News About: AJC Oaks
AJC Oaks winner Absolutely is not a certain starter at Doomben on Saturday after trainer Mick Kent had second thoughts on her Winter Carnival program.
Absoultely hasn’t been in the winner’s stall since winning the 2011 Group 1 $550,000 Patinack …
Cox Plate placegetter Rekindled Interest has been scratched from the Doncaster Mile after Randwick was downgraded to a heavy 9 overnight.
Randwick received another ninety-five millimetres of rain in the last twenty-four hours, taking the total for the week to one hundred and …
Cox Plate winner Pinker Pinker is primed for her return to Sydney in Saturday’s Group 1 $350,000 Chipping Norton Stakes (1600m) at Warwick Farm.
Trainer Greg Eurell will send Pinker Pinker to Sydney on Friday after giving her final workout for the week at Cranbourne this morning.
The four year old mare who has a …
Trainer Mick Kent has targeted the Cranbourne Cup and Caulfield Cup double in the spring for his AJC Oaks winning filly Absolutely in the hopes of claiming the $2 million bonus on offer.
TAB Sportsbet are funding the $2 million payout that will be payable to any horse that can win both races this year.…
Fibrillation will miss the Group 3 The Roses in Brisbane this weekend due to a foot injury.
The three-year-old filly’s trainer, Tim Martin, decided against sending his filly up to Brisbane for the race, instead choosing to run her in the Nepean Engineering Handicap at Rosehill.
Martin is hoping that Fibrillation will have recovered in …
Brazilian Pulse will make her Melbourne Festival of Racing debut when she appears in the $500,000 Kewney Stakes at Flemington this Saturday March 12, 2011.
Last year’s VRC Crown Oaks winner has been placed in the Kewney Stakes by trainer Mike Moroney, believing it will be the perfect first-up race.
“It’s good prize money ($500,000) …
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