News About: 2011 Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes
John Moore is hoping Silver Grecian can post a surprise victory in tomorrow’s Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes in Melbourne.
It will be the first Australian start for the four-year-old gelding, who was initially raced in Britain by John Ryan before being transferred to Hong Kong to be trained by John Moore.
Silver Grecian won his …
Brett Prebble has been announced as the new rider for Smart Missile for this weekend’s Group 1 Sir Rupert Clarke Stakesat Caulfield.
The jockey, who is currently riding in Hong Kong, will fly to Melbourne tonight in order to make the …
In what has been a tragic morning in the horse racing world, Golden Slipper winner Crystal Lily has died of a suspected heart attack, leaving top jockey Glen Boss in hospital with an apparent shattered shoulder after the fall.
Crystal Lily, who was preparing for her …
With the news that more than half of the 2011 Melbourne Cup field are likely to be international runners the amount of interest in the travellers has sky rocketed in recent days.
Many are eagerly anticipating their first up runs in Australia and for two of them d-day comes this Saturday at Caulfield Racecourse.
Smart Missile will have to contend with the widest draw of 17 in Saturday’s Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes as he attempts to win his first Group 1 title.
The three-year-old colt’s unlucky spell with Group 1 races continues, with the outside gate meaning he will likely be posted wide for the majority of the run.…
Trainer David Payne is confident that he has Master Of Design at his best for the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakesin Melbourne this Saturday.
Master Of Design won his last start in the Group 2 Sebring Sprint ahead …
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 …
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