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Politeness’ Emirates Stakes Odds Shorten

Politeness’ Emirates Stakes Odds Shorten

6 Nov, 2015

Politeness has been backed into 2015 Emirates Stakes odds of $11 and she has been one of the best-backed runners in betting markets for the Group 1 event that will be held at Flemington tomorrow.

Politeness has the chance to record a second straight Group 1 victory in the 2015 Emirates Stakes at Flemington tomorrow. …

Politeness To Robert Sangster Stakes Following Bel Esprit Stakes Victory

Politeness To Robert Sangster Stakes Following Bel Esprit Stakes Victory

18 Apr, 2015

Politeness will head to the 2015 Robert Sangster Stakes at Morphettville on May 2 after she returned to racing with a fast-finishing victory in the 2015 Bel Esprit Stakes at Caulfield this afternoon.

Politeness finished over the top of her rivals to record an impressive victory in the 2015 Robert Sangster Stakes at Caulfield this …

Mosheen Going to Paddock not Oaks

Mosheen Going to Paddock not Oaks

10 Apr, 2012

Superstar filly Mosheen is set to bypass next weekend’s Australian Oaks and will instead head to the paddock in order to be ready for a spring campaign that could potentially include a tilt at the prestigious Cox Plate.

Mosheen will spell in preparation for the Spring - photo (c) Steven Dowden

After jockey Danny Nikolic …

Mosheen Bypasses Guineas For Vinery Stud Stakes Start

Mosheen Bypasses Guineas For Vinery Stud Stakes Start

19 Mar, 2012

Mosheen’s camp will turn down the opportunity to clinch the Triple Crown in Group 1 Rosehill Guineas in favour of racing her own sex in the Vinery Stud Stakes at Rosehill on April 7.

The three-year-old will face off against her own age in the 2,000 metre race before going on the the Australian Oaks …

Golden Slipper Runner Up Switches To Smerdon Stables

Golden Slipper Runner Up Switches To Smerdon Stables

27 May, 2011

This year’s Golden Slipper runner-up Mosheen will now be trained by Caulfield’s Robert Smerdon after spending the beginning of her career with trainer Leon Corstens.

The two-year-old filly has only had two starts in her career so far, winning her first race at Caulfield in March before a gallant second place finish behind Sepoy in …