News About: Sacred Choice
A possible trip to Melbourne in the Spring is on the cards for Toowoomba galloper Carry Me Bluey if he can reproduce his winning form at Eagle Farm on Saturday which saw him back in the winner’s circle over the Grafton Cup Carnival last week.
Carry Me Bluey was back to his best when he …
Wet track specialist Sacred Choice has firmed dramatically in the betting for the Group 1 $350,000 Chipping Norton Stakes (1600m) at Warwick Farm on Saturday.
The Joe Pride trained mare will get conditions to suit with parts of Warwick Farm under water this morning as a result of the continuous heavy downpours that Sydney and …
Top Sydney jockey Corey Brown bruised and battered from a hard day at the office yesterday is ready to take up his duties at Rosehill tomorrow.
Brown ended up with a cut lip and bruising from a tough day at Gosford but has declared himself fit to fulfil his ten rides in a massive program …
Damien Oliver has executed a Derby Day winning double aboard Hurtle Myrtle in the $500,000 Myer Classic at Flemington.
The five-year-old mare took on a fast finishing Sacred Choice down the home straight after the two horses overtook race favourites More …
Plenty of trainers are lamenting the wet weather which is bashing the east coast at the moment with the line of ‘I’m sure most trainers will be hoping for a fair track on the weekend’ becoming a common occurrence.
When you’re talking about ‘most trainers’ though …
The Peter Snowden trained Pinwheel has won the Group 2 Warwick Stakes today, an impressive run on the Heavy 9 Warwick Farm track over 1400m. Six year old gelding Pinwheel proved his ability to step up in distance having always been kept to sprint distances of 1200m or …
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