Prominent syndicator Rob Slade talked about the “old firm” being back in unison after Cool Chap posted an effortless win in the VRC St Leger at Flemington.
This is a photo taken of former French galloper Sarrasin soon after he arrived at Flemington from quarantine in February to begin a preparation towards the 2016 Emirates Melbourne Cup under the care of trainers Lee and Anthony Freedman.
Lee and Anthony Freedman believe they bought one of the bargains of the Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale, an athletic colt by Pierro.
Lee and Anthony Freedman have returned from the New Zealand Yearling Sales with a number of outstanding prospects, including the following two quality colts.
Lee and Anthony Freedman are delighted with their yearling buys on the first day of the Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sales.
If only read one heart-warming story about horse ownership this year, make it this one.
Lee and Anthony Freedman were active buying at the New Zealand Bloodstock Ready To Run Sales at Karaka near Auckland.
Lee Freedman has no concerns with barrier 22 for his Melbourne Cup contender Our Ivanhowe.
Former New Zealand three-year-old Ragnaar display his Spring Carnival credentials in an impressive Australian debut at Bendigo on Thursday.
Season In Review
(for season 2015-16, as at April 26)
Metropolitan (Vic): 21
Provincial (Vic): 25
Strike rate (national): 18.45%
Group 3: Disposition, Malaguerra, Guardini, Santa Ana Lane
Listed: Disposition, Malaguerra, Tom Melbourne, Cool Chap
First winner: Blockade, Gold Coast, May, 1983.
First Group 1 winner: Miss Clipper, Australasian Oaks, April 1986.
Lee Freedman Group 1 winners (to August 2011): 124
First winner: Boredom, Geelong, August 2011.
First Stakes winner: Specter, LR Henry Bucks Stakes, Flemington, September 2011.
First Group 1 winner: Mawingo, Doomben Cup, May 2012.
**Anthony Freedman Group 1 winners: ** 1
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