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Time for the re-stockers to make a move
A great man from North East Victoria named Norman Killeen would drill into my mind (and anyone else’s who cared to listen) that you must pick the correct time to restock and take full advantage of the seasons and the market place. Norman was a highly intelligent man that was raised in Finely NSW,...
The big three
When it comes to high service numbers in this country for the 2018/19 season its extremely hard not to acknowledge Empires “big three” with Huntsville serving 204, Betting Line 189 and Captaintreacherous 179. These same three sires have good representation of mares in foal in the up and coming...
Uniting the harness racing community
The current leader on the 2019 USTA 2YO sires table is American Ideal. A truly wonderful sire that has magnificent looks and a perfect nature to boot. American Ideal’s Australian progeny have won more than 11 Million Dollars so far and when this is added to his New Zealand and North American totals,...
62 reasons to get excited
Here’s 62 reasons to get excited about the up and coming APG NATIONAL MIXED SALE that’s set down for later this month. That’s the amount of broodmares in foal that have come forward to be sold. The sire power that was used with these mares in this sale is intoxicating, buyers will be...
Very achievable reserves
A great opportunity is presenting itself to professional (and rising star) consignors who are looking at bolstering their offering for the 2020 APG yearling sales by purchasing one of the 21 weanlings at the upcoming APG NATIONAL MIXED SALE. Vendors supporting this online sale understand the best way...
Australian Pacing Gold would like to thank all the wonderful breeders, owners and consignors that have come forward to support the APG NATIONAL MIXED SALE set down for late July. Many APG clients/partners are of the view a successful NATIONAL MIXED SALE to support consignors and investors/breeders looking...


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  • Paul Weidenbach explains the breaking in process