News About: Pear Tart
Tough mare Red Tracer made it back to back wins in the Group 2 $200,000 Patinack Farm Dane Ripper Stakes (1400m) with another gutsy win at Eagle Farm today.
Red Tracer ploughed through the mud in …
Group 1 winner Pear Tart appears unlikely to take her place in Saturday week’s $1.36 million Stradbroke Handicap (1400m) after being sold as part of the Patinack Farm reduction on Wednesday.
At 16th in the order of entry for the Stradbroke, the …
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 …
Crown Oaks winner Dear Demi has history in her favour when she lines up in the Group 1 $600,000 Coolmore Classic (1500m) at Rosehill tomorrow.
Five of the last ten winners in the Fillies and Mares Classic have been three …
Last start Flemington winner Flying Snitzel gets her chance to win a Group 1 on her home track when she lines up in the $600,000 Coolmore Classic (1500m) at Rosehill on Saturday.
The Gerald Ryan trained filly put up a phenomenal performance …
Trainer David Pfeiffer is confident that Gai’s Choice is in with a fighting chance in tomorrow’s Listed Travel Associates Classic at Eagle Farm Racecourse.
Gai’s Choice will be looking to recapture her form in the race after an out of character beginning to her current campaign.
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