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Turangga Farm homebred Newburgh added to the run of success being enjoyed by Vinery Stud’s All Too Hard when making it back to back wins after scoring at Gosford on Thursday.

The Team Hawkes trained colt broke his maiden last start at Newcastle and went straight on with the job at Gosford, powering home to win over 1100 metres by half a length.

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Turangga Farm bred Not a Single Doubt filly Champagne Cuddles  ran the race of her life at Rosehill on Saturday when beating all but Trapeze Artist to finish a game second in the $1million Group I ATC Golden Rose.

The Bjorn Baker trained filly had been placed in all three of her previous runs this spring in Group fillies races as part of the Princess Series and proved just as effective when pitched against the colts.

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Talented Turangga Farm breds Champagne Cuddles and The Virginian showed their class at Randwick on Saturday when placing in Group events and giving promise of better things to come.

Three year-old Not a Single Doubt filly Champagne Cuddles was an easy winner at her first two starts and was tackling stakes class for the first time in the Group II ATC Silver Shadow Stakes.

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Turangga Farm bred Miss Arabella has given Tony Gollan his 100th Queensland winner and a chance to snatch the state trainers' premiership.

Gollan has a high opinion of the three year-old daughter of High Chaparral (IRE), who stormed home to win a maiden (1350m) at Ipswich on Wednesday.

He trails Toowoomba-based Ben Currie who has won 102-1/2 races in Queensland this season to lead the state premiership.

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Stuart Ramsey "couldn't be happier'' with today's Turangga Farm Unreserved Dispersal of In-Foal Mares Sale at White Park.

Brilliant Bisc (Elvstroem x Stella Cadente), in foal to Exosphere, made $600,000 as the sale-topper, selling to Geoff Roan on behalf of Sir Owen Glenn.

She will be served by Newgate's Capitalist next season, which is hardly surprising given her yearling colt by his sire Written Tycoon sold for $1million at Inglis Easter earlier this year.

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