News About: Xtension
Chris Waller’s multiple Group 1 winner Shoot Out and New Zealand veteran King Mufhasa are the only Australasian acceptors for the Group 1 Champions Mile (1600m) at Sha Tin on May 5.
Neither are confirmed starters but both certainly have the form to warrant the Hong Kong trip.
Shoot Out will carry the topweight of…
As Australian jockeys continue to dominate the racing scene in Hong Kong, sidelined Darren Beadman is no closer to making a comeback from injuries he received in a horror fall at Sha Tin back in February.
Beadman will have to forego his position as stable rider for premiership winning trainer John Mooreafter the latest MRI…
Brisbane racegoers will get a chance to see talented New Zealand jockey James McDonald ride in Queensland again after the young rider showed off his outstanding ability on the world stage in Hong Kong on the weekend.
Prominent Hong Kong trainer John Moore was full of praise for McDonald after steering Xtension to back to…
International jockey Jeff Lloyd has picked up the ride on Xtension in the Dubai World Cup at the expense of top Australian jockey Darren Beadman.
Beadman suffered a broken cheekbone as well as head trauma in a nasty fall in a barrier trial accident at Sha Tin on February 17 and will be out of…
The long spring campaign of Jimmy Choux came to an unsuccessful end when local bolter Able One scored in the $2.5m Group 1 Hong Kong Mile (1600m) at Sha Tintoday.
The Kiwi galloper had been up since August and racing in a third country but still looked a winning chance at the home turn.
While Australia’s may be hoping Jimmy Choux($5) wins today’s Hong Kong Mile at Sha Tin for Australasia, truth is there no Aussie in the Kiwi - horse, jockey, trainer or owners.
Trainers John Size (Flying Blue ($21) and Sichuan Success ($8.50), John Moore (Xensions ($4.50) , Able One ($12) and Destined For Glory) ($11) and…
Australasia’s chance of gaining Hong Kong International success took a turn for the better when its lone representative Jimmy Choux drew barrier two in $A2.5m Hong Kong Mile today.
The four-year-old entire’s extended campaign seems on track after a pleasing piece of trackwork at Sha Tin yesterday under the eye of trainer John Bary.
Irish trainer John Moore’s Destined For Glory will go on towards the Group 1 Hong Kong Mile next month after posting an upset victory in the Jockey Club Mile at Hong Kong’s Sha Tin Racecourse yesterday.
Destined For Glory shocked Moore with his narrow victory over local favourite Ambitious Dragon.
“It was certainly a surprise…
South Africa’s Gitano Hernando is being aimed at this year’s Melbourne Cup after winning the $2.27 million Singapore Cup last Sunday.
Racing Victoria’s international recruitment officer Leigh Jordan was in Singapore for the race and is in discussions with Gitano Hernando’s trainer, Herman Brown, to bring the horse over for the $6 million race.
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