News About: Sookie
Darley gelding Knoydart received an ideal run up the inside rail to win the Listed Canterbury Classic (1100m) in Sydney tonight.
Knoydart was ridden off the pace by Kerrin McEvoy, with Queensland sprinter Adebisi setting a quick tempo at the front of the field, and the leading jockey bided his time before making his move …
Jockey Tommy Berry expects talented mare Sookie to be tough to beat when she returns to the races in the Listed Canterbury Classic (1100m) in Sydney tonight.
Sookie joined the stable of …
After being balloted out of the $1.36 million Group 1 AAMI Stradbroke Handicap (1400m) this weekend, Murray Baker’s smart mare Diademe will instead run in one of the Eagle Farm support races on Saturday leading up to her grand final in the Tattersall’s Tiara.
Global breeding operation Coolmore has shelled out $1.55 million for star filly Nechita which is likely to mean the end of her racing career.
The three-year-old went under the hammer as part of the reduction of Patinack Farm at the Magic Millions …
All eyes will be on the clock as much as the races when two Magic Millions Classic big guns Snipzu and Sizzling run in consecutive races at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
It is rare for Queenslanders to head the betting in the Classic but the two Snitzel youngsters have undoubtedly earned their place with impressive …
Magic Millions hopefuls Sizzling and Snipzu did not display the impressive performances everybody was expecting when they trialed at Doomben today.
The two-year-olds both finished second in their respective trials behind fillies that belonged to the Patinack Farm stable.
Sizzling was outdone by Nechita, a Fastnet Rock filly that was purchased for $130,000 at the …
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