News About: Nechita
Trainer Wayne Hawkes believes that Jolie Bay is good enough to win a Group 1 race during the 2013 Spring Racing Carnival ahead of her return from injury in Theshark.com.au Stakes (1100m) at Caulfield on Saturday.
Trainer Bjorn Baker has revealed that Twilight Royale will need to perform impressively in the Group 2 Silver Shadow Stakes (1200) at Warwick Farm on Saturday if she is going to be any chance to contest the Group 1 Golden Rose (1400m) at Rosehill Gardens next month.
Former Patinack Farm filly Nechita could join fellow Australian mare Sea Siren in attempting to follow in Ortensia’s footsteps, with new owners Coolmore entering the pair for the Group 1 Nunthorpe Stakes (1000m) at York in August.
Coolmore shelled …
New owners Coolmore have confirmed star filly Nechita will be retired but which stallion serves her is still to be decided.
Coolmore’s Tom Magnier put an end to any hopes the she would would race again, with the speedy filly joining the …
Global breeding operation Coolmore has shelled out $1.55 million for star filly Nechita which is likely to mean the end of her racing career.
The three-year-old went under the hammer as part of the reduction of Patinack Farm at the Magic Millions …
Magic Millions and Ernst & Young have been given the task of overseeing the sale of mining giant Nathan Tinkler’s massive Patinack Farm’s thoroughbred and racing operations in Australia.
The Tinkler Group announced today its intentions to …
Trainer Danny O’Brien has high expectations for his restricted class three year old Shamexpress as he kicks off his Autumn Carnival campaign in the $80,000 Chandler Macleod Premium Handicap (1000m) at Moonee Valley tonight.
Shampexpress showed that he could mix it in Group 1 company when third to Nechita in the $500,000 Coolmore Stud Stakes …
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