News About: Magic Millions Carnival
Brendan McCarthy is confident that his three-year-old gelding Murt The Flirt remains a top contender to win the $1 million Magic Millions 3YO Guineas (1400m) on January 10 and will press on to the Gold Coast despite a disappointing result at Wyong last Thursday.
The Magic Millions Carnival, held on the Gold Coast every January, is set to become the country’s richest day of racing in 2016 due to a joint venture between Racing Queensland and Magic Millions that will continue for at least seven years.
Flemington trainer Danny O’Brien will meet with part owner Viv Oldfield at the Magic Millions Carnival on the Gold Coast in the coming week to determine a jockey for Cox Plate winner Shamus Award for his 2014 Autumn Carnival campaign.
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Queensland filly Real Surreal showed a blistering turn of foot to win the $2m Magic Millions Classic (1200m) at the Gold Coast today and deliver trainer Kelso Wood his first victory in Queensland’s richest race.
The strong field of two-year-olds jumped …
Magic Millions Classic hot favourite Assail has been scratched from today’s juvenile feature after the discovery of a foot abscess.
The Clarry Conners-trained filly was as short as $2.50 in some markets during the week and the problem came as a disappointing …
Three years, nine months, six days. Or 1377 days. That is how long it has been since Queensland gelding Phelan Ready won the 2009 Golden Slipper.
And he …
Lightly-raced filly Bennetta has joined the race to gain a start in the $1 million Magic Millions Guineas (1200m) after trainer Grahame Begg put in a late nomination earlier this week.
The decision to enter the talented three-year-old came on the back of a dominant win at Canterbury on Saturday where she put paid to …
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