News About: 2011 Memsie Stakes
Peter Moody’s four year old mare King’s Rose has made an impressive Australian debut at Caulfield today, taking out the Group 2 Memsie Stakes from a quality field of horses. The new addition to Moody’s stable produced a great run home to win …
Toowoomba trainer Shaun Dwyer will run Anudjawun in the Memsie Stakes at Caulfield Racecourse this weekend as a warm up for some of the spring carnival’s feature staying races.
The six-year-old gelding finished well back in eleventh in his first-up run in Melbourne over 1,200 metres two weeks ago.
Despite the seemingly poor result, Dwyer …
Maluckyday is set to finally begin his spring racing campaign in this weekend’s Memsie Stakes at Caulfield after he was scratched from last Saturday’s Warwick Stakes due to wet conditions.
“He’s not guaranteed to run but it is likely that he will,” Co-trainer …
Trainer Jason Clifford has experienced nothing but success since making the move from Tasmania to Victoria earlier in the year.
Clifford’s latest achievement came when five-year-old gelding Prince Obama finished a close third behind two of the big guns in weight-for-age racing, Whobegotyou and Lights Of Heaven, in the Group 2 PB Lawrence Stakes at …
Talented four-year-old Lion Tamer has not had a start since he won last year’s Victoria Derby in sizzling style, but the horse is already preparing for another Melbourne spring onslaught in the coming months.
The Storming Home entire won his first trial at New Zealand’s …
Jason Warren is now looking to some of Melbourne’s early spring features for his impressive gelding Bel Sprinter after his win at Moonee Valley last Saturday.
The three-year-old gelding won the Craigieburn Sporting Club Handicap by half a length ahead of General Truce and Punctuate.
The Mornington trainer has always thought Bel Sprinter would have …
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