Strong win for Mystyko at Racing.com Park

Mystyko won over 1,200m at Pakenham on Friday, March 23rd. The strong win for our home-bred Plan the Peace gelding by Sakhee’s Secret comes off the back of a successful campaign at the Picnics. The strategy of taking him to the picnics might be a blessing in disguise. It gave him enormous confidence. The patience that Trevor has taken with […] Continue Reading

Plan The Peace colt Fame Shines makes it two from two at Orange

Plan the Peace‘s Perfectly Ready colt Fame Shines made it two from two at Orange on January 30th when he won over 1,280m under Christian Reith. The 3-year-old previously won his maiden over 1,000m at the same track in December. He also ran 6th in the Listed Gosford Guineas earlier this year. Hawkesbury trainer Scott Singleton of Singleton Racing said, ‘He’s […] Continue Reading

Back to back wins at Woolamai for Mystyko

Mystyko won at Woolamai on Saturday, January 20th over 1,008m under apprentice Sophie Logan. Success at Woolamai earlier this month makes it back to back wins for our home-bred Plan the Peace gelding by Sakhee’s Secret. Trainer Trevor Rogers was delighted with his performance and said, ‘So far our picnic campaign plans have been successful. ‘Mystyko has gained a lot […] Continue Reading

Mystyko starts picnic campaign with a win

Mystyko began his picnic racing campaign with a win at Woolamai on Sunday, January 7th. Quilly Park’s home-bred Sakhee’s Secret gelding returned from a recent campaign in Queensland at the end of last year. Trainer Trevor Rogers plans to use the Victorian picnic circuit to prepare the gelding for the next step of his professional career. Rogers said, ‘We’re off […] Continue Reading

A second win at Sunshine Coast for Ad Finem

Ad Finem (Fastnet Rock x Quilly Park’s Avienus) won his second race, a handicap over 1,400m on Sunday October 15th at the Sunshine Coast Turf Club. The race was unusual in that no one wanted to take the lead so the pace was incredibly slow. Playing back the video you’ll hear the commentator saying ‘They are walking in front here’ […] Continue Reading

Laughing Heir clocks up third win at Geelong

Quilly Park-bred gelding Laughing Heir clocked up a third win at Geelong on October 4th over 1540m. After Tasmania trainer Paul Maher decided to campaign him in Victoria, the Street Boss x Pedigree Pays gelding is now trained by Mornington-based Kelvin Southey. ‘He’s very promising, I think he’ll go a long way once he learns his craft a bit more.’ […] Continue Reading

Second win for QP-bred Laughing Heir

Quilly Park-bred Laughing Heir won for the second time at Benalla on September 4th over 1106m. The Street Boss x Pedigree Pays gelding is trained by Tasmania-based Paul Maher. Laughing Heir has now had 3 starts for 2 wins and will only improve with more racing. After being slow away and getting back to last with the big weight of […] Continue Reading

QP bred Laughing Heir wins at Launceston first time out

Laughing Heir won first time out over 1200m at Launceston yesterday from a 14-strong field. The Street Boss x Pedigree Pays gelding was bred at Quilly Park. ‘When we bought Laughing Heir 12 months ago, our client took him on knowing that he’d take a bit of time. He was difficult to start with but once he started to understand what was […] Continue Reading

Avienus’ colt Ad Finem wins first time out

Ad Finem won his first race, a three-year-old maiden over 1,000m first time out on Sunday November 6th at the Sunshine Coast Turf Club. His time of 57.9 was just shy of the class record of 57.77 held by Bearskin who has chalked up two further wins since then. Ad Finem is by Fastnet Rock out of Quilly Park’s Group winning […] Continue Reading

A strong win for Mystyko at the Sunshine Coast

Mystyko won at the Sunshine Coast over 1,200m yesterday by a length and three quarters from a field of 12. It was his first race since arriving in Queensland just a few weeks ago. Trainer, Trevor Rogers said, ‘Mystyko raced well, his sectionals in the last 400 and 200 were the best of the day for the same type of horse which looks great […] Continue Reading