News About: Spechenka
Veteran gelding Fiumicino will be out to join the $3 million club on Wednesday when he contests the Listed $250,000 Bendigo Cup (2400m).
The nine-year-old boasts a prize pool of $2.93 million but a win at Bendigo would see him receive $150,000 and pass the remarkable milestone.
Retirement is not far around the corner for …
Brisbane’s leading jockey Chris Munce may gain the key ride of Dowager Queen during the Flemington Spring Carnival through an old acquaintance.
The Graeme Rogerson trained filly will contest the $302,000 Group 2 Wakeful Stakes (2000m) on Saturday at Flemington …
The Caulfield Cup final field has been released to reveal a full field of 18 runners plus four emergencies for the $2.5 million race in Melbourne this Saturday.
Newcastle Cup winner Green Moon, along with Macedonian, managed to sneak into Caulfield Cup contention after originally being equal 17th in the ballot order with first …
Queensland trainer Ben Ahrens took a philosophical view after Spechenka was demoted to first emergency for Saturday’s $2.5m Group 1 Caulfield Cup (2400m).
The Beaudesert trainer expressed disappointment but followed up with “who knows it may work out for the better.”
Spechenka had qualified equal 17…
A tense wait lies ahead for trainer Ben Ahrens with Queensland horse Spechenka sitting right on the cusp for the 2011 Caulfield Cup.
Spechenka is in equal 17th spot after acceptances for the race, locked together with two other runners.
That means one of them will …
Spechenka will have to contend with a likely slow tempo when he runs in this weekend’s brisbanetimes.com.au Handicap at Eagle Farm Racecourse.
The race will be a practise run for the six-year-old gelding’s scheduled Group 3 Newcastle Cup attempt later this …
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