News About: 2011 Magic Millions Classic

Safusa with winning Magic Millions connections

Safusa with winning Magic Millions connections

22 Dec, 2011

It was a case of the same players but a different combination when Safusa won the $100,000 Magic Millions Wyong Stakes (1200m) today.

Trainer David Pfieffer won the same race with Graceful Anna before she marched on to win  the 2009 Magic Millions Trophy (1400m) at the Gold Coast.

And that winning Magic Millions feeling …

Hoss Amor forces a Magic Millions start

Hoss Amor forces a Magic Millions start

22 Dec, 2011

The John O’Shea-trained filly Hoss Amor entered Magic Millions Classic calculations with a strong win in the poignant lead up, the $200,000 Wyong  Magic Million Stakes (1100m) today.

The brown filly was  the horse offered in a Sky racing/TAB NSW competition and named after racing journo Andrew ‘Hoss’ Bensley – it has many owners headed …

Travino – the Kiwi challenge in the Magic Millions Classic

Travino – the Kiwi challenge in the Magic Millions Classic

15 Dec, 2011

Emerging New Zealand two-year-old Travino may be the surprise runner in the $2m Magic Millions Classic (1200m) at the Gold Coast on January 14.

The son of General Nediym has won his past three races including last start in a Listed Westwood Grange Stakes at Te Rapa (1100m) on December 10.

Matamata trainer Peter McKay …

Snipzu and Sizzling to sort out for Magic Millions favourite

Snipzu and Sizzling to sort out for Magic Millions favourite

15 Dec, 2011

All eyes will be on the clock as much as the races when two Magic Millions Classic big guns Snipzu and Sizzling run in consecutive races at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

It is rare for Queenslanders to head the betting in the Classic but the two Snitzel youngsters have undoubtedly earned their place with impressive …

Members Joy for 9000 people at Sandown Hillside

Members Joy for 9000 people at Sandown Hillside

26 Nov, 2011

The Melbourne Racing Club initiative to have its 9000 members take part in ownership of horses paid dividends at the Sandown Hillside today.

The aptly named Members Joy looks to have a bright future after playing with four opponents in the Swettenham Dash For Cash (900m) on debut.

The Robert Smerdon-trained two-year-old filly revelled on …