News About: 2011 Caulfield Guineas
A horribly timed accident means Glen Boss won’t be able to ride Smart Missile in the Caulfield Guineas tomorrow but that doesn’t mean he won’t be following the race with keen interest.
Boss broke his shoulder after Crystal Lily collapsed and died during …
Top three-year-old Helmet will look to continue his success at Caulfield tomorrow when he runs in the $1 million Caulfield Guineas.
The Exceed And Excel colt has struggled with maturity issues throughout his short career, however, is said to be a changed …
The connections of all three main contenders in this weekend’s Caulfield Guineas say they are unfazed by the barrier draw despite all coming up with very different marbles.
In fact if the markets suggest confidence it appears as if each of them has been …
Black Caviarhas won her first jump-out of the spring in scintillating style at Caulfield this morning.
The five-year-old mare breezed away from her competition while being hard-held over the entire 800 metres.
Trainer Peter Moody was at the track to witness the …
In a matter of weeks Manawanui has gone from a promising provincial racehorse to a Group 1 champion with very genuine Caulfield Guineas prospects.
The same could be said for his trainer Ron Leemon, he went over two decades between Group 1’s plugging around predominantly provincial and …
Moment Of Change, who propelled to fame after his ten length debut win in country Victoria last month, will have his second career run at Sandown today.
The Barely A Moment gelding will run in the 1,300 metre Hyland Race Colours Handicap later in the day.
The Peter Moody-trained three-year-old is already looking towards a …
Jockey Glen Boss is sure to get a talking to following his ride aboard Smart Missile in last Saturday’s Golden Rose.
The experienced jockey, who rode Hay List in his last two starts, appeared to be unable to …
Three-year-old colt Decircles managed to upstage $1.8 million yearling Godspeed in the Rokeby Park Plate 3yo Maiden at Seymour Racecourse on Sunday.
Part-owner Frank Tagg was impressed with the Encosta De Lago colt’s winning performance.
“We were particularly happy with the result and just the way he …
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