News About 2015 Royal Ascot
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.
Despite connections of the Sir Michael Stoute-trained stallion Snow Sky considering a range of the season’s other international majors the Melbourne Cup 2015 at Flemington Racecourse on the first Tuesday of November is still an option for the authoritative Hardwicke Stakes winner.
Fourth behind Fiorente in the 2013 Melbourne Cup, connections of the now eight-year-old veteran Irish galloper Simenon are looking at a return trip down under for a shot at this year’s famous Flemington feature on the first Tuesday of November.
Four-year-old European galloper Trip To Paris could be Flemington-bound this spring with a Melbourne Cup 2015 bid on the cards for the recent Royal Ascot winner.
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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.
The David Hayes & Tom Dabernig-trained Australian galloper Criterion was unable to win at Hong Kong over the weekend in his second career run at Sha Tin Racecourse but was far from disgraced running a close third in the QEII Cup.
The always optimistic Gai Waterhouse was quick to announce plans to send her exciting three-year-old Wandjina to Royal Ascot this season for a shot at the 2015 Diamond Jubilee Stakes before his retirement to stud in the spring.
Confident co-trainer David Hayes has ambitious plans to head to England’s Royal Ascot later this year with today’s Queen Elizabeth Stakes 2015 winner Criterion after the elite four-year-old whipped his rivals in the $4 million Royal Randwick feature.