News About: Hong Kong Sprint
Takedown has continued his scintillating run of form through the 2016 Spring Carnival at Randwick this afternoon; bobbing his head at the right time to beat Our Boy Malachi and Danish Twist on the line in the Group 2 Premiere Stakes (1200m).
Multiple Group 1 winner Chautauqua has returned to Team Hawkes’ stables at Rosehill ahead of a 2016 Spring Carnival campaign, to be geared towards the feature sprint races.
Chautauqua has undoubtedly been the stable star for …
The world’s number one sprinter Chautauqua will bypass the Group 1 ¥212,280,000 Sprinters Stakes (1200m) at Nakayama Racecourse in Japan on October 2 and a chance to win a US$1m bonus and concentrate on the Melbourne Spring Carnival before returning to Hong Kong in December.
Connections of sensational Chairman’s Sprint Prize winner Chautauqua will give up the opportunity to win a US$1m Global Sprint Challenge bonus and send the grey back to Australia to prepare for the Melbourne Spring Carnival.
Chautauqua was on track to …
Jockey Joao Moreira has revealed that he is keen to ride Peniaphobia quiet in the 2015 Hong Kong Sprint at Sha Tin on Sunday.
Peniaphobia has not recorded a race …
Trainer Ed Lynam believes that veteran sprinter Sole Power will need there to be plenty of early speed in the 2015 Hong Kong Sprint to be any chance in his fourth crack at the Group 1 event at Sha Tin on Sunday.
Co-trainer Wayne Hawkes has revealed that Chautauqua is now a 90% chance to contest the 2015 Hong Kong Sprint, but he remains adamant that he will not hesitate to pull the pin on the trip to Hong Kong.
Co-trainer Wayne Hawkes has confirmed that Chautauqua remains likely to make the trip to Hong Kong for the 2015 Hong Kong Sprint at Sha Tin on December 13.
Chautauqua suffered the first defeat of his 2015 Spring Racing Carnival campaign …
Chautauqua stamped himself as the best sprinter in the world with an arrogant victory in the 2015 Manikato Stakes at Moonee Valley tonight.
Chautauqua showed his typical lack of tactical speed and he …
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