PLAY TO WIN - The Foreplay Story
The exciting win of debutant two year old Just For Starters at Caulfield yesterday provides a timely reason for Woodside Park to remind breeders of the story and success of his sire Foreplay.
Just For Starters was the impressive winner of the juvenile event at Caulfield yesterday. Just For Starters ‘ win is a particularly significant win for his sire Foreplay as he is a member of the first crop of foals conceived after revolutionary stem cell treatment to reinvigorate the stallion’s stud career.
Foreplay & Woodside Flying High
The Robbie Laing trained 2 year old Just for Starters was a very impressive debut winner at Caulfield today.
The diminutive youngster scored a strong victory in The Grand Hotel Frankston Handicap over 1000 metres beating Just Magical with Ruettiger in third place.
San Nicasio's Impressive Debut Win
Woodside graduate San Nicasio (Hard Spun x Munchie) was an impressive debut winner of the 2 year old 1105m race at Warracknabeal this afternoon.
The Hard Spun colt was given a brilliant ride and was positioned fourth in running before making his move upon turning into the straight. He easily got the lead and won comfortably showing that he is an exciting prospect going forward.
Super VOBIS suits Written
Written is living up to her potential since transferring from Sydney to Mick Kent’s Cranbourne stables to take advantage of Super VOBIS.
The Written Tycoon filly won at Sandown’s Lakeside and Hillside circuits earlier this year and she brought up another city success in the Vintage Crop Hcp (1400m) at Flemington on Saturday.
Fiftyshadesofgrey bolts in at Wyong
Talented 3yo filly Fiftyshadesofgrey scored a strong victory today in the Long Jetty Hotel Handicap over 1100 metres at Wyong.
Weekend double keeps Foreplay’s winning strike rate sky high
Underrated stallion Foreplay enjoyed another successful weekend with 2 winners from 2 to race on Saturday.
At Doomben Foreplay’s tough 4yo Believe’n’receive scored a solid victory for trainer Matthew Dunne in the Des Lambert Memorial Handicap (class 6) over 1350.
Black-type beckons Written Tycoons
Woodside Park's champion sire Written Tycoon unearthed another two stakes-winners in waiting on Sunday.
Nicely bred Flamin’ Mogul to resume at Geelong
The well bred Written Tycoon gelding Flamin’ Mogul will resume racing at Geelong on Friday.
The David Hayes trained 2yo gelding has only had the one career start where he failed to flatter in the $100,000.00 Magic Millions Classic at Morphettville finishing 7th of 8 runners.