News About: Geegees Blackflash
Genuine Lad turned-the-tables on veteran gelding Geegees Blackflash to win the 2015 Launceston Cup in Tasmania this afternoon.
Genuine Lad had little luck in running when he finished a fast-finishing second Geegees Blackflash in the Group …
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 …
Prevailing has produced a stunning last to first finish to win the Group 3 Launceston Cup this afternoon.
The five-year-old gelding won the race ahead of Geegees Blackflash, who was hoping to extend his stunning five run winning streak.
Geegees Blackflash performed gallantly under his top weight of 60 kilograms, however, could not hold on …
Norsqui will have to step up in grade if he plans to win the Group 2 Adelaide Cup at Morphettville on Monday March 12.
The five-year-old gelding will be looking to recreate the events of his last start, when he won the Listed Mornington Cup by two and a half lengths.
The win earned him …
Geegees Blackflash will attempt to continue his impressive winning streak in today’s Launceston Cup in Tasmania.
The five-year-old gelding will go into the race being unbeaten over his five race starts this preparation, with the most recent being the Group 3 Hobart Cup on February 12.
Geegees Blackflash has drawn barrier nine for the race …
Geegees Blackflash is staking his claims for a trip to the mainland later in the year as the Tasmanian runner continues his domination of the local fields.
He’ll go into the Group 3 Hobart Cup as a big favourite and if successful there connections will surely consider a crack at the richer staying events during …
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