News About: Gary Hennessy
Big race jockey Glen Boss has missed out on the chance to accompany Cox Plate winner Ocean Park on a Northern Hemisphere campaign with English ride Johnny Murtagh being confirmed to take over the reins.
Boss has been overlooked by trainer Gary Hennessy and Murtagh will get his first feel of the multiple Group 1 …
Kiwi trainer Gary Hennessy will look to add another Group 1 victory to Ocean Park’s resume at Flemington next Saturday after the four year old kept his perfect Spring record intact with a win in the Group 1 $3m Sportingbet Cox Plate (2040m) at Moonee Valley today.
Top Melbourne jockey Glen Boss will be back aboard Ocean Park when the Gary Hennessy trained Group 1 winning Kiwi galloper returns to Australia for the Spring.
Boss teamed up with Ocean Park in the Autumn when narrowly beaten by Laser Hawk in the Group 1 $500,000 Flinders Lane Rosehill Guineas (2000m) at Rosehill on …
New Zealand three year old Ocean Park won’t run in today’s Group 1 $1.5m David Jones Australian Derby (2400m) at Randwick after trainer Gary Hennessy detected swelling in one of his joints.
Ocean Park was vying for favouritism with Kiwi filly Silent Achiever and the Gai Waterhouse trained Laser Hawk, but will fly back home …
New Zealand three year old Rock ’N’ Pop will take his place in the Rosehill Guineas on Saturday after a strong gallop at Matamatta on Tuesday.
Trainer Jason Bridgman will load Rock ‘N’ Pop on a plane to Sydney on Wednesday after pleasing him in his final gallop before the Group 1 $500,000 Flinders Lane …
Matamata trainer Gary Hennessy was very pleased to see the sun shining when he arrived in Sydney with Australian Derby hopeful Ocean Park.
Hennessy took a huge gamble when he scratched Ocean Park from the Group 1 NZ$750,000 Telecom New Zealand Derby (2400m) at Ellerslie on March 3 because of the rain affected track and …
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