Headlines for Sunday, March 4, 2007

  • Inglis Premier Yearling Sale Off to Great Start

    The Inglis Premier Yearling Sale in Victoria, Australia, is always seen as the main preliminary event on the under card to the April Easter Yearling Sale, also conducted by Inglis. If day one of Premier was a precursor of things to come, Easter should be mind blowing.

  • Silver Tree returned from a layoff with a victory in the Appleton Handicap.

    Freshened Silver Tree Takes Appleton With Late Rush

    Peter Vegso's favored Silver Tree returned to his favorite course Sunday, closing with a big rush to sweep past Steel Light in the final strides while taking the $125,000 Appleton Handicap (gr. IIIT) by a neck on the Gulfstream Park turf.

  • Champion Wait a While, won the Honey Fox Handicap in her 2007 debut.

    Wait's Worth it for Filly Champion in Honey Fox

    Arindel Farm's Wait a While, last year's Eclipse Award winner as the nation's top 3-year-old filly, started her 2007 season in fine style, going virtually gate to wire to win the $100,000 Honey Fox Handicap (gr. IIIT) as the prohibitive favorite on the Gulfstream Park turf Sunday.

  • Call Me Clash Runs Away in Horatius Stakes

    Gerard Artz's Call Me Clash led virtually from start to finish in winning the $74,600 Horatius Stakes for 3-year-olds by three lengths at Laurel Park Saturday.

  • He's No Pie Eater Springs Huge Upset in Sydney

    He's No Pie Eater is not the most tasteful name to inflict upon a noble Thoroughbred. But it has not stopped him joining some of Australia and New Zealand's finest, including Phar Lap, on the list of Chipping Norton Stakes (Aus-I) winners.

  • Storm Cat Off to Good Start

    Storm Cat, a 24-year-old son of Storm Bird, has impregnated six of his first seven mares bred this year.