News About: John Bary
Trainer John Bary is confident that talented filly Miss Selby will not just be making up the numbers in the 2014 Australian Oaks field at Royal Randwick on Saturday.
Miss Selby has …
New Zealand-trained mares Viadana and Recite are both set to contest the 2014 Queen Of The Turf Stakes (1500m) at Royal Randwick next Saturday after finishing first and second in the Group 1 New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes (1600m) at Te Aroha on April 5.
Hastings trainer John Bary believes his four year old Survived is in the right frame of mind to win back to back Group 1s when he lines up in the Group 1 NZ$200,000 Windsor Park Plate (1600m) at Hastings on Saturday.
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 …
Australasia’s chance of gaining Hong Kong International success took a turn for the better when its lone representative Jimmy Choux drew barrier two in $A2.5m Hong Kong Mile today.
The four-year-old entire’s extended campaign seems on track after a pleasing piece of trackwork at Sha Tin yesterday under the eye of trainer John Bary.
Trainer John Bary says everything is on track for star galloper Jimmy Choux going into next Sunday’s Hong Kong International Mile.
The Kiwi galloper will be the lone horse from Australasia to compete at the four-race rich International meet at Sha Tin.
Jimmy Choux flew to Hong Kong from Melbourne last week and Bary reports …
Australian have a habit of claiming New Zealanders as their own when they’re doing well and then passing them back when they’re not quite as successful.
It was without doubt then that with no genuine Australian horse at the Hong Kong International meeting Jimmy Choux was going to become an Aussie for a day.
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