News About: 2011 Doomben Cup

Scenic Shot Wins Second Doomben Cup

Scenic Shot Wins Second Doomben Cup

21 May, 2011

Scenic Shot and jockey Shane Scriven have won the Doomben Cup for the second time

Scenic Shot has won his second $500,000 Doomben Cup after sneaking up the inside track at Doomben Racecourse today.

The rising nine-year-old proved too good for My Kingdom Of Fife, who finished in second, and Glass Harmonium, who held on …

Scarlett Lady Produces Perfect Oaks Audition In The Roses

Scarlett Lady Produces Perfect Oaks Audition In The Roses

21 May, 2011

Graeme and Debbie Rogerson’s Scarlett Lady has made a big impression in her first Australian race start by winning the Group 3 The Roses at Doomben Racecourse.

The three-year-old filly put in a fantastic run to come from midfield to win the race by a head in front of Savannah’s Choice and race favourite Divorces.…

Wallace Backs Shoot Out To Topple International Talent

Wallace Backs Shoot Out To Topple International Talent

21 May, 2011

Shoot Out

With such a large number of international starters in today’s Doomben Cup, trainer John Wallace believes that Shoot Out will be the one to win the race for the locals.

While the majority of Group 1 stayer’s races this season have been won by overseas imports, Wallace is confident that Shoot Out will …

Triple Treat On The Cards For My Kingdom Of Fife

Triple Treat On The Cards For My Kingdom Of Fife

20 May, 2011

My Kingdom Of Fife could join the likes of Rough Habit and Might And Power with a win in the Doomben Cup

My Kingdom Of Fife will attempt to join the likes of Rough Habit and Might And Power when he runs in the $500,000 Doomben Cup tomorrow.

Only those two horses have ever won …

Scriven Concentrates On Doomben Cup Victory While Appeal Approaches

Scriven Concentrates On Doomben Cup Victory While Appeal Approaches

19 May, 2011

Jockey Shane Scriven

Jockey Shane Scriven will attempt to put his pending appeal hearing behind him in order to focus on Saturday’s $500,000 Doomben Cup.

Scriven is facing disciplinary action after he took another jockey’s whip during a race at Ipswich last month.

Before the jockey fronts up to the appeal hearing next Monday, he …

The Hombre Can’t Be Faulted As Doomben Cup Hope

The Hombre Can’t Be Faulted As Doomben Cup Hope

19 May, 2011

There’s been plenty spoken about New Zealand import The Hombre ahead of this weekend’s Doomben Cup and trainer John Bary will arrive in Brisbane today to oversee the final preparations.

While he’s aware he’s running into a top field he’s making no excuses and says the horse is here in good shape and here to …

Scales Show Shoot Out Is Ready For Doomben Cup Triumph

Scales Show Shoot Out Is Ready For Doomben Cup Triumph

18 May, 2011

John Wallace believes that Shoot Out will be at the perfect weight to produce a Doomben Cup win when he takes to the track this Saturday.

The four-year-old gelding is currently two kilos heavier than when he won the AJC Australian Derby as a three-year-old.

“He was 508 kilos when he won the Derby and …

Glass Harmonium Heads Moroney’s Stellar Weekend Line Up

Glass Harmonium Heads Moroney’s Stellar Weekend Line Up

18 May, 2011

Trainer Mike Moroney has a stable full of chances coming into this weekend, with possibly his greatest chance being Glass Harmonium in the Group 1 Doomben Cup in Brisbane.

While Moroney is confident that Glass Harmonium is a winning chance in this weekend’s race, he feels that he is one run out from his best.…

English Imports Set To Steal Doomben Cup Show

English Imports Set To Steal Doomben Cup Show

17 May, 2011

My Kingdom of Fife will look to extend his winning streak to four when he takes on the Group 1 Doomben Cup in Brisbane this Saturday.

The six-year-old gelding has won all three of his Group races since beginning his career in Australia last month.

Trainer Chris Waller feel that My Kingdom Of Fife is …

Cassidy To Attempt Old School Magic With Vison & Power

Cassidy To Attempt Old School Magic With Vison & Power

16 May, 2011

An experienced jockey will jump back aboard an experienced horse in this weekend’s Doomben cup for what trainer Jo Pride hopes will be a successful reunion.

Vision And Power will contest the Group 1 event in the latest attempt by Pride to claim some more success in the twilight of his career.

It’s now being …