News About: Sea Siren
Leading Melbourne jockey Michael Rodd is hoping that the expected quick tempo in the 2014 BTC Cup will help Spirit Of Boom make up ground from the back of the field in the Group 1 event on Saturday.
Australian Group 1 winning sprinter Sea Siren recorded a comfortable win in the Listed Belgrave Stakes (1207m) at Fairyhouse this morning in her first race for new trainer Aidan O’Brien.
The rising five-year-old was expected to record an easy victory but, …
Former Patinack Farm filly Nechita could join fellow Australian mare Sea Siren in attempting to follow in Ortensia’s footsteps, with new owners Coolmore entering the pair for the Group 1 Nunthorpe Stakes (1000m) at York in August.
Coolmore shelled …
Twelve months ago all-conquering mare Black Caviar brought thousands of Australians to Royal Ascot and had the adoring public at home glued to their TVs in the middle of the night.
She gave everyone a …
The Group 1 Sportingbet Manikato Stakes will be run as a million dollar race this year following prizemoney increases announced by the Moonee Valley Racing Club over the weekend.
The Manikato Stakes joins the Newmarket Handicap in the Autumn …
Sea Siren is currently preparing for her run in the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes at England’s Royal Ascot, however, her team have already voiced their concerns about the race.
The Fastnet Rock mare will be looking to reproduce the efforts of Black Caviar in last year’s Diamond Jubilee when she runs over 1,200 metres …
Top Melbourne jockey Craig Newitt has picked up the ride on local fancy Better Than Ready in the Group 1 $1.36m AAMI Stradbroke Handicap (1400m) at Eagle Farm on June 8.
Eagle Farm trainer Kelly Schweida was forced …
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