Former New Zealand three-year-old Ragnaar display his Spring Carnival credentials in an impressive Australian debut at Bendigo on Thursday.
Disposition always looked like justifying trainer Lee Freedman's confidence in The Sofitel (1400m) at Flemington on Saturday.
Hall of Fame trainer Lee Freedman is considering a change of plans with star import Our Ivanhowe.
Stakes-winning filly Strykum showed she's set to make an impact during the spring with a smart first-up victory at Moonee Valley.
Lee Freedman believes his former Kiwi 3YO Ragnaar fits his formula for a Derby winner.
Unbeaten Singapore sprinter Super One is set to join the Lee and Anthony Freedman stable.
Lee and Anthony Freedman could target the BMW Caulfield Cup second-up with talented German import Our Ivanhowe.
The partnership of Lee and Anthony Freedman might be relatively new, but the stable's philosophy is based on a return to the old, successful philosophies.
Godolphin now has one of the leading contenders for the final Group 1 win of the Australian racing season and it has champion trainer Lee Freedman to thank for it.
Season In Review
(for season 2015-16, as at October 3)
Metropolitan (Vic): 4
Provincial (Vic): 12
Strike rate (national): 28.57%
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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