News About: 2011 Cox Plate
Cranbourne trainer Greg Eurell has confirmed his talented mare Pinker Pinker as a starter in this year’s Cox Plate after her impressive second place finish to King’s Roseat Moonee Valley last start.
“She’s so honest and she’s such a fighter,” Eurell said.…
Trainer John Bary has announced today that Jimmy Choux will be given another run at Hastings before heading to Australia for the $3 million Cox Platenext month.
While the four-year-old entire was due to go to the Cox Plate third-up into his …
Trainer Brett Partelle is convinced that Torio’s Quest is capable of being competitive in the $3 million Cox Plate at Moonee Valley next month.
Torio’s Quest is nominated to run in the Shannon Stakes at Rosehill this weekend before travelling to Melbourne to compete in the Group 1 …
Racing Victoria’s chief handicapper Greg Carpenter had the intricate job of allocating weights to all 162 Melbourne Cup nominees, including all international horses.
This year’s Melbourne Cup nominations closed on September 1st instead of the previous August …
You’d struggle to find a more consistent racehorse than Playing God in Australia, a four year old trained out of Western Australia by Neville Parnham.
This isn’t a case of a slightly above average horse being kept in the lower grades at the provincials …
There are some trainers that like to give their horse a plug just about every time it comes out to race while there are others that’ll talk it down no matter how well it’s travelling.
John Bary though is a pretty straight …
Serious Cox Plate contender Littorio has been retired from racing despite his impressive victory in the Group 2 Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington just nine days ago.
The decision came after trainer Nigel Blackiston was told the seven-year-old gelding had developed tendinitis in his good leg yesterday.
The injury is said …
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