News About: Scarlett Lady
New Zealand fillies continued their dominance in the Group 1 $400,000 Treasury Casino Queensland Oaks (2400m) at Eagle Farm with Quintessential taking out the classic today.
The John Sargent trained Quintessential is the third filly in as many years to …
Owner Max Whitby is hoping his filly Dowager Queen can win the Group 3 $175,000 Hidden Dragon The Roses (2000m) at Doomben on Saturday to boost her sale price at the upcoming broodmare sale at the end of the month.
Dowager Queen is set to go under the hammer at the Magic Millions National Broodmare …
Queensland Oaks winner Scarlett Lady has been retired after pulling up sore in the Group 1 $2.25m The BMW (2400m) at Rosehill last Saturday.
The Savabeel four year old was eased down by jockey James McDonald and failed to beat a runner when ninth to …
Oaks winner Scarlett Lady made a successful return to the racetrack on Monday when she scored a convincing win at Tauherenikau in New Zealand.
The Queensland Oaks winner was resuming from an enforced lay off after suffering an injury during last year’s Melbourne Spring Carnival.
Scarlett Lady had to spend several months on the sidelines …
Queensland Oaks winner Scarlett Lady is set to start a late summer program when she resumes racing in New Zealand on Monday.
Scarlett Lady, who hasn’t raced since September last year when unplaced in the Group 1 Underwood Stakes, will run in the $45,000 Listed Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes (1600m) at the Wairarapa meeting at Tauherenikau.…
Last month’s Irish St Leger winner Jukebox Jury has been given the number one ballot for the Melbourne Cup ahead of last year’s winner Americain according to the first declarations that were released this afternoon.
The five-year-old has now won three of four races this campaign and is currently in quarantine at Newmarket in England.…
New Zealand mare Scarlett Ladywill miss the remainder of the spring racing carnival due to a leg injury.
The four-year-old had been a leading hope for trainers Graeme and Debbie Rogerson in both the $2.5 million Caulfield Cup and the $6.2 million Melbourne Cup …
Debbie Rogerson is one half of the Rogerson training duo that’s responsible for syphoning so much of Australia’s prize money back across the ditch to New Zealand.
They do it with a steady stream of tip line horses that just seems to be able to perform no matter where they’re racing.
They also only seem …
Racing Victoria’s chief handicapper Greg Carpenter had the intricate job of allocating weights to all 162 Melbourne Cup nominees, including all international horses.
This year’s Melbourne Cup nominations closed on September 1st instead of the previous August …
Graeme Rogerson likes nothing better than to pillage the riches of Australia’s main racing carnivals and after enjoying plenty of success in Brisbane his sights of turned to the Sydney and Melbourne spring.
He boasts a quality group of horses and bets of all they spread across a variety of demographics giving him good converge …
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