News About: Les Ross
Trainer Les Ross is hopeful that classy filly River Racer has found the extra lengths required to topple race favourite Winning Rupert in Saturday’s Magic Millions 3YO Guineas (1400m) on the Gold Coast.
River Racer was …
Trainer Les Ross will push on to try to gain a start in the Golden Slipper with Mishani Honcho after the gelding pleased the stable with a solid third in the Group 2 $250,000 Blackwoods Uvex Silver Slipper Stakes (1100m) at Rosehill last Saturday.
A Golden Slipper campaign is still a possibility for Queensland two year old Mishani Honcho even though he was beaten as an odds on favourite at Doomben last Saturday.
Mishani Honcho was sent out the $1.60 favourite …
Jockey Chris Whiteley is set to retain the ride on smart two year old Mishani Honcho if connections decide to pursue a Sydney Autumn Carnival campaign.
Golden Slipper discussion have been instigated after the Les Ross trained Mishani Honcho …
Trainer Les Ross has no plans to rest Mishani Honcho after the two year old scored a decisive win in the $150,000 Coastline BMW Racing Minister’s 2yo Classic (1200m) at the Sunshine Coast last Saturday.
2015 Magic Millions Classic runners Frequendly and Pepperano will both be inspected by Racing Queensland’s Chief Veterinary Dr Martin Lenz this morning after they were both found with minor issues during a routine inspections yesterday.
Wicked Intent gets the chance to cement his favouritism for the Magic Millions 2yo Classic after drawing perfectly in the Listed $100,000 Morgans Seafood Phelan Ready Stakes (1050m) at Doomben on Saturday.
The Barry Mitchell trained Wicked Intent came …
Grand Slam winning jockey Chris Munce has his eyes set on winning a fourth Magic Millions 2yo Classic with last Saturday’s all the way Doomben winner Pepperano.
Unbeaten filly Frequendly starts her countdown to the $2m BMW Magic Millions 2yo Classic (1200m) at the Gold Coast in January at Doomben on Saturday.
The Les Ross trained Frequendly was given a break after scoring an eight and three quarter …
Top Brisbane jockey Jim Byrne will appeal a careless riding suspension incurred at Eagle Farm yesterday in a bid to keep his slim premiership hopes alive.
Byrne was quietly confident that he could fight out the Brisbane jockey’s title heading into …
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