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ROCKWOOD, SEPT. 30, 2019 – After a summer in which harness racing Ontario sired horses captured the Meadowlands Pace, Hambletonian, William Wellwood Memorial and Metro Pace finals, the Ontario Sired yearlings available at the Lexington, London and Harrisburg sales will once again be hot commodities. Just over 600 Ontario Sired yearlings will parade through sales rings in the coming weeks, with more than 110 available at the Lexington Selected Sale between Oct. 1 and 5, just over 300 at the London Selected Sale Oct. 19 and 20 and the remainder at the Harrisburg Black Book Sale Nov. 4 through 8. In addition to the Ontario Sires Stakes program’s leading sires, Bettors Delight and Kadabra, buyers will find yearlings by 26 other stallions at the three sales. In addition to established stallions, buyers can look forward to the first crops from pacing stallions Control The Moment, Physicallyinclined and State Treasurer and trotting stallion Il Sogno Dream. Trotting stallion Crazed will also debut his first Ontario Sired crop this fall. “I am very much looking forward to this fall's sales, starting with the opening session of Lexington tonight,” said Walter Parkinson, president of the Standardbred Breeders of Ontario Association. “The Ontario Sires Stakes has seen a lot of dominant performers this past season, with many of them stepping up and defeating the best that North America has to offer in Grand Circuit stakes action.” Buyers selecting Ontario Sired yearlings will have an opportunity to race in the lucrative 2020 Ontario Sires Stakes (OSS) program. Complete details about the OSS program are available at Along with three-year-old pacing colt Best In Show (Bettors Delight – Put On A Show), three-year-old trotting colt Forbidden Trade (Kadabra – Pure Ivory), two-year-old trotting colt HP Royal Theo (Royalty For Life – Mikas Mazurka) and undefeated two-year-old pacing colt Tall Dark Stranger’s (Bettors Delight – Precocious Beauty) Grand Circuit victories, Ontario Sired horses have enjoyed broad success in open stake events this summer. Two-year-old pacing filly Alicorn (Bettors Delight – Mythical) won the Eternal Camnation and her Shes A Great Lady elimination and three-year-old pacing colt Bettors Wish (Bettors Delight – Lifetime Star) won the Art Rooney Pace, Kentucky Sires Stakes Final, Carl Milstein Memorial and his North America Cup, Meadowlands Pace and Messenger eliminations. Also competing in the three-year-old pacing colt division, Century Farroh (Mach Three – Beachy Girl) won the Simcoe Stake, Jennas Beach Boy and his Somebeachsomewhere division. “Clearly, whether you are looking for your next OSS champion or dreaming of winning coveted Grand Circuit races, Ontario Sired yearlings have what it takes to get you there,” said Parkinson. To view pedigree pages and videos for the Ontario Sired yearlings on offer this fall please visit: Lexington Selected Yearling Sale (Oct. 1 to 5) — London Selected Yearling Sale (Oct. 19 and 20) — Harrisburg Black Book Sale (Nov. 4 to 8) — (SBOA/Sandra Snyder)

An online PDF sale catalog for the upcoming annual Ohio Selected Jug Sale is now available on the Ohio Harness Horse Breeders website. The link: which will access the full sale catalog, can be downloaded for quick viewing. The sale is set for Friday, September 13, 2019 at the Brave Horse Equestrian Center in Johnstown, Ohio with the first horse in the ring at 11 a.m. In addition, the annual preview Show Day will be held on Thursday, September 12 with food and drink served from 4 to 6 p.m. This year's sale will feature 248 yearlings featuring 36 by Racing Hill and Uncle Peter, 26 by Pet Rock, 16 by Well Said, 15 by Triumphant Caviar, 13 by McArdle, 11 by My MVP and others by Rockin Amadeus, Cash Hall, Western Vintage, Big Bad John and many more. Ohio Breeders president Randy Haines noted, "There is definitely something for everyone at the Ohio Selected Jug Sale. We have brothers and sisters to some of the top performers in the Buckeye State, as well as a host of individuals by all the popular and some first crop sires!" For decades, the Ohio Select sale has been the first stop for owners and trainers to acquire top State-bred harness racing performers. This year will be no exception as the Ohio Select sale has sold several million dollar earners and hundreds of Ohio Sire Stakes winners and dozens of Super Night Champions. Current standouts include, but are not limited to: QUEEN OF THE PRIDE p,2,1:52.4f, 3,1:51.1f--'19 ($510,479); ROSEMARY ROSE p,1:50.3f--'19 ($505,117); ROSE RUN SYDNEY 4,1:54.1h ($564,233); FRASER RIDGE 4,1:52.1f ($522,479); World Champion ROCK CANDY p,3,1:50.2f--'19 ($318,126); PURE CHANCE p,3,1:54.2h--'19 ($185,146) as well as two-year-old standouts ARTFUL DANCER p,2,1:52.2f--'19 ($71,700); ELVER HANOVER p,2,1:52.1f--'19 ($66,500), and IT'S ACADEMIC 2,1:57.3f-'19 ($63,400), etc. A social media, facebook page: is also up and running, which will feature current and former Ohio Sire Stakes winners and performers, as well as news, links and updates from farms and consignors. The Ohio Harness Horse Breeders Association is a cooperative of Buckeye State equine nurseries dedicated to the promotion and growth of Ohio Standardbreds, and include: Abby Stables, LTD., Cool Winds Farm, Dublin Valley Farms, Hickory Lane Horse Farm, LMN Bred Stables, Inc., Midland Acres, Inc., Rose Run Farm, Spring Haven Farm, Steiner Stock Farm, Sugar Valley Farm and Winterwood Farm. For additional information, contact Randy Haines at 2060 S Cool Rd., Lima, OH 45806 (419) 227-2665 or Laura Nault at 17605 Clarks Run Rd., Mount Sterling, OH 43143. Email:     Chris Tully   for the Ohio Harness Horse Breeders Assoc

Prominent breeders from most states have thrown their weight behind the 2019 Shepparton Mixed Stock Sale to be held at the Shepparton Harness Racing Club’s Kialla complex on Sunday, July 14 at 12 noon.   The sale comprises 67 well bred lots – 47 pacers and 20 trotters - including weanlings, broodmares, two and three-year-olds and tried and untried stock with strong consignments from two of the country’s most successful breeders, Robert Watson and Duncan McPherson.   Of the 16 weanlings going up for auction three are by the great American Ideal, two by A Rocknroll Dance and Sunshine Beach with single entries by high profile sires including Sweet Lou, Betting Line, Heston Blue Chip, Auckland Reactor and Majestic Son.   The weanling section includes A Rocknroll Dance half-sister to the outstanding pacer Shadow Sax, a Heston Blue Chip half-brother to the dual Listed winner Sophies Ideal, a Sweet Lou colt out the $120,000 winner So Shesachristian, a Betting Line half-sister to the good Gloucester Park winner Soho Changeling and A Rocknroll Dance filly closely related to Mother Courage.   Among the mixed stock listed in the catalogue are Jamm Kiss NZ (1:57.1), a Somebeachsomewhere two-year-old half-sister to The Graduate winner Stars Align (1:50.4), an unraced three-year-old half-brother to the dual Group winner Lombo Kotakinabalu, a three-year-old half-sister to the NSW Breeders Challenge winner Shezallapples and an American Ideal two-year-old half-brother to Soho Changeling.   There’s 30 broodmares in the sale highlighted by the millionairess Miss Galvinator, Our Awesome Lover, a sister to Under Cover Lover; Frances Lombo, dam of Lombo Kotakinabalu; Lethal Mee NZ, dam of NZ 2YO Filly of the Year Susie Maguire; the $130,000 winning trotter Countessa Hest NZ, Mossdale Gabby (Tas. Mother of Pearl), Aspenglow USA, the mother of cups winner Cold Sister; Ushaka Bromac NZ (winner of $144,000) and Sundons Babe NZ, a daughter of NZ Trotter of the Year Merinai.   Broodmares are in foal to well credentialled sires such as Sportswriter, Four Starzzz Shark, Pet Rock, Sunshine Beach, Hes Watching, Tintin In America, Auckland Reactor, Yankee Rockstar and Aldebaran Eagle.   Catalogues are available from Melton and most Victorian country clubs.   To request a catalogue email or phone Shepparton club manager Ian McDonald on 0428 231 403.   by Peter Wharton

The catalog and past performances booklet for the Tattersalls Summer Mixed Sale are now available and may be downloaded from the Tattersalls website,, or by using the Equineline Sales Catalog app.   The sale will be the final attraction of Meadowlands Pace weekend, as it will get underway in the track's race paddock at 12 noon on Sunday, July 14.   It is exclusively a "horses of racing age" sale with 80-plus head cataloged, not including expected supplemental entries. Nearly all sale horses are currently racing and 18 horses in the book--nearly a quarter of the catalog--finished first or second in their last start.   "The sale has a significant amount of quality, thanks to owners like Ron Burke and partners who are selling a dozen in their annual reduction, primarily to make room for yearlings," said manager David Reid.   "That creates a bonus for buyers, as there are some top week-in and week-out raceway horses in the sale that can be money makers in any jurisdiction."   Some that Reid pointed out include the 3-year-olds JK American Beauty and Priceless Beach. The former was a last-out winner of a NYSS 3YO Filly Pace at Buffalo and the latter has won three in a row at Woodbine plus an OSS Grassroots at Flamboro.   Top-class older horses spotlighted include double millionaire Mach It So, who has been racing on the Open at Yonkers; Fashionwoodchopper, who knocked heads with Atlanta and Six Pack last fall; and Call For Justice and Elysium Lindy, both winners of their last two starts.   Entries for the supplemental catalog are now being accepted. Those wishing to enter may do so online at or by calling (914) 773-7777.     Tattersalls Sales Co

Tattersalls Sales Co. reminds harness racing horsemen and women that the catalog for the Summer Mixed Sale is ready to close, so entries should be submitted to the sales company or with one’s agent as soon as possible. The sale will be conducted at the Meadowlands on July 14, the Sunday following the track’s premier night of racing that includes the Meadowlands Pace and seven other major stakes. “With this being the last sale of the year at the Meadowlands, I’ve had a lot of interest not only from those with interest in selling, but also from buyers who are making plans to replenish their stables for the fall meets,” said sale manager David Reid. The Summer Mixed will feature horses of racing age, from 2-year-olds to older performers, and as Reid points out, “anything racing with current success always gets the most attention. Buyers are eager for horses to drop in the entry box the following week.” The sale has traditionally been successful in recruiting mid- to upper-level racehorses, thanks in part to owners and trainers reducing numbers to create cash flow and make way for fall yearling purchases. “Just like with real estate, it’s a seller’s market right now,” Reid said. “But buyers are willing to step up and pay for the right house and the right horse.” Horse may be entered on the Tattersalls website,, or by calling (914) 773-7777. For more information contact Tattersalls at (914) 773-7777 or email Tattersalls Sales Co.

Summer Mixed entries now accepted Entries are now being accepted for the Tattersalls Summer Mixed Sale, to be held at the Meadowlands on Sunday, July 14. Long known as a sale of quality racehorses, it will feature 2-year-olds that are just getting started as well as 3-year-olds and older horses. The sale will add an exclamation point to one of the biggest weekends of the year at the Meadowlands. It follows a night of racing that is highlighted by the Meadowlands Pace Final and seven other major stakes, including the Stanley Dancer Memorial, Hambletonian Maturity, Del Miller and Mistletoe Shalee. “The Meadowlands takes center stage that weekend, and this sale always draws a big crowd of buyers who come in for both the racing and the sale,” said Tattersalls manager David Reid. “For sellers, the Summer Mixed offers a chance to reduce inventory and raise capital before fall yearling purchases. And with the nonstop demand for racehorses in every jurisdiction, if you bring a standout horse to this sale, you’ll likely make more than you would ever expect.” Last year’s Tattersalls Summer Mixed was up in both average and gross, with receipts of $3.1-million adding up to a 24 percent increase from the previous year. Those planning to enter can do so online at or by calling the sales company office at (914) 773-7777.   Tattersalls Sales Co

Horsemen flooded to the Champions Center in Springfield, Ohio on May 14, seeking harness racing racehorses and breeding stock among the nearly 400 catalogued horses. The sale was virtually tied with last year as the best Spring Sale in its 56 year history with a lot of happy sellers, and buyers that were grateful to get horses to stock their stables. Burke Racing Stable brought an especially strong consignment that included five of the top ten sellers. Leading the way at $65,000 was consistent Preferred pacer Arthur Pendragon. Mark Wright of Frankfort Kentucky had the winning bid on the handsome son of Dragon Again. Next in line was solid conditioned pacer Cheese Melt fresh off a 1:51.2h win at Northfield Park. Fred Linz of Indiana signed the ticket for the 4-yr-old son of Betterthancheddar for $62,000. Other heavy hitters in the Burke consignment were conditioned pacers Reagans Avenger and Aleppo Hanover purchased by Rick Bucci for $42,000 and $32,000 respectively along with Fordham Sixty Two who was picked up for $35,000 by Allard Racing. The consistent young trotter Lion King AS from the Ruddick Stables also went to Allard Racing on a $37,000 bid. A potential story in the making was the purchase of Indiana Sires Stakes eligible Mr Bigly by 15-yr-old Breana Carsey (of Ohio Champion MJB Gotta Have Faith fame) and her dad Brian for $47,000. The precocious son of Always A Virgin came from the very nice Emerald Highlands Farm consignment that also featured the competitive 4-yr-old conditioned mare McPansy purchased by A Piece of Racing for $40,000. The Summer Blooded Horse Sale will be held Tuesday and Wednesday Aug. 27-28. This sale includes a black type yearling session in addition to several hundred racehorses. The black type yearling session closes July 1. Mixed entries will be taken until full. Visit to enter or order a catalogue.   Dot Morgan

Entries for the Blooded Horse Spring Sale will be taken through Thursday morning April 18; supplemental entries will be accepted after that.  Don’t miss this opportunity to take advantage of the strong demand for racehorses, green prospects, yearlings, and broodmares. Nice consignments have already been received from Anthony MacDonald, Ron Burke and Spring Haven Farm with Emerald Highlands expected to bring some blue blooded stock, as well. Held Tuesday May 14 at the Champions Center in Springfield Ohio, the sale is a timely venue to both market and restock. Don’t be shut out! Visit to enter or call (859) 858-4415. Please direct any questions to   Dot Morgan

Citing a lack of entries, the Tattersalls Spring Mixed Sale at the Meadowlands, originally scheduled for April 28, has been cancelled. “Although there were horses entered from a few of the major racing stables, unfortunately there weren’t enough overall to justify conducting the sale,” said manager David Reid. “We tacked this sale onto our calendar to offer a market for this time of year--if it was needed--but most horsemen we spoke with said they were planning to wait until the Summer Mixed to sell. Horses will be in the middle of their racing seasons by that time, and owners and trainers can plan accordingly to sell and raise capital for the fall yearling sales.” The Tattersalls Summer Mixed Sale at the Meadowlands will be held on Sunday, July 14, the day after the Meadowlands Pace. That sale will include 2-year-olds and older racehorses. For information about the Summer Mixed and other Tattersalls sales, visit   Tattersalls Sales Co

Those planning to consign horses to the Tattersalls Spring Mixed Sale have until Monday, April 8 to do so, as the catalog will close at the end of that business day.   The sale is scheduled to be held on Sunday, April 28 in the Meadowlands race paddock.   "Most of the racetracks with spring and summer meets are now open, and the amount of claims everywhere gives you an idea of the incredible demand there is for racehorses," said Tattersalls manager David Reid.   "A quality racehorse at this sale is going to get a lot of looks, a lot of attention and a lot of action. It's still a seller's market and sellers should expect to be well-rewarded," he added.   Entries can be directed to one's sales agent, submitted online at, or called in to the sales office at (914) 773-7777.   Tattersalls Sales Co.

The 2019 Redcliffe Yearling Sale, to be conducted by Darren Ebert & Company, will be held at the Redcliffe Paceway on Sunday, March 31, starting at noon. The sale comprises 76 lots by 31 different stallions including champion stallions Bettor’s Delight, Somebeachsomewhere, Rock N Roll Heaven, Sweet Lou, Roll With Joe, Grinfromeartoear and Sportswriter. Other well-known stallions include Well Said, Mr Feelgood, Cammibest, A Rocknroll Dance, Sunshine Beach, Pet Rock, Hurrikane Kingcole, Heston Blue Chip, Auckland Reactor, Changeover, Betterthancheddar, For A Reason, Lanercost and the exciting first-crop sire Warrawee Needy. There’s close relatives to a string of top performers winners such as the Inter Dominion heat winner Im Pats Delight,  Constantlysideways 1:49.2 (USA), Heavens Trend, Pub Blitz, Broadways Best (Vic. Oaks), Major Kiss (Bathurst Gold Tiara), Garnet River (Tas. Derby), Little Peanut (Vic. Sapling Stakes), Bangkok Dancer (Paleface Adios Classic), the QBred Triad winners Smart As Camm Be, Viking Reign, Maximillion, Making Magic, Jack Malone, Misscilla, Catwalk Beauty, Wicked Style, Bronski On Fire and Bonnie Jujon, the Redcliffe Sales Classic victors Cha Ching Chaching, Mathilda Diventa, Couldntresist, Celtic Cruza, Dapper Bessie and Designer Style, and many more. Yearlings are eligible for the Garrard’s Redcliffe Yearling Sale Series carrying minimum prizemoney of $100,000 for two-year-olds in 2020 and the rich Redcliffe 3YO Sales Classic in 2021. They are also eligible for the Breeders Crown, the QBred Bonus Scheme, Bathurst Gold Crown, Vicbred and the NSW Breeders Challenge. Catalogues are available from the auctioneer Darren Ebert on phone 0410 688 176 or email, Garrard’s Horse & Hound stores in every State and the Redcliffe and Albion Park tracks. The electronic catalogue can be found here:    Peter Wharton

THE 2019 Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling Sale, to be conducted by Graeme Board & Company, will be held at the Gold Crown Paceway on Sunday, March 24, starting at 11am. The sale comprises 120 lots by 43 different stallions including champion stallions Bettor’s Delight, Art Major, Somebeachsomewhere, Captaintreacherous, Mach Three, Rock N Roll Heaven and American Ideal. Other well-known stallions include Roll With Joe, Sportswriter, Courage Under Fire, Four Starzzz Shark, A Rocknroll Dance, Warrawee Needy, Artspeak, Heston Blue Chip, Sunshine Beach, Mr Feelgood, Western Terror, Auckland Reactor, Betterthancheddar, Pet Rock, Shoobee’s Place, For A Reason and Changeover. There’s close relatives to a string of top performers such as Jilliby Kung Fu, Vincent, Dont Hold Back, Elect To Live, For A Reason, Chariot King, Makes Every Scents, Rosa Mach, Vertigal, Sir Galvinator, All Eyes On Me, Shoobee Doo and many more. The sale includes entries from leading breeders in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. Yearlings are eligible for the NSW Breeders Challenge, Breeders Crown, Bathurst Gold Crown, NSW Breeders Blue, Vicbred and Vicbred Platinum. Catalogues are available from the Bathurst Harness Racing Club. The online catalogue can be viewed at Click on 2019 Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling Sale   PETER WHARTON

Tattersalls has finalized dates for its next two harness racing auctions at the Meadowlands.   The Spring Mixed Sale is first up, with a date of Sunday, April 28, followed by the Summer Mixed on July 14--the Sunday after Meadowlands Pace night.   Entries are now being accepted for the spring sale.   Those planning to consign horses may enter on the Tattersalls website,, or by calling sale headquarters at (914) 773-7777.   Entries will close Monday, April 8.   "I'm expecting a good turnout of sellers for the Spring Mixed," said sale manager David Reid. "This sale gives horsemen a chance to control their inventory, as their 2-year-olds will soon be moving north."   With all the major tracks open by sale time, and two recent purse increases at the Meadowlands, Reid said the current shortage of racehorses would no doubt put them at a premium.   "This sale creates a market for both buyers and sellers, and I think it's fair trade for both," he added.   Tattersalls Sales Co.

THE 2018/19 racing season is now in full swing and yearlings catalogued for the upcoming Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling Sale were huge beneficiaries through the deeds of their winning siblings and exceptional sires. Siblings to several recent winners are set to be offered at Bathurst, including a half-sister to the 1:59.5 Newcastle three-year-old winner and Group placegetter Brooklyns Best. Other recent winners with half-brothers or sisters in the sale include Futurist, Beach Boy Adios, La Player (1:57.9), the three-year-old Lord Denzel (1:56.7) and Milliondollardream. Yearlings to be auctioned at Bathurst are by sires that have produced Group winning two-year-old progeny in Australia and New Zealand this year. Art Major, who has three lots in the sale, ranks as the sire of the WA Sales Classic winner Major Martini and the Allied Express 2YO Classic victor Summertime, Bettor’s Delight (2 lots) figures as the sire of the NZ Young Guns winner Smooth Deal, Sportswriter (3 lots) is the sire of the MIA Breeders Plate winner The Tiger Army, Mach Three (1 lot) has left the NSW Sapling Stakes winner Mach Dan, Heston Blue Chip (5 lots) is represented by the NSW Pink Bonnet victor Eye Can Run and Sunshine Beach (3 lots) has sired Ozzie Battler, winner of the Victoria Sapling Stakes and Premiere Stakes. The sale has been further boosted by three entries from Doug and Janet Moore’s Brooklyn Lodge, Aberdeen. They include a He’s Watching colt out of a 1:53 half-sister to the outstanding WA juvenile Jack Mac, a Mach Three filly from the Bathurst Sales Graduate winner Allnight Kiss (1:56.4) and an Art Major filly from Toolijooa Dawn (1:55.1). The Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling Sale will be held at the Gold Crown Paceway on Sunday, March 24, starting at 11am. Pedigrees can be viewed online at Click on 2019 Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling Sale Catalogues can be requested from auctioneers Graeme Board & Company on phone 0408 636 273 or email or the Bathurst Harness Racing Club   Peter Wharton

More than 70 percent of the dams represented in this year’s Redcliffe Yearling Sale, to be conducted by Darren Ebert & Co on Sunday, March 31, are race winners. Of the 76 lots catalogues, 54 are out of race-winning dams with 41 taking a record of 2:00 or better. Yearlings are out of the Group/Listed winning racemares such as the Seymour Nursery and QBred 2YO Triad winner Catwalk Beauty ($156,566), Too Smart For You ($149,684, QLD 4YO Breeders Classic), the Paleface Adios Classic winner Bangkok Dancer, Cullen’s Jewel (QLD 3YO Breeders Classic and Redcliffe 3YO Sales Classic), Designer Style (Redcliffe 2YO Sales Classic) and the Redcliffe Oaks winner Montana Tess. Other well performed mares include the dual Queensland Rising Stars Championship winner Ideal Tact ($98,454), Young Desiree ($89,451), Blissfull Kisses ($72,358), Perfection On Ice (1:55.9), Dance Like A Dream (1:55.9), Suki Suki (1:55.3), Riverboat Royce, the Seymour Nursery heat winners Emma Montana and Three Jewels and the Queensland Oaks placegetter Kiana Frances. Almost 50 percent of the dams represented in the catalogue are winner-producing mares. They have left siblings to the QBred 2YO Triad and Queensland 2YO Breeders Classic winner Smart As Camm Be, Pub Blitz (winner of $362,963), Cha Ching Chaching, winner of the Queensland 2YO Breeders Classic and Redcliffe Yearling Sale Classic, the QBred 2YO Triad victor Jack Malone, Wicked Style (QBred 3YO Triad), Bonnie Jujon (QLD 2YO Breeders Classic and QBred 3YO Triad), Capitalize (QLD 2YO Breeders Classic) and the Redcliffe Sales Classic winners Celtic Cruza, Mathilda Diventa, Designer Style, Couldntresist and Dapper Bessie. Yearlings are eligible for the Garrard’s Redcliffe Yearling Sale Series with a minimum stake of $100,000 for two-year-olds in 2020 and the rich 3YO Sale Classic in 2021. They are also eligible for the Breeders Crown, the QBred Bonus Scheme, Bathurst Gold Crown, Vicbred and the NSW Breeders Challenge. Catalogues are available from the auctioneer Darren Ebert on phone 0410 688 176 or email, Garrard’s Horse & Hound stores in every State and the Redcliffe and Albion Park tracks. The electronic catalogue can be found here:    Peter Wharton

MORE than 75 percent of the dams represented in this year’s Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling Sale on Sunday, March 24 are race-winning mares or winner-producing mares.  Of the 117 lots catalogued, 64 are out of race winners – including 36 sub 2:00 winners - while 61 of the dams are winner-producers and they have left 153 individual winners between them.             Among the race-winning dams are the Group and Listed winners Scent (NSW Oaks), Lourdes (Tas. Bandbox and George Johnson) and Modern Day (QSBA 2YO Breeders Classic), the feature race winners Hidden Gem (Qld Racing Minister’s Cup), Tanamay (Tas. Blue Bonnet), Light In Every Day (SA Ladyship) and the $100,000 winners Listen To The Rhythm, Rosalind, Motu Miss Lilli and Benazir Bhutto. The dams listed in the catalogue have left Group winners such as Dont Hold Back (Vicbred 3YO and Breeders Crown 4YO), Makes Every Scents (Bathurst Gold Tiara), Vertigal (NSW Breeders Challenge 2YO and 3YO), Rosa Mach (APG 2YO), My Willow (NZ Sires Stakes 3YO), Courageousnquick (NSW Pink Bonnet and Vic. Sapling), Get In The Groove (QBred 2YO Breeders Classic and QBred Triad 3YO) and Shoobee Doo (NSW Rod Fitzpatrick Memorial and Bathurst Sales Classic). Other ‘black type’ performers include Governor Art (NSW Edgar Tatlow), Nola Mayhem (Tas. Bandbox and Granny Smith), Nickle Miss (Tas. Oaks), Taylors Mill (NSW Breeders Challenge Regional 2YO), Meg’s Ferrari (NSW Inter City Pace), Run Wick (Tas. Golden Slipper), Lombo Leonardo (Tas. Youthful), Sams Express (Bathurst Sales Classic) and the $100,000 earners Sally Fletcher, Imthevillagestar (1:51.9), Lord Lombo, Padabing Stride, Beach Boy Adios and Must Be Nice. Yearlings are eligible for the NSW Breeders Challenge, Breeders Crown, Bathurst Gold Crown, NSW Breeders Blue, Vicbred and Vicbred Platinum. Pedigrees can be viewed online at Click on 2019 Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling Sale Catalogues can be requested from auctioneers Graeme Board & Company on phone 0408 636 273 or email or the Bathurst Harness Racing Club.   Peter Wharton

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