News About: Nathan Tinkler

Pop ‘N’ Scotch Chasing Consistent Form in Queensland Cup

Pop ‘N’ Scotch Chasing Consistent Form in Queensland Cup

1 Jul, 2015

Pop ‘N’ Scotch has posted several positive results between lacklustre performances this time, and trainer Liam Birchley is hopeful a step up to two miles in Saturday’s Listed Queensland Cup on the Sunshine Coast is precisely what the four-year-old is searching for.

Pop ‘N’ Scotch (inside) will leave from barrier 5 in Saturday’s Queensland Cup. …

Tinkler Sells Patinack Farm To Overseas Parties

Tinkler Sells Patinack Farm To Overseas Parties

22 May, 2014

Under siege businessmen Nathan Tinkler has sold his Patinack Farm racing operation to overseas parties from the Middle East for an undisclosed sum of money.

All Too Hard won the 2012 Caulfield Guineas when owned by the Patinack Farm Operation. Photo by: Race Horse Photos Australia

Tinkler paid $24 million for the Patinack Farm property …

Coffs Harbour Cup Test Beckons For Hour Of Peril

Coffs Harbour Cup Test Beckons For Hour Of Peril

31 Jul, 2013

Talented galloper Hour Of Peril will be given his chance to shine for his new connections when he runs in the Coffs Harbour Cup tomorrow.

The five-year-old was recently purchased by Coffs Harbour Racing Club president Alan Johnson and Gold Coast trainer John Nikolic for a sum of $40,000 from Nathan Tinkler‘s fire sale.

Hour …

All Too Hard Sold

All Too Hard Sold

15 Dec, 2012

It is believed Nathan Tinkler’s Patinack Farm operation have lost their number one racehorse with glamour colt All Too Hard reportedly sold in a package deal worth $30 million.

All Too Hard has reportedly been sold in a deal worth $30 million. Photo by: Race Horse Photos Australia.

Fairfax Media broke the news on Friday …

Black Caviar’s half sister to race as Belle Couture

Black Caviar’s half sister to race as Belle Couture

28 Nov, 2012

BC3 Thoroughbreds will be hoping the name Belle Couture will become as popular as big sister Black Caviar when she commences her racing career during the current season.

Belle Couture is a half-sister to the all-conquering Black Caviar and is due back in work with trainer Danny O’Brien on December 1 after a three month …

All Too Hard to save the Farm with overseas success

All Too Hard to save the Farm with overseas success

16 Nov, 2012

A successful overseas campaign by Caulfield Guineas winner All Too Hard will go a long way to saving the crumbling empire of Nathan Tinkler’s huge Patinack Farm thoroughbred operation.

All Too Hard has been entered in the Dubai World Cup Carnival and could also go to Royal Ascot and Hong Kong. Photo by: Race Horse …

Tinkler trying to resurrect thoroughbred empire

Tinkler trying to resurrect thoroughbred empire

16 Nov, 2012

Embattled racehorse owner Nathan Tinkler will be relying on the efforts of Caulfield Guineas winner All Too Hard to resurrect his dying thoroughbred empire following the closure of the multi-millionaire’s Patinack Farm’s training centre at Flemington.

All Too Hard. Photo by: Race Horse Photos Australia

Tinkler will focus his racing operations in Brisbane and Sydney …

Spring program mapped out for Snitzerland

Spring program mapped out for Snitzerland

3 Aug, 2012

A carefully mapped out Spring program lays ahead for Gerald Ryan’s top class filly Snitzerland after the three year old won a barrier trial at Rosehill today.

Snitzerland's spring program will begin in the Group 3 San Domenico Stakes on August 18 - photo © Steven Dowden

The Snitzel filly showed she had plenty of …

All Too Hard Ruled Out of Slipper

All Too Hard Ruled Out of Slipper

3 Apr, 2012

After having all in the racing world buzzing at the thought of a showdown with superstar filly Samaready in the Golden Slipper, the much-hyped All Too Hard has been ruled out of the $3.5 million event.

All Too Hard will not run in the Golden Slipper - photo (c) Steven Dowden

Trainer John Hawkes this …

Hussousa to miss Golden Slipper

Hussousa to miss Golden Slipper

29 Mar, 2012

Hussousa has been sent for a spell after suffering shin soreness and will miss the Golden Slipper - photo (c) Steve Hart

Patinack Farm’s filly Hussousa has gone shin sore and is out of the Group 1 $3.5m AAMI Golden Slipper (1200m) to be run at Rosehill on April 7.

Trainer John Thompson will now …