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Nick Moir It looks like Nathan Tinkler won't be walking away from the racing industry after all. Tinkler is set to compete with buyers from around the world when his Patinack Farm racing stock goes under the hammer as part of the reduction sale at
Patinack Farm owner Nathan Tinkler expects to finalise the sale of his massive racing and breeding operation within weeks. Tinkler was at Doomben on Saturday to watch his promising two-year-old Hooked win and he opened up about the personal impact of
The Federal Court yesterday ordered the company into liquidation over a debt of around $17,000 to Work Cover South Australia. But Patinack Farm says the debt was not paid because of an administrative error and the company is expected to fight the
Probably worth up to $20 million in a package, the duo do not put a dent in his big spending or ongoing costs...On results seen by The Daily Telegraph , Patinack Farm has spent $77,500,000 on 410 horses at Australian auctions since 2008, at an
The very idea bewilders the chairman of the Australian Turf Club, John Cornish. ''You have a horse in a million-dollar race,'' he said. ''You couldn't keep me away. I suppose 99 per cent of people who love racing, you couldn't keep them away.''
Dallas Kilponen THE return today of Australasian racing's most valuable colt, All Too Hard, at Rosehill will attract abnormal scrutiny with major horse studs circling following revelations that the horse's owner Nathan Tinkler is reducing his
Tinkler launched a radical plan to win next year's Golden Slipper yesterday when he failed to nominate a single runner for the $3.5 million race. Instead of paying the $375 nomination fee for each of his 200 chances, the billionaire racing enthusiast
Story continues below The world's greatest sprinting thoroughbred did it again at Flemington on Saturday, winning her 16th race from as many starts in much the same way as the previous 15...The two and three-quarter length margin she held over runner-
Patrick Bartley November 13, 2010 THE latest World Thoroughbred Rankings, published by the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities, have been released with So You Think given a 125 rating, placing him equal 10th on the world list.
Black Caviar blitzed a quality field in near record time in an awesome display to win the Group 1 $750,000 Patinack Classic at Flemington. Black Caviar, the $1.90 favourite, clocked 1:07.9, just outside Iglesia's record of 1:07.1, to show she is