Bright future for private purchase Anisette
The three-year-old daughter of Awtaad was purchased privately after breaking her maiden for Kevin Philippart de Foy at Wolverhampton in late December. Monday’s run was Anisette’s first for trainer Leonard Powell in California and she looks to have a very bright future judging by the manner in which she came from the back of the field under Flavien Prat to dive up the rail and win going away under hands and heels.
Anisette was bred by the Morera Partnership, in whose colours she won at Wolverhampton, and is out of Tutti Frutti, a Teofilo half-sister to the Group 1 Nassau Stakes winner Soft Centre.
Celestial Legend impressive in Group 2 win for Legend Racing
Legend Racing’s Celestial Legend served notice that he is ready for a step up to Group 1 company on Saturday with an impressive win in the Group 2 Hobartville Stakes at Rosehill Gardens. The son of Dundeel, who was a yearling purchase with owner Bon Ho, took up a midfield position under jockey Kerrin McEvoy […]
Private purchase Anisette dominates G1 American Oaks
Private purchase Anisette turned in another performance out of the top drawer on Tuesday for owner Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners when easily accounting for her rivals in the Grade 1 American Oaks at Santa Anita. It was the second Grade 1 success for Anisette following her spectacular display in the Grade 1 Del Mar Oaks in […]
G1 successes headline memorable 2023
The win of Porta Fortuna in the G1 Juddmonte Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket in September provided a real exclamation point on a memorable year for Avenue Bloodstock. The Caravaggio filly was a private purchase on behalf of a partnership comprising Barry Fowler, Medallion Racing, Steve Weston and Reeves Thoroughbred Racing following her debut victory […]