News About: Lamasery

Vandyke Full Of Confidence Heading Into The Metropolitan

Vandyke Full Of Confidence Heading Into The Metropolitan

2 Oct, 2013

Trainer David Vandyke is confident that progressive stayer Prince Cheri can give him a long-awaited Group 1 victory in The Metropolitan (2400m) at Royal Randwick on Saturday.

Prince Cheri will make his debut at Group 1 level in The Metropolitan at Royal Randwick on Saturday. Photo by: Steve Hart

Prince Cheri was backed into favouritism …

Rival trainers looking for good Doomben track

Rival trainers looking for good Doomben track

15 May, 2013

Rival trainers Leon Cortsens and David Vandyke are hoping for clear skies to ensure a good racing surface heading into Saturday’s Doomben Cup meeting.

Lamasery will need a good surface to be at his best in the Doomben Cup. Photo by Taron Clarke.

Corstens will saddle up Zabeelionaire and Vandyke will have Lamasery running in …

Lamasery has recovered well for Doomben Cup

Lamasery has recovered well for Doomben Cup

13 May, 2013

Doomben Cup hopeful Lamasery has recovered from a hard run in Group 2 $358,000 Wimmers Soft Drinks A. D. Hollindale Stakes (1800m) at the Gold Coast on May 4 and is ready to stand up and be counted on Saturday at Doomben.

Lamasery has recovered well and will line up in the Doomben Cup at …

Vandyke convinced Lamasery is ready for the Metropolitan

Vandyke convinced Lamasery is ready for the Metropolitan

5 Oct, 2012

A narrow win by Lamasery in the Hill Stakes at Randwick two weeks ago was enough to convince trainer David Vandyke the six year old was ready to tackle the Group 1 $400,000 McGrath Estate Agents Metropolitan (2400m) at Randwick tomorrow.

Last start winner Lamasery is ready for The Metropolitan according to trainer David Vandyke. …

Lamasery back in Spring contention with Hill Stakes win

Lamasery back in Spring contention with Hill Stakes win

22 Sep, 2012

Battled scared galloper Lamasery showed he is back on track for a major win in the Spring in taking out the Group 2 $200,000 Bacardi Hill Stakes (2000m) at Randwick today.

Lamasery is back on track for the Spring after winning the Group 2 Hill Stakes at Randwick. Photo by: Steve Hart

Trainer David Vandyke …

Secret Admirer Begins Caulfield Cup Campaign At Warwick Farm

Secret Admirer Begins Caulfield Cup Campaign At Warwick Farm

22 Aug, 2012

Secret Admirier will take her first step towards her ultimate spring goal of the Caulfield Cup when she lines up at Warwick Farm this weekend.

Secret Admirer will have their first spring run in the Warwick Stakes. Photo by: Steve Hart

The five-year-old mare has accepted for the Group 2 Warwick Stakes, which will be …

Lamasery The Yard Stick Of Aussie Staying Crop

Lamasery The Yard Stick Of Aussie Staying Crop

11 Nov, 2011

In terms of class and career achievements Americain stands out head and shoulders above the rest in tomorrow’s Zipping Classic at Sandown.

He’s a Melbourne Cup champion, multiple Group 1 winner and has raced in Australia, Europe and the United States.

This imposing record has scared off plenty of rivals, in fact there are only …

Lamasery To Defy Trend Of Aussie Stayers

Lamasery To Defy Trend Of Aussie Stayers

10 Nov, 2011

There’s been a lot of talk over the past month or so regarding the depth of talent in terms of stayers in Australia.

Much was made about the lack of Australian bred representation in the Melbourne Cup or indeed any of the top level long distance tests over the spring.

In the midst of all …

Vandyke with an eye for the future

Vandyke with an eye for the future

9 Nov, 2011

Trainer David Vandyke in on a seeking mission with troubled galloper Lamasery.

While Sydney gelding has won at 2400m in the past, Vandyke wants to see him do it against true talent in the Group 2 $350,000 Zipping Classic (2400m) on the Sandown Hillside on Saturday.

A good performance will give the trainer confidence that …

How tough is Americain?

How tough is Americain?

9 Nov, 2011

Anyone who watched the past two Melbourne Cups would not doubt the ability of Americain after a  2010 Cup win and an unlucky fourth this year.

But going into Saturday’s Zipping Classic (2400m) the next question is how tough is Americain?

It is a good thing they re-named the Sandown Classic after the great Zipping …