News About: 2013 Ramornie Handicap

Howmuchdoyouloveme Given 60.5kg for Ramornie

Howmuchdoyouloveme Given 60.5kg for Ramornie

5 Jul, 2013

The task of claiming back-to-back titles in Wednesday’s Ramornie Handicap (1200m) at Grafton has become a hefty one for Howmuchdoyouloveme.

Howmuchdoyouloveme will carry 60.5kg in the Ramornie. Photo by: Daniel Costello.

The four-year-old has been allocated the topweight of 60.5kg, which is three kilograms more than fellow multiple stakes winners Adebisi, River Lad and Skytrain …

Defending Champion Heads Ramornie Entries

Defending Champion Heads Ramornie Entries

4 Jul, 2013

Defending Ramornie Handicap champion Howmuchdoyouloveme again appears to be the one to beat ahead of Wednesday’s $150,000 sprint at Grafton.

Howmuchdoyouloveme will defend his title in the Ramornie Handicap. Photo by: Daniel Costello.

The Sydney gelding produced a powerful front-running display to win by four lengths last year and he again takes strong form into …

Adebisi Saved for Ramornie

Adebisi Saved for Ramornie

3 Jul, 2013

Queensland speedster Adebisi is a notable omission from the field for Saturday’s Ascot Handicap (1200m) at Eagle Farm, with the front-runner to be saved for Wednesday’s Listed $150,000 Ramornie Handicap (1350m) at Grafton.

Adebisi will run in in the Ramornie Handicap at Grafton on Wednesday. Photo by: Race Horse Photos Australia.

The five-year-old will be …

Ramornie to be a Big Bonanza

Ramornie to be a Big Bonanza

2 Jul, 2013

A dominant win at Rosehill on Monday has Big Bonanza on track to fulfill a long-range goal for Wyong trainer Donn Robb in Wednesday week’s Listed Ramornie Handicap (1200m) at Grafton.

Big Bonanza is heading to the Ramornie Handicap. Photo by: Steve Hart.

Robb set the five-year-old for the country feature sprint five months ago …

Chief De Beers Win Just the Start for Pentasia

Chief De Beers Win Just the Start for Pentasia

25 May, 2013

Marc Quinn was delighted Pentasia could pick up her first black-type win in the Listed Chief De Beers Handicap (1100m) at Doomben today but he is already dreaming of far bigger things.

Pentasia was too strong in the Chief De Beers Handicap. Photo by: Daniel Costello.

On the immediate agenda are two more Listed sprints …