News About: Lights Of Heaven

Transporter Returns To Winning Form In Strawberry Road Handicap

Transporter Returns To Winning Form In Strawberry Road Handicap

7 Jun, 2014

Tough gelding Transporter scored his first race in over twelve months with a strong performance in the 2014 Strawberry Road Handicapat Eagle Farm this afternoon.

Transporter was too strong for the rest of the field in the 2014 Strawberry Road Handicap at Eagle Farm this afternoon. Photo by: Daniel Costello

Transporter was a major drifter …

Hoylonny To Return In Shannon Stakes

Hoylonny To Return In Shannon Stakes

26 Sep, 2013

Chris Waller-trained Hoylonny will compete for the first time as a gelding when he returns to the races in the Group 2 Shannon Stakes (1500m) at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday.

Chris Waller is hopeful that Hoylonny can run a big race in the Shannon Stakes at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday. Photo by: Steve Hart

Hoylonny …

Montsegur To Resume In Quezette Stakes

Montsegur To Resume In Quezette Stakes

15 Aug, 2013

Thousand Guineas hopeful Montsegur will begin her 2013 Spring Racing Carnival campaign in the Listed Quezette Stakes (1100m) at Caulfield on Saturday.

Montsegur will resume in the Quezette Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday. Photo by: Race Horse Photos Australia

The Peter Snowden-trained filly will return to the races for the first time since her successful …

Spirit Of Heaven Makes Timely Arrival

Spirit Of Heaven Makes Timely Arrival

13 Jun, 2013

In the same week that Peter Moody lost Caulfield Cup third placegetter Lights Of Heaven to retirement, he may have found the horse to replace her.

Peter Moody unveiled promising horse Spirit Of Heaven at Sandown on Wednesday. Photo by: Daniel Costello.

Spirit Of Heaven, a three-quarter sister to the classy mare, made plenty reach …

Lights Of Heaven Retired

Lights Of Heaven Retired

12 Jun, 2013

Champion trainer Peter Moody has lost his two best mares in the same year, with Lights Of Heaven following former stablemate Black Caviar into retirement and a career at stud.

Lights Of Heaven has been retired. Photo by: Steve Hart.

While not in the same league as Australia’s undefeated superstar sprinter, Lights Of Heaven carved …

Manighar & Rawiller Continue Partnership In Eagle Farm Cup

Manighar & Rawiller Continue Partnership In Eagle Farm Cup

31 May, 2013

Trainer Peter Moody is confident that jockey Brad Rawiller can bring the best out in Manighar in tomorrow’s Group 2 Eagle Farm Cup.

Rawiller was aboard Manighar in the Group 1 Doomben Cup last start, where they finished a respectable fourth behind Beaten Up.

Now Moody is hopeful that Manighar can regain his winning form …

Eagle Farm and wet track key ingredients for Quintessential

Eagle Farm and wet track key ingredients for Quintessential

31 May, 2013

Eagle Farm and a wet track are the two key ingredients that will help Kiwi mare Quintessential when she steps out in the Group 2 $250,000 Al Basti Equiworld Eagle Farm Cup (2200m) tomorrow.

Quintessential winning 2012 Queensland Oaks at Eagle Farm on a heavy track. Photo by Daniel Costello.

The John Sargent trained mare …

Waller continues winning run with Doomben Cup quinella

Waller continues winning run with Doomben Cup quinella

18 May, 2013

Leading Sydney trainer Chris Waller continued his outstanding winning run when he quinelled the Group 1 $500,000 Kirks Doomben Cup (2000m) at Doomben today.

Import Beaten Up wins Chris Waller's 2nd Doomben Cup at Doomben. Photo by Daniel Costello.

Waller who won five races at Rosehill last Saturday and five Group 1 races over the …

Heathcote banking on change of luck for Solzhenitsyn

Heathcote banking on change of luck for Solzhenitsyn

18 May, 2013

Trainer Robert Heathcote is banking on an overdue change of luck at Doomben today to propel Solzhenitsyn back into contention for the Group 1 $1.36m AAMI Stradbroke Handicap (1400m) at Eagle Farm on June 8.

Solzhenitsyn winning last year's Lord Mayor's Cup at Doomben. Photo by Daniel Costello.

Heathcote was forced to run Solzhenitsyn in …

Moody’s Second Chance to Break Doomben Cup Hoodoo

Moody’s Second Chance to Break Doomben Cup Hoodoo

16 May, 2013

It’s fair to say the Doomben Cup has been a bit of a boys’ club.

Lights Of Heaven is an equal Doomben Cup favourite. Photo by: Daniel Costello.

Since 1950, the only mare to take out the Brisbane feature was Cinque Cento in 2007.

The trainer of Cinque Cento was Peter Moody and the leading …