News About: 2011 Brisbane Cup
Chris Munce has taken out his fifth Brisbane Cup with a dominant staying performance aboard the Gai Waterhouse trained Tullamore.
Tullamore was sent out a $10.00 second favourite behind Glass Harmonium, who was even money, and the two engaged in a two horse war down the Eagle Farm straight.
Gerald Ryan has two main missions at Eagle Farm tomorrow, to bring down Darley in the TJ Smith and conquer the Brisbane Cup.
The two-year-old Group 1’s this season have been dominated by Darley but this will be their toughest challenge yet with Hot Snitzel standing in the way.
He blew them away last start …
Persian Star is an interesting inclusion in this weekend’s Eagle Farm Cup and while there’s a couple of things working against her, there’s a few things in her favour as well.
Robert Smerdon acknowledges himself that a weight-for-age race probably doesn’t suit her all that well and the 2200m trip is probably just …
Bryan Guy’s Shuffle The Cash has produced a dominate victory over his interstate rivals in the Group 3 Premier’s Cup at Doomben today.
The rising seven-year-old gelding won the race by almost two lengths ahead of Tinseltown, who finished second, and Little Stranger, who ran on well for third.
Second place-getter Tinseltown proved that he …
Mike Moroney will be backing Viking Hero when the four-year-old meets stablemate Tinseltown in the Premier’s Cup this Saturday.
The trainer believes has a greater winning chance due to his exceptional fitness.
“Viking Hero has the residual fitness advantage over Tinseltown,” Moroney said.…
Robert Heathcote experienced one of his most successful days as a trainer on BTC Cup Day last Saturday.
The top Queensland trainer had a number of placings throughout the day and won both of the Group 3 races held at Doomben Racecourse.
Heathcote admits that after missing out narrowly on wins in the first few …
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