News About 2011 Stradbroke Handicap

The Spring Cup’s On Radar For Sincero

The Spring Cup’s On Radar For Sincero

He was written off by most after his run in the QTC Cup but Sincero bounced back to prove himself as one of the best horses in Australia through his Stradbroke Handicap win.

His reward for the victory looks like being a shot at some of the biggest races in Australia during the spring carnival.

The Cox Plate is well ...

Sincero Beats Beaded for Stradbroke Handicap Win

Sincero Beats Beaded for Stradbroke Handicap Win

Sincero is the 2011 Stradbroke Handicap winner

Stephen Farley’s star three-year-old Sincero on Saturday proved their form as a Group 1 winner, the gelding taking out the feature Brisbane Winter Carnival race beating home favourite Beaded in the $1 million Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap (1200m) at Eagle Farm.

Sincero silenced the many critics who believed he couldn’t match it ...

Woorim New Stradbroke Favourite Despite Rain

Woorim New Stradbroke Favourite Despite Rain

As the clouds continue to roll into Brisbane and the rain looking ready to fall over the Eagle Farm track, Robert Heathcote’s genuine galloper Woorim has surprisingly firmed into the favourite for the day’s feature showdown, the $1 million Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap (1400m).

Woorim has firmed into the Stradbroke Handicap favourite despite the threatening rain

Show A Heart five-year-old ...

Hoops Hope for Stradbroke Win After Lost Appeals

Hoops Hope for Stradbroke Win After Lost Appeals

On Friday two of Australia’s leading jockeys, Glyn Schofield and Hugh Bowman, had their appeals against careless riding suspensions rejected but are free to ride at today’s Stradbroke Handicap Day at Eagle Farm, both engaged for the marquee race at the meeting.

Glyn Schofield has the ride aboard Buffering in the Stradbroke Handicap

Bowman and Schofield were both charged ...

Sniper’s Shooting For Second Stradbroke

Sniper’s Shooting For Second Stradbroke

While there has been much hype around Black Piranha’s attempt at a third Stradbroke Handicap, the Tracey Bartley trained Sniper’s Bullet has been quietly preparing for an attempt to land his second Stradbroke.

Sniper’s Bullet emerged as genuine Group One horse when he won the Stradbroke in 2007, and Bartley believes the seven year old is well positioned for ...

Bell Ready to Rebel in Stradbroke

Bell Ready to Rebel in Stradbroke

Apprentice jockey Timothy Bell is ready for a big day at Eagle Farm on Saturday having been booked for four rides including his prize mount of the meeting aboard Border Rebel in the $1 million Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap (1400m).

Sue Grills’ talented Tamworth-trained galloper Border Rebel is unwanted in the Stradbroke markets at a long quote of $26, but ...

Bold Chance to Break Darling Downs’ Stradbroke Drought

Bold Chance to Break Darling Downs’ Stradbroke Drought

Gallant Toowoomba-trained galloper Bold Glance has the chance to push his trainer Norm Hilton into the Brisbane racing history books by claiming a huge upset win in Saturday’s $1 million Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap (1400m) at Eagle Farm.

Sequalo gelding Bold Glance is a $21 outsider in the Stradbroke Handicap markets, the rising six-year-old facing a tough task of ...

New Blinkers to Conquer Loves Curse

New Blinkers to Conquer Loves Curse

The Hawkes team are set to try an unusual tactic with Stradbroke hopeful Love Conquers All at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

Love Conquers All will race in a visor in the Stradbroke Handicap

Michael Hawkes, who has been overseeing the preparation of Love Conquers All on the Sunshine Coast said that his charge would race in a visor, which ...

Moore Reasons for Buffering to Win Stradbroke

Moore Reasons for Buffering to Win Stradbroke

He is one of only a handful of Australians to have scored a goal in a soccer world cup and has played for some of the biggest clubs in the world, but these days former Socceroo Craig Moore gets his kicks out of thoroughbred ownership.

Moore owns a share in Stradbroke Handicap hopeful Buffering, and he admits that he has ...

Pride’s Lady in June Stakes

Pride’s Lady in June Stakes

The Joe Pride trained Lady’s Angel will not be a starter in the Stradbroke Handicap.

Pride has made the decision to keep the horse in Sydney and enter her in the June Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.

Lady’s Angel is listed as first emergency for the Stradbroke, but Pride has made the decision to leave the mare in Sydney, preferring ...