Supido Loving Life!
It is great to hear that a stable favourite in Supido is settling in so well at his new home at historic Widden Stud in ... Read More
It is straight to the paddock for Sunday's impressive debut winner Tarwin, the exciting three-year-old looking to have ... Read More
A Win For Patience
It has been a long haul for brothers Tim and Brian Kelly, breeders and owners of Marie Adelaide who was so impressive ... Read More
Miss Steele A Mum Again
It is always nice to catch up with news of former members of the stable - and we pass on our congratulations to Ralph ... Read More
A Super Win!
There is no horse in the stable with more owners than Supergrass so there was plenty of cheering as the talented but ... Read More
Big Weekend for Apprentices
It was a big weekend for stable apprentices with Ethan Brown securing enough points with his Rising Stars Final second ... Read More
Grey Goes To Town
It was an easy watch for supporters of the odds-on favourite in the Le Pines Handicap at Sandown on Wednesday, the ... Read More
A filly who has always shown a lot of talent at home, Behave was overdue recording her second victory - but she did so ... Read More
Two In A Row For Lucy
Owner Karin MacNab may have been a very long way from Sale when her home-bred pride and joy Miss Pandanus ("Lucy") won ... Read More
Judicious Just Too Good
It did not take long for the well related three-year-old Judicious to break his maiden - and he did so in easy fashion ... Read More
Rakovsky Bolts In!
Patience is what it takes to race a stayer and the Michael Kent stable has plenty of that - as evidenced by the fact ... Read More
Longshot Debut Winner
It is not every day that one of our first starters is sent out at such big odds as was Miss Pandanus at Geelong on ... Read More
Cupidity Strikes At Debut
There were cheers on course and 168km away as well related two-year-old Cupidity charged home to record an impressive ... Read More
Greyworm Flies At Debut
It was a most encouraging debut by Greyworm at Mornington on Monday, the promising grey jumping straight to the front - ... Read More
Rivage Flies At Debut
A horse who does everything wrong at debut and still wins by three lengths? That's a promising horse!
Proving quite ... Read More
Oh She's Good!
Last time the talented mare Good Oh headed to Ballarat where she was to contest a race in which she was a short priced ... Read More
The Lovely Leodoro
One of the favourites around the stable, Leodoro may not have won at Moonee Valley today but the Winter Championship ... Read More
A real favourite around the stables due not only to her ability but to her somewhat quirky personality (her best ... Read More
Lavarsi Leads Throughout
It has taken a little while for the stable to figure out Lavarsi but connections have been patient and he proved worth ... Read More
Limekilns Breaks Maiden
On the back of highly promising form - two game placings at his first two starts - three-year-old Limekilns was sent ... Read More
Abinger Breaks Through
It is always a pleasure to win races for long time stable clients Philip and Anne Wooldridge who gain so much enjoyment ... Read More
It is never easy to salute at debut as did Island Daze at Kyneton a few weeks ago and it is harder still to head ... Read More
With the early pace slow in the 2050m maiden at Moe on Monday it looked as though favourite Slick Back was going to ... Read More
Daze Delights at Debut
It always takes a fair bit of talent for a horse to win at debut and Island Daze looks to have a nice career in store ... Read More
Michael C Kent Racing Stables
Michael says: 'Cranbourne provides excellent training facilities. It's a city class training centre in a country environment which is conducive to horses doing well and the state's best barrier trials are conducted here.
Our stables are adjacent to the training facility which allows us to 'walk on' rather than float the horses to the track; we have access to the swimming pool and proximity to the beach which is a regular part of the training regime for our horses.
'I'm always open to alternatives. We cannot assume there are not better ways to train a racehorse. We have to be smarter than simply relying on big numbers, on turning over horses in order to find a good one and be smarter in nurturing and developing the good ones we find.'
|Austell Bay||Sep 19||3||Cranbourne||Field/Form|
|Tarwin||Sep 09, 2018||4 - Sale||1.80||Beau Mertens|
|Marie Adelaide||Aug 16, 2018||2 - Sale||2.50||Beau Mertens|
|Supergrass||Jul 29, 2018||2 - Bairnsdale||1.30||Aaron Mitchell|
|Greyworm||Jul 18, 2018||5 - Sandown-Lakeside||1.30||Ethan Brown|
|Behave||Jul 12, 2018||5 - Sale||0.40||Craig Williams|
|Miss Pandanus||Jul 12, 2018||4 - Sale||0.20||Craig Williams|
|Judicious||Jul 06, 2018||3 - Bendigo||1.80||Ethan Brown|
|Rakovsky||Jul 01, 2018||1 - Sale||8.00||Craig Williams|
|Miss Pandanus||Jun 22, 2018||2 - Geelong||1.80||Beau Mertens|
|Cupidity||Jun 18, 2018||1 - Moe||0.20||Beau Mertens|