Sweet Lou’s star 2yo daughter Warrawee Ubeaut etched her name into harness racing folklore when she became the sports fastest 2yo in history. She posted a staggering 1.48.6 mile rate when she won a division of the International Stallion Stakes at The Red Mile in Kentucky. Warrawee Ubeaut bested the previous quickest mile rate held by among others her father Sweet Lou!

The Sweet Lou speed fest continued twenty-four hours later when his son No Mas Amor posted a 1.49.2 divisional win in The International Stallion Series for the boys at The Red Mile. Just a reminder Sweet Lou’s ‘down under’ book is now closed!

Bettor’s Delights millionaire progeny where on display on both sides of the ditch this week past. Dream About Me continued her preparation for the New Zealand Cup with victory in the $50,000 Canterbury Classic at Addington and out west the $1.65 million-dollar earner Chicago Bull was an effortless Gloucester Park winner on his way to the Victoria Cup to be held this weekend. Wrapper’s Delight was an impressive all the way winner in 1.52.5 in the in the $50,000 Group 2 ‘Smoken Up’ at Melton. With close to $300,000 on his card he heads into the Victoria Cup also with a head full of steam.

No shortage of winners for ‘gun sire’ American Ideal. In the ‘Shaky Isles’ he sired good winners in Ryan’s Gal at Cambridge, Flying Mister Ideal dealt to his rivals at Addington, Eastwood Isabella scored at Timaru and Ivana Legacy won at Invercargill.

Resident trotting stallion Pegasus Spur sired good winners in Amabede at Invercargill and Amanda’s Spur won at Menangle.