News About: Simmering
Robert Heathcote cannot believe his bad luck after losing a fifth horse to injury today in promising galloper Simmering.
Simmering could be sidelined for more than a year following his crippling injury that was sustained while working on Eagle Farm’s dirt track earlier today.
The four-year-old gelding was set to have his first up start …
He’s won three on the trot and is undoubtedly the best staying prospect in Queensland at the moment but Simmering won’t get a shot at the big races over the spring, not this year at least.
Trainer Robert Heathcote has said that his horse will wind up his campaign this time in and they’ll instead …
Robert Heathcote has fired a warning to people tipping his horse Work The Room in tomorrow’s Listed Tattersall’s Mile at Eagle Farm.
Although a well backed runner, Heathcote believes the five year old is still not quite at his best and he’ll be a better chance in the week’s to come.
He says that the …
Queensland trainer Robert Heathcote has decided against bringing his talented young filly Tomboy to Melbourne for the Spring Racing Carnival this year.
While Heathcote believes Tomboy is capable of partaking in a spring campaign, he feels that she will be bigger and better next time around.
“We’ve run out of time for Melbourne with her, …
He looks like a genuine staying prospect but Simmering is unlikely to be part of Robert Heathcote’s spring invasion in 2011.
While the likes of the Caufield Cup and Melbourne Cup may be a bit beyond him right now, if you believe the word around this horse they may not be over the next few …
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