News About: Survived
Hastings trainer John Bary believes his four year old Survived is in the right frame of mind to win back to back Group 1s when he lines up in the Group 1 NZ$200,000 Windsor Park Plate (1600m) at Hastings on Saturday.
Trainer Pat Carey will run Queensland Oaks winner Gondokoro in Saturday’s Group 1 $500,000 Channel Seven Queensland Derby (2400m) at Eagle Farm.
Gondokoro has pleased the Mornington trainer since her win in last week’s Group 1 $400,000 XXXX Gold …
Queensland Oaks victor Gondokoro is a strong chance to back up in Saturday’s Group 1 $500,000 Channel Seven Queensland Derby (2400m) at Eagle Farm.
Trainer Pat Carey has reported that Gondokoro has pulled up in fine fettle and will he will push ahead …
Despite an upset defeat on Australian debut, bookies are taking no chances with classy Kiwi stayer Survived.
The three-year-old remains favourite at $4.20 for the Queensland Derby after finishing three lengths behind Hawkspur in Saturday’s Rough Habit Plate.
The bookies appear to have taken the same view as the stewards who suggested the short-priced favourite …
New Zealand gelding Survived has overcome the first barrier to winter carnival success, arriving fit and healthy in Brisbane on Thursday.
The Queensland Derby favourite made the trip from Auckland with a host of other winter carnival contenders and immediately settled in to his new surrounds.
Trainer John Bary said the in-form stayer is a …
Early Queensland Derby favourite Survived will get the chance to show what all the fuss is about when he kicks off his winter campaign in the Group 3 Rough Habit Plate (2100m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
The New Zealand gelding completed the first part of his journey from Hastings to Auckland on Tuesday and …
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