Laurel Oak makes it as easy as possible for you to become a racehorse owner because we provide you with tremendous flexibility in the size and style of ownership that you can choose.
You decide the size of ownership that best suits you!
You decide on the style of ownership that best suits you! More
We believe that there are four key areas that help make your ownership experience enjoyable.
1. Successful racehorses that get to the races and do win!
2. Communication – it is imperative that you are kept informed about your horse’s plans and progress.
3. Hassle-free ongoing administration.
4. A range of social functions that you have the option of participating in. More
Brain Pedigree Analysis
Brain Pedigrees will help you have a greater chance of success by giving you the best information to make an informed decision. More
Those that study sectional times will have noticed a few impressive performances on the weekend, but none more so than Waller’s grey swooper. The son of Sebring was stuck in traffic near the back one second and screaming home for a dominant win the next. His relentless surge to the line gets him the prize
Waller and Hutchings then combined in the following race, the McGrath Estate Agents Bm77 Handicap (1200m), with Sir Bacchus. The Sebring three-year-old gelding stormed down the outside with 59kg to win his second race in succession. The win looked unlikely at the 300m with Lucky Fish (carried 52.5kg) and apprentice James Innes out to a
He’s the younger brother of a Group 1 winner who speaks the same language, albeit with a southern accent. Texas Rebel, a half-brother to Rebel Dane, broke through for his first career win with victory in race three (1400m) at Randwick on Anzac day. “He’s always shown he’s going to get there eventually,” trainer Gary
Underrated three-year-old Sir Bacchus may get the opportunity of a Brisbane winter carnival campaign after thrashing his rivals first-up at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday. The Chris Waller-trained grey won back-to-back races at Canterbury and Randwick in December, prompting a belated bid for the $1m Magic Millions Guineas at the Gold Coast on January 10. Sadly
In the small seven horse field, the John O’Shea-trained Medaglia d’Oro gelding Reincarnate, a winner of his last three starts started the clear $2.00 favourite in the $85,000 Hyland Race Colours Handicap over 1200m. As misty rain fell on the good 4 track, In Her Time (Time Thief), the lone filly in the field flew