News About: Shootoff
Jockey Simon Price is happy with Happy Trails heading into the 2015 Spring Stakes, but he admits that he is concerned by the prospect of a wet Morphettville track tomorrow afternoon.
Happy Trails has not …
Ironstein has won the Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Flemington today, which was the last Group race on action-packed Emirates Stakes Day.
The Zabeel gelding won the $250,000 race by two lengths ahead of Shootoff and Paddy O’ Reilly.
Bauer, who was likely have his final start in the race, held on to post a gallant …
Last year’s Melbourne Cup winner Americain has not accepted for this year’s $2.5 million Caulfield Cup.
The third declarations, which were released earlier today, revealed that the six-year-old will give up a run in the Caulfield Cup in favour of a possible run …
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 …
Scarlett Lady will begin her spring campaign in her home country of New Zealand later this month, when she competes in the Group 1 Challenge Stakes at Hastings.
The Queensland Oaks winner will clash with talented runners Wall Street and Jimmy Choux in the 1,200 metre race.
Trainer Graeme Rogerson chose to spell Scarlett Lady …
Graham Rogerson has capped off a remarkable week by taking out the Group One Queensland Derby with Shootoff.
Shootoff, who was favourite for the race, had to fend off the late charges by fillies Shez Sinsational and Heidilicious to eventually win by half a length.…
Fillies Heidilicious and Shez Sinsational have been backed to beat the colts and geldings in today’s Group One Queensland Derby at Eagle Farm.
Sportingbet Australia CEO Michael Sullivan has said that the money is coming hard and fast for the fillies in the Group One 2400m classic.
“Punters have shown a lot of confidence recently …
John Sadler is echoing the sentiments of just about every trainer in the Queensland Derby at the moment, that it’s going to take one hell of a horse to bring down Shootoff.
Sadler’s chances lie with Heidilicious at Eagle Farm this Saturday and he has no doubts about where his main competition lies.
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