The stable’s late season surge continued this week with STRATEGIC SPIN running them ragged at Pakenham in a great display of speed whilst Savabeel youngster ATLANTIC FOX showed that he was a horse on the up with a strong win at Echuca.

The focus turns to Caulfield tomorrow with tough mare VIOLENT SNOW lining up in Race 7 and ATLANTIC FOX on the quick back-up in Race 2.


Violent Snow is the iron mare of the stable and is ready for another big challenge tomorrow. The stable was really happy with her last run at the Valley when she finished 5th. She was only beaten 1.8L and just got weighed down by the big weight and covering ground on the corner.

She takes on the boys tomorrow but gets some nice weight relief and has the services of champion jockey Damian Oliver. We don’t use Ollie much so its great to have him on board.

This mare is in the zone and I am sure she’ll run another big race tomorrow at a track which she really loves” said Warren.


Fresh of a confidence boosting win at Echuca (click here for the full story), Atlantic Fox is looking for two wins in 5 days.

I wouldn’t normally back-up a lightly lightly raced horse like him but he is a tough bugger who is thriving on racing. He has done well since his win, his bloods were excellent so we are upbeat“.

The Fox will be ridden by Craig Williams who is currently locked in a ding dong battle with Beau Mertens for the jockeys premiership.

Craig was straight on the phone saying he wanted the ride, which is a positive sign. He is obviously very hungry given his position in the premiership race and I’m more than pleased to have him on“.

Above: Atlantic Fox winning on Monday


Three year old Strategic Manuever gelding Strategic Spin is fast becoming the Vo Rogue of Pakenham! His two wins at Pakenham this season have been thrilling to watch opening up big leads and fighting on strongly. For a the full story, click here.

Above: Strategic Spin’s owners celebrating after Sunday’s win


There is nothing better than buying into a yearling and getting a big pedigree update a week later!

Thats exactly what happened when the 1/2 brother to our RELIABLE MAN x BACIO DEL VINTO yearling stepped out and won impressively on debut last week in Sydney.

The name of the winning sibling is HOSTWIN MERAKI and he looks to have a very bright future going on his debut performance.

To watch Hostwin Meraki win, click here

We still have some shares left in the Reliable Man colt who is currently enjoying a spell at Denistoun Park. He is one of the most impressive yearlings to walk through the gates in recent times and is well worth a look! The share price remains the same despite the pedigree upgrade!