News About: Cavalry Rose
Natural ability was enough to carry Newcastle gelding Hidden Warrior to victory in the Group 3 Telstra PhoneWords Stakes (1200m) in his first test in the Melbourne direction at Moonee Valley today.
Leading Sydney jockey Nash Rawiller took advantage of Cavalry Rose’s early gate speed to let the filly lead all of the way in taking out the Group 3 $150,000 Thoroughbred Club Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield today.
Trainer Gerald Ryan, who made it an early winning double with his other smart filly Snitzerland winning the previous …
Superstar filly Samaready has drawn barrier 11 for Saturday’s $3.5 million Golden Slipper which will take place at Sydney’s Rosehill Gardens.
The unbeaten Mick Price-trained horse became outright favourite to win the world’s richest two-year-old race this morning following the withdrawal of Black Caviar’s half brother All Too Hard.
Randwick trainer John O’Shea has taken a safety first approach with his two year old Faustus and accepted in the Black Opal at Canberra in a bid to escape the wet tracks of Sydney.
Saturday’s Warwick Farm meeting will be on a high range heavy surface after early morning track work was postponed after parts …
Trainer Gerald Ryan will put his promising two-year-old Cavalry Rose to the test in the Listed Black Opal Stakes in Canberra this Sunday.
The Charge Forward filly will be having her third career start in the $250,000 race, after winning both her previous race starts in convincing fashion.
Cavalry Rose won the $250,000 Inglis Classic …
Cavalry Rose was the market mover for the Inglis Classic and didn’t she live up to expectations with an impressive victory in the two year old feature event.
She got the better of Diamond Earth late with both horses more than six lengths away from the next closest competitors.
This type of race was expected …
Gerald Ryan has been the most conspicuous trainer in the two year old ranks so far this year with multiple runners performing well across the east coast.
He presented one of the favourites, Amorino, at the Gold Coast Magic Millions and he’ll again be represented in restricted company tomorrow, this time with Cavalry Rose at …
Trainer David Payne is making the most of his opportunity to gain some early prize money with Risky Blonde and Chez Harmony in the Inglis Classic this Saturday.
The $250,000 race is open to horses who were purchased from the 2011 Inglis Classic Yearling Sale.
Payne said it was wise to enter horses into the …
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