News About: Mufhasa
Classy Kiwi mare Xanadu is a two-time Group 1 winner in New Zealand and trainer Ken Kelso believes the only thing that her racing CV is missing is a black type win in Australia.
Xanadu ran down Mufhasa to win the Group 1 Windsor Park Plate (1600m) in New Zealand last month and heads into …
Hastings trainer John Bary believes his four year old Survived is in the right frame of mind to win back to back Group 1s when he lines up in the Group 1 NZ$200,000 Windsor Park Plate (1600m) at Hastings on Saturday.
Mufhasa (who races in Australia as King Mufhasa) will not run in this weekend’s Telegraph Handicap robbing New Zealand of what would have been a fantastic matchup against Aussie gelding Atomic Force.
The dual Group 1 winner is in tremendous form coming off his Railway Stakes victory and a showdown with New Zealand’s greatest sprinter …
Trainer Darren Smith says Atomic Force will remain pretty much at the same level that won him the Group 1 Railway Stakes last start but he’s confident that will be enough to win the Group 1 Telegraph Handicap this weekend in New Zealand.
His confidence will grow further should his charger draw well, especially given …
Atomic Force claimed his second Group 1 title in what some have perhaps correctly called a ‘modest’ Railway Stakes in New Zealand.
Take nothing away from the performance of Atomic Force given he received no favours in the run but it’s fair to say the field lacked a genuine superstar rival.
If he’s to continue …
Trainer John Bary has announced today that Jimmy Choux will be given another run at Hastings before heading to Australia for the $3 million Cox Platenext month.
While the four-year-old entire was due to go to the Cox Plate third-up into his …
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