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Hayes Confident Criterion Can Run Melbourne Cup Trip

Hayes Confident Criterion Can Run Melbourne Cup Trip

27 Oct, 2015

He was bred to win the Golden Slipper not to run two miles, but co-trainer David Hayes believes that Criterion may be better suited over the 3200 metres of the 2015 Melbourne Cup then he was in the Cox Plate.

Criterion had casual canter around Flemington at Breakfast With The Stars this morning. Photo by: …

Underwood Stakes 2015: One-Eyed Blinker To Help Dibayani

Underwood Stakes 2015: One-Eyed Blinker To Help Dibayani

25 Sep, 2015

David Hayes has confirmed that Dibayani will wear a one-eyed blinker when he contests the 2015 Underwood Stakes and the leading trainer is hopeful that the gear change will help the imported galloper get on the right leg in the Group 1 event at Caulfield tomorrow.

Dibayani chased home Mourino and The Cleaner in the …

Melbourne Cup Winner Vintage Crop Passes Away

Melbourne Cup Winner Vintage Crop Passes Away

14 Jul, 2014

1993 Melbourne Cup winner and influential stayer Vintage Crophas passed away at the age of 27.

The success of Vintage Crop is one of the major reasons that the Melbourne Cup has been dominated by European-trained stayers in recent years. Photo by: Taron Clarke

Vintage Crop made his racing debut in 1991 under the care …

Talent Show’s Perth Cup win no surprise for Ballantyne

Talent Show’s Perth Cup win no surprise for Ballantyne

2 Jan, 2013

The win of longshot Talent Show in the Group 2 $500,000 Golden River Developments Perth Cup (2400m) at Ascot yesterday might have surprised most, but didn’t surprise trainer Graeme Ballantyne.

Jarrad Noske rode champion mare Black Caviar, above, in her first two wins. Photo by Taron Clarke

Talent Show started at the juicy odds of …

Local Trainers Criticise Melbourne Cup Ballot Conditions

Local Trainers Criticise Melbourne Cup Ballot Conditions

29 Oct, 2012

Local trainers are weighing into the Melbourne Cup entry requirements debate, arguing that international stayers are being given too great a preference in the race.

With Australian horses having to fulfil more qualifying conditions than their overseas counterparts, trainers like Peter Moody and David Hayes are finally having their say.

Moody believes that the form …

Americain – Hayes decision after Zipping

Americain – Hayes decision after Zipping

5 Nov, 2011

Trainer David Hayes will know after Americain runs in the $250,000 Zipping Classic (2400m) at Sandown on November 12 whether he will train the horse next year.

Hayes’ name has been bandied about as a possible trainer for the 2010 Melbourne Cup winner who will race in Australia after a hit and run trip to …

Injury Forces Melbourne Cup Contender Alcopop Out Of Spring

Injury Forces Melbourne Cup Contender Alcopop Out Of Spring

19 Oct, 2011

Alcopop will miss the remaining Spring Carnival due to injury

Melbourne Cup hopeful Alcopop has had his spring campaign ended after the horse was found to have sustained a slab fracture in his near-fore knee.

The injury, which is likely to require surgery, is believed to have occurred during the gelding’s last start Caulfield Stakes …