News About: Patrick Shaw
The calls for Rocket Man ($4) to take on Black Caviar died quickly after the Singapore star lowered it colours in the Sprinters Stakes at Nakayama in Japan two starts back.
The winner of 18 of his 23 starts can redeem in the A$1.8m Hong Kong Sprint (1200m) at Sha Tin today but it won’t …
Rocket Man is well on his way to winning the Group 1 Hong Kong Sprint at Sha Tin next month after posting a victory in the Kranji Stakes last Friday night.
The international sprinting star is out for revenge in Hong Kong after being beaten by a nose in last year’s edition by JJ The …
He may not be journeying to Australia to take on Black Caviar in the Patinack Farm Classic in November, but Rocket Man has made a magnificent return to racing at his home track of Kranji last night.
The six-year-old gelding topped off two dominant barrier trials earlier this month with a five-length win over his …
Singapore sprint champion Rocket Man will bypass his sceduled Patinack Farm Classic run after it was established he would have to spend too much time in quarantine.
The long-awaited clash between super mare Black Caviar and Rocket Man is now off …
Australia’s best horse, the to date undefeated Black Caviar, has been sent a challenge of the greatest proportions by Singapore star Rocket Man after their slashing win in the Krisflyer International Sprint on the weekend.
The Patrick Shaw-trained Rocket Man emulated …
Black Caviar has proved herself against all comers in Australia and later in the year it seems more certain that an international campaign is on the cards.
After reaching the top of the international rankings though the question must be where will the challenge come from, what horse can beat Black Caviar?
Well if she …
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