News About 2012 Canterbury Stakes
More Joyous has justified her odds-on favouritism in today’s 2012 Canterbury Stakes by taking top honours ahead of Monton and Metal Bender.
The classy Gai Waterhouse trained five-year-old added the $175,000 Group 2 win to her highly impressive resume which now stands at 16 wins from 23 starts.
It was the first run for the glamour mare since last October ...
An action-packed day of racing is set to take place at Rosehill Gardens today for the 2012 Coolmore Classic Day which features a who’s who of talented horses.
The headline race is of course the 2012 Coolmore Classic for fillies and mares but also set to run is the Group 1 2012 Ranvet Stakes which will see Shoot Out attempt ...
A bumper day of racing is set to take place at Rosehill Gardens tomorrow and one exciting race on the card is the Group 2 $175,000 2012 Canterbury Stakes (1300m).
Odds-on favourite More Joyous is paying $2.60 at bookmaker.com.au and the glamour mare should prove too classy in her first hit out following a spell.
Trained by Gai Waterhouse, the ...
A high class field of 15 horses will line up in tomorrow’s 2012 Canterbury Stakes and included are an astonshing eight Group 1 winners.
Headlining the list is Gai Waterhouse trained champion More Joyous who will be resuming from a spell in the $175,000 Group 2 event.
While all the focus has been on the return of New Zealand mare More Joyous in the lead up to the Group 2 2012 Canterbury Stakes (1300m), local gelding Sincero will also be racing for the first time since being spelled last October.
The Stephen Farley trained four-year-old will be looking to put some early results on the board after ...
Somepin Anypin trainer Gary Portelli is satisfied the promising gelding has overcome a wounded foot and will go into the Group 2 $175,000 2012 Canterbury Stakes (1300m) at full fitness.
The four-year-old stepped on a nail last weekend but after some heavy healing work and a solid gallop yesterday morning, the Portelli camp is confident no fitness has been lost ...
Gai Waterhouse trained mare More Joyous will head into her fast race back following a spell as a short-priced favourite in the 2012 Canterbury Stakes at Rosehill Gardens this Saturday.
The New Zealand horse currently sits at $2.80 at bookmaker.com.au to collect top billings in the $175,000 Group 2 event (1300m).
Highly successful New Zealand mare More Joyous will have her first run since October when she lines up in the Group 2 2012 Canterbury Stakes at Rosehill Garden’s this Saturday.
The Gai Waterhouse trained five-year-old was today named in the final field for the $175,000 event which will be run over 1300 metres.