News About: Gerry Ryan
The Darren Weir-trained Signoff will have a very light autumn campaign next year, making only a few “cameo” appearances in a bid to be fighting fit for the spring where the four-year-old gelding will aim to win the $6.2 million Group 1 Emirates Melbourne Cup (3200m), which he finished a commendable fourth in this year.…
The Darren Weir-trained Signoff secured the final place on the 2014 Melbourne Cup field on Saturday after winning the Group 3 Lexus Stakes (2500m) at Flemington Racecourse.
The winner of the Lexus Stakes earns …
Puissance De Lune has started his spring carnival on a high with a stunning win over 1,400 metres in the Group 2 PB Lawrence Stakes at Caulfield.
The talented grey had no dramas over …
Melbourne Cup winning owner Gerry Ryan has his eyes set on another victory in Australia’s greatest race after his new staying star Puissance De Lune scored a stunning win at Flemington last Saturday.
Ryan has found an immediate …
The new trainer of Americain will announce tomorrow.
Three trainers are at the top of the list – David Hayes, Anthony Freedman and Darren Weir.
Each of these trainers are favoured above others as they have rural properties which the owners believe is the best environment for galloper formerly trained in France by Alain de …
No firm plans have been made about the future of star stayer Americain who toyed with a small field to win the 2011 Group 2 Zipping Classic (2400m) at Sandown Hillside today.
Part owner Kevin Bamford said he will sit down with fellow owner Gerry Ryan and nut …
Trainer David Hayes will know after Americain runs in the $250,000 Zipping Classic (2400m) at Sandown on November 12 whether he will train the horse next year.
Hayes’ name has been bandied about as a possible trainer for the 2010 Melbourne Cup winner who will race in Australia after a hit and run trip to …
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