“I’ve trained a lot of good horses in my career but he is possibly the greatest horse I have ever trained.”       Champion trainer Paul O'Sullivan

Windsor Park-bred Aerovelocity has beaten Japan's top sprinters to win the Gr.1 Takamatsunomiya Kinen, third leg of the Global Sprint Challenge


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Soubrettes team combines for another impressive Riccarton win  ››
13 Apr 2015 | By Richard Edmunds, The Informant
The Soubrettes (High Chaparral) team joined forces for further Riccarton success this afternoon as Tricoteuse (Guillotine) scored by a wide margin in the Hynds Pipe Systems Maiden. Owners Octagon Bloodstock Limited, trainers Mandy and Matt Brown and
Hover scores dashing win at Trentham  ››
13 Apr 2015 | By Richard Edmunds, The Informant
Black type opportunities are now part of the plan for Windsor Park-bred Hover (Starcraft ex Hot Stash by Secret Savings) who ran greenly but was far too good for his rivals at Trentham on Saturday. Trainer Allan Sharrock has a lot of time for his h
Dominant win sets Allez Eagle up for black-type bid ››
08 Apr 2015 | By Richard Edmunds, The Informant
Black-type racing awaits Allez Eagle (Guillotine) after his scintillating win in the Pyramid Trucking Open Handicap at Te Aroha last weekend, but it remains to be seen which side of the Tasman it will be on. “He could go for the Easter Handica
Shailer keen on future prospects for Windsor Park-bred Lady Le Fay ››
08 Apr 2015 | By NZ Racing Desk
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History made by New Zealand bred sprinter ››
31 Mar 2015 | By NZTBA
An equine family connection stretching back 23 years created history in Japan on Sunday evening, when Windsor Park-bred Aerovelocity (Pins) beat a field of Japan’s best sprinters in the Gr.1 Takamatsunomiya Kinen at Chukyo racecourse. Trained
Windsor Park bred Aerovelocity wins Japanese Gr.1 ››
30 Mar 2015 | By ANZ Bloodstock News
Windsor Park-bred gelding Aerovelocity (Pins) gave trainer Paul O’Sullivan a day to remember in Japan yesterday when defeating a top-class field of Japanese sprinters to become the first foreign horse to win the Gr.1 Takamatsunomiya Kinen (1200
O'Sullivan makes another foray into Japan ››
24 Mar 2015 | By NZ Racing Desk
Hong Kong-based Kiwi trainer Paul O'Sullivan has no false illusions about the enormity of the task ahead of his star Windsor Park-bred sprinter Aerovelocity (NZ) (Pins) in Sunday's Gr.1 Takamatsunomiya Kinen in Japan. Though if anyone had reason fo
Group One treble caps golden day for sireline ››
23 Mar 2015 | By Racenews
If any further endorsement of Sadler’s Wells as a global breeding colossus was needed then Sydney’s Rosehill racetrack in Australia provided it at the weekend. The influence of the 14-times champion sire was there for all to see with thr
New stakes winner for Rip Van Winkle ››
17 Mar 2015 | By Racenews
Following an impressive start with his first European 2YO crop that included Gr.1 winner Dick Whittington, Galileo’s top class son Rip Van Winkle has sired a new stakes winner early in the 2015 European racing season. Progressive 3YO filly Pri

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