News About: Induna
The 2013 Victoria Derby odds of former favourite Complacent have lengthened after he drew barrier 16 yesterday but jockey Kerrin McEvoy remains confident that the Authorized colt can give him his first ever win in the Group 1 event at Flemington on Saturday.
Sydney jockey Hugh Bowman made it back to back Victoria Derby wins with another Kiwi connection when Sangster won the Flemington $1.5m Group 1 feature.
One of the oldest races on the Australian calendar fell to a young trainer from Cambidge, Trent Busuttin.
It was a …
It is expected the Peter Snowdenyard is set for a big Derby day at Flemington.
The Darley trainer has the boss Sheikh Mohammed in town to see his thoroughbreds strut their stuff.
And the rain that Melbourne has received is only helping the situation.
In race one, Carbine Club Stakes, Galah is being back …
The dream of winning the Group 1 $1.5m Victoria Derby (2500m) is within reach of trainer Ron Leemon after Manawanui drew perfectly today for Saturday’s race.
Manawanui drew barrier eight and if the emergencies are withdrawn he will jump from six.
“I’m very happy, I picked …
Assistant trainer Paul Snowden has expressed his satisfaction with his Cox Plate runner Helmetgoing into tomorrow’s race.
Helmet, who won both the Caulfield Guineas Prelude and Caulfield Guineas in his past two starts, will be the only three-year-old in the $3 million race.…
Three-year-old Induna has propelled himself into Victoria Derby contention with a brilliant win in today’s Geelong Classic.
The Elusive Quality gelding won the race by three and a half lengths while running away from his opposition.
Assistant trainer Paul Snowden felt the dominant win was encouraging ahead of the $1 million Victoria Derby on October …
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