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Australian Bloodstock Eyeing Caulfield Cup With Singing

Australian Bloodstock Eyeing Caulfield Cup With Singing

1 Jul, 2014

Australian Bloodstock are eyeing the 2014 Caulfield Cup with Singing after the promising stayer finished second in the Hansa-Preis at Hamburg on Saturday.

Kris Lees will head to Newmarket to get Singing ready for the 2014 Caulfield Cup. Photo by: Daniel Costello

Singing was racing for the first time since he was purchased by Australian …

Freedman has another German import for Spring Carnival

Freedman has another German import for Spring Carnival

23 Jul, 2013

German import Waldpark has arrived at Anthony Freedman’s Flemington stables on target for a Melbourne Spring Carnival campaign.

Mawingo, blue and white, winning the Doomben Cup for Anthony Freedman. Photo by Daniel Costello.

Freedman has had great success with European imports and hopes that Waldpark can follow in the footsteps of Mawingo and Lucas Cranach …

Lucas Cranach Retired

Lucas Cranach Retired

3 Jan, 2013

Connections of Lucas Cranach have decided to retire the talented import following the advice of vets.

Lucas Cranach has been retired. Photo by: Steven Dowden.

Co-director of Australian Bloodstock Jamie Lovett, who raced the former German stayer, revealed the disappointing news on twitter today.

“Unfortunately for connections we have decided to retire Lucas Cranach this …

Mawingo Ruled Out Of Spring

Mawingo Ruled Out Of Spring

10 Oct, 2012

Having already lost Melbourne Cup placegetter Lucas Cranach to injury prior to the spring, the bad luck has continued for Anthony Freedman with Mawingo set to miss the rest of the spring after contracting a virus.

Mawingo (blue) has been ruled out of the spring. Photo by: Daniel Costello.

The German import claimed the Group …

Lucas Cranach out for the Spring

Lucas Cranach out for the Spring

8 Aug, 2012

Australian Bloodstock will have to rely on Doomben Cup winner Mawingo to chase the Spring riches after Lucas Cranach has been ruled out of another Caulfield – Melbourne Cups campaign.

Lucas Cranach - photo © Steven Dowden

Lucas Cranach has suffered a recurrence of the injury which saw last year’s Melbourne Cup placegetter miss the …

Salomina to race in Australia

Salomina to race in Australia

6 Aug, 2012

German Oaks winner Salomina will join other Australian Bloodstock European imports Mawingo and Lucas Cranach at Anthony Freedman’s Rye stables after she contests the  Group 1 €4m QATAR Prix De L’Arc De Triomphe (2400m) at Longchamp in France on October 7.

Australian Bloodstock were keen to return to Europe in pursuit of another first class …

Lee Freedman to set up Randwcik stable

Lee Freedman to set up Randwcik stable

15 Mar, 2012

Hall of Fame trainer Lee Freedman is looking to set up a training partnership with New Zealand’s top trainer Graeme Rogerson at Randwick.

Freedman broke his silence and revealed that he has had preliminary talks with Rogerson about forming a partnership to train out of Rogerson’s Randwick stables.

Rogerson currently has thirty-six boxes at Randwick …

Moroney’s confidence growing for Glass Harmonium in Australian Cup

Moroney’s confidence growing for Glass Harmonium in Australian Cup

9 Mar, 2012

Trainer Mike Moroney’s confidence is growing by the minute for the chances of Glass Harmonium in the Group 1 $1m Dubai Australian Cup (2000m) at Flemington tomorrow.

With the shock scratching of ruling favourite Lucas Cranach, the Australian Cup is reduced to a high quality field of eight with the David Hayes trained Americain regaining …

Lucas Cranach out of Australian Cup

Lucas Cranach out of Australian Cup

9 Mar, 2012

Lucas Cranach is out of the Australian Cup and will not race again until the Spring due to injury

Australian Cup favourite Lucas Cranach has been scratched from tomorrow’s $1m Group 1 and won’t  race again until the spring.

Trainer Anthony Freedman notified Racing Victoria Stewards that Lucas Cranach had sustained an injury and would …

Hayes puts his judgement to the test with Americain

Hayes puts his judgement to the test with Americain

8 Mar, 2012

Trainer David Hayes is putting his judgement to the test and believes his imported stayer Americain has the right credentials to win first over 2000m.

Americain has only ever won over a shorter distance on one occasion and that was his first start in race over 1400m at Chantilly in 2007.

But Hayes is confident …