Queensland Horse Of The Year, Oaks winner Winning Ways, has been sold and sent to Europe to be served by Kingman.
Queensland Horse Of The Year, Oaks winner Winning Ways, has been sold and sent to Europe.
Trainer Gary Newham has set Queensland Oaks winner Winning Ways on a path to the Magic Millions Trophy starting at Eagle Farm.
Gold Coast trainer Garry Newham has won the Wayne Wilson Medal for outstanding performance by a Queensland trainer last season.
Winning Ways has made a triumphant return to form following a bleeding ban to take out the Lexus Spring Cup at Eagle Farm.
Queensland Oaks winner Winning Ways has been crowned the state's Horse of the Year foe 2018/19.
Star mare Winning Ways will need to regain her best form at Eagle Farm to be any chance to contest the spring carnival in Melbourne.
Trainer Garry Newham has booked in-form Ryan Maloney for Winning Ways after the mare's regular jockey Matt McGillivray was stood down.
Queensland Oaks winner Winning Ways is back from a spell but her spring campaign will not be confirmed until she completes a ban for bleeding.
Jockey Matt McGillivray has landed his first Group One success, producing the ride of his life on Winning Ways in the Queensland Oaks.
Winning Ways has won the Group One Queensland Oaks, beating Dawson Diva and Lady Cuvee in the Group One race for three-year-old fillies.
Winning Ways, who was raced by the late Paul Makin, will carry the successful owner's colours in the Queensland Oaks.
Paul Makin, the owner of dual hemisphere Group One winner Starcraft, has died aged 82.
Queensland's best Oaks hopeful, the Gary Newham-trained Winning Ways, has the right breeding to be a top stayer.