News About Bruce McLachlan

Golden Slipper Winner Phelan Ready Retires

Golden Slipper Winner Phelan Ready Retires

After a bumper 59 career starts, 2009 Golden Slipper winner Phelan Ready has been retired from racing bowing out with over $3.7 million in prize money.

2009 Golden Slipper winner Phelan Ready has been retired from racing. Photo: Daniel Costello.

Prepared on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland by Jason McLachlan, the son of More Than Ready is best known ...

Hall of Fame Spot Black Caviar’s Latest Honour

Hall of Fame Spot Black Caviar’s Latest Honour

Already regarded has the world’s best horse, champion mare Black Caviar has been recognised in an official capacity with induction into the Australian Racing Hall Of Fame.

While it is usually customary to wait until after retirement to induct a horse into the hall of fame, the sprinting queen takes her place at the height of her powers.

The six-year-old ...

Tattersall’s Mile Result Works for Heathcote

Tattersall’s Mile Result Works for Heathcote

A powerhouse performance by Robert Heathcote’s gallant galloper saw Work The Room score their maiden stakes success at Eagle Farm on Saturday in the Tattersall’s Mile.

Lightly-raced for a rising six-year-old, Bel Esprit gelding Work The Room ($7.50) lined up in just their 13th career race on Saturday and after a gutsy run was able to beat ...

Heathcote and Munce Hone in on Racing Records

Heathcote and Munce Hone in on Racing Records

Two of Brisbane’s best, trainer Robert Heathcote and jockey Chris Munce, are just a few races away from entering the Queensland racing record books this season.

With just four meetings left to run in the state for the 2010-11 season, Brisbane Premiership frontrunners Heathcote and Munce are each on the threshold of achieving their own unique feats.

Eagle Farm-based ...

McLachlan Phelan Ready to Return to Winner’s Stall

McLachlan Phelan Ready to Return to Winner’s Stall

Phelan Ready has failed to replicate their form which saw them win the Golden Slipper two years ago

It has been a long time between drinks for More Than Ready four-year-old Phelan Ready, the former star juvenile missing from the winner’s stall for over two years, but trainer Jason McLachlan remains hopeful that will change on Saturday.

McLachlan has ...