News About: Melito
In the past two season’s Brisbane winners alone have returned Gerald Ryan a bit under $2 million dollars.
Last year was his better performance with a team of eight bringing home well over a million dollars between them.
This year hasn’t been …
In what has come as a shock to many, top racing mare Melito has been retired from racing today.
The four-year-old mare was retired by owners and trainer Gerald Ryan after a disappointing finish in the BTC Cup last weekend.
“I didn’t think she hit the line like she can on Saturday and it had …
The competition of Black Caviar had two reasons for optimism coming into the 2011 BTC Cup this Saturday at Doomben but both have now disappeared.
Firstly there was talk that the capacity field could prove problematic for the mare if she we to encounter trouble …
Melito is arguably the forgotten horse in the 2011 BTC Cup but Glen Colless is not afraid of taking up the challenge against Black Caviar this Saturday at Doomben in the BTC Cup.
She’s not alone either, all up there are 15 competitors looking for a …
Black Caviar has settled nicely into her new surroundings at Eagle Farm in Brisbane ahead of her upcoming BTC Cup at Doomben run this Saturday.
The superstar four-year-old has excelled in her pre-dawn track gallops with work rider Pat Bell.…
Melito is set to run in the Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival after her proposed Hong Kong campaign was cancelled.
The four-year-old mare’s connection opted against sending Melito overseas after discovering she would have to spend a total of six weeks in quarantine.
Trainer Gerald Ryan has said that Melito will be facing off against her …
Gerald Ryan has continued to make his mark as a big spender after another seven figure purchase at the Inglis Easter Yearling Sale at Newmarket.
Ryan will cough up $1 million for the three-quarter sister to his former top miler Rothesay.
In addition to Rothesay, Ryan also trained full sister Fast Shanti and said his …
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