News About: Daniel Morton
Perth’s leading jockey William Pike has selected Arcadia Dream as his mount for the Group 2 $400,000 Schweppes W.A.T.C Derby (2400m) at Ascot in Perth on Saturday.
Pike had to choose between the Grant Williams trained stablemates W.A. Oaks winner First Impressions, last start beaten Oaks favourite Arcadia Dream and Heart Starter.
The runaway leader …
An outstanding ride from Jerry Noske has helped Man Booker record the biggest win of his racing career to date in the 2015 Western Australian Guineas at Ascot this afternoon.
Man Booker was settled just behind the speed by Noske in the early stages of the Western Australian Guineas and she outrode Craig Williams in …
Watermans Bay has been backed into 2015 Winterbottom Stakes odds of $7.50 and trainer Daniel Morton is confident that the talented sprinter will be suited by the hot speed in the early stages of the Group 1 event at Ascot on Saturday.
Trainer Daniel Morton admits that Watermans Bay faces a tough challenge in the 2015 Black Caviar Lightning Stakes at Flemington on Saturday, but is looking forward to seeing how the talented sprinter fares against the likes of Deep Field and Lankan Rupee.
New stable acquisition Bliss Street will boost Caulfield trainer Stuart Webb’s Spring stocks and join stable star Yosei in the quest for more feature race riches.
Bliss Street has only recently joined the Webb stable …
Trainer Colin Webster is looking to his filly Pop Culture taking out this year’s WA Oaks – WATC Derby double, emulating Dreamaway who took out the feature double last year.
Dreamaway was trained by Grant Williams and ridden by William Pike in last year’s double and Pop Culture gets her chance to repeat that feat …
Perth filly Bliss Street is off to Melbourne for the Autumn Carnival win or lose in tomorrow’s Magic Millions Trophy at Ascot.
Trainer Daniel Morton is keen to get his filly to Melbourne but conceded that she might be a little bit underdone when she steps out in the $96,000 R.M. Williams Magic Millions Perth …
In what would be a truly remarkable story veteran galloper Scenic Blast is back in Australia ahead of perhaps his toughest campaign to date.
The seven year old gelding has battled his way through Australia, Great Britain, Japan, Hong Kong and the USA but is now back in work for Dan Morton and gunning for …
- Chris Waller
- Melbourne Cup
- Gai Waterhouse
- Cox Plate
- Caulfield Cup
- Peter Moody
- Golden Slipper
- Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival
- Hugh Bowman
- Doncaster Mile
- Stradbroke Handicap
- Black Caviar
- Damien Oliver
- Queen Elizabeth Stakes
- Darren Weir
- Peter Snowden
- Caulfield Guineas
- Craig Williams
- James McDonald
- Blue Diamond Stakes
- Newmarket Handicap
- David Hayes