News About: Jimmy Choux
New Zealand 2000 Guineas winner Turn Me Loose is set to make his Australian racing debut in the 2015 Hobartville Stakes at Rosehill Gardens on February 21.
Turn Me Loose made his racing debut under the …
Top Melbourne jockey Glen Boss will be back aboard Ocean Park when the Gary Hennessy trained Group 1 winning Kiwi galloper returns to Australia for the Spring.
Boss teamed up with Ocean Park in the Autumn when narrowly beaten by Laser Hawk in the Group 1 $500,000 Flinders Lane Rosehill Guineas (2000m) at Rosehill on …
Top New Zealand Group 1 perfomers King Mufhasa and Guiseppina are set to clash on their home turf in the Group 1 NZ$200,000 Makfi Challenge Stakes (1400m) at Hawke’s Bay, Hastings tomorrow before heading over to Australia for the remainder of the Spring.
Former Kiwi galloper Rock ‘N’ Pop is set to reignite the successful association of Sydney’s glamour trainer Gai Waterhouse and New Zealand owner David Ellis when he kicks off his Spring campaign at Warwick Farm tomorrow.
New Zealand 2000 Guineas winner and Derby runner up, Rock ‘N’ Pop is set to step out for the …
Rosehill Guineas winner Jimmy Choux will make a one off appearance at the Sydney Autumn Carnival in the Group 1 $500,000 Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2000m) at Randwick on April 28.
Trainer John Bary will kick off the multiple Group 1 winner in the Group 1 Easter Handicap over 1600m at Ellerslie on April 14 before …
New Zealand galloper King Mufhasa’s chances of winning his ninth Group 1 at Caulfield on Saturday escalated when it was announced that super mare Black Caviar was being sent to the spelling paddock.
Trainer Peter Moody made the Group 1 $500,000 Futurity Stakes (1400m) more achievable for everybody when he decided to give Black Caviar …
Jimmy Choux had the support of two nations when he went to the Hong Kong International meet at the end of last year but he just couldn’t keep up the frantic pace he’d shown throughout his prep.
He was by no means disgraced by his performance but it certainly looked like that of a tired …
Trainer Trevor Bailey has decided to uproot his Queensland stables and relocate to Newcastle in New South Wales.
Bailey was based at Gold Coast racecourse but has decided that the future of racing down south appears much brighter.
The trainer made his final decision to move his successful stable after his horse’s connections urged him …
- Chris Waller
- Melbourne Cup
- Gai Waterhouse
- Cox Plate
- Caulfield Cup
- Peter Moody
- Golden Slipper
- Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival
- Hugh Bowman
- Doncaster Mile
- Stradbroke Handicap
- Black Caviar
- Damien Oliver
- Queen Elizabeth Stakes
- Darren Weir
- Peter Snowden
- Caulfield Guineas
- Craig Williams
- James McDonald
- Blue Diamond Stakes
- Newmarket Handicap
- David Hayes