Za Moulin Rouge Queen of Kav's 2YO's

Talented filly Za Moulin Rouge emerged as the Kavanagh stable's leading two-year-old with her debut stakes victory in the $80,000 SAJC Queen of Adelaide Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.


The win was a tremendous thrill for her proud owners who had traveled from both the west and east coasts of Australia to cheer her home.


The daughter of Street Cry posted a dominant victory in a strong but small field of five and joined Midnight Martini and former stable stars Whobegotyou and Shocking as stakes winners by their sire trained by Mark Kavanagh.


Not surprisingly yearlings by Street Cry have featured heavily in Mark's purchases so far this year and include colts out of Villa Bled and World Peace at the Gold Coast Magic Millions and a colt out of Chinamora from the Karaka sales.


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The 2019 Inglis Classic Sale Delivers

The 2019 Inglis Classic Sale Delivers

The 2019 Inglis Classic Sales in Sydney were a buyers market and we picked up some outstanding yearlings two of which we have featured here.  


Impressive Purchases at Karaka

Impressive Purchases at Karaka

Having just arrived back from the Karaka Sales in New Zealand, Mark is very excited to introduce to you, two standout yearlings that Kavanagh Racing purchased, a filly by Per Incanto (Street Cry) and a colt by Tavistock.  


Joan's A Jett wins on debut

Joan's A Jett wins on debut

Mark knew he had a talented filly on his hands and couldn’t be more thankful to her breeders Brent and Cherry Taylor of Trelawney Stud in New Zealand who sent her over earlier this year.  


Kentucky creates more than a  breeze

Kentucky creates more than a breeze

Kentucky Breeze rewarded connections with their patience with a tough win in the $60,000 Suez McKellar Mile (1600m) at Saturday’s metropolitan Ballarat meeting. Trained by Kavanagh Racing’s Levi Kavanagh and ridden by apprentice Ethan Brown, Kentucky Breeze notched together his third career victory from ten career starts, making upwards of $150,000 in career earnings.  


Kav Racing Hot's Up!

Kav Racing Hot's Up!

It may have been a quiet Spring, but Kavanagh Racing’s team has been set for the Summer period. With a lot of inexperienced young horses set to race in the next few months the stable is happy with their decision to bypass the Spring and take advantage of the excellent pastures and give their horses a little for time, and the way the horses have developed is testament to the fact they made the right move.  


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