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Steeplechase Options For King Of Dudes Following Grand National Hurdle

Steeplechase Options For King Of Dudes Following Grand National Hurdle

13 Jul, 2015

Trainer Aaron Purcell has revealed both the Grand National Steeplechase and the JJ Houlahan Hurdle are both on the agenda for King Of Dudes following his victory in the 2015 Grand National Hurdle at Warrnambool yesterday afternoon.

King Of Dudes (inside at Flemington on June 28) recorded the biggest win of his racing career to …

Stand To Gain Records Brave Galleywood Hurdle Victory

Stand To Gain Records Brave Galleywood Hurdle Victory

6 May, 2015

2011 Sydney Cup winner Stand To Gain fought back after being headed by Zuhayr to record an extremely brave victory in the 2015 Galleywood Hurdle at Warrnambool this afternoon.

Stand To Gain (pictured at Sandown in 2013) returned to winning form with a brave performance in the Galleywood Hurdle. Photo by: Race Horse Photos Australia…

Dry Track Key For Beer Garden In Galleywood Hurdle

Dry Track Key For Beer Garden In Galleywood Hurdle

6 May, 2015

Beer Garden will contest the 2015 Galleywood Hurdle at Warrnambool this afternoon and trainer Dan O’Sullivan believes that a dry track is key to the chances of the talented hurdler in the $100,000 race.

Beer Garden and Urban Explorer will do battle again in the 2015 Galleywood Hurdle at Warrnambool this afternoon. Photo by: Jenny …

Payne Pleased With Fieldmaster Heading Into The Australian Hurdle

Payne Pleased With Fieldmaster Heading Into The Australian Hurdle

29 May, 2014

Talented jumper Fieldmaster stamped himself as a leading contender for the 2014 Australian Hurdle with a dominant 20 lengths victory at Sandown on May 11 and trainer Patrick Payne believes that the gelding has taken a huge confidence boost from the emphatic win.

Fieldmaster was flawless over the jumps at her last start in the …

Hurdy Gurdy Man to Chase Tasmanian Cups Double

Hurdy Gurdy Man to Chase Tasmanian Cups Double

26 Feb, 2013

Hobart Cup winner Hurdy Gurdy Man will chase his second Tasmanian feature race on Wednesday after trainer Darren Weir chose to make a return trip to Australia’s southern most state for the Group 3 $225,000 Launceston Cup (2400m).

The five-year-old bolted home to win by more than a length when favourite in the Hobart Cup …