First Metro Winner For TBB

Eminent Son (inside) was a strong winner today at Sandown, surviving a protest, to win the Chandler Macleod Handicap over 1000m giving Todd Blum Bloodstock their first city win. The Frankie Stockdale trained three-year-old was ridden by Frankie's son, Brandon, who handled the wayward Eminent Son really well. "He was hanging that hard he should have won by lengths the horse if he went straight," Stockdale junior said after the race. "As soon as he bounced out he started hanging and I was struggling to keep him on the inside and then ended up working his way to the outside and he was nearly coming into contact with other runner's but I was just doing my best to try and keep him straight but he

Stockdale's Son Eminent At Sandown

The Frankie Stockdale trained Eminent Son heads to Sandown Hillside in the Chandler Macleod Handicap over 1000m on Wednesday with Brandon Stockdale to ride. Eminent Son was purchased by Frankie Stockdale and Todd Blum Bloodstock for $100,000 at the 2015 Magic Millions Gold Coast 2yo's In Training Sale. The last start winner was impressive at Park when running away with the win over the same distance on the Polytrack. Brandon Stockdale will again ride and has been in excellent form with a recent city double, one of which was trained by his father Frankie, after returning from an injury forced break. "Frankie has always had a high opinion of this horse and the way he won last start

Eminent Son Impressive At Pakenham

Eminent Son was very impressive in his breakthrough win at Park on Tuesday in the Polytrack Maiden Plate over 1000m. The Frankie Stockdale trained gelding was ridden by Brandon Stockdale with the successful father-son combo winning their third race in a row together. Stockdale junior was able to get Eminent Son away from the gates cleanly and get him to the lead where he had an easy time. Eminent Son has shown a preference to bounce out of the gates and hit the ground running in his six starts so far and Stockdale handled him perfectly. Rounding the turn Stockdale new what horse he had left underneath him and pressed the button which led to Eminent Son running away from the field

Zoot Suit Returns A Winner

Zoot Suit Riot wasted no time getting back into the winner's circle this preperation with his first-up victory in the Elmore Events Centre 0 - 58 Handicap at Bendigo today over 1100m. The Adam O'Neill trained five-year-old showed his trademark finish to round the turn as the widest runner before using the whole of the long Bendigo straight to get his nose in front in a photo finish. Zoot Suit Riot will always be a significant horse for Todd Blum Bloodstock as the first winner for the operation but Zoot Suit Riot has been the gift that just keeps giving. "He has been an excellent horse for us so far and it certainly looks like he has a bit more to give," said Todd Blum. "Its also pleasing to

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