News About: Caloundra

Tattersall’s Mile Option for Glasshouse Winner Flamboyer

Tattersall’s Mile Option for Glasshouse Winner Flamboyer

4 Jul, 2016

Gold Coast trainer Kelly Doughty is looking at a return to Brisbane later this month with her in-form galloper Flamboyer for a shot at the Tattersall’s Mile after his Glasshouse Handicap win on the Sunshine Coast over the weekend.

Glasshouse Handicap winner Flamboyer could run in the Tattersall’s Mile on Doomben at the end of …

Anagold After Ipswich – Caloundra Cup Double

Anagold After Ipswich – Caloundra Cup Double

24 Jun, 2013

After taking out the Ipswich Cup as a $40 outsider last start, Bryan Guy’s Gold Coast-based mare Anagold will now travel up to the Sunshine Coast this Saturday for the $200,00 Listed Yalumba Caloundra Cup (2400m).

Ipswich Cup winner Anagold backs up in Saturday's Caloundra Cup at the Sunshine Coast.

Seeking the same double the …

Electric Adnocon Faces Glasshouse Concerns

Electric Adnocon Faces Glasshouse Concerns

1 Jul, 2011

Adnocon is in good shape going into the Glasshouse Handicap

After defending his Eye Liner Stakes title against a Listed field at Ipswich first up for this prep, few could argue that Adnocon looks the goods going into the Glasshouse Stakes at Caloundra tomorrow.

Last year he fell only a length short of completing the …

Mystical Grey Flying Into The Glasshouse

Mystical Grey Flying Into The Glasshouse

1 Jul, 2011

If you like to back a horse based on momentum then in the Glasshouse Handicap tomorrow on the Sunshine Coast there’s pretty much only one option.

Mystical Grey has proved to be a revelation in 2011 and at six years old few saw this one coming at all.

One man who was at the very …

Lyons Chooses Caloundra For Drenalin Shot

Lyons Chooses Caloundra For Drenalin Shot

30 Jun, 2011

James Lyons has locked in his decision for this weekend with Drenalin set to start at home on the Sunshine Coast instead of travelling south.

Drenalin was a dual acceptor for both the Glasshouse Handicap at Caloundra and the Civic Stakes at Rosehill Gardens.

Lyons said it was a tough choice between the two but …

O’Brien Could Become Legend With 1st QLD Start

O’Brien Could Become Legend With 1st QLD Start

30 Jun, 2011

He’s been riding on the New South Wales Central Coast since 1997 but amazingly Chris O’Brien has never once had a race start in Queensland.

The former New Zealand apprentice will change that this weekend though when he climbs aboard Viking Legend in the $200,000 Listed Glasshouse Handicap at the Sunshine Coast.

O’Brien is probably …

Spechenka Desperate For Caloundra Revival

Spechenka Desperate For Caloundra Revival

29 Jun, 2011

Spechenka will be hoping for a form revival in the Caloundra Cup

Spechenka is a name which plenty expected to see a lot of over the Brisbane Winter Carnival but things just haven’t gone to plan for the horse and connections.

Trainer Ben Ahrens says it’s been a terribly frustrating six month period but he’s …

McLachlan Phelan Ready For Comeback Win

McLachlan Phelan Ready For Comeback Win

28 Jun, 2011

Phelan Ready will continue their impressive comeback in the Glasshouse Handicap

Phelan Ready made one of the most impressive comebacks of the season in the QTC Cup and while he didn’t quite win the race he certainly turned many heads.

He hasn’t raced since that tight second to Woorim at Eagle Farm almost four weeks …

Adnocon Has Eye In Before Glasshouse Assault

Adnocon Has Eye In Before Glasshouse Assault

20 Jun, 2011

Adnocon took out the Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich

Adnocon made it back to back Eye Liner Stakes in Ipswich on Saturday victories but he won’t be after a repeat of last year’s result in the Glasshouse Handicap.

The horse will travel to Caloundra in two week’s time where he’ll be looking to go one …