Three generations of Jollys create history

The Jolly family is synonymous with South Australian racing and Saturday was a landmark occasion for the clan as three generations of trainers tasted success at the same meeting for the first time. David kicked it off with an early double at Morphettville as Miss...
Enthaar fails as Streetcar motors

Enthaar fails as Streetcar motors

Enthaar furthered her reputation as being a filly of extremes after tailing off as a hot odds-on favourite in the $160,000 Listed W.J. Adams Stakes (1000m) at Caulfield on Wednesday. The speedster, who was sent out the $1.45 favourite on the back of some late spring...
Calypso Reigns Supreme in Grand Syndicates Sprint Series Final

Calypso Reigns Supreme in Grand Syndicates Sprint Series Final

Calypso Reign put the writing on the wall this campaign with a superb first-up run from the tail of the field and improved on the back of that second-up, going on to win in arrogant fashion at Morphettville on Saturday October 30. What made the win even more special...
Happy as Barry!

Happy as Barry!

Bajan was a star for Grand Syndicates on the racetrack, and it’s great to see him thriving off it, enjoying his retirement from racing. The son of Barbados, affectionately known as ‘Barry’, competed 54 times on the track and earned just under $250,000 in prizemoney,...
Behemoth wins second Memsie

Behemoth wins second Memsie

Behemoth became the first multiple winner of the Memsie Stakes under Group 1 status when denying fellow South Australian gelding Beau Rossa for the second consecutive start at Caulfield on Saturday. The David Jolly-trained Behemoth defeated Beau Rossa in the...
Behemoth wins dramatic Spring Stakes

Behemoth wins dramatic Spring Stakes

There was no shortage of drama surrounding the $127,250 Group 3 Spring Stakes (1200m) as Behemoth overturned racetrack defeat from Beau Rossa in the stewards’ room while Dalasan didn’t make it to the barriers on Saturday. Beau Rossa led throughout in the...

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