Sir Owen Glenn On The Go At Randwick

Sir Owen Glenn’s Go Bloodstock started the spring with a first-time Group double at Randwick. Go Bloodstock has raced numerous Group One winners – Criterion, Monaco Consul, Railings, Headturner, Russian Revolution and Second Coming among them – but was the first Group double on the same day for the leading New Zealand owner and breeder.…

First horses on Hawkesbury Polytrack

The new Polytrack training surface at Hawkesbury has passed its first test with a soft opening ahead of a full workload. A dozen locally trained horses were given light work-outs on the track on Monday morning. The Brad Widdup-trained Ajani, partnered by track rider Mikey Wade, was the first horse on the synthetic surface. “Feels…

Bloodlines: Progeny in demand at Arqana sale

… Another stylish type at the Randwick trials was Sir Owen, a Fastnet Rock colt from Mica’s Pride who is in the Chris Waller stable. In his third trial he finished a head second after coming from a distant last on the turn. Sir Owen races for the Go Bloodstock group, which is managed by Sir…

Sir Owen Glenn Feature

We caught up with one of the thoroughbred industry’s biggest players Sir Owen Glenn, at the opening of his impressive Hawkesbury-based pre-training and breaking in facility, Glenn Haven Horse Farm.  With a straight-talking reputation, Sir Owen, who was born in India, raised in Auckland, educated at Harvard Business School before hitting the jackpot with his…