Scoring her second win from five starts at Moonee Valley on Friday night was three year-old Swiss Ace filly Federosa, a $60,000 Inglis Classic purchase from the Turangga Farm draft.

A winner at Morphettville two starts back, the Richard Jolly trained filly was tenacious to the line in snatching a half head win in the 1600 metre benchmark 70 event.


Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott tasted success at Caulfield on Australia Day with progressive three year-old Farson, a $180,000 Magic Millions purchase from the draft of Turangga Farm.

The Snitzel gelding broke his maiden at Kilmore on January 7 with an authoritative win and upped the ante again with this bold front running win over 1600 metres.


Four year-old Encosta de Lago gelding Professor Brian scored his second win at Kenilworth in South Africa on Saturday.

Trained by Joey Ramsden, Professor Brian scored by half a length over 1200 metres.

An $80,000 Inglis Easter purchase for Joey Ramsden/ Tawny Bloodstock from the Turangga draft, Professor Brian is one of three winners from Group III placed Eskaw, who died in 2014.


Turangga Farm are celebrating 100% clearance at the 2017 Magic Millions Yearling Sale having sold all 11 yearlings offered for $1,710,000 at an average price of $155,455.

Turangga sold to a wide range of purchasers and we wish everyone the very best of luck with their new acquisitions going forward.


Ending a frustrating run of minor placings at Randwick with a well-deserved win on Monday was the Allan Kehoe five year-old Nadeem gelding Ice Bucket, a $36,000 Magic Millions Session Five purchase for Beamish Bloodstock from the Turanggga Farm draft.

Ice Bucket won the Benchmark 67 event over 1100 metres by a neck in a bold front running display and has now won six of 19 starts earning over $121,000 in prizemoney.