News About 2012 Lightning Stakes
A number of promising fillies will be on show in Adelaide tomorrow for the Listed $80,000 2012 Lightning Stakes (1050m).
Open to both two and three-year-old horses, many in the 11-horse field are making the trip east after achieving success in Sydney or Melbourne.
With Monash Stakes winner Platelet scratched, Peter Moody-trained filly Le Societe is the new bookmaker.com.au ...
With in-form filly Platelet scratched from tomorrow’s Listed $80,000 2012 Lightining Stakes (1050m), Peter Moody’s Le Societe has assumed favouritism for the Morphetville feature.
Le Societe is currently being offered at $2.70 by bookmaker.com.au and has signalled plenty of potential in her young career.
From just five career starts, the daughter of Anabaa has posted three victories and produced a ...
In-form 2012 Lightning Stakes favourite Platelet (1050m) favourite is set to be scratched from Saturday’s Morphetville feature after developing a foot abscess yesterday.
The rising four-year-old earned favouritism for the $80,000 sprint on the back of some excellent winter form, winning her last three starts.
Trained by Darren Weir, Platelet was particularly impressive last start when beating a host ...
In-form Victorian three-year-old Platelet heads a 12-horse field named to run in the Listed $80,000 2012 Lightning Stakes (1050m) at Warwick Farm this weekend.
The Darren Weir-trained filly is chasing a fourth consecutive victory after proving a picture of consistency during an excellent winter preparation.
A daughter of Strategic, the rising four-year-old was particularly impressive last start when beating ...
Black-type racing returns to South Australia this weekend, with the Listed $80,000 2012 Lightning Stakes (1050m) set to take place at Morphetville Racecourse.
Restricted to two and three-year-olds, the 24-horse nominations list for Saturday’s feature is headlined by last-start winner Platelet who will travel ...
Black Caviar’s next race is now uncertain after she was forced to dig deep to win the 2012 Lightning Stakes at Flemington racecourse today.
The super mare was set to run in the 2012 Futurity Stakes at Caulfield next Saturday, however trainer Peter Moody made it clear she would most probably not make it to the race.
Black Caviar has shown her ability to complete a short back-up by winning the 2012 Lightning Stakesat Flemington Racecourse today.
The mighty five-year-old out-sprinted her rivals, including the talented Hay List, as she surged towards her 19th straight race victory.
Black Caviar paid ...
Lightning Stakes Day is due to take place at Flemington racecourse today February 18, 2012.
The rivalry between Hay List and Black Caviar is set to begin once again as the two line up against each other for the 2012 Lightning Stakesin Race 6.
Race fans and punters are in for a special treat this Saturday, Black Caviar horse racing action to take place for the second weekend in a row with Peter Moody’s magnificent mare to race in the 2012 Lightning Stakes.
Despite jockey Luke Nolen declaring Black Caviar 100 percent for her assignment in the 2012 Lightning Stakes at Flemington this Saturday, the queen has drifted out slightly in her price to successfully win her second elite level in seven days.