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Chautauqua Returns to Work Ahead of 2016 Spring Carnival

Chautauqua Returns to Work Ahead of 2016 Spring Carnival

8 Aug, 2016

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.

Champion sprinter Chautauqua has returned to Team Hawkes’ Rosehill stables ahead of the 2016 Spring Carnival. Photo: Steve Hart

Chautauqua has undoubtedly been the stable star for …

The Cynic No Certainty for Sir John Monash Stakes

The Cynic No Certainty for Sir John Monash Stakes

13 Jul, 2016

Trainer Patrick Payne has revealed latest stable acquisition The Cynic is no certainty to line up for Saturday’s Group 3 Sir John Monash Stakes (1100m), despite confirming the gelding in the race’s field this morning.

Patrick Payne has revealed The Cynic may not take his place in Saturday’s Sir John Monash Stakes. Photo: Daniel Costello…

Chautauqua Arrives Safely in Hong Kong

Chautauqua Arrives Safely in Hong Kong

19 Apr, 2016

Star sprinter Chautauqua has arrived in Hong Kong in good order ahead of his appearance in the Group 1 Chairman’s Sprint (1200m) at Sha Tin Racecourse on May 1st.

Chautauqua has arrived in Hong Kong safely ahead of the Group 1 Chairman’s Sprint on May 1st. Photo: Steve Hart

Chautauqua has undoubtedly been …

Hong Kong Campaign Starts at Caulfield for Happy Galaxy

Hong Kong Campaign Starts at Caulfield for Happy Galaxy

9 Jul, 2013

An international campaign in Hong Kong later this year is on the cards for the flying Team Hawkes-trained colt Happy Galaxy who resumes racing and kicks off their new season prep at Caulfield this Saturday.

Happy Galaxy kicks off a Hong Kong campaign at Caulfield this Saturday. Photo: Steve Hart.

Prepared by father and sons …

International Racing A Possibility for Linton

International Racing A Possibility for Linton

11 Jun, 2013

How quickly things can change.

Linton could be tested on the international stage. Photo by: Daniel Costello.

On Saturday Linton was considered almost no hope at $26 in the Stradbroke Handicap.

Now, after an emphatic victory in Queensland’s most prestigious race, connections are weighing up whether to contest the Cox Plate or test the six-year-old …

Shoot Out and King Mufhasa Accept for Hong Kong

Shoot Out and King Mufhasa Accept for Hong Kong

18 Apr, 2013

Chris Waller’s multiple Group 1 winner Shoot Out and New Zealand veteran King Mufhasa are the only Australasian acceptors for the Group 1 Champions Mile (1600m) at Sha Tin on May 5.

Shoot Out could head to Hong Kong for the Champions Mile. Photo by: Steve Hart.

Neither are confirmed starters but both certainly have …

All Too Hard Entered for Hong Kong Champions Mile

All Too Hard Entered for Hong Kong Champions Mile

21 Mar, 2013

An Asian trip could be on the cards for All Too Hard who is one of five Australian horses entered for the Group 1 Champions Mile (1600m) in Hong Kong on May 5.

All Too Hard is one of five Australian horses entered for the Hong Kong Champions Mile. Photo by: Race Horse Photos Australia.…

All Too Hard to save the Farm with overseas success

All Too Hard to save the Farm with overseas success

16 Nov, 2012

A successful overseas campaign by Caulfield Guineas winner All Too Hard will go a long way to saving the crumbling empire of Nathan Tinkler’s huge Patinack Farm thoroughbred operation.

All Too Hard has been entered in the Dubai World Cup Carnival and could also go to Royal Ascot and Hong Kong. Photo by: Race Horse …

Pike back in Perth to secure jockey’s title

Pike back in Perth to secure jockey’s title

16 Jul, 2012

West Australian jockey William Pike will resume riding in Perth on Wednesday in a bid to secure this season’s jockey premiership after completing a three month riding stint in Hong Kong.

When Pike left for Hong Kong he had ridden sixty-seven metropolitan winners and looked like having an unbeatable lead and even though Peter Knuckey …

Lloyd to ride Startsmeup in Winter Stakes

Lloyd to ride Startsmeup in Winter Stakes

10 Jul, 2012

International jockey Jeff Lloyd will stick with Gold Coast sprinter Startsmeup in the Listed $100,000 Winter Stakes at Warwick Farm on Saturday.

Jeff Lloyd will partner Startsmeup again in the Winter Stakes - photo © Daniel Costello

Lloyd won on the Gillian Heinrich trained four year old at Ipswich in Class 6 company over 1100m …