News About: 2011 Cox Plate
Those convinced jockey Craig Williams could win on a broomstick at present should take notice of Sunday’s Grade 1 $6.5 2011 Japan Cup (2400m) in Tokyo.
He is riding local galloper Tosen Jordan who is third favourite with Tabsportsbet at $8 after a career best win.
The five-year-old gelding is shooting for a hat-trick after …
Victorian mare Avienus is being treated for travel sickness after her flight to Perth in readiness for the Group 1 $1m Railway Stakes (1600m) at Ascot on November 19.
The Mark Webb-trained six year old was rushed to a veterinarian clinic on landing late Tuesday night and is under observation.
Webb is confident of a …
Star jockey Craig Williams will not ride French stayer Dunaden in tomorrow’s Melbourne Cup.
The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal this afternoon did not grant Williams a stay of proceedings pending an appeal against a 10-meeting suspension incurred at last Wednesday’s Bendigo Cup meetings.
It robs the 34-year-old the chance to become the first jockey …
New Zealand star Lion Tamer was put down after the running of the 2011 Cox Plate.
The Murray Baker 2010 Victoria Derby and 2011 Underwood Stakes winner broke his near hind leg during the running of the race.
The son of Storming Home and Lioness settled outside leader Helmet …
Pinker Pinker is the 2011 Cox Plate winner at Moonee Valley.
The Greg Eurell trained galloper defeated Jimmy Choux and Rekindled Interest with Wall Street fourth.
A ride of fortune by Craig Williams paved the way for $26 bolter Pinker Pinker to become Australasia’s weight for age …
The late money for the 2011 Group 1 Cox Plate(2040m) is for two horses.
As the feature draws closer Helmet and King’s Rose are the ones being best supported just 20 minutes out from the race.
Helmet is $3 and King’s Rose into $10.
Glass Harmonium has slightly firmed to $10 while Rekindled Interest …
The chances of Glass Harmonium in tomorrow’s 2011 $3m Group 1 W S Cox Plate (2040m) at Moonee Valley may be decided before barrier release.
The consistent grey entire is prone to temperament problems and trainer Mike Moroney believes if …
Assistant trainer Paul Snowden has expressed his satisfaction with his Cox Plate runner Helmetgoing into tomorrow’s race.
Helmet, who won both the Caulfield Guineas Prelude and Caulfield Guineas in his past two starts, will be the only three-year-old in the $3 million race.…
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