News About: Bauer
The 2013 Melbourne Cup lead-up form of Super Cool has been inconclusive but jockey Corey Brown believes that the Australian Cupwinner has had the ideal preparation for the $6 million Group 1 event.
OTI Racing have added another European galloper to their ranks with Group-level performer Pakal expected to arrive in Australia by the end of February.
The German-bred horse is a Group 1 runner-up and Group 3 winner in Europe who will be aimed at races between 1600 and 2000 metres.
“Delighted to advise that 4yo Pakal, …
Luca Cumani’s passion to win this year’s Melbourne Cup is already in the planning with OTI Racing owned stayers Mobaco and Irish galloper Moldowney being aimed at Australia’s greatest race.
Cumani thought he had the Cup in 2008 when Bauer went across the line locked together with the Bart Cummings trained Viewed with the Cups …
Ironstein has won the Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Flemington today, which was the last Group race on action-packed Emirates Stakes Day.
The Zabeel gelding won the $250,000 race by two lengths ahead of Shootoff and Paddy O’ Reilly.
Bauer, who was likely have his final start in the race, held on to post a gallant …
Bauer will compete in the Group 3 Queen Elizabeth Stakesat Flemington this Sunday in what is expected to be the swansong of his jubilant racing career.
The spritely nine-year-old missed out on a place in the Cup by just one …
British trainer Luca Cumani believes that his best chance of winning tomorrow’s Melbourne Cup was lost when nine-year-old Bauer missed out on a race in the field.
Bauer was left at 25th on the ballot when the final field of 24 horses were released last Saturday.
It came after Bauer finished sixth in the …
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