Harvey aims for Hyperion
Harvey aims for Hyperion

Champion jockey Paul Harvey could return in time for next month's $125,000 Hyperion Stakes (1600m) and $125,000 Strickland Stakes (2000m) meetings.

Harvey's 2014 misfortune continued earlier this month when he fractured a shoulder at Pinjarra.

The injury ruled him out of the Roma Cup meeting and Saturday's Belmont Sprint card.

The 44-year-old missed out on the ride aboard Perth Cup winner Black Tycoon when he was replaced by Damien Oliver.

"Paul has had a bad run with suspensions and injuries," Harvey's long-time racing manager Dale Verhagen said.

"The shoulder injury has kept him out for three weeks already and it could be another fortnight until he is back."

Despite Harvey's spate of injuries and suspensions, he has ridden 27 winners and 38 place- getters - a winning percentage of 16 per cent - from 172 rides this season.

┬ĚJapanese businessman Katsumi Yoshida paid $575,000 for Angel Of Mercy at the Magic Millions Broodmare sale on the Gold Coast yesterday.

Managing owner Elio Galante paid $180,000 for Angel Of Mercy as a yearling.

The Irish Bloodstock Agency paid $240,000 for last season's WA two-year-old of the year, Camporella. Trainer Dan Morton prepared the filly to win the MM 2YO Classic, Gimcrack Stakes and WA Sires' Produce Stakes.

And 51 lots as part of the Teeley Assets dispersal sale sold for more than $23 million. The 2013 Blue Diamond Stakes winner, Miracles Of Life, was sold to Kentucky-based Stonestreet Farm for $900,000.

The Americans also bought a full sister to Rubick, Drifting Cube, for $1.1 million and a sister to Manhattan Rain, Taste Of Heaven, for $1.5 million.

Coolmore paid $2.3 million for Redoute's Choice's sister Monsoon Wedding.

The West Australian

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