News About: 2011 Manikato Stakes
The 2011 Manikato Stakes has without doubt being one of the most anticipated events of the new season throughout the horse racing community.
It seems though that the excitement isn’t just restricted to the outside audience either with trainers and jockeys also revealing their enthusiasm …
John Singleton has never been one to shy away from spruiking his beloved mare More Joyous and he believes tomorrow night’s Manikato Stakes could be her most important race yet.
She has a career record that leaves the vast majority to shame but time and …
There was plenty of hype surrounding Sepoy and his first step up to open grade in the Group 1 Manikato Stakes tomorrow night at Moonee Valley however that hype has proved to be a cautious optimism at best.
While he comes into this league with …
Both Peter Snowden and regular jockey Kerrin McEvoy have no qualms about Sepoy’s Moonee Valley debut in the Manikato Stakes this Friday night.
The Golden Slipper winning colt has now had two gallops around the Melbourne track in preparation for his eighth race …
This year’s Golden Slipper winner Sepoy has reminded everyone of his incredible talent and speed at a barrier trial at Cranbourne earlier today.
The three-year-old superstar finished two and a half lengths clear of his closest rival in the 800 metre sprint.
Sepoy is currently preparing …
While Queensland trainer Robert Heathcote is still celebrating Buffering and Woorim’s impressive first-up Melbourne wins last weekend, he is already looking towards their next assignment amongst Group 1 company.
Heathcote will be hoping the pair can snare him his first Group 1 …
What was set to be one of the most attention grabbing and crowd-drawing trials in history now appears unlikely to go ahead at Cranbourne next Monday.
Super mare Black Caviar and Golden Slipper winner Sepoy were due to face up against each other in …
A noticeably bigger and strong More Joyous is the big news out of yesterday’s barrier trials at Rosehill with the Gai Waterhouse trained mare impressing plenty of the onlookers.
With the rise and rise of Black Caviar throughout last season she’s become somewhat of a …
Top Queensland trainer Robert Heathcote has been forced to bring forward Woorim’s trip to Melbourne after the final two races at Doomben Racecourse were abandoned due to poor visibility last Saturday.
Woorim had been due to have his first-up run over 1,200 metres in the Channel Seven …
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