News About: Glen Boss
A good barrier draw will give Zanbagh a great chance to collect a Spring Carnival win in the Listed $150,000 Sportingbet Sandown Cup (3200m) at Sandown on Saturday.
Displaying an exceptional turn of foot down the famous Flemington straight to finish a close second to Hucklebuck in Saturday’s Group 1 Emirates Stakes (1600m), trainer Darren Weir has revealed he will not enter Lucky Hussler in the Group 1 Railway Stakes (1600m) on November 22nd despite the prospect of maiden success at the …
The John Thompson trained Hooked remains steady in the Emirates Stakes betting in what is going to develop into a wide open affair at Flemington on Saturday.
With six runners under double figure odds in the capacity sixteen …
Charging home to secure a particularly impressive third in yesterday’s Melbourne Cup 2014, trainer Chris Waller is confident of an even greater Who Shot Thebarman through the 2015 Australian racing calendar than that witnessed over the Spring Racing Carnival.
The 2014 Melbourne Cup lead-up from of Who Shot Thebarman came into question when he failed to fire in the Group 1 Caulfield Cup (2400m), but jockey Glen Boss is confident that the tough stayer can return to his best form in the Group 1 event this afternoon.
Signoff has snuck into the 2014 Melbourne Cup field with just 51 kilograms and trainer Darren Weir expects that jockey Joao Moreira will attempt to take advantage of the light weight by pressing forward on the progressing stayer in the early stages of the Group 1 event at Flemington on Saturday.
Finding particularly competitive form over the 2014 Spring Racing Carnival, classy kiwi import Who Shot Thebarman is so-far the punters’ pick of trainer Chris Waller’s three-pronged attack, firming noticeably in Melbourne Cup betting markets just over 24 hours from the Flemington feature race.
The 2014 Melbourne Cup odds of Signoff have been slashed during the week, but the promising stayer still needs to win the Group 3 Lexus Stakes (2500m) at Flemington on Saturday to be assured of a start in the $6 million event on Tuesday.
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