News About: Vision And Power

Terravista To Be Ridden Quieter In George Ryder Stakes Field

Terravista To Be Ridden Quieter In George Ryder Stakes Field

25 Mar, 2014

Trainer Joseph Pride has revealed that jockey Jason Collett will be instructed to position Terravista off the speed in the 2014 George Ryder Stakes at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday.

Terravista will be making his debut at Group 1 level in the 2914 George Ryder Stakes at Rosehill Gardens this weekend. Photo by: Steve Hart

Terravista …

Terravista To Make Group 1 Debut In The George Ryder Stakes

Terravista To Make Group 1 Debut In The George Ryder Stakes

12 Mar, 2014

Trainer Joseph Pride has revealed that progressive gelding Terravista is set to make his debut at Group 1 level in the 2014 George Ryder Stakes at Rosehill Gardens on March 29.

Terravista will be chasing his third straight victory when he contests the George Ryder Stakes at Rosehill Gardens in just over a fortnight. Photo …

Ten-Time Group 1 Winner King Mufhasa Retired

Ten-Time Group 1 Winner King Mufhasa Retired

19 Dec, 2013

New Zealand superstar Mufhasa, who raced as King Mufhasa in Australia, has been retired after pulling up lame following a trackwork gallop on Tuesday.

King Mufhasa finishes his racing career with an amazing ten wins at Group 1 level including two victories in Australia. Photo by: Race Horse Photos Australia

King Mufhasa was nearing a …

Rain Affair To Contest 2014 T.J. Smith Stakes

Rain Affair To Contest 2014 T.J. Smith Stakes

18 Dec, 2013

Speedy sprinter Rain Affair will have his third straight crack at the Group 1 T.J. Smith Stakes (1200m) during the 2014 Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival.

Rain Affair will be one of several horses Joseph Pride hopes can perform well at Group 1 level during the 2014 Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival. Photo by: Steve Hart

Rain …

Pride Pins Neeson As New Stable Star

Pride Pins Neeson As New Stable Star

5 Jul, 2011

Neeson will begin his Spring Carnival preparation with a barrier trial today

Trainer Joe Pride has high hopes for his four-year-old gelding Neeson, who will begin his spring season preparation with a barrier trial today.

The trainer is waving goodbye to dual Group 1 winner Vision And Power, who will now go to live out …

Soggy Rosehill To Break Vision & Power’s Drought

Soggy Rosehill To Break Vision & Power’s Drought

1 Jun, 2011

Vision And Power is looking to get back into the winner's cicle with the Winter Cup

The journey of veteran Vision And Power will continue this weekend at Rosehill as he looks to get back into the winners circle in Saturday’s Winter Cup at Rosehill.

Joe Pride is adamant the eight-year-old can still win in …

Cassidy To Attempt Old School Magic With Vison & Power

Cassidy To Attempt Old School Magic With Vison & Power

16 May, 2011

An experienced jockey will jump back aboard an experienced horse in this weekend’s Doomben cup for what trainer Jo Pride hopes will be a successful reunion.

Vision And Power will contest the Group 1 event in the latest attempt by Pride to claim some more success in the twilight of his career.

It’s now being …

Sad End to an Empire

Sad End to an Empire

9 May, 2011

Empire's Choice

In a devastating result at Canterbury on Saturday for maestro trainer Bart Cummings, his seven-year-old galloper Empire’s Choice broke down and subsequently had to be euthanised.

The Redoute’s Choice entire lined up for their 25th career start in the $100,000 Canterbury BMW Lord Mayor’s Cup (1900m) but failed to finish after breaking …

Treble On The Cards As Waller’s World Rolls On

Treble On The Cards As Waller’s World Rolls On

6 May, 2011

It seems unlikely but given the incredible journey that 2011 has been for Chris Waller we’re not prepared to put anything past the New Zealand born trainer.

He has an unprecedented opportunity in the upcoming hours to grab three feature races, across three race course and two states.

On paper they look the goods as …

Connections Choice To Keep Racing Sacred

Connections Choice To Keep Racing Sacred

3 May, 2011

Sacred Choice was an odds on favourite to be retired at the end of her Autumn Carnival after the emotional speech given by her trainer Joe Pride earlier in the season.

It was just after her Doncaster Mile Victory and Pride said Sacred Choice had already given he and the connections everything they could have …