News About: Chairmans Sprint
Trainer Robert Heathcote has cancelled a Royal Ascot mission for Buffering and the seven times Group 1 winner will return to Queensland to prepare for a 2016 Spring Carnival campaign after running in the Group 1 HK$10,000,000 Chairman’s Sprint (1200m) at Sha Tin in Hong Kong on May 1.
Chautauqua produced a simply outstanding turn-of-foot to record a devastating victory in the 2016 TJ Smith Stakes at Royal Randwick this afternoon.
Jockey Tommy Berry settled Chautauqua at the tail of the field in the early …
Queensland sprinting star Buffering will chase more international Group 1 wins in Hong Kong and possibly Royal Ascot after scoring a dominant win in the Group 1 US$1m Al Quoz Sprint (1000m) at Meydan in Dubai last Saturday night.
Co-trainer Wayne Hawkes has revealed that the 2016 T.J. Smith Stakes is set to be the major Autumn Racing Carnival goal for Chautauqua.
Chautauqua has not been seen at the …
Buffering took his career prizemoney to over the $6 million mark with a comfortable victory in the 2016 Magic Millions QTIS Plate at the Gold Coast this afternoon.
Buffering went into the Magic Millions QTIS …
The 2016 Magic Millions QTIS Plate Field has been released and six-time Group 1 winner Buffering is set to carry the top weight of 61 kilograms in the $1 million event at the Gold Coast on Saturday.
Veteran hoop Brett Prebble has been booked to ride Nostradamus in the 2014 Golden Rose Stakes, but the talented colt is still no certainty to contest the Group 1 event at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday.
Australian jockey Zac Purton hopes to continue on his winning way at Sha Tin on Sunday in the The Group 1 Chairman’s Sprint.
Purton is back aboard the Danny Chum trained Little Bridge in the HK$4.5m 1200m Sprint replacing French jockey Gerald Mosse.
Mosse has ridden Little Bridge at his last three starts including a …
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