News About: 2011 Hong Kong Vase
Melbourne Cup champion Dunaden will jump from gate three in the Hong Kong Vase, an alley that could do one of two things.
The first option is that the pace is a slow, if this is the case he’ll benefit from the inside draw and potentially lob a prime spot in running.
The second option …
Four-year-old mare Snow Fairy has had her Hong Kong campaign cut short after injuring herself at trackwork.
The champion mare was due to compete in the Hong Kong Vase on December 11, however, her injury has caused her to be withdrawn from the race.
Trainer Ed Dunlop was disappointed by the unfortunate turn of events …
The new trainer of Americain will announce tomorrow.
Three trainers are at the top of the list – David Hayes, Anthony Freedman and Darren Weir.
Each of these trainers are favoured above others as they have rural properties which the owners believe is the best environment for galloper formerly trained in France by Alain de …
It is all systems go for Zipping Classic for odds on favourite Americain ($1.50).
The unlucky 2011 Melbourne Cup fourth, lines up against four opponents in $350,000 Group 2 feature on the Sandown Hillside and its minder Stephanie Nigge is going into the race happy with the French galloper’s condition.
”He showed us after the …
The Melbourne Cup may be over for another year but the strength of the race still has a very real chance of being increased.
After the closest finish in the history of the event the two front runners look set to have their rematch when Duanden and Red Cadeaux face for a second time in …
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