Woodlands Stud resident stallion, Highview Tommy registered his first win as a sire when his daughter Tombelina recorded victory at Banks Peninsula. In a text book drive from John Dunne, the filly powered along the sprint lane to record a classy victory. Bred by Highview Tommy’s part owner Hazel van Opeezland, the victory will certainly be the first of many for Highview Tommy as a sire. Congratulations to all involved with this memorable victory!

Bettor’s Delight’s progeny found the winners circle this week past. Among his siring credits were Jack’s Legend who won the Group 2, 4&5yo Futurity at Cambridge, he now has over $400,000 in earnings, Ashley Locaz and The Black Prince were impressive winners at Menangle and Manifestly Excesiv scored on debut as a 2yo at Pinjarra.

American Ideal’s son Isaac won the Devonport Cup over the staying trip of 3000 metres, on the same card Striet Kid was a winner, at Goulburn he sired a treble when Miss Halfpenny, The Ideal Dancer and Aztec Bromac all greeted the judge and top 3yo Franco Edward was a winner at Pinjarra.

Woodlands Stud has consigned 33 yearlings to sell at the New Zealand National Yearling Sale at Karaka on Monday 18th February. To view our quality draft, go to our website to view pedigrees and photos- www.woodlandsstud.co.nz