News About 2015 Queensland Guineas

Jabali Breaks Maiden Status With 2015 Queensland Guineas Win

Jabali Breaks Maiden Status With 2015 Queensland Guineas Win

It took 14 runs but the Mick Price-trained Jabali peaked at the right time to break his maiden status in Doomben’s lucrative Queensland Guineas 2015 on Stradbroke Handicap Day. The Exceed And Excel colt prepared at Caulfield in Melbourne by Price had failed to finish better than fifth, which he ran last start behind Najoom…

2015 Queensland Guineas Betting Tips

2015 Queensland Guineas Betting Tips

Outside of the hat-trick of Group 1 races on the Doomben program for Saturday one of the key Stradbroke Handicap Day support acts is the Queensland Guineas 2015, betting tips for the three-year-olds’ showdown detailed below. Set to run as Race 5 at 1:42pm (AEST), this year’s $400,000 Group 2 Sky Racing Queensland Guineas (1600m)…

Sure And Fast Tops Queensland Guineas 2015 Odds

Sure And Fast Tops Queensland Guineas 2015 Odds

Bede Murray’s Sydney raider Sure And Fast is sitting as the narrow favourite to take out the 2015 Queensland Guineas at Doomben Racecourse on Saturday in a wide open affair for the three-year-olds’ classic. An all black-type line-up runs in Brisbane for Stradbroke Handicap Day this weekend including the $400,000 Group 2 Sky Racing Queensland…

Capacity 2015 Queensland Guineas Field Released

Capacity 2015 Queensland Guineas Field Released

A capacity field of three-year-old milers is engaged to face off in the Queensland Guineas 2015 this Saturday as part of the Stradbroke Handicap Day action at Doomben Racecourse. Set to run as Doomben Race 5 at 1:42pm (AEST), this year’s $400,000 Group 2 Sky Racing Queensland Guineas (1600m) features 16 confirmed starters plus five…

Time For War Sweats on 2015 Stradbroke Start

Time For War Sweats on 2015 Stradbroke Start

The exact make-up of the Stradbroke Handicap 2015 field will be known at final acceptance stage on Wednesday morning so until then connections of smart three-year-old colt Time For War are sweating on the attrition rate for Queensland’s richest race. A number of livewire chances for the $2 million Group 1 AAMI Stradbroke Handicap (1350m),…

2015 Queensland Guineas Nominations Feature Miss Cover Girl

2015 Queensland Guineas Nominations Feature Miss Cover Girl

While Gai Waterhouse has ruled out another spring run for her recent Fred Best Classic winning filly Najoom, runner-up in that race Miss Cover Girl is one of the headline Queensland Guineas 2015 nominations taken for this weekend in Brisbane. A notable support race on the Stradbroke Handicap Day line-up at Doomben Racecourse on Saturday,…

2015 Queensland Day Plate Results: Mohave Wins the Last

2015 Queensland Day Plate Results: Mohave Wins the Last

The boys in blue at Godolphin enjoyed a win in the last on Queensland Oaks Day at Doomben Racecourse with honest gelding Mohave taking out the Queensland Day Plate 2015. Ridden by James McDonald who was happy to finish the day on a high, the winning Exceed And Excel three-year-old appreciated getting a firmer track…

Murt The Flirt Targets 2015 Queensland Guineas

Murt The Flirt Targets 2015 Queensland Guineas

Brendan McCarthy’s smart three-year-old Murt The Flirt will race in Ipswich today on way to a run in the Queensland Guineas 2015 on Stradbroke Handicap Day in Brisbane Saturday week. The Murtajill gelding has won two of his five career starts to date and will look for a hat-trick of turf triumphs in the $20,000…

Dual Guineas Aim for 2015 Gunsynd Classic Winner Worthy Cause

Dual Guineas Aim for 2015 Gunsynd Classic Winner Worthy Cause

Sunshine Coast-based horseman John Zielke has massive plans this year with his 2015 Gunsynd Classic winner Worthy Cause who will be set for a Flemington raid in Melbourne this spring after a dual Guineas campaign in Queensland through the winter. The progressive Choisir colt had his ninth career start and his second at the Gold…

2015 Queensland Guineas On Horizon for Good Project

2015 Queensland Guineas On Horizon for Good Project

Top Sydney trainer Chris Waller found success at Royal Randwick Racecourse on Saturday thanks to Good Project, who won the Tab Place Multi Handicap (1600m). Good Project was firm favourite to win the mile race out of the six starters and the three-year-old gelding justified his favouritism, winning a head from Sam Kavanagh’s Invinzabeel. The…