This weekend marks the biggest weekend of TBB to date with relations to two of the young bloodstock agent's purchases racing in important races across the weekend. Angelic Light (Holy Roman Emperor), a half sister to See Me Flash (Sebring), will run in the Group 1 Moir Stakes over 1000m at Moonee Valley on Friday night. See Me Flash was purchased by TBB for Oxley Island Thoroughbreds out of the Inglis August Thoroughbred Sale. Angelic Light is already a Group 2 winner but a w
TBB are pleased to announce they have teamed up with Frankie Stockdale Racing in another step forward for the emerging agency. TBB will be heavily involved in the Frankie Stockdale website and the promotion and purchasing of bloodstock. "Frankie has a wealth of knowledge in the industry and I am looking forward to working with him and learning from him." Said Todd Blum. TBB is continuing to build momentum and there are exciting times ahead, espicially in the Spring. The pair
Salamaat looked very impressive breaking his maiden on Wednesday at Seymour in the 1400m, Rytec Lighting PTY LTD Maiden Plate. At his third start the gelded son of Reaan, travelled well throughout under Michael Walker and looked to get caught behind horses on the turn. Walker then steered him out of trouble across heels and he streamed past them to win by a length. Bred and retained to race by Shadwell, Salamaat, is out of the Elusive Quality mare, Jalsah. who is out of anoth
The Mayford Park bred, Luna Lang, won again since being transferred to New South Wales trainer, Paul Grylls. Luna Lang won the NBN Television Benchmark 60 Handicap over 1615m by a length defeating Knightoftherealm. Apprentice Ms Jodi Worley was on board for the win. The Clangalang gelding is out of the West Point mare, Alunasu. Bruce Maya's, Mayford Park, bred and raced Alunasu, who was a four time winner in her own right.
Faatinah was a very impressive winner on the Geelong Synthetic on Tuesday, breaking his maiden at his first start. The recently gelded son of Nicconi was riden beautifully by the in-form Michael Walker to stalk them to the turn and then display an impressive turn of foot to run away from the field. Faatinah is out of the Danehill mare Alqwah, which makes him a half brother to the now Adam O'Neill trained filly, Rawoof. Rawoof was purchased privately, in a deal brokered by Tod