News About: Mahisara
Chase The Rainbow could make his long awaited return to racing on Boxing Day after being included in the final field for the Listed Christmas Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield.
The combination of trainer Paul Messara, jockey Craig Williams and Mahisara collected their second Group 3 $150,000 Ronald McDonald House Monash Sandown Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield today.
The trio were successful last year when the race was run at its regular venue …
Four year old Mahisara can cement a place in next week’s Stradbroke Handicap with a win in the Group 2 $175,000 Magic Millions QTC Cup (1300m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
Top jockey Craig Williams kept the Melbourne Spring Carnival winners coming with Mahisara scoring a runway win in the Group 3 $150,000 Variety – The Childrens Charity Sandown Stakes (1500m) at Sportingbet Sandown Park today.
Williams will …
Warrnambool galloper So Swift scored a shock win in the Sandown Guineas (1600m) but for Craig Williamsfans it was much of the same as he brought up a Sandown Hillside treble.
So Swift jumped from a Hamilton maiden to Group 2 winner getting the verdict …
The Peter Snowden yard has a strong hand at the Sandown Guineas meet on the Hillside tomorrow.
The Darley trainer has Galah in the Group 1 $350,000 Guineas (1600m) as well as top contenders in supporting races.
What Galah lacks in maturity he is making up in talent.
He looked workmanlike winning the Group 3 …
Three-year-old colt Instinction has backed up his maiden win at Kyneton with a win in the Listed Hilton Hotel Stakes at Flemington today.
The regally bred Exceed And Excel colt, who is out of an Encosta De Lago mare, won the race in a head-bob in …
As plenty of trainers unveil their spring hopes late in winter Paul Messara will be doing the same tomorrow with Double Ranga.
The filly will be put through her paces at Eagles Farm on Wednesday after having a lengthy four month spell.
She’ll race over 1000m in the Sky Racing Handicap with the expert ride …
The Queensland Sire’s Produce Stakes has once again thrown up plenty of drama, a scary moment and at the end of it one very impressive winner.
Hot Snitzel was first across the line and he did it with absolute ease streaking clear by four lengths down the home straight of Eagle Farm.
When the barriers …
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