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Hot Snitzel & Charlie Boy To Debut For Team Snowden In Hall Mark Stakes

Hot Snitzel & Charlie Boy To Debut For Team Snowden In Hall Mark Stakes

14 Apr, 2015

Hot Snitzel and Charlie Boy joined Team Snowden last week and are set to make their debut for their new stable in the 2015 Hall Mark Stakes at Royal Randwick this weekend.

Hot Snitzel will defend his Hall Mark Stakes title at Royal Randwick this weekend. Photo by: Steve Hart

Hot Snitzel and Charlie Boy …

It’s A Dundeel Back In Work Ahead Of Autumn Campaign

It’s A Dundeel Back In Work Ahead Of Autumn Campaign

18 Dec, 2013

New Zealand superstar It’s A Dundeel has returned to work in New Zealand and trainer Murray Baker is happy with the condition of the entire ahead of his 2014 Sydney Autumn Racing campaign.

It's A Dundeel will return to racing in the Group 1 Chipping Norton Stakes at Warwick Farm on March 8. Photo by: …

Baker Not Worried About Five Week Break For It’s A Dundeel Heading Into The Cox Plate

Baker Not Worried About Five Week Break For It’s A Dundeel Heading Into The Cox Plate

10 Oct, 2013

Trainer Murray Baker has revealed that he is not worried It’s A Dundeel will be heading into the Group 1 Cox Plate (2040m) at Moonee Valley on October 26 without having raced for five weeks.

It's A Dundeel remains on track to meet Atlantic Jewel in the Cox Plate at Moonee Valley. Photo by: Race …

Boss Admits Atlantic Jewel The Horse To Beat In The Memsie

Boss Admits Atlantic Jewel The Horse To Beat In The Memsie

29 Aug, 2013

Leading Jockey Glen Boss will ride Australian Cup winner Super Cool in the Group 1 Memsie Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield on Saturday but believes glamour mare Atlantic Jewel is clearly the horse to beat in what is set to be a key form race for the 2013 Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival.

Super Cool will begin …

Pierro to stand at Coolmore Stud

Pierro to stand at Coolmore Stud

27 Apr, 2013

A first season stud fee will be announced early next week for recently retired super colt Pierro following a $30 million handshake which saw Coolmore strike a deal with owner Greg Kolivos.

Pierro winning the WFA Canterbury Stakes at Rosehill. Photo by Steve Hart.

Pierro will stand his first season at the famous Coolmore Stud …

Overreach to run a strong 1400m in Sires Produce

Overreach to run a strong 1400m in Sires Produce

10 Apr, 2013

Gai Waterhouse can see her Golden Slipper winner Overreach running out a strong 1400m when she backs up in the Group 1 $500,000 ATC Sires Produce Stakesat Randwick on Saturday.

Overreach winning Gai Waterhouse's 5th Golden Slipper. Photo by Steve Hart.

Waterhouse, who collected her fifth  trophy for winning the world’s richest two year old …

Nine Derby Rivals for It’s A Dundeel

Nine Derby Rivals for It’s A Dundeel

9 Apr, 2013

Classy New Zealand colt It’s A Dundeel will face nine rivals when he starts as an odds-on favourite in the Group 1 $1.5 million Australian Derby (2400m) at Randwick on Saturday.

It's A Dundeel heads a 10-horse Australian Derby field. Photo by: Steve Hart.

The Murray Baker-trained galloper has drawn barrier eight and is expected …

Pierro has blinkers back on in Canterbury Stakes

Pierro has blinkers back on in Canterbury Stakes

18 Mar, 2013

Star three year old Pierro will have the blinkers back on when he takes on his illustrious stablemate More Joyous in the Group 1 $350,000 Canterbury Stakes (1300m) at Rosehill on Saturday.

Pierro winning the Champagne Stakes last Autumn with the blinkers on. Photo by Steve Hart

Pierro scored a narrow first up win over …

Pierro ready for another outstanding autumn

Pierro ready for another outstanding autumn

5 Feb, 2013

Last season’s champion two year old Pierro has indicated another outstanding Autumn is in the making with an impressive barrier trial win at Rosehill this morning.

With regular rider Nash Rawiller still on the sidelines recovering from a broken ankle, Gai Waterhouse’s stable foreman Mark Newnham partnered Pierro in his easy three length trial win.…

Cavalry Rose leads all the way taking out the Thoroughbred Club Stakes

Cavalry Rose leads all the way taking out the Thoroughbred Club Stakes

13 Oct, 2012

Leading Sydney jockey Nash Rawiller took advantage of Cavalry Rose’s early gate speed to let the filly lead all of the way in taking out the Group 3 $150,000 Thoroughbred Club Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield today.

Trainer Gerald Ryan, who made it an early winning double with his other smart filly Snitzerland winning the previous …