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GOLD COAST MAGIC MILLIONS CLASSIC: HORSES / JOCKEYS / TRAINERS / BREEDERS / OWNERS – WINNERS HONOUR ROLL

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2018 Sunlight

Zoustar-Solar Charged
2nd Fullazaboot, 3rd Outback Barbie
Margins: 2 lengths x 0.3 length
Time: 1 minute 9.17 seconds
Cost: $300,000 at 2017 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Widden Stud
Buyer: Aquis Farm/McEvoy Mitchell Racing/Blue Sky Bloodstock
Trainer: Tony McEvoy
Jockey: Luke Currie

2017 Houtzen

I Am Invincible-Set to Unleash
2nd Chauffeur, 3rd Madeenaty
Margins: 0.5 length x 2.3 lengths
Time: 1 minute 9.49 seconds
Cost: $105,000 at 2016 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Yarraman Park Stud
Buyer: Edmonds Racing
Trainer: Toby Edmonds
Jockey: Jeff Lloyd
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2016 Capitalist

Written Tycoon-Kitalpha
2nd Nikitas, 3rd Candika
Margins: 2.5 lengths x 0.5 length
Time: 1 minute 9.29 seconds
Cost: $165,000 at 2015 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Daandine Stud
Buyer: James Harron B’stock/Snowden Racing
Trainer: Peter & Paul Snowden
Jockey: Blake Shinn

2015 Le Chef

Exceed and Excel-Red for Lou
2nd Pepperano, 3rd Single Gaze
Margins: 0.8 lengths x 0.8 lengths
Time: 1 minute 10.77 seconds
Cost: $120,000 at 2014 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Widden Stud (As Agent)
Buyer: Lenore Saunders
Trainer: Darryl Hansen
Jockey: Luke Tarrant
2014 Unencumbered

2014 Unencumbered

Testa Rossa-Blizzardly
2nd Oakleigh Girl, 3rd Ruby Soho
Margins: 0.8 len x 2.3 lens
Time: 1 minute 9.6 seconds
Cost: $70,000 at 2013 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Newhaven Park
Buyer: Bjorn Baker
Trainer: Bjorn Baker
Jockey: Nathan Berry
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2013 Real Surreal

Real Saga-Stolen Beauty, 2nd Sweet Idea, 3rd Missy Longstocking
Margins: Head x 1.3 lengths
Time: 1 minute 9.98 seconds
Cost: $70,000 at 2012 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Robyn Wise (As Agent)
Buyer: $75,000
Trainer: Kelso Wood
Jockey: Michael Cahill
2012 Driefontein

2012 Driefontein

Fastnet Rock-Follow Gold
2nd No Looking Back, 3rd Alezan Thunder. Protest 2 v 1 upheld.
Margins: Neck x 1 length
Time: 1 minute 9.49 seconds
Cost: $75,000 at 2011 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Widden Stud (As Agent)
Buyer: Star Thoroughbreds
Trainer: Gai Waterhouse
Jockey: Tommy Berry
2011 Karuta Queen

2011 Karuta Queen

Not a Single Doubt-Card Queen
2nd Combat Kitty, 3rd Schiffer
Margins: 2.8 lengths x Short head
Time: 1 minute 11 seconds
Cost: $30,000 at 2010 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Turangga Farm (As Agent)
Buyer: Glenn Williams
Trainer: Neville Layt
Jockey: Tommy Berry
2010 Military Rose

2010 Military Rose

General Nediym-Bella Maddalena
2nd Ambers Waltz, 3rd Demanding Miss
Margins: 3.8 lengths x Neck
Time: 1 minute 10.27 seconds
Cost: $155,000 at 2009 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Middlebrook Valley Lodge (As Agent)
Buyer: Heinrich Bloodstock
Trainer: Gillian Heinrich
Jockey: Stathi Katsidis
2009 Phelan Ready

2009 Phelan Ready

More Than Ready-Nancy Eleanor
2nd Paprika, 3rd Motown Lady
Margins: Neck x Long neck
Time: 1 minute 10 seconds
Cost: $150,000 at 2008 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Kitchwin Hills (As Agent)
Buyer: McLachlan Place Racing Stables
Trainer: Bruce & Jason McLachlan
Jockey: Jason Holder
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2008 Augusta Proud

2008 Augusta Proud

More Than Ready-Kadasha
2nd She’s Meaner, 3rd High Roll’n Woman
Margins: Head x 2.3 lengths
Time: 1 minute 9.4 seconds
Cost: P$47,500 at 2007 Adelaide Yearling Sale
Vendor: Mill Park Stud (As Agent)
Buyer: R$50,000
Trainer: Leon Macdonald
Jockey: Clare Lindop
2007 Mimi Lebrock

2007 Mimi Lebrock

Show a Heart-God Love It
2nd Husson Lightning, 3rd Royal Asscher
Margins: Short neck x Long neck
Time: 1 minute 9.98 seconds
Cost: $170,000 at 2006 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Glenlogan Park
Buyer: Les Smith
Trainer: Bart Cummings
Jockey: Hugh Bowman
2006 Mirror Mirror

2006 Mirror Mirror

Dehere-Fair Vanity
2nd Churchill Downs, 3rd Reigart
Margins: 1.8 lengths x Long head
Time: 1 minute 9.88 seconds
Cost: $120,000 at 2005 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Rosari Farm
Buyer: Strawberry Hill Stud
Trainer: Clarry Conners
Jockey: Danny Beasley
2005 Bradbury’s Luck

2005 Bradbury’s Luck

Redoute’s Choice-Skating
2nd Emit Time, 3rd Snitzel, Al Samer. Dead heat for 3rd.
Margins: 0.8 length x Long neck
Time: 1 minute 9.45 seconds
Cost: $225,000 at 2004 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Segenhoe Stud
Buyer: Graeme Rogerson
Trainer: Graeme Rogerson
Jockey: Hugh Bowman
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2004 Dance Hero

2004 Dance Hero

Danzero-Gypsy Dancer
2nd Not a Single Doubt, 3rd Marie Madeleine
Margins: 0.8 length x 4.3 lengths
Time: 1 minute 8.75 seconds
Cost: $90,000 at 2003 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Goodwood Farm (As Agent)
Buyer: Gai Waterhouse
Trainer: Gai Waterhouse
Jockey: Chris Munce
2003 Regimental Gal

2003 Regimental Gal

General Nediym-Hallaya
2nd Danbird, How Funny. Dead heat for 2nd.
Margins: Long neck x Dead heat
Time: 1 minute 9.8 seconds
Cost: $16,500 at Gold Coast Premier Yearling Sale
Vendor: Alma Vale Bloodstock (As Agent)
Buyer: Shaun Dwyer
Trainer: Shaun Dwyer
Jockey: Michael Rodd
2002 Lovely Jubly

2002 Lovely Jubly

Lion Hunter-Jaboulet
2nd Chuckle, 3rd Cool Trent
Margins: 1 length x 0.8 length
Time: 1 minute 9.56 seconds
Cost: $36,000 at 2001 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Carnation Lodge
Buyer: David Throsby
Trainer: David Throsby
Jockey: Scott Seamer
2001 Excellerator

2001 Excellerator

Marscay-Artless
2nd Miss Bussell, 3rd Magic Albert
Margins: Long neck x 0.8 length
Time: 1 minute 9.73 seconds
Cost: $50,000 at 2000 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Bhima Pty Ltd
Buyer: Gai Waterhouse
Trainer: Gai Waterhouse
Jockey: Chris Munce
2000 Assertive Lad

2000 Assertive Lad

Zeditave-Sommes Sound
2nd Belle Du Jour, 3rd Rapid Man
Margins: 1.3 lengths x 0.5 length
Time: 1 minute 9.36 seconds
Cost: $110,000 at 1999 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Stratheden Stud
Buyer: Gai Waterhouse
Trainer: Gai Waterhouse
Jockey: Shane Dye
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1999 Testa Rossa

1999 Testa Rossa

Perugino-Bo Dapper
2nd Sally Magic, 3rd Shalt Not
Margins: 4.3 lengths x Neck
Time: 1 minute 9.5 seconds
Cost: $45,000 at 1998 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Collingrove Stud (As Agent)
Buyer: Dean Lawson
Trainer: Dean Lawson
Jockey: Eddie Cassar
1998 Catnipped

1998 Catnipped

Rory’s Jester-Final Claus
2nd Spend, 3rd Phorous
Margins: Long neck x 1.5 lengths
Time: 1 minute 9.02 seconds
Cost: $60,000 at 1997 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Rosemount (As Agent)
Buyer: Colin Hayes
Trainer: Peter Hayes
Jockey: Jim Cassidy
1997 General Nediym

1997 General Nediym

Nediym-Military Belle
2nd Special Dane, 3rd My Halo Broke
Margins: 1.5 lengths x Long head
Time: 1 minute 9.03 seconds
Cost: $20,000 at 1996 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Glengarry Stud
Buyer: Tosh Murphy
Trainer: Bill Mitchell
Jockey: Mick Dittman
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1996 Winger Charger

1996 Winger Charger

Archregent-Toot-Toot-Tootsie
2nd Our Banker, 3rd La Snippette
Margins: 1 length x 0.8 length
Time: 1 minute 10.19 seconds
Cost: P$17,000 at 1995 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Lomar Park Stud
Buyer: R$20,000
Trainer: Tony Vasil
Jockey: Wayne Harris
1995 Zephyrz

1995 Zephyrz

Zephyr Zip-Cloudway
2nd Gold Ace, 3rd Pottinger
Margins: 2.5 lengths x Nose
Time: 1 minute 9.35 seconds
Cost: $70,000 at 1994 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: TBA
Buyer: Goodwood Bloodstock
Trainer: Max Lees
Jockey: Wayne Harris
1994 Brave Warrior

1994 Brave Warrior

Cossack Warrior-Nothing to Do
2nd St. Covet 3rd Discreet Lady
Margins: Long neck x 2.5 lengths
Time: 1 minute 10.24 seconds
Cost: $22,000 at 1993 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Emirates Park
Buyer: Eric Kirwan
Trainer: Eric Kirwan
Jockey: Neil Williams
1993 Our Fiction

1993 Our Fiction

Zoffany-Fiction Gem
2nd Flying Tycoon, 3rd Tiba Tiba
Margins: Long head x 2.8 lengths
Time: 1 minute 9.5 seconds
Cost: $10,000 at 1993 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: The Park Stud
Buyer: Mt. Tambourine Pastoral Co
Trainer: Bruce McLachlan
Jockey: Brian York
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1992 Clan O’sullivan

1992 Clan O’sullivan

Zoffany-Blazing Bags
2nd Zodiac Miss, 3rd Quick Snip. 1200m edition.
Margins: 5 lengths x 2 lengths
Time: 1 minute 8.46 seconds
Cost: $33,000 at 1991 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Segenhoe Stud
Buyer: Kieran Moore Bloodstock
Trainer: Frank Cleary
Jockey: Grant Cooksley
1991 Bold Promise

1991 Bold Promise

Luskin Star-Game Dame
2nd Musical Chairs, 3rd Dangerous Seam. Fillies edition
Margins: 5.8 lengths x 2.3 lengths
Time: 1 minute 9.51 seconds
Cost: $40,000 at 1990 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: JR Cribb, Jay-R Stud
Buyer: EJ Smith
Trainer: Sterling Smith
Jockey: Mick Dittman
1990 St. Jude

1990 St. Jude

Godswalk-Out of Danger
2nd Trustful, 3rd Quick Score
Margins: Short head x 0.8 length
Time: 1 minute 10.61 seconds
Cost: $25,000 at 1989 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Arrowfield Stud (As Agent)
Buyer: Wilton Bloodstock
Trainer: Bruce McLachlan
Jockey: Brian York
1990 Dancer’s Joy

1990 Dancer’s Joy

Danzatore-Belle Venus
2nd Mahaasin, 3rd Rhythmic Charm. Fillies edition
Margins: 0.8 length x 3 lengths
Time: 1 minute 10.09 seconds
Cost: $80,000 at 1989 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Ra Ora Stud (As Agent)
Buyer: Geoff Murphy
Trainer: Geoff Murphy
Jockey: Jim Cassidy
1989 Sunblazer

1989 Sunblazer

Daybreak Lover-Tianda
2nd Scomasc, 3rd Red Rancher
Margins: 1.5 lengths x 0.5 length
Time: 1 minute 10.43 seconds
Cost: $50,000 at 1988 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Springfields Stud
Buyer: Eric Kirwan
Trainer: Eric Kirwan
Jockey: Chris Munce
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1989 Malibu Magic

1989 Malibu Magic

Prego-Jeckale
2nd Tristanagh, 3rd Proudly. Fillies edition
Margins: Half head x 3 lengths
Time: 1 minute 10.15 seconds
Cost: $95,000 at 1998 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Wakefield Stud
Buyer: Bart Cummings
Trainer: Bart Cummings
Jockey: Ken Russell
1988 Sea Cabin

1988 Sea Cabin

Semipalatinsk-Cabin Light
2nd Regal Devotion, 3rd Mean Eyes. Fillies edition
Margins: 0.8 length x 1.8 lengths
Time: 1 minute 14.27 seconds
Cost: $40,000 at 1987 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Eureka Stud
Buyer: Des Burns
Trainer: Des Burns
Jockey: Ken Russell
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1988 Molokai Prince

1988 Molokai Prince

Biscay-Philippine Suite
2nd Prince Regent, 3rd Good Time Dancer
Margins: Head x 0.8 length
Time: 1 minute 11.22 seconds
Cost: $40,000 at 1987 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Gooree Stud
Buyer: Jonnel Assoc
Trainer: Neville Begg
Jockey: Ron Quinton
1987 Snippets

1987 Snippets

Lunchtime-Easy Date
2nd Prince Anton, 3rd Mother Duck
Margins: 4 lengths x 0.5 length
Time: 1 minute 9.9 seconds
Cost: $22,000 at 1986 Gold Coast Yearling Sale
Vendor: Gregadoo Stud
Buyer: Dalgety Bloodstock
Trainer: Sally Rodgers
Jockey: Phillip Smith
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RACE 8

#6 FAICONI

The horse I’m super keen on is Race 8 – 6 FAICONI trained by Chrissy Munce. Currently at $3.40, that’s worth hitting straight out!

FAICONI comes back to the Ipswich circuit, where he’s won twice with another an additional 2 places from half a dozen goes — dropping sharply in grade.

10 days ago she was a terrific 4th in a fillies & mares BM 85 at Doomben behind Lucky News, beaten just 2.7L after settling back in 8th in the 9 horse affair in a race that was run well below average tempo. The first 3 past the post we all up on speed but FAICONI managed to run the fastest last 600m split in the event & clearly clocked the fastest final furlong in the race, being the only runner to break 12 seconds for the final furlong. That was against the tempo of the race.

This race is a fillies & mares midweek BM 70, a sizeable drop.

2 back at Ipswich the horse won in filly & mares class 1 grade over today’s track, distance & track condition.

She’s drawn well with B.Stewart onboard to settle handy to them and despite the sharpe drop in grade is only 3kg over the minimum.

The horses overall race record is unflattering with just 2 wins from 16 starts, and another 6 minors. The horse however has improved very sharply since joining the Munce stable 4 runs back from the Meagher’s and looks on a steep upward spiral that should continue here and see her sprinting home over the top of them.

IT’LL BE A LONG WAIT BUT ILL BE BACKING IT HEAVILY PERSONALLY AS I THINK IT’S WORTH EVERY SECOND OF THE WAIT & WE’LL GO HOME WINNERS!!

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Desperate Brisbane Racing Club considers going it alone to finish Eagle Farm redevelopment

THE mass uncertainty over the Eagle Farm upgrade has become so desperate that the Brisbane Racing Club has explored going it alone and seeking a private loan to fund a key element of the project.

The State Government has committed to the Eagle Farm renovations but Queensland’s best track has been dormant for 12 months waiting for an approval to fund the tunnels.

The tunnel money was to come out of a racing infrastructure fund and was basically a $12 million loan from that fund to the BRC which required State Government approval.

It is unlikely Eagle Farm can reopen without the tunnels as they unlock the master plan to the entire Eagle Farm precinct which will include new residential developments and the existing stables being shifted to the infield.

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Attempts to seek updates on the Eagle Farm loan approval have received only vague responses from the Minister’s Bill Byrne’s office, increasing the frustration of top trainers and industry participants.

The Courier-Mail has confirmed the BRC has had preliminary discussions about a contingency plan to seek private funding so the construction of the tunnels can start as a matter of urgency.

The BRC is reluctant to speak publicly about its intentions, as its strong preference remains accessing the existing money which had been set aside for the project.

But BRC chief executive Dave Whimpey did not deny the club had looked into going it alone and getting its own loan.

“The club is exploring all options,’’ Whimpey said.

“Our board has resolved to get the tunnels done and Eagle Farm back in action as soon as possible. We do not want the project to be delayed any further.’’

While racing in Queensland is in limbo, sections of industry are incredulous the State Government has just committed $30 million to build a new netball hub for the Queensland Firebirds.

They have no issue with the champion Firebirds, but point out that the Eagle Farm track would inject countless millions back in the State Government coffers through increased wagering.

Top trainers, including former champion jockey Chris Munce and Brisbane’s premier trainer Tony Gollan, have had enough and want answers on Eagle Farm and the future direction of racing in Queensland.

“At the moment, Racing Queensland, the Government and the BRC are all saying different things and nobody seems to know what is going on,’’ Munce said.

“Trainers just want a bit of direction.

“Are the tunnels going to happen and, if so, what is the expected time-frame?

“Are the infield stables going to get built and when is that going to happen? When is the track going to open? Basically, nobody seems to know what is going on.’’

Gollan said the delays in the Eagle Farm redevelopment were not only affecting Brisbane trainers, but were a black mark for the entire industry in Queensland.

“At the moment the silence is deafening and everyone is in limbo,’’ Gollan said.

“The Eagle Farm renovations have been a debacle and this, in turn, is putting a lot of pressure on other tracks in southeast Queensland.

“Every stakeholder in racing just wants a bit of action. But this sport is way too political in Queensland and everyone seems to want to blame somebody else.’’

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http://www.news.com.au/sport/superracing/desperate-brisbane-racing-club-considers-going-it-alone-to-finish-eagle-farm-redevelopment/story-fndpsbf9-1227420278359

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