News About: Doriemus

Red Cadeaux to retire at Living Legends

Red Cadeaux to retire at Living Legends

9 Nov, 2015

Three times Melbourne Cup runner up Red Cadeaux is recovering from fetlock surgery and will be retired to Living Legends to join several other Melbourne Cup heroes.

Grand English stayer Red Cadeaux will retire to Living Legends. Photo by Ultimate Racing Photos.

The English stayer had become a favourite with Australian racegoers because of his …

Melbourne Cup Barrier Draw No Issue For Our Ivanhowe

Melbourne Cup Barrier Draw No Issue For Our Ivanhowe

1 Nov, 2015

Our Ivanhowe was allocated gate 22 at the 2015 Melbourne Cup barrier draw last night, but trainer Lee Freedman believes that the barrier draw is irrelevant for the $6 million event that will be held at Flemington on Tuesday.

Ben Melham has been booked to partner Our Ivanhowe in the 2015 Melbourne Cup. Photo by: …

Freedman Believes Our Ivanhowe Can Be The Caulfield Cup Winner

Freedman Believes Our Ivanhowe Can Be The Caulfield Cup Winner

15 Oct, 2015

Lee Freedman knows what it takes to train a Caulfield Cup winner and he would not be surprised if Our Ivanhowe delivered him a fifth win in the time-honoured event at Caulfield on Saturday.

Ben Melham has been booked to ride Our Ivanhowe in the 2015 Caulfield Cup this weekend. Photo by: Daniel Costello

Our …

Guardini Could Contest Caulfield Cup

Guardini Could Contest Caulfield Cup

22 Jul, 2015

Co-trainer Lee Freedman has confirmed that the 2015 Caulfield Cup is a possible target for promising German stayer Guardini.

Guardini has European form round 2014 Cox Plate winner Adelaide and could contest the 2015 Caulfield Cup. Photo by: Sarah Ebbett

Guardini stamped himself as a horse to follow when he took out the Group 3 …

Melbourne Cup Winner Doriemus Passes Away

Melbourne Cup Winner Doriemus Passes Away

12 Jan, 2015

1995 Melbourne Cup winner Doriemus passed away yesterday after injuring his near side hoof in a paddock accident at the Living Legends Facility for retired champion racehorses.

Damien Oliver steered Doriemus to victory in the 1995 edition of the Melbourne Cup. Photo by: Race Horse Photos Australia

Doriemus was taken to the Melbourne University Equine …

Java first winner for new Freedman partnership

Java first winner for new Freedman partnership

2 Dec, 2014

Godolphin owned Java will be remembered as the first winner for the newly formed training partnership between Lee Freedman and his brother Anthony when the three year old won at Kilmore today.

Lee Freedman,left, has teamed up with his brother Anthony to train their first winner for their new partnership with Java winning at Kilmore. …

Oliver to ride Mutual Regard in the Melbourne Cup

Oliver to ride Mutual Regard in the Melbourne Cup

22 Oct, 2014

Jockey Damien Oliver will ride high profile Irish stayer Mutual Regard in the Group 1 $6m Emirates Melbourne Cup (3200m) at Flemington on the first Tuesday in November.

Damien Oliver has been booked to ride Irish stayer Mutual Regard in the Melbourne Cup. Photo by Race Horse Photos Australia.

Hugh Bowman had been in the …

OTI Thrilled To Have Lidari In Caulfield Cup Field

OTI Thrilled To Have Lidari In Caulfield Cup Field

15 Oct, 2014

OTI Racing Director Terry Henderson is thrilled to have Lidari in the 2014 Caulfield Cup field and is confident that the imported galloper is a genuine winning chance in the Group 1 event at Caulfield on Saturday.

Lidari has been one of the best backed runners in 2014 Caulfield Cup betting markets. Photo by: Race …

Weld Pays Tribute To Vintage Crop

Weld Pays Tribute To Vintage Crop

15 Jul, 2014

Leading Irish trainer Dermot Weld has paid tribute to the recently deceased Vintage Crop and named the 1993 Melbourne Cup winner as a true pioneer of ‘the race that stops a nation’.

Dermot Weld has not had a runner in the Melbourne Cup since Galileo's Choice finished behind Green Moon in the 2012 edition of …

Melbourne Cup Winner Vintage Crop Passes Away

Melbourne Cup Winner Vintage Crop Passes Away

14 Jul, 2014

1993 Melbourne Cup winner and influential stayer Vintage Crophas passed away at the age of 27.

The success of Vintage Crop is one of the major reasons that the Melbourne Cup has been dominated by European-trained stayers in recent years. Photo by: Taron Clarke

Vintage Crop made his racing debut in 1991 under the care …