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Geisel Park sires strike in Victoria

Wednesday, 20 July 2016 - All American and Foreplay have kept their Victorian strike-rates ticking over with more progressive maiden winners leading up to the Geisel Park parade this Sunday. The former Hunter Valley stallions are shaping up for their first Sunspeed books and both have been in career-best form since arriving at Myalup earlier this year.

Sweet win for Wheatbelt

Thursday, 14 July 2016 - Rod and Tania Cosgrove picked up a bargain when they bought Sweet Ora at the 2015 Perth Magic Millions. The Oratorio filly won first-up at Belmont last month and backed it up with a brilliant 4 length victory in the Carbine Club of WA Stakes (1000m) on Wednesday. Starting an odds-on favourite, she followed the front-runners on the fence and then took advantage of the cut-away to drop her rivals in the straight.

Geisel Park double at Grafton

Friday, 8 July 2016 - A running double by Foreplay and All American gave the start of the Grafton Cup carnival a distinct Sunspeed flavour on Thursday. The Geisel Park stallions struck early with Foreplay filly Accede breaking through in the Grafton Hotel 2yo Maiden Plate (1006m). “We’ve been waiting for her to get across the line,” trainer Jim Jarvis said. “She’s got tremendous ability but you wouldn’t believe the bad luck.

Pride proud of Wine ‘N’ Dine

Sunday, 3 July 2016 - Trainer Joe Pride labelled Wine ‘N’ Dine as a good advertisement for horse ownership after the tough gelding charged home in the TAB More Than Winning Hcp (1500m) at Rosehill. The son of Geisel Park sire Foreplay has a well-earned reputation as an iron-horse – Saturday’s win was his fourth start in 18 days! “I’m very proud of him,” Pride said. “He’s been so consistent and dropping back in grade helped today.