News About: Mighty High
Adelaide mare Southern Speed is the toast of Australian racing after winning the 2011 $2.5m Group 1 Caulfield Cup(2400m) in comfortable fashion today.
Joint trained by Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas at Morphettville, the lightly raced four-year-old lifted for a career high justifying her strong backing after …
December Draw’s Caulfield Cup chances have been cemented even further after the gelding drew barrier 11 for this Saturday’s race.
The five-year-old, who will jump from gate nine should the four emergencies not gain a run, is in the ideal position to continue his winning streak.…
With the news that more than half of the 2011 Melbourne Cup field are likely to be international runners the amount of interest in the travellers has sky rocketed in recent days.
Many are eagerly anticipating their first up runs in Australia and for two of them d-day comes this Saturday at Caulfield Racecourse.
Racing Victoria’s chief handicapper Greg Carpenter had the intricate job of allocating weights to all 162 Melbourne Cup nominees, including all international horses.
This year’s Melbourne Cup nominations closed on September 1st instead of the previous August …
He’s the sole Hong Kong representative still on track for this year’s Caulfield Cup and Melbourne Cup but he’s certainly a handy one to have.
Mighty High strode into the Werribee quarantine facility yesterday alongside freshly retired stablemate and former champion Silver Grecian.
Mighty High brings with him a very impressive racing record including a …
The first overseas horses with ambitions of Melbourne spring racing carnival honours have been locked into quarantine ahead of their trip to Australia.
Hong Kong based duo Mighty High and Silver Grecian will be the first to arrive in the country after they complete the initial screening process at home first.
Mighty High is being …
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