Over the weekend we saw success at both extremes of our wonderful racing industry. Everyone loves a winner, but the thing about racing is that there are no rules when it comes to success. It can come from many different paths and for owners with just about any budget. On Saturday I was thrilled to see last years Easter Yearling Sale topper All Too Hard win the G2 VRC Sires Produce in brilliant fashion. Two wins from two starts for owner Nathan Tinkler and his trainers, team Hawkes. Nathan Tinkler has invested a fortune in racing and has had good success, but to have such a promising two year old by his own sire Casino Prince from superstar mare Helsinge is heart pumping. It's also great to see a sale topper perform so well, investors deserve their rewards. Success comes at all levels, and at the other end of the scale I was over the moon when Fill The Page won the listed Canberra Cup yesterday. In 2009 a group of Inglis employees decided to pitch in and buy a yearling from the Scone Yearling Sale to race together. With a modest budget of $12,000 we decided to buy a yearling purely on type, we could not afford to buy a yearling that had a pedigree to match it's conformation - so type was the key. Jonathan D'Arcy was given the job of finding the right yearling, and with help from the team we selected a neat Dane Shadow filly with plenty of white space at the bottom of the page. She was therefore named Fill The Page, which was her mission. After 4 wins including at Listed level, our mare is doing the job. The point I'd like to make is racing is for everyone - if you can afford the big pedigrees like All Too Hard the sky is the limit when winning at Group level - for others it can be just as satisfying winning with a Canberra Cup with a filly bought on a budget. That's the great thing about racing.