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IN THE CASE OF BRUCE McHUGH v AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB LTD - NOW AUSTRALIAN TURF CLUB (first and sixth respondents), VICTORIA RACING CLUB LTD (second respondent) & others
Following is a statement from Australian Racing Board in relation to today's Federal Court judgment:-
"The Australian Racing Board [ARB] welcomes the decision today of Justice Robertson in the Federal Court upholding the validity of the Australian Rules of Racing in respect of the definition of a Thoroughbred," said ARB Chairman, The Hon. Michael Duffy.
"The ARB has maintained throughout that naturally-bred Thoroughbreds were the basis of the domestic and international sport of racing and AI proponents were free to establish their own industry as they wished.
"The long running case has created an element of uncertainty in the industry which will lift following this decision.?
Following is a statement from the Australian Stud Book Keeper and Spokesperson for ATC:-
" This is the right decision and we are pleased that the effect of the court's decision is to protect the integrity of the Stud Book and Thoroughbred breeding in Australia," said Australian Stud Book Keeper and Spokesperson, Mr Michael Ford.
" Because of the global market for breeding and racing of Thoroughbreds, and the rules on artificial breeding in other jurisdictions, the introduction of artificial insemination into Australian Thoroughbred breeding would have had serious consequences for our industry.
" This is a comprehensive victory for the hundreds of thousands of Australians who derive a livelihood from the Thoroughbred racing industry, which will now remain a significant driver of the Australian economy. "
Following is a statement from Thoroughbred Breeders Australia:-
TBA President Trevor Lobb, speaking on behalf of Australia's 9,000 Thoroughbred breeders, said: "We are very grateful for today's decision. Australia will continue to be able to send its best horses around the world and investors can buy yearlings with confidence in 2013."
Mr Lobb added that he wished to thank all those who contributed to the case.
reproduced via http://www.racingnsw.com.au/default.aspx?s=article-display&id=13296
Friday 25th, January 2013
Eliza Park have announced that first-season sire Pressday has been euthanized after succumbing to a tumour on his spleen .
Pressday was retired to Eliza Park's Queensland operation as a foundation sire in 2012 after a career highlighted by winning Brisbane's two-year-old triple crown in 2010.
A $38,000 yearling purchase by Chris Waller at the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale, Pressday created a good impression when winning on debut, but after being beaten in two lead up runs aimed at the Golden Slipper was eased and aimed at the late season Brisbane winter carnival.
The moved proved the right one where he won the Gr2 BRC Champagne Classic followed by the Gr2 BRC Sires' Produce Stakes before claiming the Brisbane triple crown with a career highlight in winning the Gr1 The TJ Smith Classic.
He subsequently won the Gr2 Sandown Guineas before being sent to the USA which resulted in a placing at Listed level at Santa Anita before retiring to Eliza Park's Queensland operation.
Pressday served 52 mares in his first and only season*.
*Australian Studbook figures. SOURCE: breednet.com.au
Arrowfield Stallion Beneteau Euthanized
Thursday, 10th January 2013
Young Arrowfield stallion Beneteau (Redoute's Choice-Slice Of Paradise, by Encosta de Lago) has been euthanased. "After being found in an ataxic state following the acute onset of a severe neurological condition as a result of trauma," and following an emergency dash to Randwick Equine Centre on Tuesday evening, the decision to euthanase him was made yesterday when further deterioration in his condition occurred. Bred by Arrowfield in partnership with International Equities Holding and sold for $1 million to Blue Sky Thoroughbreds at the 2009 Inglis Easter Yearling Sale, Beneteau was out of a half-sister to champion filly Alinghi and was trained by Paul Messara. A close 5th in the Gr1 Golden Slipper after overcoming early buffeting, Beneteau's lead-up form to the Slipper included a 3-lengths debut win, victory in the Gr3 Blue Diamond Prelude was followed by a half-length placing behind Star Witness in the Gr1 Blue Diamond Stakes. His Timeform rating of 121 was shared with Star Witness, Decision Time and Skilled, and second only to Slipper heroine Crystal Lily (122). Serving almost 180 mares in his 2 years at stud, the 5YO stallion's first foal crop (2012) has been roundly praised.
BEL DANORO HUMANELY EUTHANIZED
Tuesday, 2nd October, 2012
After contracting a severe bout of colic at his home at Baramul recently, Bel Danoro was humanely euthanised.
He leaves behind todate, 66 progeny to race, 27 winners (40%), earnings of over $690,000.
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