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Shamalia Wins 2015 Birthday Card Stakes

Shamalia Wins 2015 Birthday Card Stakes

Golden Slipper Day kicked off at Rosehill this afternoon with the Group 3 Birthday Card Stakes (1200m), which saw eight fillies and mares battle it out. Team Hawkes’ Mossfun wore side winkers to increase her chances at winning the race after running a disappointing sixth in her first two starts this campaign. The going was…

2015 Golden Slipper Day Scratchings & Track Report

2015 Golden Slipper Day Scratchings & Track Report

Sydney is packed full of top-class racing today with an incredible five Group 1 races running at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse. The nine race, entire black-type meeting is highlighted by the $3.5 million Golden Slipper (1200m), which will see 16 promising two-year-olds battle it out in the richest juvenile race in the world. It’ll be a…

2015 Birthday Card Stakes Betting: Top Three Hard to Split

2015 Birthday Card Stakes Betting: Top Three Hard to Split

The Group 3 Birthday Card Stakes (1200m), kicking off the race meeting at Rosehill this Saturday, has seen a mass exodus of late with three runners all getting scratched from the race in the past 24 hours. David Pfieffer’s Atmospherical was scratched in favour of the Group The Galaxy (1100m), for which she was first…

Mossfun Drawn Wide in 2015 Birthday Card Stakes Field

Mossfun Drawn Wide in 2015 Birthday Card Stakes Field

Team Hawkes’ Mossfun will return to Rosehill one year after winning the Group 1 Golden Slipper (1200m) but in different circumstances. While a new batch of promising two-year-olds will contest the $3.5 million feature race this Saturday, Mossfun will run in the Group 3 Birthday Card Stakes (1200m) worth just $150,000. Mossfun missed out on…

2015 Birthday Card Stakes Nominations Feature Mossfun

2015 Birthday Card Stakes Nominations Feature Mossfun

Nominations for the Group 3 Birthday Card Stakes (1200m) closed yesterday morning, with 15 fillies and mares declaring their interest in the sprint race. Featured in the field, just shy of headlining it, is the Team Hawkes-trained Mossfun. The three-year-old filly had a fantastic autumn campaign last autumn that saw her win the Group 1…