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Winning awards and breaking records is nothing new to Yarradale Stud’s long-serving stallion War Chant (USA).

No horse deserved to break a run of outs more than Ginger Baker at Ascot on Saturday.

Steve Wolfe was pleased to welcome Ginger Green back to scale at Ascot on Saturday but he was far from happy to learn his Gingerbread Man star Red Can Man would miss an important gallop at Mount Barker on Sunday.

Pearce Racing trained its second grey winner by Yarradale Stud sire Gingerbread Man when Charcoal Chaos was successful in the Great Western Insurance Brokers Maiden (1200m) at Geraldton last Thursday.

Denim Wars was balloted out of the $150,000 Grassroots Gallop (1400m) at Caulfield on Wednesday but that may be a blessing in disguise for part-owner and trainer Colin Scott.

Yarradale-bred graduate Bold Street made her debut a winning one after angling to the outskirts of York racecourse last Thursday.

Kalgoorlie honours one of its favourite sons with the inaugural running of the Ron Sayers Sprint (1100m) on Saturday.

Yarradale Stud sire Gingerbread Man moved into second spot on the WA sires’ table after Axel ‘R’ Eight banked $43,840 at Ascot on Saturday.

David Harrison trained his 1200th winner on Saturday when Position of Power landed the Amelia Park Hcp (1600m) but he was in no mood to celebrate when interviewed after the milestone.

Yarradale Stud sires War Chant (USA) and Gingerbread Man combined for a Belmont brace on Saturday and they went one better with a treble on Wednesday.

Trainer Steve Wolfe was already a fan of Yarradale Stud sire Gingerbread Man when he bought Ginger Green for $50,000 at the 2019 Perth Magic Millions.

Yarradale Stud is promoting Gingerbread Man as arguably the best-value stallion in Australia.

Gingerbread Man gelding Gin ‘N’ Swanic gave trainer Mack Hall his first winner since taking out a license at Belmont on Wednesday.

Gingerbread Man is suitably armed for a break-out season following a welter of winners at the back-end of 2021-22.

Belmont’s final midweek card of the season on Wednesday began with a benefit for Yarradale Stud and Redoute's Choice stallion Patronize.

Gingerbread Man has sparked a host of Belmont winners in the last week for Yarradale Stud stallions – both past and present.

A Yarradale Stud-bred Exceed And Excel half-brother to Valour Road made HK3.80 million (AUD710,225) at the Hong Kong International Sale on Sunday.

Run D'Affaire Run secured the 200th career win for Gingerbread Man last month and he was back in the frame for the Yarradale Stud sire at Pinjarra on Thursday.

Capital Flight is going places for trainer Coreen Maynard after the Henley Brook trainer initially thought he might be better placed in the Pilbara!

Owner-trainer Justin Warwick paid $60,000 for a yearling colt by Nicconi to top the Yarradale Stud consignment to the Magic Millions Winter Sale on Sunday.