News About: Diamond Earth
When three-year-old filly Peron makes her Group 1 debut in the $500,000 Tattersall’s Tiara (1400m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday, she will do so as one of the least experienced runners in the field.
But that shouldn’t matter.
Experience has counted for little …
Trainer Anthony Cummings will limit his speedster Diamond Earth to 1000m this preparation as she kicks off her Autumn campaign in the $85,000 Onemorenomore First Crop Handicap (1000m) at Warwick Farmtomorrow.
Cummings considers the 1000m is Diamond Earth’s pet …
Sydney filly Diamond Earth is returning to Melbourne on Saturday in bid to secure a place in the $1m Blue Diamond Stakes.
The Anthony Cummings trained two year old is no stranger to Melbourne having won the $250,000 Microflite Helicopters Inglis Banner (1000m) at Moonee Valley on October 11 last year.
And if she can …
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 …
Jockey Peter Robl put a troubled year behind when piloting tiny two-year-old Diamond Earth to victory in the $254,000 Inglis Nursery (1000m) at Warwick Farm today.
The experience hoop spent much of the year on the sidelines after being suspended on gambling related charges for 12 months last November.
Diamond Earth was the most experienced …
Race experience, blinkers and a sighting of Moonee Valley on Tuesday all made a winning difference for Diamond Earth in the Microflite Inglis Banner two-year-old (1000m) at Moonee Valley today.
The $60,000 purchased picked up $145,000 at just her second race start after landing in front and proving more tractable than her opponents.…
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