News About: He’s Remarkable
Luckygray may not have fired in Melbourne during the 2013 Spring Racing Carnival but returned to his best form with an impressive win in the 2013 Railway Stakes (1600m) at Ascot this afternoon.
Trainer Trevor Andrews admits that Luckygray will need plenty of luck to win the 2013 Railway Stakes at Ascot tomorrow but believes that the gelding is as fit as he can have him heading into the Group 1 event.
The appeal from connections of He’s Remarkable to overturn the Railway Stakes decision has failed before it even got off the ground.
Connections launched the bid after the felt they were wrongly stripped of the $1 million Group 1 title during November last year in Perth.
Today though the WA Racing Penalties Appeal Tribunal threw …
The Newcastle Newmarket Handicap has been confirmed as the first up test for kiwi star He’s Remarkable as he prepares for a crucial autumn carnival.
The horse showed at the end of the spring that he was in career best form but had his Group 1 snatched away in the cruellest of fashions.
He was …
It’s easy to get stuck in the past with He’s Remarkable given the Railway Stakes appeal continues to hang over his head.
In fact that issue will again become big news next Tuesday when a hearing is held to determine whether or not the team have leave to appeal.
For those that missed it He’s …
The drama surrounding the Railway Stakes protest will drag on even further with owners of He’s Remarkable now almost certain to take the matter to court.
They have sought leave to appeal the decision where stewards stripped him of the win in favour of the second placed Luckygray due to interference at the 600m mark.…
The Kiwi connections of He’s Remarkable have given reasons to the WA Racing Penalties Appeal Tribunal on why they believe an appeal hearing should be held on the Group 1 $1m Railway Stakes (1600m).
After fortnight of deliberation, the owners went ahead with the procedure that they hope will have He’s Remarkable reinstated as the …
The owners of Luckygray are currently waiting with baited breath as the connection of He’s Remarkable decide today whether or not to launch an appeal against the protest that lost them the $1 million Railway Stakes in Perth on November 19.
He’s Remarkable originally won the Railway Stakes, however, a protest lodged by Luckygray’s jockey …
A decision on whether to appeal the West Australian stewards’ 2011 Railway Stakes controversial verdict will be made by the connections of He’s Remarkable by Friday.
Trainer Roger James and owners Gerard Peterson, Rod Baulcomb and John Struthers are expected to meet on Thursday to discuss the matter.
The WA Racing Penalties Appeal Tribunal will …
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