April Winners

April saw another busy month for Torryburn Stud graduates with the highlight being the stakes wins at Randwick for Diddums (Snitzel x Raheights) in the G3 PJ Bell, Dixie Blossoms (Street Sense (USA) x Whistle Dixie (NZ)) in the G2 Guy Walter and runner up Harper's Choice (Street Cry x Oxigenada) in the G1 Australian Derby.

The Jason Coyle trained Siren's Fury (Myboycharlie x De Chorus) followed up on her Albury Guineas win to claim black type twice in April with a third in the Listed South Pacific Stakes over 1400m and then take a quick trip to Brisbane and up in distance to 1600m for another third in the Listed Mandate Princess Stakes. She has now earnt over $156K from just 7 starts.

Other April success stories include:

Star Bright (Sebring x Miss Brightman) broke her maiden at Goulburn and followed up for a second at Newcastle for trainer Craig Carmody.

My Maggie (I Am Invincible x Sweet Maggie) - two in a row for trainer Pat Farrell at Scone.

All Carisma (More Than Ready x Miss Gai Flyer) - A second placing at Hawkesbury on 13 April was backed up for a win to break his maiden status at Gosford on 25 April for trainer Gerald Ryan.

We were extremely excited to have Memento in the G1 Champagne Stakes on 15 April. No placings but it's always a thrill to have a 2yo in a Group 1 and it was a great effort for the filly (Anthony & Ed Cummings) in her first prep. She is now having a well deserved holiday here at the farm. Joining her is Diddums who followed up on her G3 win with a 5th placing in the G3 James Carr Stakes.

The latter half of the month saw wins for Spiro (Lonhro x Spire) and trainer Michael Trinder and Conca del Sogho (Magic Albert x Informant) for trainer Tim Cook.

Snowden Racing's The Pinnacle placed 3rd over 1600m at Randwick on 22nd April and moved up in distance and finally hit a good track at the Gold Coast on the weekend too add black type to her page with a 2nd in the Gold Coast Bracelet (L). She is on track for a run in the Queensland Oaks.

Siren's Fury's half brother by Denman easily won a trial in Hong Kong for world number one jockey Joao Moeira so we will be following his progess keenly.

Congratulations also to the owners of Life of Waldo (Snitzel x Ready To Live) which won at Pakenham for trainer Glenn Thornton and was ridden by Glenn's daughter Stephanie.


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