News About: John Size
Trainer Anthony Cummings is confident that Thunder Fantasy will relish the wide Flemington track when he contests the Group 1 Cantala Stakes (1600m) on Saturday.
Thunder Fantasy began his racing career under Cummings’ care in early 2013, but the galloper …
Reigning premier jockey Douglas Whyte scored a Group 1 winning double when he scored on Akeed Mofeed in the Group 1 HK$22m Longines Hong Kong Cup (2000m) at Sha Tin on Sunday.
Whyte had saluted on Glorious Days for trainer John …
The John Size trained Glorious Days’ win in the Group 1 HK$20m Longines Hong Kong Mile (1600m) at Sha Tin on Sunday will help lift the spirits of champion rider Douglas Whyte.
Whyte’s reign as the leading Hong Kong jockey looks …
Trainer John Size is confident that Group 1 winner Glorious Days will run well first-up in the Group 1 Hong Kong Mile (1600m) at Sha Tin on Sunday.
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 …
The calls for Rocket Man ($4) to take on Black Caviar died quickly after the Singapore star lowered it colours in the Sprinters Stakes at Nakayama in Japan two starts back.
The winner of 18 of his 23 starts can redeem in the A$1.8m Hong Kong Sprint (1200m) at Sha Tin today but it won’t …
While Australia’s may be hoping Jimmy Choux($5) wins today’s Hong Kong Mile at Sha Tin for Australasia, truth is there no Aussie in the Kiwi – horse, jockey, trainer or owners.
Trainers John Size (Flying Blue ($21) and Sichuan Success ($8.50), John Moore (Xensions …
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