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Sir Owen Glenn
To enter Sir Owen’s home, you are quickly taken by the water views, it’s truly amazing. But then your eyes quickly are captured by the shelves full of Group 1 trophies. Sir Owen has won by a unique blend of wisdom, determination and his passion to breed Superior Equine Athletes. This unique blend has led to numerous Group One winners – Criterion, Monaco Consul, Comin’ Through, Pure Elation, Russian Revolution and Second Coming among them.
A native Irishman, Steve O’Connor joined Go Bloodstock in November 2018. Steve is a 2013 graduate of the Darley Flying Start course, a course sponsored by HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum of the UAE. Since its inception, the course has produced a multitude of young industry leaders. Prior to DFS, Steve had previously gained experience with leading farms and trainers in Ireland and the USA. In 2014 Steve worked with the progressive Australian stud Newgate Farm where his work varied from assistant stud manager to nomination sales and advertising. From 2015 – 2018, Steve worked for Randwick Bloodstock Agency in a sales role managing clients, bloodstock and sales on a daily basis.
Matt has had a great introduction into the racing industry with a spectacular CV to back him, he’s broken in 3 Golden Slipper Winners and has the experience and dedication to achieve and produce the best allowing each individual horse to bring out it’s full athletic potential. When it comes to Matt, ‘actions speak louder than words’ and the results speak for themselves.
I Am Invincible’s Dame Giselle Wins the $1 million Golden Gift
Peter and Paul Snowden sent out four runners in Saturday’s $1 million Golden Gift at Rosehill and Peter Snowden’s pre-race confidence in the I Am Invincible filly Dame Giselle proved spot on when she came with a barnstorming finished to claim the $580,000 winner’s cheque. Ridden by Andrew Adkins, Dame Giselle turned the stables on…
Dame Giselle claims the first running of the Golden Gift
The familiar colours of Sir Owen Glenn earned a major chunk of the $1,000,000 prizemoney associated with the initial running of the Golden Gift (1100m) at Rosehill Gardens in Sydney, when seen sported by the first and third in the feature juvenile event in the form of Dame Giselle (by I Am Invincible) and Blaze…