News About 2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes

Zoutenant Primed for Eskimo Prince Stakes Return

Zoutenant Primed for Eskimo Prince Stakes Return

Trainer Gai Waterhouse is thrilled to have added Zoutenant to her stables for the 2016 Autumn Carnival and believes the tough three-year-old is capable of first-up success in Saturday’s Group 3 Eskimo Prince Stakes (1200m) at Royal Randwick. Posting a credible two wins and three minors through ten career starts so far, Zoutenant clearly needed…

Scissor Kicks into Autumn with 2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes Win

Scissor Kicks into Autumn with 2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes Win

Three-year-old colt Scissor Kick will be one to watch this autumn after an impressive first-up victory in the Group 3 Eskimo Prince Stakes (1200m) at Rosehill on Saturday. Scissor Kick was one of four horses resuming in the sprint race, with a starting price of $6 at . The colt managed to win from Delectation…

2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes Tips & Selections

2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes Tips & Selections

The Group 3 Eskimo Prince Stakes (1200m) will see the return of top spring sprinters Scissor Kick, Kermadec, and Delectation this Saturday at Rosehill. A classy yet small field of seven will contest the $150,000 race following the scratching of John O’Shea’s Meursault. All but one of the runners are offering single figure odds at…

Scissor Kick Will Bring Class to 2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes

Scissor Kick Will Bring Class to 2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes

Some could argue that three-year-old Scissor Kick should already be a Group One winner. Yet for whatever the reason may be, the royally bred colt remains without one. Scissor Kick came close last spring in the Group 1 Golden Rose Stakes (1400m), where he defied a wide run to take the lead in the straight…

Fitness is Key to Splitting Waller’s Three 2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes Runners

Fitness is Key to Splitting Waller’s Three 2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes Runners

As he has become wont to do, Chris Waller will saddle multiple runners in the Group 3 Eskimo Prince Stakes (1200m) at Rosehill on Saturday. In a field of just seven, three sprinters will represent Waller’s stable, which means the trainer holds almost half the field. Delectation and Kermadec will resume in the 2015 Eskimo…

2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes Betting Update

2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes Betting Update

Just seven sprinters will head to Rosehill on Saturday and run in the Group 3 Eskimo Prince Stakes (1200m) after John O’Shea scratched Meursault in favour of a Benchmark 74 race at Canterbury tomorrow. The betting market for the Eskimo Prince Stakes remains wide open at with all but one runner offering single figure odds….

Scissor Kick Leads 2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes Field

Scissor Kick Leads 2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes Field

The Group 3 Eskimo Prince Stakes (1200m) is one of two black-type races running at Rosehill this Saturday, on the eve of the autumn carnival. Eight three-year-old sprinters featured in the final field released on Wednesday, including half of which are resuming. Chris Waller is set to dominate the race after accepting with three of…

Memorial Late Entry for 2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes

Memorial Late Entry for 2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes

John O’Shea has taken full advantage of the extended deadline for Group 3 Eskimo Prince Stakes (1200m) nominations, making three-year-old filly Memorial a late entry. Memorial joins stable mate Meursault in contention for the $150,000 sprint race, which means racing giant Godolphin could deliver a dual-pronged attack at Rosehill on Saturday. The filly was originally…

Angland Keen to Impress with Scissor Kick in 2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes

Angland Keen to Impress with Scissor Kick in 2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes

Tye Angland will get a good understanding of his potential autumn prospects on Saturday when he partners two promising horses at Rosehill Gardens. The 25-year-old jockey will ride Scissor Kick in the Group 3 Eskimo Prince Stakes (1200m) for Paul Messara and Odyssey Moon in the Inglis Classic (1200m) for Rodney Northam. After returning to…

Fitness to Work in Inz’n’out Favour in 2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes

Fitness to Work in Inz’n’out Favour in 2015 Eskimo Prince Stakes

Three-year-old colt Inz’n’out has finished in the first three in all seven of his career starts however the Group 3 Eskimo Prince Stakes (1200m) at Rosehill on Saturday will be his first black-type race. Trainer Gerald Ryan readily admits to throwing Inz’n’out into the deep end but believes his fitness level will make up for…