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2014 Perth Cup: Reed Chasing Maiden Group Victory With Kincaple

2014 Perth Cup: Reed Chasing Maiden Group Victory With Kincaple

31 Dec, 2013

Kincaple has been one of the best backed runners in 2014 Perth Cup betting markets and trainer Mike Reed is hopeful that the veteran gelding can deliver him his maiden win as a trainer at Group level.

Kincaple started his racing career under the care of Jim Conlan in Victoria, recording  wins at Cranbourne and …

Marden A Late Entry For 2014 Perth Cup

Marden A Late Entry For 2014 Perth Cup

30 Dec, 2013

Imported stayer Marden has been entered for the 2014 Perth Cup (2400m) after connections opted to pay the $11,000 late entry fee for the Group 2 event at Ascot on New Year’s Day.

Last-start winner Marden is set to have his first start for new trainer Adam Durrant in the Perth Cup on New Year's …

Ihtsahymn To The Paddock After Cox Stakes Win

Ihtsahymn To The Paddock After Cox Stakes Win

23 Dec, 2013

Talented gelding Ihtsahymn confirmed his status as the star of the 2013 Perth Summer Racing Carnival by recording his third straight win at Group level in the Group 2 Cox Stakes (2100m) at Ascot on Saturday.

Luckygray finished fifth behind Ihtsahymn in the Cox Stakes at Ascot on Saturday. Photo by: Race Horse Photos Australia…

Andrews Admits Luckygray Will Need Luck In Railway Stakes

Andrews Admits Luckygray Will Need Luck In Railway Stakes

22 Nov, 2013

Trainer Trevor Andrews admits that Luckygray will need plenty of luck to win the 2013 Railway Stakes at Ascot tomorrow but believes that the gelding is as fit as he can have him heading into the Group 1 event.

Luckygray is considered an outsider in 2013 Railway Stakes betting markets. Photo by: Race Horse Photos …

Perth Stayer Heading to Melbourne Spring

Perth Stayer Heading to Melbourne Spring

1 Jul, 2013

A strong return to form in the Group 3 Strickland Stakes (2000m) at Belmont Park on Saturday has Perth trainer Adam Durrant plotting a Melbourne spring path for Kincaple.

The seven-year-old was having just his second start since an injury-enforced layoff saw him spend 18-months on the sidelines.

But despite heading into the race on …

Kincaple’s racing career in doubt

Kincaple’s racing career in doubt

6 Jan, 2012

The future of Saturday’s Perth Cup flop Kincaple is in grave doubt after scans revealed the six-year-old had torn a suspensory ligament during the race.

Kincaple pulled up distressed and was found lame in the off-foreleg by the club vet following his shock 12th when $4.20 favourite behind Cup winner Western Jewel.

Part-owner and track …

Perth Cup betting reshuffle – Ranger scratched

Perth Cup betting reshuffle – Ranger scratched

23 Dec, 2011

The Perth Carnival’s unluckiest horse Ranger has been withdrawn from the $400,000 Group 2 Perth Cup (2400m) run on New Years’s Eve.

The Grant Williams-trained top weight was considered too disappointing in the C B Cox Stakes where he started the $1.80 favourite and finished third to God Has Spoken.

The withdrawal has forced a …

Houdini act – God has spoken wins Cox Stakes

Houdini act – God has spoken wins Cox Stakes

17 Dec, 2011

The Houdini of Perth,  Neville Parnham produced more magic to get God Has Spoken to win today’s Group 2 $225,000 Cox Stakes (2100m) at Ascot.

God Has Spoken went into the race without a win in five previous runs this season – he also went in with a myriad number of gear changes.

Parnham removed …

Ranger’s Cox Stakes determines Perth Cup start

Ranger’s Cox Stakes determines Perth Cup start

15 Dec, 2011

A decision on whether highly fancied Group 2 $400,000 Perth Cup candidate Ranger starts in 2400m feature on New Year’s Eve will be made after Saturday.

Prolific owner-breeder Bob Peters wants to see how the unlucky five-year-old performs in the Group 2 $225,000 Cox Stakes (2100m) at Ascot.

He is also contemplating the merits of …

Playing God wins 2011 Kingston Town Classic

Playing God wins 2011 Kingston Town Classic

3 Dec, 2011

The genius of trainer Neville Parnham turned the attitude of Playing God to enabled him to take a consecutive Group 1 $500,000 Kingston Town Classic (1800m) at Ascot today.

The four-year-old hadn’t won since February and had raced since August which took in Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival.

The best Playing God could manage in Melbourne …