News About: Sabrage
Four-year-old Sabrage has been left out of the Caulfield Cup’s 18 horse field this Saturday, after being relegated to first emergency.
The Charge Forward entire’s most recent results were deemed lesser than that of Moudre and Alcopop, who despite being equally balloted were assigned a spot in the race.
Champion jockey Damien Oliver is confident he will pass a fitness test this morning and be cleared to ride in the Australian Guineas at Flemington today after a nasty fall at Moonee Valley last night.
Oliver was taken to Epworth Hospital when West Australian sprinter Like An Eagle broke its leg at the 200m as …
Peter Snowden is off to a good start with Helmet on the road to Dubai with the three year old star coming up trumps after the CS Hayes Stakes barrier draw.
Helmet will jump from gate four in the 11 horses field putting him in the perfect position to take up a forward early position.…
Sydney jockey Hugh Bowman made it back to back Victoria Derby wins with another Kiwi connection when Sangster won the Flemington $1.5m Group 1 feature.
One of the oldest races on the Australian calendar fell to a young trainer from Cambidge, Trent Busuttin.
It was a …
The dream of winning the Group 1 $1.5m Victoria Derby (2500m) is within reach of trainer Ron Leemon after Manawanui drew perfectly today for Saturday’s race.
Manawanui drew barrier eight and if the emergencies are withdrawn he will jump from six.
“I’m very happy, I picked …
Flemington trainer Mike Moroney will be aiming at a third Victoria Derby with Sabrage after it won the Norman Robinson Stakes (2000m) at Caulfield today.
The son of Charge Forward and Galroof, originally thought of as a Caulfield Guineas candidate, has developed staying tendencies as the spring has progressed.…
Trainer Michael Moroney will continue to push ahead with Brazilian Pulse’s spring campaign despite her finishing a disappointing 14th in last Saturday’s Group 3 Cockram Stakes at Caulfield.
While slightly disappointed, Moroney doesn’t believe the result is any …
Trainer Mike Moroney’s Sabrage will make his racing debut at Caulfield tomorrow.
The two-year-old Charge Forward colt, who was a $200,000 yearling, is one of Moroney’s earliest spring carnival hopes.
Moroney is very happy with Sabrage’s progress.
“He’s a lovely type of colt,” Moroney said.
“He’s won a jump out at Werribee and looked a …
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