Need I Say More about this Dissident Filly?

When buying a filly at the yearling sales there is always something to keep in mind and that is pedigree updates. Not only does it ensure more confidence heading to the track but it also means what you bought yesterday is worth more tomorrow. A progressive family coupled with ability on the course and prize money isn’t the only way owner’s can make a return on their horse. Mornington-based horseman Robbie Kingston purchased a Dissident filly out of winning Fastnet Rock mare Bo Bardi for $60,000 there was already enough meat in the pedigree to suggest a career in the breeding barn would beacon later on in life. Then the two-year-old could run. Need I Say More (No Nay Never) was unbeaten as a

The Trainers Hut - Melbourne Cup Path 2 - ft Rob Hickmott

Episode 11 of The Trainers Hut is available now. We are back on the Melbourne Cup Path with the second edition featuring two-time Cup winning trainer, Rob Hickmott. Successful in 2012 with Green Moon and Almandin saluting in 2016 Rob may have a major say in the 2020 Cup with Shabau and Django Freeman both heading in that direction. Todd speaks to Rob about the use of Macedon Lodge with these two stayers in their Spring campaigns, a property Rob spent so much time working at whilst with the Lloyd Williams operation. The show is available at the following links: Website: Apple Podcasts:

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