Girl Power was on display from our stallion roster in Australia, this week past where both Sweet Lou and American Ideal’s 2yo progeny took centre stage. At Gloucester Park, Western Australia’s best juvenile filly Double Expresso was an all the way winner in the $100,000Group 1 Westbred fillies final. A debutante from Sweet Lou’s first ‘down under’ crop Double Expresso recorded career win number seven and has $160,000 in stake earnings.

American Ideal’s star daughter Pelosi added to her stellar juvenile season with victory in the NSW Breeders Challenge for 2yo fillies at Menangle. Returning a 1.52.6-mile rate, she was to classy for her rivals. This was Pelosi’s second Group 1 victory this season and she has banked $255,000 in career earnings. Congratulations to all involved in these winners!

American Ideal has unearthed another star in the United States, his son Shake The House was a dominant winner of the $500,000 Max C Hempt Memorial for 3yo male pacers at The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono. He paced a 1.49.2 mile and was an easy 2 length winner, he pushed his career earnings to over $410,000!

No shortage of winners for Bettor’s Delight with both Jemstone and Hurricane Harley securing wins in their Vicbred semi- finals at Melton, Ana Malak was an impressive Kilmore winner, Pass The Speights and Jiggle And Jive got the chocolates at Redcliffe and Bettor Be Tricky won at Penrith.

Pegasus Spur’s top flight daughter I Am Pegasus won her 3yo fillies Vicbred heat and will be very hard to beat in this weeks final at Melton and Amanda’s Spur won at Menangle for our resident trotting stallion