Sweet Lou’s ace 3yo daughter Warrawee Ubeaut became harness racing’s latest millionaire when she dealt to her peers in the Pennsylvania sires’ stake for fillies at The Meadows. In the US $253,000 final she paced 1.50 flat to score by 4 ¼ lengths. Warrawee Ubeaut, gave Sweet Lou has first millionaire as a sire and it’s hopefully the first of many!

In Kentucky, Sweet Lou’s son’s Pyro and Dancing Lou both posted wins in 1.49 to win divisions of the Kentucky Sires Stakes for 3yo’s at The Red Mile and closer to home My Sweet Deal recorded career win number three with a 15-metre victory at Bunbury.

American Ideal sired good winners in America Me at Cambridge, The Trilogy won at Gloucester Park, at Menangle, Cruz and Ideal Star gave the ‘gun sire’ a double, at Melton, Bye Bye Barbie was a winner and at Bendigo, Soho Hamilton returned as a 3yo in impressive fashion despatching his rivals in 1.54.6!

Bettor’s Delight’s son Our Corelli is quickly making a name for himself out west, he was a classy winner at Gloucester Park, at Addington, the champion sire had good winners in Let’s Hustle and Matt Damon, at Menangle Pitch Perfect and The Black Prince got the cash and It’s Beaujolais sat in the chair to win at Bendigo and on the same card Shoshone Brave got the cash also.

Don’t forget the breeding season is well and truly under way and Woodlands has a stallion roster to suit your broodmare!