News About 2012 Randwick City Stakes
Local gelding Maules Creek has upset some quality international stayers to take top honours in the Listed 2012 Randwick City Stakes (2000m) in Sydney today.
The bookmaker.com.au third favourite ($8.00) built on a decent third-place finish last start in the Parramatta Cup to finish impressively in front of New Zealand gelding Herculian Prince and British race favourite Permit.
Gai Waterhouse ...
The countdown to the bumper 2012 Randwick Guineas Day of racing is nearly over with the action to begin shortly at Sydney’s Royal Randwick Racecourse.
The feature race is of course the 2012 Royal Randiwck Guineas which will see star three-year-old horses Mosheen and Manawanui go head to head over 1600 metres.
With the track rated as slow (6) today ...
With five foreign horses named to start in the 2012 Randwick City Stakes (2000m), it seems to be a matter more of which one rather than if an international horse will take top honours in the Listed stayer’s race.
British gelding Permit and Gai Waterhouse trained Herculian Prince are currently impossible to split in the bookmaker.com.au market, with both paying ...
Two international horses currently sit at the top end of the betting market for the Listed 2012 Randwick City Stakes which will run as part of an eight-race Randwick Guineas Day card this Saturday.
British gelding Permit and Gai Waterhouse trained New Zealand horse Herculian Prince are currently equal favourites at $5.50.
The Randwick City Stakes is run over 2000 ...
The Listed 2012 Randwick City Stakes (2000m) is the longest race on an action-packed Randwick Guineas Day card and some exciting horses have today been named in the final field.
A real international flavour will be apparent in the $100,000 event with five of the 15 horses set to run having come from overseas.
Headlining the international acts is Irish ...
The $100,000 Listed 2012 Randwick City Stakes is set to take place as part of Randwick Guineas Day at Royal Randiwck this weekend and a number of quality horses have been included for the 2000 metre stayer’s race.
Chris Waller trained Hawk Island ran in last year’s Melbourne Cup and has ten career victories from 42 starts.