News About 2015 Hong Kong Sprint
Chautauqua’s prospects of contesting the 2015 Hong Kong Sprint (1200m) in December took a blow when he placed second in the Darley Classic a fortnight ago, however co-trainer Wayne Hawkes has revealed the popular gelding remains a 90% chance of the trip to Sha Tin Racecourse.
Trainer John Moore has been pleased with the class displayed by Not Listenin’tome since his arrival in Hong Kong, and is hopeful the former Sydney sprinter can complete an ideal tune-up for next month’s 2015 Hong Kong Sprint (1200m) in Saturday’s International Trial (1200m) at Sha Tin.
Beaten odds-on favourite in Saturday’s Darley Classic at Flemington, the Team Hawkes-trained Chautauqua could still head to Sha Tin next month for a shot at the Hong Kong Sprint 2015.
A winner of his three lead-up runs ...
Team Hawkes’ star sprinter Chautauqua headlines a four-horse Australian contingent entered for an overseas bid chasing success in December’s 2015 Hong Kong Sprint at Sha Tin this summer.
Connections have the dual Group 1 winner set for an ...
Popular sprinter Chautauqua remains undefeated this spring after mustering a huge late turn of foot at Flemington this afternoon to take out the Group 2 Gilgai Stakes (1200m) with complete ease.
Jumping from the gates well, jockey Dwayne Dunn elected to settle Chautauqua off the ...
Ciaron Maher has named the Manikato Stakes 2015 under the lights at Moonee Valley late next month as the likely first-up run for his dual Group 1 winning mare Srikandi this Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival.
Co-trainer Michael Hawkes this week confirmed end-of-spring plans for stable star Chautauqua to race in Flemington’s Darley Classic 2015 before a possible trip to Hong Kong for the stallion’s international debut.
Flying Caulfield-based horseman Ciaron Maher is making early plans to set his dual Group 1 winning winter sensation Srikandi towards an international campaign at the end of the year in Hong Kong after a Darley Classic 2015 run in Melbourne this spring.