News About: At First Sight
Darren Weir has At First Sight, Hurdy Gurdy Man and Mobaco in the 2014 Ballarat Cup field and the leading trainer believes that all three will need to improve on their recent form to be a winning chance in the Listed event this weekend.
The Peter Snowden stable’s wow of a time at Flemington Spring Carnival continued when two-year-old Applegatewon the opening race on Cup day – the Emirates Airlines (2YO) 1000m.
Having its first start the well-developed daughter of Exceed and Excel may have …
Lloyd William’s Mourayan has been a surprise late scratching from today’s Melbourne Cupat Flemington.
The six-year-old gelding pulled up slightly lame following his second place run behind Glass Harmonium in the Group 1 Mackinnon Stakes last start, however, was deemed as suitable to …
Niwot has been backed from $101 to $10 with most bookmakers to win the 2011 Group 1 $6m Melbourne Cup (3200m) at Flemington tomorrow.
The Hawkes team trained galloper was bet around Australia today tightening up from $13 to $10 with most organisations.
Before he qualified in the Melbourne Cup by winning Saturday’s Lexus Stakes …
While Cups King Bart Cummings believes Americain is the horse to beat in tomorrow’s 2011 $6m Group 1 Melbourne Cup (3200m) while big owner Lloyd Williams said he will struggle.
While Cummings has trained a record 12 Cup winners, Williams has owned three with both men a chance to add to their tallies with two …
Owners Nick and Lloyd Williams will still have three runners competing in the tomorrow’s Mackinnon Stakes en-route to Tuesday’s $6m Group 1 Melbourne Cup after today’s scratching of Linton in both events.
Midas Touch, Efficient and Mourayan will fly the Macedon Lodge flag and according to Nick Williams have a good chance in Group 1 …
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