News About: 2011 Ipswich Cup
Gold In Dubai has proven that he has made a successful transition from sprinter to stayer by producing an emphatic victory in the Ipswich Cup last Saturday.
The five-year-old gelding led all the way to resist challenges from placegetters Danagaze and Our Lukas, winning the race by …
It would be arguably the greatest Ipswich Cup victory in the modern era if Our Lukas could turn up with a winning run tomorrow afternoon.
The odds are stacked against him and there doesn’t appear to be a lot of upside to his prospects on paper …
Trainer Danny Williams admits himself that his 2011 crop of talent isn’t as strong as it has been in previous years.
His chances haven’t been aided by the string of slow and heavy tracks in the southern states and his carnival presence has been notably small.
He wasn’t even going to consider Brisbane this year …
The Hombre came to the Brisbane Winter Carnival carrying plenty of expectations but it hasn’t been a pleasant experience to date.
He had his first run in the Doomben Cup but he was outclassed easily by the winner Scenic Shot and he managed to beat just two horses home.
Connections were confident that a drop …
Our Lukas hasn’t been in good form at all of late and this weekend’s Ipswich Cup doesn’t look like it’ll make things any easier for him.
To win the race he’ll need to smash a weight carrying record in the event and turn around a worrying drop in performance.
Our Lukas will be …
Bryan Guy’s Shuffle The Cash has produced a dominate victory over his interstate rivals in the Group 3 Premier’s Cup at Doomben today.
The rising seven-year-old gelding won the race by almost two lengths ahead of Tinseltown, who finished second, and Little Stranger, who ran on well for third.
Second place-getter Tinseltown proved that he …
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