HIS TIME IS NOW!

FIRST CROP 2YO GROUP WINNER FOR

CHARM SPIRIT

Yourtimeisnow dominates rivals to become Charm Spirit's first Group winner when successful in the Gr.3 Dick Poole Fillies' Stakes in England

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Speed Queen too quick at Ruakaka ››
19 Sep 2018 | By NZ Racing Desk
Windsor Park-bred speed machine Prom Queen was back doing what she does best when she scorched her rivals over 1200m at Ruakaka on the weekend. The Ken Rae and Krystal Williams-Tuhoro trained mare was making her first appearance since returning from
Rockview racks up number 16 for Spirit ››
08 Sep 2018 | By ANZ News
Charm Spirit (Invincible Spirit) continued his rich vein of form yesterday, after the John McConnell-trained Rockview Spirit (2 f ex Deraaya by Mujahid) ran out a brave winner of the Irish Stallion Farms 2YO Fillies Maiden Stakes (5f) at Down Royal t
Group winner for Charm Spirit ››
07 Sep 2018 | By Racenews
An incredible week of success continued for hot young Windsor Park Stud shuttler Charm Spirit (Invincible Spirit) when he sired his first stakes-winner overnight in England with progressive filly Yourtimeisnow taking out the Gr. 3 Dick Poole Fillies&
ShamExpress sires another Stakes Winner ››
06 Sep 2018 | By Breednet.com
The first black-type prize of the Hastings Spring Carnival is heading back to Cambridge after the Tony Pike trained Cyber Attack (ShamExpress) claimed the Listed Sir Colin Meads Trophy (1200m) on Saturday. The ShamExpress gelding took his consistent
Smith has big plans for Rip Van Winkle filly ››
06 Sep 2018 | By Queensland Racing
Renown trainer Brian Smith picked up the expenses for an Hawaiian holiday when Belle Roc made it back-to-back wins at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday.  Belle Roc, having only her fourth start, powered home to down Sugar Sizzle in the QTIS Three-
Rip's Miss Gardenia targets black type this Spring ››
06 Sep 2018 | By racenews
Darren Weir has trained more than 3500 winners but landed a career-first when Mrs Gardenia and Bellaria dead-heated at Caulfield on saturday. The Weir-trained pair shared the spoils in Saturday's Hocking Stuart Handicap, the first time the trainer h
Minister welcomes racing industry review ››
03 Sep 2018 | 
Review of Racing Industry Racing Minister Rt Hon Winston Peters released the ‘Review of the New Zealand Racing Industry’ by Australian expert John Messara at a public meeting in Hamilton this evening. The Government commissioned Mr Mess
Te Akau Shark sounds ominous warning to spring rivals ››
02 Sep 2018 | By NZ Racing Desk
Exciting four-year-old Te Akau Shark (Rip Van Winkle) put his future spring rivals on notice with a stunning return to the racetrack at Hastings yesterday. The showy chestnut had been off the scene with niggling problems since finishing fourth behin
First trial winning 2YO for Charm Spirit ››
29 Aug 2018 | By Racenews
The first of the new seasons 2YO trials were conducted at Te Teko yesterday with a colt from Charm Spirit’s (Invincible Spirit) first southern hemisphere crop leading his trial field home for Cambridge trainer Tony Pike and owners Frontier Bloo
   
 

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