News About: Stephanie Nigge
French gelding Trevieres will make his Group 1 debut in the Toorak Handicap (1600m) at Caulfield on Saturday and assistant trainer Stephanie Nigge admits that the race is a significant step-up in class for the six-year-old.
Like a kid with a new toy David Hayes couldn’t wait to rip open the packaging and see just what he’d received when Americain was unloaded off the float at his new home last week.
Hayes was the pick of the Victorian trainers to take charge of 2010 Melbourne Cup champion thanks largely to his …
David Hayes has confirmed he is the new trainer for 2010 Melbourne Cup winner Americain.
The former Alain de-Royer-Dupre trained entire will go to Hayes’ Euroa stable this weekend.
He will be freshened and aimed for an autumn campaign in Australia.
Americain will be targeted at the Group 1s Australian Cup (2000m) at Flemington and …
Americain will not continue on to the Hong Kong Vase to try and improve on the third placing he achieved in the event last year.
Following his 2010 Melbourne Cup victory Americain travelled to Sha Tin and put in a solid performance to come home third …
The new trainer of Americain will announce tomorrow.
Three trainers are at the top of the list – David Hayes, Anthony Freedman and Darren Weir.
Each of these trainers are favoured above others as they have rural properties which the owners believe is the best environment for galloper formerly trained in France by Alain de …
No firm plans have been made about the future of star stayer Americain who toyed with a small field to win the 2011 Group 2 Zipping Classic (2400m) at Sandown Hillside today.
Part owner Kevin Bamford said he will sit down with fellow owner Gerry Ryan and nut …
It is all systems go for Zipping Classic for odds on favourite Americain ($1.50).
The unlucky 2011 Melbourne Cup fourth, lines up against four opponents in $350,000 Group 2 feature on the Sandown Hillside and its minder Stephanie Nigge is going into the race happy with the French galloper’s condition.
”He showed us after the …
Anyone who watched the past two Melbourne Cups would not doubt the ability of Americain after a 2010 Cup win and an unlucky fourth this year.
But going into Saturday’s Zipping Classic (2400m) the next question is how tough is Americain?
It is a good thing they re-named the Sandown Classic after the great Zipping …
Trainer David Hayes will know after Americain runs in the $250,000 Zipping Classic (2400m) at Sandown on November 12 whether he will train the horse next year.
Hayes’ name has been bandied about as a possible trainer for the 2010 Melbourne Cup winner who will race in Australia after a hit and run trip to …
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