ipswich, the filly Obsidian Dragon added to her good Adelaide record with a dashing 3.2 lengths over 1000m at Morphettville and the tough gelding Steel Dragon finished a 1.7 lengths fourth at Doomben.

    Obsidian Dragon (five Adelaide wins, one by 5.1 lengths and another by 3.5 lengths, five stakes cheques) and Steel Dragon (after winning his first four appearances, all at Townsville, moved south for a win, four seconds and a stakes third in Brisbane) are among four first three black type earners in the first crop. The other two are Hollowlea (four city wins including the Group 2 Stutt Stakes at Moonee Valley by 1.5 lengths and Listed Henry Bucks Stakes at Flemington by 1.75 lengths) and Hidden Kisses (three Brisbane wins, long neck second 18 runner Listed Princess Stakes at Eagle Farm).

    Also in Hidden Dragon’s first crop, one which to date includes 17 other placegetters besides the 46 winners, are Toowoomba star Miss Imagica (raced 17 times for six a wins, five at home, one by an amazing 8.8 lengths and the $100,000 Fillies & Mares Xmas Cup by two), Penski Material (two wins, one at Moonee Valley, three close Melbourne seconds in nine starts), Annette’s Pumpkin (nine starts, three wins, including debut at Doomben), Huff and Puff (winner Eagle Farm, Sunshine Coast), Hidden Babe (first and second Brisbane) and Feuer Drache (won Eagle Farm by 1.5 lengths).

    In addition Hidden Dragon has had five first crop runners in Singapore and all have won. One of them, Moonlite Shower, has started nine times for five wins, a second and two thirds.

    Hidden Dragon got off to such a bold start with his first 2-year-olds,11 winners, in 2009-10 he was Queensland’s leading juvenile and first crop sire on earnings and tenth in the national statistics for the age group. He followed by being sixth by money and third by wins in the Australian 2010-11 two crop statistics.

    Given good health and the ability of his progeny to train on, Hidden Dragon is virtually certain in the future to join the honour board for Lyndhurst sires who have wracked up a thousand plus wins. Five sires used at Lyndhurst since it was acquired by the Kruger family in the 1950s, Smokey Eyes, Hail to Success, Grand Chaudiere, Head Over Heels and Celestial Dancer, have led Australia numerically and other prolific sources of winners have included Canadian Silver and still active Sequalo.

    Besides Hidden Dragon and Sequalo, Lyndhurst is standing this year newcomer Drumbeats, a high class sprinter – 1600m performer bred on the powerful Redoute’s Choice – Last Tycoon crop. Like Hidden Dragon (176 mares 2009 – 92.8% fertility and 196 in 2010), Drumbeats is facing up to widespread patronage on his fee of $7,700.

    The stud contacts are Jeffrey Kruger 0429 076 610, Griff Kruger 0427 010 096, office (07) 4661 1588, fax (07) 4661 1800, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and web www.lyndhurststud.com

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    Tiger Warrior Wins For Dragon & The Boss

    Tiger Warrior Wins For Dragon & The Boss

    Taking the lead from the get-go, Tiger Warrior ($32) had things his way until Sir Fleetwood (Saimee Jumaat) made a mid-race move on the outside in an attempt to wrest the lead.

    Boss did not give in, though, and the pair matched motors up to the top of the straight when Tiger Warrior shook off his challenger with relative ease. Sir Fleetwood weakened right out of it while the well-backed West Two (John Powell) seemed unable to quicken in the driving rain.

    Tiger Warrior, a three-year-old son of former handy Hong Kong galloper Hidden Dragon, kept racing away without tiring to score by 1 ½ lengths from Princess Eunice who gave new apprentice T Rehaizat his first placing at only his second ride.

    American Tycoon (Soo Khoon Beng) made late ground to run third another neck away. The winning time was 1min 12.66secs.

    Burridge was glad Boss, whom he has engaged many times in previous similar big-race bookings, had been able to ride a winner, but also relieved to get a winner following a quiet spell.

    “Things have been a bit quiet for us for a while,” said Burridge, who is however all but assured of a first title as he is panels ahead on 85 winners, 25 clear of reigning champion Laurie Laxon.

    “I should have won the big race (EW Barker Trophy) last week. Drovetti got held up for about 300m in the home straight and still flashed home for third, less than a length behind the winner (Any Humour).

    “I was quietly confident about this one (Tiger Warrior). He trialled well with the blinkers but it is always hard to know how they will come on in their races.

    “It’s great for Glen as he’s come a long way to ride for us. The owners have been very supportive and didn’t hesitate to put him on some of their horses.

    “This owner (of Tiger Warrior), Mr KL Chua, also owns Happy Everybody, and has always been very supportive of our stable. It’s nice to get a winner for him.”

    Burridge’s son, Magic Millions’ Asian representative Wade was again the one who got the credit for unearthing this one.

    “Wade found this one at the Ready-To-Run. He cost only $8000 as a two-year-old and it goes to show you don’t need to pay a lot to get a good one,” said Burridge.

    Boss said Tiger Warrior was always travelling like a winner despite the pesky presence of Sir Fleetwood on his outside.

    “I was never worried when the other horse came up on my outside,” said Boss.

    “He just kicked away in the home straight. He will be even better over seven furlongs to a mile.”

    Burridge later rang up a winning double when Hint (Danny Beasley) scored an easy two-length win in the $55,000 Class 4 Charity Stakes over 2200m.

    The Arexevan Stable-owned galloper has been around the mark in the staying races without really threatening since his last success in a 1800m race on September 26, but put the race away in nice style after settling at the rear.

    Hint paid a win dividend of $32 and ran the 2200m in 2min 17.79secs. The Reset five-year-old has now registered three wins and one placing from 18 starts for stakes money in excess of $110,000.

    Story by Michael Lee

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    Guineas Next For Hot Hollowlea

    Guineas Next For Hot Hollowlea

    Hollowlea raced into contention for the million dollar Group One Caulfield Guineas with a brilliant win in tonight's Group Two Bill Stutt Stakes at Moonee Valley.

    The classy son of Hidden Dragon made it two stakes wins in three runs when he came darting through on the inside of runners to win in dashing style.

    Co-trainer Terry O'Sullivan praised Blake Shinn for an excellent ride and said the proven group winner earned his place in the field in the Guineas.

    O'Sullivan, who prepares the gelding in partnership with his daughter Karina, was backing Hollowlea up after his close up sixth in last Saturday's Caulfield Guineas Prelude.

    "He ran really well at Caulfield the other day," O'Sullivan reported. "It was a very, very firm track at Caulfield and I don't think that helped him let down as well as he could."

    Hollowlea"He still only finished two lengths away and I think the quick back up helped him."

    "He was a little bit revvy early on, but he's settling better with each start he has. He's getting calmer and he's better at the races."

    "I thought it was a sensational ride of Blakes tonight. Once again you can't help but reiterate how great that good barrier draw is."

    "It makes a massive difference. He got that lovely run and he never left the fence. I thought it was a bit tight when they first straightened up, but he found the hole and charged through."

    The Caulfield Guineas in 15 days time will almost certainly be Hollowlea's next start.

    Hollowlea"We'll sit down and have a think about it," O'Sullivan said. "It's obviously going to be a tougher race than tonight's was but he couldn't have done anything more than he did tonight."

    "We'll be giving it a hell of a lot of thought."

    O'Sullivan said he didn't think his latest stable star would handle the distance of the VRC Derby.

    "I think if we get through to the Guineas, I think that will be his program well done and he can have a nice spell after that."

    Hollowlea is another bargain stakes winner purchased by as a yearling from a Magic Millions Yearling Sale by Kingsley Peach.

    He and his wife Evelyn paid $36,000 for Hollowlea at last year's Gold Coast Yearling Sale. They race the classy galloper with Terry and Robyn O'Sullivan.

    "He is (a bargain buy) now isn't he," O'Sullivan noted. "You never know when you buy them."

    "Kingsley found him at the sales. We had a look at a few horses as we always do and we liked the horse."

    Terry O'Sullivan"Kingsley slipped in and grabbed him and bloody pleased he did," he added.

    Hollowlea is the second stakes galloper produced by his dam, the Sydney winning Scenic mare Cabaret Girl.

    As well as tonight's group winner she is the dam of the twice Brisbane stakes placed and seven time winning Made of Gold mare Dance Girl Dance.

    Cabaret Girl, who won three races to 1400 metres, is a full sister to the Caulfield stakes winner Panorama Heights.

    Hollowlea's sire Hidden Dragon is represented by five two-year-olds at October's Magic Millions National Horses in Training Sale.

    The cream of his latest yearling crop will also go under the hammer at the famous Gold Coast sales ring at sales between January and June.

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    Hidden Dragon FIlly Records Fastest Ever Breeze Up

    Hidden Dragon FIlly Records Fastest Ever Breeze Up

    A filly by red hot Queensland sire Hidden Dragon was the standout performer during today's second session of Gold Coast breeze ups in preparation for next month's Magic Millions National Horses in Training Sale.

    The chestnut filly consigned by Hilton Thoroughbreds stopped the clock in 10.11 seconds - the fastest time ever at the Gold Coast based breeze ups.

    The previous quickest time at a session was the 10.15 seconds set by Macau star Viva Pronto when he was offered at the 2007 auction.

    Dozens more ready made racetrack prospects broke the 11 seconds - bringing to a total 105 for the two sessions - almost 50 more than for the same sale last year.

    And there are still over 100 more horses to breeze up with the two sessions at Seymour and Rockhampton later in the week.

    Also running slick times during today's breeze ups were two-year-olds by Exceed and Excel (10.29), More Than Ready (10.35), Nadeem (10.36) and Grandera (10.4).

    The team from Magic Millions was thrilled with the professionalism and preparation from vendors - presenting the best ever line up of prospects.

    Further breeze up sessions will be held at Seymour and Rockhampton on Thursday and Friday respectively. Both sessions commence at 10am.

    The two day National Horses in Training Sale will be held at the Gold Coast on October 27 and 28.

    To view the updated list of breeze up times from the Gold Coast click here.

    TODAY'S QUICKEST BREEZE UPS

    10.11 - Hidden Dragon-Flirt Then Kiss filly (Hilton T'breds As Agent)

    10.29 - Exceed and Excel-Adorara colt (Epsom Lodge)

    10.35 - More Than Ready-Double Strength filly (Baramul Stud)

    10.36 - Nadeem-Little Pretty filly (Starlight T'breds)

    10.40 - Grandera-Bareazz colt (Thomson)

    10.44 - Hold That Tiger-Fleeting Love colt (Sapling)

    10.46 - Danerich-Moving colt (Kolora Lodge As Agent)

    10.61 - Enconsul-Ma Bijou colt (Grandview)

    10.69 - Elusive Quality-Shopping Spree colt (Jackson B'stock)

    10.69 - Snippetson-Miss Quest filly (Oakwood Farm As Agent)

    GOLD COAST QUICKEST BREEZE UPS

    (Sessions 1-2 combined)

    10.11 - Hidden Dragon-Flirt Then Kiss filly (Hilton T'breds As Agent)

    10.16 - Testa Rossa-Decipher colt (Washpool Lodge As Agent)

    10.20 - Exceed and Excel-Capishe colt (Attunga Stud As Agent)

    10.24 - Mossman-Secret Sister filly (Baramul Stud)

    10.24 - Written Tycoon-Chapent colt (Washpool Lodge)

    10.29 - Exceed and Excel-Adorara colt (Epsom Lodge)

    10.31 - Minardi-Our Mary colt (Kolora Lodge As Agent)

    10.31 - California Dane-Stop 'n' Go colt (Attunga Stud As Agent)

    10.33 - Grandera-Give Me Fever colt (Washpool Lodge As Agent)

    10.35 - Excites-I'm a Showoff colt (Washpool Lodge As Agent)

    10.35 - More Than Ready-Double Strength filly (Baramul Stud)

    10.36 - Nadeem-Little Pretty filly (Starlight T'breds)

    10.37 - Show a Heart-Vital Statistic colt (Robyn Wise As Agent)

    10.39 - Seidnazar-One Wink colt (Kingsportz Pty Ltd)

    10.39 - Greenwood Lake-Charming Lady colt (Washpool Lodge)

    10.40 - Grandera-Bareazz colt (Thomson)

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    All The Way Debut Win For Moonlite Shower

    All The Way Debut Win For Moonlite Shower

    Trainer Don Baertschiger looks to have a handy galloper in the shape of Moonlite Shower, a debut winner of the $65,000 Restricted Maiden (2 & 3YO) over 1200m on Sunday.

    Ridden by Oscar Chavez, Moonlite Shower led throughout in scoring a two length victory over Biggest Chief (Saimee Jumaat) with Hush Hush (Robbie Fradd), a stablemate of the winner, a half-length away third.

    Baertschiger parted with A$110,000 to secure Moonlite Shower at the Two-Year-Old Ready To Run Sale on the Gold Coast last year.

    The gelding is a half-brother to a former handy middle distance performer Don’t Tell Clang who won the Adrian Knox Stakes at Randwick in 2001.

    “I was in Sydney for the Easter Sales one year and happened to back this horse’s half-sister who won a Group 3 race at Randwick,” said Baertschiger.

    “That stuck in my mind and when this horses was up for sale I liked what I saw.

    “He’s gone about his business nicely since he’s been here and his trials had been good leading up to this race.

    “He’s only a little fella but he’s done a good job.”

    Baertschiger said Moonlite Shower’s size, or rather lack of it, is likely to count against the three-year-old in the long run.

    Moonlite Shower weighed-in at just 431kg for his debut performance.

    “The thing with this bloke is that he can gallop,” said Baertschiger. “We’ll just wait and see what happens with him.

    “I just hope he keeps improving and at some stage we can get a bit a weight on him.”

    Moonlite Shower is a three-year-old gelding by Hidden Dragon from the Black Zephyr mare Donnatelle and is owned by the Spirit Nature Stable.

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    Lyndhurst Dragons Enjoy Early Three State Success

    Lyndhurst Dragons Enjoy Early Three State Success

    Although the racing year is less than six weeks old and his eldest are only three, Hidden Dragon, the young Danehill sire at the Kruger’s Lyndhurst stud at Warwick in Queensland, has had winners in three States, Queensland, South Australia and Victoria.

    Hollowlea wins at Flemington on Saturday.

    The Victorian success came at Flemington on Saturday and was provided by a dashing 1.8 lengths win by his 3-year old son Hollowlea in a $125,000 Listed event over 1400m. It was his third success in six starts – lost rider in one of them – and second at three.

    Also a winner by 3.3 lengths at Hamilton,Victoria on debut, Hollowlea was one of eleven winners of 20 races, six others placed and earners of $930,955 in 2009-10 who paved the way for two distinctions for Hidden Dragon at the Queensland Awards Night on Saturday, Champion 2YO Stallion and Champion First Season Sire.

    In addition he was nationally fourth leading first season sire and tenth on the main juvenile list.

    Besides Hollowlea, the Hidden Dragon runners have included another Adelaide winner, Obsidian Dragon (won at two and three; a Listed third), and other juveniles in Hidden Kisses (two wins Brisbane), Huff and Puff (Brisbane), Steel Dragon (five wins, $301,000), metropolitan placed Dragon Rocker, Hidden Babe, I’ll BeTricked and Pinacle Ridge, Provincial winners Hidden Diamond, Manhide, Miss Imagica, Miss Noriko, Mystic Dragon and Norbert and placed Dragons Bletch, Hidden Decision and Hidden Rewards.

    Hollowlea

    His 3-year-olds also include Hidden Shuffle (four starts, won Gold Coast, neck second Ipswich, fourth Eagle Farm) and Dragon Size (two starts, third Gold Coast).

    Hidden Dragon’s first stakes winner, but no doubt forerunner of many to come, Hollowlea, and his Made of Gold half-sister Dance Girl Dance (seven wins, $256,000) were bred by Mark Hough, formerly of Dubbo, NSW but now of Queensland.

    Celebrated as the breeder of 1983-84 Australian Horse of the Year Emancipation, Hough also bred Hollowlea’s dam, the Scenic minor Sydney winner Cabaret Girl, and her good sprinting brother Panorama Heights.

    A winner of six races and Group 1 second in Hong Kong, Hidden Dragon could have over 150 foals this season, following his use over 173 mares last year.

    His smallest book in his first four seasons has been 128 in 2007, a year in which mare movements were restricted because of equine influenza. He stands 2010 on $13,200 including GST.

    Pictures: Fiona Tomlin

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    Hollowlea First Stakes Winning Dragon

    Hollowlea First Stakes Winning Dragon

    Champion Queensland stallion Hidden Dragon produced his first stakes winner with Hollowlea scoring in the $125,000 Henry Bucks Best Dressed Stakes (1400m) at Flemington.

    Hollowlea ($18,$26) was ridden superbly behind the leading bunch by Nicholas Hall who bided his time, balancing up in the straight before angling off heels and sprinting well to win by almost two lengths from the fast finishing Altius ($8,$11) with a just a short half head to Censor ($3.20,$3.30,$2.60) third.

    The three-year-old son of Hidden Dragon by Cabaret Girl (a Scenic mare) showed a liking for the heavy going and no ill effects from his fall, just a fortnight ago, according to trainer Terry O'Sullivan.

    "I was pleased when Nick (Hall) chose to stay with him after the fall, he must've thought he was travelling well before he went down," said O'Sullivan.

    "There was of course a question mark over how he would go on a heavy track for the first time but I always thought he'd handle the soft ground as he seems to at home."

    O'Sullivan attributed the ease of the win to the colt drawing a good gate and wouldn't rule out the Guineas as a possible goal this preparation.

    Hollowlea After The Win

    "A good barrier makes a massive difference, especially when you get the run of the race," said O'Sullivan.

    "I'd love to think he would be up to the Guineas, but I don't know if he is there yet."

    Purchased for just $36,000 at the 2009 Magic Millions Select Sale by a long time client of O'Sullivan's, Kingsley Peach, the well performed youngster has already surpassed the outlay with the listed win taking his career earnings to more than $100,000.

    "We have had a bit of luck with them over the years," said O'Sullivan.

    "This horse has had a trouble free prep, besides being tangled up in the fall, and hopefully that continues."

    Although Hollowlea is the first stakes winner for Hidden Dragon the second season sire already has a number of well performed progeny knocking on the door with both Obsidian Dragon and Steel Dragon having placed at Stakes level.

    Hidden Dragon currently stands at Lyndhurst Stud for $13,200.

    Photos by Fiona Tomlin

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    Hollowlea Notches Milestone For Hidden Dragon

    Hollowlea Notches Milestone For Hidden Dragon

    Hollowlea made history and earned a crack at the Bill Stutt Stakes when he cleared away for a stylish win in the listed Henry Bucks Best Dressed Stakes (1400m) at Flemington today.

    Prepared at Stawell by father-daughter training team Terry and Karina O'Sullivan, Hollowlea is the first stakes winner for his sire, exciting young Queensland sire Hidden Dragon.

    With no fewer than 14 individual first crop winners, Hidden Dragon has made a brilliant star to his career as a sire at the Kruger family's Lyndhurst Stud.

    Having already sired the black type gallopers Obsidian Dragon (in Adelaide) and Steel Dragon (in Brisbane) it was at Australia's most famous track of Flemington that Hidden Dragon's maiden stakes success was achieved.

    Hollowlea was able to make up for his last run when he cannoned into a fallen horse and parted company with his jockey Nicholas Hall.

    But today, with a clearer run, the real Hollowlea was able to show his class with a one and three quarter length success.

    Terry O'Sullivan gave his charge a good each way chance today and admitted to having a few dollars each way on him. He was thrilled with the $39 return on the tote.

    "This little horse has never done a thing wrong," he said. "He was unlucky the other day at Moonee Valley."

    "I was happy that Nick (Hall) wanted to stay with him (today) - he obviously thought he was going okay when he got tangled up with the faller."

    "There is always a bit of a question mark when they haven't raced on the heavy (tracks) - but I always thought he would handle it. He seems to handle the soft ground at home."

    O'Sullivan said he was always comfortable watching the race - watching his three-year-old get a lovely run just behind the leaders.

    "The barrier certainly makes a difference. They went pretty solid - they jumped out and ran it along and he got the perfect suck along behind which makes a big difference."

    Connections are tempted to step the gelding up in grade after winning at listed level today.

    "We were up in the air after Moonee Valley," O'Sullivan said. "I will have a talk to Nick - I'm not sure which way we will go."

    "Whether he will get any further is something. But he does race well at the Valley so perhaps a race like the Bill Stutt."

    "Whether or not he would be up to the (Caulfield) Guineas - you'd like to think so - but at this stage, provided he can get the mile, a race like the Bill Stutt could be within his grasp."

    The Group Two Bill Stutt Stakes, with a purse of $200,000, will be run at Moonee Valley on September 24.

    Hollowlea is another bargain stakes winner purchased by as a yearling from a Magic Millions Yearling Sale by Kingsley Peach.

    He and his wife Evelyn paid $36,000 for Hollowlea at last year's Gold Coast Yearling Sale. They race the classy youngster with Terry and Robyn O'Sullivan.

    Hollowlea is the second stakes galloper produced by his dam, the Sydney winning Scenic mare Cabaret Girl.

    As well as today's stakes winner she is the dam of the twice Brisbane stakes placed and seven time winning Made of Gold mare Dance Girl Dance.

    Cabaret Girl,who won three races to 1400 metres, is a full sister to the Caulfield stakes winner Panorama Heights.

    Hidden Dragon is represented by five two-year-olds at October's Magic Millions National Horses in Training Sale.

    The cream of his latest yearling crop will also go under the hammer at the famous Gold Coast sales ring at sales between January and June.

    Picture: Fiona Tomlin

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    Steel Dragon Survives Fiery Townsville Battle

    Steel Dragon Survives Fiery Townsville Battle

    The Ray Long-trained two-year-old, Steel Dragon, blew away the darling of this season’s QTIS 600 on Monday, March 8, 2010.

    Robert Bradshaw’s two-year-old filly Tough Luck has been well advertised as the success story of the QTIS 600 Sales, however in the $150,000 Harvey Norman QTIS 600 2YO Plate 1200m at Townsville she was no match for the mighty northern gelding Steel Dragon.

    Long’s Hidden Dragon gelding looks set for a South-East Queensland campaign after racing midfield until the Cluden Park straight where jockey Peter Cullen let him down to impressively leave the competition in his wake.

    “We expected it,” said excited owner Graham Nicolls. “The jockey’s been telling us that he hasn’t let her go yet, and the trackwork rider has said the same.

    “We didn’t feel that we had to beat them, they had to beat us, and when he let him go it was all over.”

    Steel Dragon, who now boasts four wins from as many starts, has earned connections $163,800 in career prizemoney, which includes $42,000 in QTIS 600 added stakes.

    The two-year-old gelding posted an easy two length win to Tough Luck, who made the trip from her Sunshine Coast-based stables.

    She was positioned nicely at the turn by jockey Justin Stanley, however was swamped by the rear attack and pure speed from Steel Dragon.

    Rocket On By, ridden by David Simmons for John Manzelmann, finished nicely in third by one and a half lengths after trailing the field by a couple of lengths from the jump.

    However, the feature event and $96,000 first place cheque belonged to Steel Dragon.

    After the victory at Townsville, Long and Nicolls will aim the two-year-old at the $250,000 Gold Coast leg of the lucrative QTIS 600 Race Series on Saturday, March 20.

    This has worked out perfectly for Nicolls, as he intended to be present at the 2010 QTIS 600 Magic Millions Yearling Sales which follows the raceday on March 21 and 22.

    “We’re coming to the Gold Coast for March 20,” Nicolls said. “Then we’ll probably spell him after that.

    “Weight’s going to stop him in the country, so he’s got to go to the city.

    “I’ll be down for the (QTIS 600) Sales. I’ve already got a horse selected. I usually select the horse before I go.”

    Steel Dragon was purchased for $22,000 at the 2009 Magic Millions Sales in January.

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    Heathcote Finds The Hidden Formula

    Heathcote Finds The Hidden Formula

    Hidden Kisses firmly backed up trainer Robert Heathcote’s decision to run the two-year-old at Eagle Farm in the Mirvac Hotels and Resorts QTIS 600 2YO Handicap 1400m on Saturday, March 20.

    Many said the filly would have opened as race favourite at the Gold Coast in the feature $250,000 QTIS 600 2YO Handicap 1200m on the same day, but Heathcote had a bigger picture in mind.

    “It was always a tough decision not to go to the Gold Coast, as opposed to coming here (Eagle Farm),” Heathcote said. “I do believe we made the right decision, and of course winning vindicates that.

    “People said to me, ‘you’ve got to go to the Gold Coast, it’s worth $250,000’. I said, ‘well the one in town is worth $110,000…I’m not greedy’. A bird in the hand so they say.

    “I think it was the way the races would be run that determined the decision, and this filly gets well back.

    “Actually I think she hit the line this time as hard as when she won over 1200m. So going to 1400m second up was really a super effort.”

    Heathcote said it was always in the back of his mind to take her to the $300,000 Group 1 Sires’ Produce 1400m at Randwick on April 10, and her run at Eagle Farm has made this a certainty.

    The trainer, a clear leader in the metropolitan trainers premiership, is also toying with the idea of a full raid on the south by starting in the Group 1 Champagne Stakes 1600m at the same track a fortnight later.

    The Heathcote and Larry Cassidy combination struck again at Eagle Farm with Hidden Kisses, by Hidden Dragon out of Kiss an Angel, collecting her second win from only three starts. Her only miss being a third place in the filly’s first outing.

    The QTIS 600 and QTIS registered two-year-old’s prizemoney has increased dramatically to $159,000, which includes $90,000 in QTIS 600 added stakes.

    “The operative word is probably class,” Heathcote said after his new star thoroughbred overcame plenty at Eagle Farm.

    “That’s the difference between good horses and very good horses, the level of class they have. From day one I’ve had a high opinion of her.

    “On Saturday (March 20) she got back to last. A masterful ride from Cassidy saw him weave his way through the field and she ran them down.”

    The trainer has a high opinion of the Hidden Dragon bloodline since they entered his stable. “I actually believe they’ll get better when they get over a little bit more ground and mature a little bit.

    “So it’s actually a very nice bonus that she’s had three runs as a juvenile, which were three crackers.”

    Hidden Kisses put a half length between herself and John Thompson’s Hour of Peril, who was ridden by Chris Munce.

    Stephen Got Even finished in third a further one and a quarter lengths behind for Dalby-based trainer Matt Kropp and jockey Jason Taylor.

    As a solely QTIS registered horse, Stephen Got Even picked up $3000 in added stakes, but missed out on the QTIS 600 double-up bonus.

    Hidden Kisses was purchased for $25,000 at the 2009 Magic Millions Yearling Sales for “passionate racing man”, Richard Pegum, a businessman based in London who races thoroughbreds across Australia.

    “He (Pegum) started to venture into Queensland because of the lucrative QTIS (600) scheme where he can race for such good prizemoney,” Heathcote said.

    “Hidden Kisses is his first horse with me, but so impressed is he with the scheme that he lashed out and spent $80,000 on a Hidden Dragon colt from the QTIS 600 Sales. So he’s happy to reinvest in Queensland racing.”

    Heathcote could be seen at the 2010 QTIS 600 Magic Millions Yearling Sales on the Gold Coast, March 21 and 22, looking to purchase his next ‘Hidden Kisses’ for the 2010/11 racing season.

    He ended up with four yearlings from the QTIS 600 Sale to accompany the five that he picked up at January’s Magic Millions Sales. “There’s a nice little team of juveniles for next year,” he said with excitement at his prospects.

    Heathcote added a win by Tabulate to his successful day in the Childhood Cancer Support Open Handicap 2200m.

    The five-year-old gelding by Honours List (IRE) was in peak form coming off a win and a second from his last two starts. However, he had to overcome an unwanted spell for one month after the Tattersall’s Racing Club March 6 meeting at Eagle Farm was abandoned due to rain.

    “Keeping a horse trained up for 2200 metres when they haven’t had a run for a month was a little bit of a ticklish problem, but obviously we got it right,” Heathcote said.

    “I was initially going to give him a little let up after his win on Saturday, but with the rare form that he seems to be in at the moment it would be a waste to put him in the paddock. So we’ll strike while the irons hot.”

    Queensland connections have unearthed some brilliant thoroughbred racing prospects in the 2009/10 racing season, as evidenced by Military Rose’s charge to the Golden Slipper and her stablemate Sweepstaking’s second at Rosehill on March 20. The Sunshine State also has the rise and rise of the John Wallace-trained Shoot Out, who has already bagged an Autumn Carnival Group 1, to be proud of.

    Hopefully it won’t be long before we add Hidden Kisses to the growing list of horses making their name down south, and rightfully lifting the profile of racing in Queensland.

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    Lyndhurst Tops Gold Coast Sale

    Lyndhurst Tops Gold Coast Sale

    LYNDHURST, the historic stud conducted by the Kruger family at Warwick for over half a century, topped the second annual Queensland breeders QTIS 600 Yearling sale when it was conducted by Magic Millions at the Gold Coast on Sunday and Monday when they attracted a bid of $140,000 from trainer Gerald Ryan for a filly by Starcraft and from the American mare If I So Desire.

    They also sold two of the other six lots which went for $100,000 or more. Both by Lyndhurst sires, they were Sequalo colts out of the Success Express mare Sparkling Success ($107,500) and the respected Grand Chaudiere producer Beating The Odds ($100,000).

    Also making $100,000 was colt in the second crop of Lyndhurst’s Danehill sire Hidden Dragon and from the Sequalo stakes winner Shysu offered for a client by Robyn Wise, Darling Downs. She also sold for $100,000 a colt by Glenlogan Park champion Queensland sire Show a Heart and from the Strategic Brisbane winner Vital Statistic.

    Glenlogan Park were Lyndhurst’s main rival for the highest price, selling Snitzel colts at $135,000 – Dynamic Syndications – and $110,000 – Kelly Schweida.They got good response for all their four sires represented with prices for Show a Heart headed by $100,000, $90,000, $75,000, $70,000, $65,000 and $60,000; Falvelons at $70,000 and $50,000; Jet Spurs at $75,000, $60,000 twice, $54,000 and $50,000; and Bradbury’s Luck to $54,000.

    Best prices for Lyndhurst sires were Sequalo $107,500, $100,000, $80,000 and $65,000 and Hidden Dragon $100,000, $85,000, $80,000 and $60,000. Raheen Stud’s Redoute’s Choice Stromberg Carlson sold up to $72,000 and Dr Green, a Fusaichi Pegasus stakes winner at Secret Hills stud, Beaudesert had a first crop colt go for $70,000.

    A brother by Clang to Sydney winner and Doomben Slipper third Adnocon was passed in at $100,000 and a reserve of $150,000.

    All told 38 lots sold for $50,000 or more at the sale, one which Magic Millions managing director David Chester lauded as “It’s been a great couple of days selling and I’m sure buyers would be thrilled with the value they have achieved.” The sale boasted record figures across all levels with over $7.66 million traded on 346 yearlings and a strong clearance of over 82%. The average price leaped from $18,424 last year to $22,166.

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  • Hidden Dragon (AUS) Bay, 1999, 16hh – Profile

    Sire Summary

    Named Foals Starters Winners Wins Placings SW (GW) Earnings AEI
    386 276 160 373 630 4 (2) over $8.1m. 0.94
    per foals 71.5% 41.5% 1.0 1.6 1.0% (0.5%) $21,021  
      per starters 58.0% 1.4 2.3 1.4% (0.7%) $29,399  

     

    HIDDEN DRAGON 6 wins-1 at 2-to 1400m, HK$7,483,500, HKJC Chinese Club Challenge Cup, HK-3, Lek Yuen H., Ho Sheung Heung H., Harlech H., Pluto P., Central H., 2d HKJC Stewards'' Cup, HK-1, Panasonic Cup H., HKSAR Chief Executive''s Cup, Chinese Recreation Club Challenge Cup, Gay Eighties H., Tseung Kwan O P., 3d HKJC Sha Tin Trophy, HK-3. He entered stud in Aust. in 2006. Sire of 276 progeny to race, 160 winners (57.0%), earnings of over $8.1 million, 4 stakes winners, 5 stakes placegetters, inc.

    HOLLOWLEA (07g, Scenic, Vain). 4 wins-1 at 2-from 1100m to 1600m, A$285,425, MVRC Bill Stutt S., Gr.2, VRC Henry Bucks S., L, SAJC Allan Scott Park Morphettville H., 3d MVRC AAMI Vase, Gr.2.

    HIDDEN WARRIOR (09g, St Covet, Marscay). 4 wins to 1350m in 2012-13, A$273,950, MVRC Telstra Phonewords S., Gr.3, ATC Makinson d''Apice Lawyers H., One Solutions H., 2d ATC Breeders'' P., L, Wyong 2YO Classic, ATC Hyland Race Colours H.

    MISS IMAGICA (07f, Shedad, Black Zephyr). 10 wins-2 at 2-to 1300m to 2012-13, A$546,500, Toowoomba TC Weetwood H., L-twice, Mainz Developments Quality H., 7 News QTIS 600 2YO P., Christmas Cup, Neil Mansell Concrete Quality H., 2d BRC Brand & Slater H., 3d BRC Brisbane International H., 4th BRC Just Now H., L.

    HIDDEN JEWEL (08f, Jan Murray, Paris Prince). 3 wins from 1300m to 1600m, A$149,950, BRC Princess S., L, XXXX Gold H., Grace Construction Products H., 2d BRC Webuyanycar.com.au H., 4th BRC Queensland Day P., L.

    Obsidian Dragon (07f, Monde Bleu, Salieri). 9 wins-2 at 2-at 1000m, 1050m to 2012-13, A$419,600, MVRC Fisher & Paykel Premium H., SAJC Yellow Corporation 2YO P., Allan Scott Park Morphettville 2YO H., Philip Bentley H., Cranbourne TC Apache Cat Classic, SAJC Adelaide Galvanising Boxing Day H., Holdfast Insurance H., Trotec Laser H., Craig Lewis 4 Life H., 2d SAJC Allan Scott Park Morphettville H.-twice, Schweppes Tonic 2YO P., 3d SAJC Dermody S., L-twice, Redelva S., L, MVRC Essendon Mazda 55 Second Heat H., SAJC One Solution H., 4th SAJC DC McKay S., Gr.3.

    Steel Dragon (07g, Volksraad, Keen). 8 wins-5 at 2-to 1300m, A$362,850, BRC Mount Franklin 2YO H., Townsville TC Harvey Norman QTIS 2YO P., 2d BRC Austereo 2YO H., QARDSS 2YO H., Continental Cup H., Hardings Hardware H., 3d BRC Hampden S., L.

    Hidden Kisses (07f, Piccolo, Semipalatinsk). 7 wins-2 at 2-to 1400m to 2013-14, A$472,300, BRC Cleandomain 2YO H., Mirvac Hotels & Resorts 2YO H., Racing Retro H., ATC Sportsyear H., BRC JW Bell & Chartis P., Plough Inn Tavern H., Qld Tatt''s RC Carlton Draught H., 2d BRC Princess S., L, Origin Kebabs H., Sunstate Customs & Cargo H., ATC JMR Creative Design H., BRC Alliance Airlines H., Kirks P., Blackwoods H., Aitkenvale Health Centre H., 3d BRC Magnitude 2YO P., Canadian Club P., PMP P., Qld Tatt''s RC Tattersall''s Arcade H.

    I''llbetricked (07g, Twig Moss, Sir Tristram). 7 wins from 1400m to 1650m to 2012-13, A$121,200, BRC Mittys H., Hidden Dragon at Lyndhurst H., Skyracing.tv H., 2d BRC Tattersall''s Members'' Cup, L, Timeform H., 3d BRC Sun Blade Servers 2YO H., St Margaret''s Anglican Girls School H., Nathan Lawyers Ascot P., Carnival on Sale Now H.

    Saraji (08f, Al Hareb, Black Zephyr). 6 wins-2 at 2-to 1100m, A$282,400, BRC Winning Edge Supports Queensland Racing 2YO H., Club Super H., Homestead Tavern H., Racing Retro H., 2d Ipswich TC Sky Racing Grange 2YO P., 3d BRC Mode P., L, Mick Dittman P., L.

    Mythologist (10g, Speeding Fine, Star Shower). 5 wins at 2 in 2012-13, A$139,900, Rockhampton JC Capricornia 2YO Classic, Hansens Catering QTIS 2YO P., Callaghanpark.com.au H., XXXX Gold 2YO H., 3d Rockhampton JC Wendy Mulry Travel 2YO H.

    Huff and Puff (07g, Skilful Star, Steel Pulse). 4 wins-1 at 2-at 1000m, 1200m to 2012-13, A$122,315, BRC Norths Juniors 2YO H., 3d BRC Parmalat 2YO H.

    Sister Magic (10f, Shedad, Black Zephyr). 2 wins at 2 in 2012-13, A$113,200, BRC Tennis Brisbane 2YO H., Qld Tatt''s RC Hamilton Hotel 2YO H.

    Silk Traders (08g, Luskin Star, Boucher). Winner at 1200m, BRC Tony Stephens Refrigeration P., 2d BRC Sky Racing H.

    Penski Material (07f, Victory Note, War Hawk II). 9 wins to 1400m to 2012-13, A$122,413, MVRC Nye H., 2d MVRC TEAC Premium H., MRC Geoffrey Bellmaine H., MVRC Alternate Railway Safeworking Pty Ltd H., WATC PR AFL Grand Final Day Packages H.

    Komodo Blue (07f, Bluebird, Lord of the Dance). 7 wins to 1300m to 2012-13, A$127,090, BRC Dulux Infracool Technology H., 3d ATC Egroup Events H.

    Hidden Shuffle (07f, Salieri, Lunchtime). 7 wins to 1000m to 2012-13, A$88,900, BRC Stanton Mienert Accountants H.

    Annette''s Pumpkin (07g, Puissance, Raise a Stanza). 5 wins to 1400m, BRC Subiaco H.

    Mafia Princess (09f, Raise a Stanza, Semipalatinsk). 4 wins at 2, A$132,400, Rockhampton JC XXXX Gold Magic Millions P.

    Just Betty (08f, King''s Theatre, Lord Ballina). 4 wins at 1200m, 1400m to 2012-13, BRC Bundaberg Distlling P., St Vincent''s Brisbane P., 3d BRC Mater Dei School H.

    Feuer Drache (07g, Al Ameen, Grand Chaudiere). 4 wins to 1400m, BRC Holy Spirit Northside H., Rockhampton Jockey Club H., Rockhampton JC Caulfield Cup Day H., XXXX Bitter H., 2d BRC Racing Retro P., 3d BRC Glenlogan Park H.

    Hidden Babe (07f, Sequalo, Kaoru Star). 3 wins to 1400m, BRC Queensland Reds P., Rockhampton JC Claude Green Memorial H., 2d BRC Livestock Transport P.

    Stable Star (09g, Zabeel, Danzatore). 2 wins at 1400m, 2500m to 2013-14, A$84,860, MVRC DPOS Displays H., 2d MRC Dimitrios Tzouvelis H.

    Dragimova (08g, Jetball, Famous Star). 2 wins at 1200m to 2012-13, HKJC Hillwood H., Jardine H.

    Molly''s Way (07f, Deputy Governor, Noble Bijou). 2 wins at 950m, 1100m, BRC Brc.com.au H., 2d Rockhampton JC Judy Doyle Memorial P.

    Forbidden Dragon (07f, Centro, Sir Tristram). 2 wins at 1200m, BRC Screen Offset Printing P.

    Friendly Dragon (10g, Distinctly North, Oenjay Star). Winner at 2 in 2012-13, BRC Sky Racing Brisbane Bloodstock 2YO P.

    Sirrush (08g, Mendham, Seventh Hussar). Winner at 1350m in 2012-13, BRC Drumbeats at Lyndhurst H.

    Old Lofty (08g, Zabeel, Diplomatic Agent). Winner at 1000m in 2012-13, BRC Key Supplier Shield H.

    Hidden Rose (08f, Irgun, River Rough). Winner at 1000m in 2012-13, BRC Certified Free Range Beef P., 3d BRC Bundaberg Distilling P.

    Like a Gee Six (08f, Kreisler, Schweppeshire Lad). 7 wins to 1400m to 2012-13, A$80,500, 2d BRC Queen''s Arms Hotel H., 3d BRC T&J Whitehouse Investments H.

       

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    Shelly's Dream WARWICK 28/01/17 Race 1 Form
    Shrouded MACKAY 14/03/17 Race 6 Form
    Shrouded ROCKHAMPTON 02/03/17 Race 7 Form
    Shrouded ROCKHAMPTON 16/02/17 Race 6 Form
    Shrouded ROCKHAMPTON 19/01/17 Race 7 Form
    Shrouded ROCKHAMPTON 12/01/17 Race 4 Form
    Solo Melody DOOMBEN 01/04/17 Race 1 Form
    Super Dragon SINGAPORE 12/03/17 Race 2 Form
    Super Dragon SINGAPORE 24/02/17 Race 4 Form
    Surrounded DARWIN 03/04/17 Race 3 Form
    Surrounded DARWIN 31/03/17 Race 3 Form
    Thank You TOWNSVILLE 05/01/17 Race 1 Form
    Thank You MOUNT ISA 04/03/17 Race 1 Form
    Thank You MOUNT ISA 18/03/17 Race 2 Form
    The Inflamer EAGLE FARM 08/03/17 Race 4 Form
    The Inflamer SUNSHINE COAST 17/03/17 Race 2 Form
    The Inflamer SUNSHINE COAST 17/03/17 Race 1 Form
    Time To Hula BALLINA 27/03/17 Race 3 Form
    Time To Hula COFFS HARBOUR 27/02/17 Race 4 Form
    Time To Hula TAREE 15/03/17 Race 3 Form
    Time To Hula GRAFTON 16/03/17 Race 3 Form
    Time To Hula GRAFTON 18/03/17 Race 3 Form
    Tin's Pocket TOOWOOMBA 14/01/17 Race 1 Form
    Tin's Pocket TOOWOOMBA 18/02/17 Race 2 Form
    Tin's Pocket GATTON 07/03/17 Race 7 Form
    Tin's Pocket GATTON 21/03/17 Race 7 Form
    Tin's Pocket GOLD COAST 21/01/17 Race 4 Form
    Tin's Pocket GATTON 21/03/17 Race 5 Form
    Tin's Pocket WARWICK 18/02/17 Race 6 Form
    Tintaglia SANDOWN-HILLSIDE 04/01/17 Race 6 Form
    Wonderful SINGAPORE 19/03/17 Race 9 Form
    Wonderful SINGAPORE 30/01/17 Race 9 Form
    Wudang Blade DOOMBEN 01/04/17 Race 1 Form
    Wudang Blade DOOMBEN 25/03/17 Race 1 Form
    Wudang Blade IPSWICH 10/03/17 Race 1 Form