News About 2012 Expressway Stakes
Rain Affair has continued to add to his impressive race record by winning the Group 2 Expressway Stakes at Rosehill racecourse today February 11, 2012.
The Commands gelding has now won an unbelievable nine from ten race starts and earned close to $450,000 in prize money.
Trainer Joe Pride is planning to dodge Black Caviar and run Rain Affair next ...
Rosehill racecourse will be the scene of action-packed racing today, with the 2012 Expressway Stakes Day about to begin.
Due to the rain affected track, which is currently rates as a Slow 7, there have been a number of scratchings from the 11-card program.
The only race to feature no scratchings is the Group 1 Expressway Stakes, which will ...
While the major focus will be on Caulfield and the Blue Diamond Prelude meeting tomorrow don’t forget that group racing is also coming to Rosehill in the form of the 2012 Expressway Stakes.
It’s attracted a top field of horses and the current betting market is offering plenty of value for punters that are banking on an upset.
Joe Pride’s superlative sprinter Rain Affair has opened the odds-on favourite to give jockey Corey Brown a successive hat-trick of wins in the 2012 Expressway Stakes at Rosehill this Saturday.
Brown has ridden the past two winners of the $200,000 ...
Joe Pride’s boom sprinter Rain Affair will shoot for win number nine at just their 10th career start this Saturday when they take on a professional field boasting multiple Group 1 winners in the Expressway Stakes 2012 at Rosehill Gardens.
A bumper 10-race program at Rosehill this Saturday, additional races added to the card due to last weekend’s Warwick Farm washout, will be headlined by the 2012 Expressway Stakes that has drawn 15 nominations, four of which are from the stables of ace Sydney trainer Chris Waller.
Joe Pride’s classy Commands four-year-old Rain Affair was the standout runner at Tuesday morning’s Warwick Farm trials, the Newmarket Handicap 2012 nominated champ blitzing their rivals by an authoritative seven lengths.
Boasting an impressive strike rate of eight wins and a second from nine starts to date, Rain Affair finished their 800m hitout in a smart 46.10 seconds, a ...
Joe Pride’s multiple Group 1 winner Sacred Choice is engaged in a Warwick Farm trial this Tuesday ahead of her autumn return, the smart Choisir mare preparing to defend her title in the Doncaster Mile 2012 later this season.
2011 Queensland Horse of the Year, the now Chris Waller-trained Shoot Out is gearing up for an autumn return after racing in their first official trial of the season at Rosehill on Thursday morning.
The five-year-old High Chaparral gelding, last seen finishing two ...
Tracey Bartley’s veteran Queensland galloper Sniper’s Bullet showed they had plenty of racing left in their old legs with an eye-catching stakes placing on the weekend, and having repelled retirement plans for now, will be targeted at the riches of the upcoming 2012 Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival.