News About: 2012 George Ryder Stakes

Straight Albert Suffers Career-Threatening Tendon Injury

Straight Albert Suffers Career-Threatening Tendon Injury

3 Apr, 2012

Up and coming galloper Straight Albert has suffered what could be a career-ending tendon injury in the midst of his autumn Doncaster Mile campaign.

The four-year-old gelding became well known after his impressive winning streak last summer, which saw him remain unbeaten across four runs.

Straight Albert's racing career could be over after suffering a …

Straight Albert Begins Doncaster Mile Bid In Newcastle Newmarket

Straight Albert Begins Doncaster Mile Bid In Newcastle Newmarket

19 Mar, 2012

Straight Albert will begin his run towards the Group 1 Doncaster Mile at Royal Randwick on April 21 when he resumes at the Newcastle this Wednesday.

The four-year-old gelding will line up for the Group 3 Newmarket at the track before running in the Group 1 George Ryder Stakes in preparation for his Doncaster test.…

Sincero Back On Track For Autumn Debut

Sincero Back On Track For Autumn Debut

19 Jan, 2012

Principal owner Greg De Vries is confident last year’s Stradbroke Handicap winner Sincero will be back to his best when he returns for upcoming the autumn racing carnival.

Sincero had a disappointing end to the spring carnival last year after failing to finish better than fifth in his last four races.

“It wasn’t meant to …

Carry Me Bluey On Track For Bernborough Run

Carry Me Bluey On Track For Bernborough Run

6 Dec, 2011

Queensland horse Carry Me Bluey will continue on his path towards the Listed Bernborough Handicap at Doomben on New Year’s Eve despite his second placing in the Listed Recognition Stakes last weekend.

The four-year-old gelding finished second to Wonderful Lass by a nose after a less than favourable run throughout the race.

Carry Me Bluey …

Black Caviar Scheduled For Overseas Debut

Black Caviar Scheduled For Overseas Debut

18 Jul, 2011

Black Caviar set to run at Royal Ascot next year

Black Caviar will make an appearance at Royal Ascot in England next June according to trainer Peter Moody.

The rising five-year-old has been assigned a spring and autumn carnival that will resemble last season’s successful campaigns.

Moody has pencilled in eight runs for the super …