News About: World Cup
Darley trainer Peter Snowden has put his star sprinter Sepoy on the same pedestal as super stars Octagonal and Lonhro, each of whom won ten Group 1s.
Paul Snowden who looks after the team in Melbourne said that his father rated Sepoy as one of the best horses we have ever trained.
Peter Snowden was …
Golden Slipper winner Sepoy will have to set an Oakleigh Plate weight carrying record if he is to take out the $400,000 Group 1 (1100m) at Caulfield on Saturday.
Sepoy has been allocated 58kgs for his return to racing and will have to produce a weight carrying record for three year olds to take out …
Jockey Glyn Schofield is set to serve it up to Black Caviar in the Group 1 $750,000 Coolmore Lightning Stakes (1000m) at Flemington tomorrow, but Luke Nolan is relishing the challenge.
Schofield will be aboard top sprinter Hay List who is meeting Black Caviar for the fifth time and the closest he could get to …
With Dubai becoming higher on the list for champion Black Caviar’s world wide romp, trainer Peter Moody will do some pre-race reconnaissance before the March 31 World Cup meeting.
The Golden Jubilee Stakes (1200m) at Royal Ascot in June is still Black Caviar’s major goal but connections are very keen about a stopover in Dubai …
Australian racegoers look certain to miss out on the clash of year when mighty mare Black Caviar and Darley’s sprint king Sepoy finally front up against each other in Dubai.
Black Caviar’s managing owner Neil Werrett has placed Dubai high on the list as …
Jockey Kerrin McEvoy will retain the rides on the Peter Snowden trained Sepoy and Helmet when they line up in Dubai during their World Cup campaigns.
McEvoy said that Darley supremo Sheikh Mohammed had advised him that he would be required to ride Sepoy in the in the $US2 million Golden Shaheen (1200m) at Meydan …
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