News About: Cedarberg
Mornington trainer Pat Carey is looking for a free entry into this year’s Group 1 $2.5m BMW Caulfield Cup(2400m) at Caulfield in October with one of a possible four runners in the Listed $350,000 Mornington Cup (2400m) at Mornington on Wedensday.
The Melbourne …
Talented three-year-old Delago’s Lad was the victim to a suspected heart attack this morning whilst completing his track work at Mornington Racecourse.
The Delago Brom gelding, who was trained by John McArdle, was in the process of pulling up from his workout when he collapsed and …
Maluckyday is on the verge of beginning his spring carnival campaign after having a three month spell following his seventh placing in The BMW behind the ill-fated Cedarberg in the autumn.
The five-year-old gelding finished fourth in a 900 metre barrier trial at …
This year’s The BMW winner Cedarberg has died of a heart attack after completing routine trackwork at Moonee Valley this morning.
The Pat Carey-trained gelding is believed to have died instantly after he collapsed and collided with the running rail while on …
Trainer Pat Carey will race the talented Cedarberg this spring knowing that he is assured of a start in both the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups.
The five-year-old gelding qualified for the two prestigious spring carnival features when he won the $2.25 million The BMW …
It started off by going to script but Golden Slipper Day at Rosehill Gardens is making the bookies very rich after some big upsets in the first few races.
Golden Slipper emergency Do You Think was a big backed favourite in Race #1 The Schweppervesence and delivered the goods, winning easily to take his record …
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