News About: Wyong
Talented colt Zoutenant has continued his impressive career start this afternoon, displaying a strong turn of foot in the final straight to take out the Wyong Magic Millions 2.y.o Classic (1200m).
Jumping from the gates well, Zoutenant settled in …
Gerald Ryan is one trainer glad that the heavens have opened and is looking forward to seeing his two year old Assassinate competing on a wet Rosehill surface on Saturday.
Rosehill has been rated a heavy 9 after a week of rain and with more showers forecast Ryan is hopeful Assassinate can leapfrog into the …
Racing NSW faces some fierce debate over the coming weeks and months with more and more clubs staking claim to the lucrative Saturday meetings.
Wyong, Gosford and Hawkesbury are all pushing more a bigger share of the pie with Newcastle and Kembla Grange the main two under threat.
The success of the Hawkesbury standalone Saturday …
Gai Waterhouse is risking having no entrant in the 2012 Magic Millions Classic with her hopes pinned on the outcome of tomorrows Magic Millions event at Wyong.
Waterhouse has gambled her spot in the $2 million event with both Pierro and Pure Hustle ruled out of the Gold Coast next month.
Her sole chance now …
Given four days is a long time when it comes to two year old racing four months is an absolute eternity.
Such is the forward thinking nature of Chris Waller though that he’s already planning a path that will lead him into the autumn.
The horse in question is Fundido and Waller believes he well …
Steve Farley was a consistent performer around the provincial circuit of New South Wales coming into this year, he had a handy team of horses and clocked up regular winners.
He’d be the first to admit though he needed that real flagship horse to take him to the next level and not just win in …
The formula for winning a Melbourne Cup has become pretty clear over the last two years, buy something French.
That’s the strategy Kim Waugh is employing anyway as she prepares for the arrival of Sheniyan at her Wyong stables.
The French currently have a stranglehold on the race that stops the nation with Americain winning …
Queensland trainer Brian Smith enjoys making the trip down the east coast to tackle the New South Wales country cup circuit and today it’s the Wyong Cup.
It’s a race he’s actually won before, although to say it’s been a long time between drinks is an understatement.
The horse that did the job for him …
The 2011 Caulfield Cup may still be months away but tomorrow could be make it or break it time for the Ross Simpson and Tracey Barnes trained Viking Legend.
The five year old gelding will line up in the Wyong Cup and his performance there will dictate to connections what type of spring path he …
Jim Cassidy will not be available to ride during the Wyong Cup meeting tomorrow after succumbing to injury.
The top level Sydney rider sustained damage to his left hand yesterday and medical advice didn’t deliver good news.
Cassidy already had to forgo five mounts at Canterbury yesterday but will now miss Friday as well.
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