AUCKLAND REACTOR sired winners in three different States on Sunday (May 9).
Bell Riverkid, a lightly raced three-year-old, started the ball rolling with a last-stride win at Dubbo.
The gelding enjoyed a box seat trail before peeling to the outside and finishing at the rate of knots to post his maiden success.
Bred and raced by Paul Davison, Bell Riverkid is from the successful Artiscape mare Has The Art, who has left five winners from six foals.
Juddy Douglas, a Southern Cross finalist at 2 and 3, registered his first win as a four-year-old and his 10th lifetime at Mount Gambier.
Last of the six-horse field at the bell, the gelding unleashed a long, sustained run to prevail in a thrilling finish.
Bred and raced by Jayson and Alyce Finnis, Juddy Douglas is out of the Falcon Seelster mare Markeaton Navi NZ, whose first three progeny are all sub 2:00 winners.
Jackson Neptune, a five-year-old gelding, was a most impressive winner at Hobart.
After racing wide early, the gelding settled down in the one-one trail before making his claim three-wide at the straight entrance.
He careered away to score by 7.6 metres.
The winner of four races, Jackson Neptune is from Narra Targan Rose (by Safely Kept) and is her only winner from four foals.
AUCKLAND REACTOR has sired 61 individual winners in Australia this year for progeny earnings of $770,000.