News About 2015 July Cup
Chris Waller’s superstar colt Brazen Beau failed to impress in his final career run when seventh in England’s July Cup 2015 over the weekend.
Dual Group 1 winner back in Australia, three-year-old I Am Invincible colt Brazen Beau ...
Chris Waller’s star colt and stallion prospect Brazen Beau who is off to stud after his next run has drawn the outside barrier in this weekend’s July Cup 2015 at Newmarket Racecourse but remains favourite for the English feature at bookmakers down under.
Despite a disappointing performance in Melbourne’s Sir John Monash Stakes over the weekend, plans for the Robbie Laing-trained Lord Of The Sky are to press on with 2015 Bletchingly Stakes bid back at Caulfield Racecourse at the end of the month.
After the announcement early in the week Australia’s Craig Williams would be replaced for the July Cup 2015 run on Chris Waller’s star colt Brazen Beau, a new hoop in the form of James Doyle has been secured by connections of the retiring galloper.
It was the stuff of a cold break-up, jockey Craig Williams informed by a text message he would not be required to partner Chris Waller’s star colt Brazen Beau when the horse has his swansong race in the 2015 July Cup at England’s Newmarket Racecourse next month.
The Chris Waller-trained Brazen Beau will don the classic royal blue silk colours of racing powerhouse Godolphin for his swansong run in the July Cup 2015 at Newmarket in England next month before his retirement to stud.
Chris Waller’s star colt Brazen Beau was far from disgraced at England’s Royal Ascot over the weekend when narrowly beaten in the closing stages to run second behind American galloper Undrafted in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes 2015.