News About 2016 San Domenico Stakes

Star Turn Upsets Capitalist in San Domenico Stakes

Star Turn Upsets Capitalist in San Domenico Stakes

Three-year-old Star Turn has returned to racing in the best way possible at Rosehill Gardens this afternoon; producing an impressive all-round effort to win the Group 3 San Domenico Stakes (1100m). Star Turn received some interest in 2016 San Domenico Stakes betting markets in the hours leading up to jump as punters turned their attention…

2016 San Domenico Stakes Tips and Betting Preview

2016 San Domenico Stakes Tips and Betting Preview

Only six three-year-olds will contest the featured Group 3 San Domenico Stakes (1100m) at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday, but the depth of talent confirmed undoubtedly underlines the race at one of the weekend’s most highly-anticipated events. Boom colt Capitalist will make his highly-anticipated return to racing in the San Domenico Stakes and remains a clear…

Capitalist Dominates 2016 San Domenico Stakes Odds

Capitalist Dominates 2016 San Domenico Stakes Odds

Despite having a number of hoodoos to overcome first-up on the weekend the San Domenico Stakes 2016 odds are firmly dominated by the returning Peter & Paul Snowden-trained Capitalist. Last weekend was the original date of return for the Golden Slipper Stakes winning son of Written Tycoon, but connections scratched the colt from the Missile…

Aussie Debut in San Domenico for Manolo Blahniq

Aussie Debut in San Domenico for Manolo Blahniq

Tony Noonan’s Kiwi expat Manolo Blahniq debuts down under in the 2016 San Domenico Stakes on Saturday in Sydney with his performance in the Group 3 to determine where to next for the son of Jimmy Choux. New Zealand-trained champion Jimmy Choux enjoyed plenty of success in Australia as a three-year-old winning the 2011 Rosehill…

Six Acceptors for 2016 San Domenico Stakes Field

Six Acceptors for 2016 San Domenico Stakes Field

A diminutive field of just six three-year-olds will face off in the San Domenico Stakes 2016 at Rosehill Gardens this Saturday in Sydney including the odds-on favourite Capitalist. The Peter & Paul Snowden-trained Written Tycoon colt hasn’t raced since scoring a win in the world’s richest race for juveniles in the autumn’s $3.5 million Group…

Mount Panorama Geared Up for San Domenico

Mount Panorama Geared Up for San Domenico

Gary Moore is looking forward to the race return of recent stable acquisition Mount Panorama who has a tough task first-up facing Capitalist in the 2016 San Domenico Stakes this weekend. Moore took over the training of the smart Sebring gelding, formerly prepared by Hawkes Racing, when the galloper was purchased by clients of his…

Early 2016 San Domenico Stakes Betting: Capitalist Odds-On

Early 2016 San Domenico Stakes Betting: Capitalist Odds-On

Unsurprisingly the Peter & Paul Snowden-trained Capitalist has opened odds-on favourite in pre-field San Domenico Stakes 2016 betting for his delayed return on Saturday. The Golden Slipper winning son of Written Tycoon was accepted for a first-up run last weekend in the weight-for-age Group 2 Missile Stakes (1200m), but Team Snowden didn’t want the three-year-old…

Russian Revolution Heads Early Vain Stakes 2016 Odds

Russian Revolution Heads Early Vain Stakes 2016 Odds

The Peter & Paul Snowden-trained Russian Revolution has opened the ante-post favourite to win his Melbourne debut on Saturday in the 2016 Vain Stakes at Caulfield Racecourse. The promising Snitzel colt has won both of his career starts to date in Sydney, the latest a two length victory over 1200m at Randwick from June 25….

Capitalist Leads 2016 San Domenico Stakes Nominations

Capitalist Leads 2016 San Domenico Stakes Nominations

After being scratched out from last weekend’s mud meet at Randwick, Golden Rose-bound colt Capitalist is nominated for a rescheduled first-up run in Saturday’s San Domenico Stakes 2016 at Rosehill Gardens. The $3.5 million winning son of Written Tycoon was last seen taking out the Group 1 Golden Slipper Stakes (1200m) in the autumn and…

Russian Revolution Avoids Capitalist Clash in Vain

Russian Revolution Avoids Capitalist Clash in Vain

Co-trainer Peter Snowden will keep colts Russian Revolution and Capitalist in separate states on Saturday with the former heading south to Caulfield Racecourse for a 2016 Vain Stakes run on Saturday. The stable’s Golden Slipper winning son of Written Tycoon, Capitalist, avoided a run in the mud last weekend and was scratched from a first-up…