News About Chad Schofield
Reigning ATC Oaks winner from the autumn in Sydney, the John Sargent-trained Gust Of Wind is the sole mare in a capacity Melbourne Cup 2015 field on Tuesday looking to break a lengthy drought of four-year-old mares in the ‘race that stops a nation’.
Jalan Jalan will undoubtedly face the biggest test of her short racing career in Saturday’s Group 3 Quezette Stakes (1100m) at Caulfield, but trainer Colin Little believes the filly has more than earned her shot at black type company and is confident of a competitive performance.
A smart field of promising three-year-old fillies will face off on PB Lawrence Stakes Day in Melbourne this Saturday with the field and betting markets for the Quezette Stakes 2015 now out.
Due to jump at 3:20pm (AEST) as Caulfield ...
The warmer weather and proven formula adopted by the Australian spring-bound Europeans has David Hayes’ and Tom Dabernig’s Cox Plate 2015 hope Criterion thriving during an extended stay in the UK.
An internationally performed son of ...
Before returning down under for the spring including a likely shot at the Cox Plate in October, the David Hayes & Tom Dabernig-trained stallion Criterion will have a final English run in the Juddmonte International 2015 at York where Chad Schofield is tipped to pick up the mount.
Talented Australian Criterion has laid a great account for himself at the 2015 Royal Ascot Carnival overnight; producing a commendable late kick to finish a credible fifth in the Group 1 Prince Of Wales’s Stakes (2012m).
Criterion received huge patriotic support in 2015 Prince Of ...
Following much speculation over the last fortnight as to who would be picked to take the ride, young Australian hoop Chad Schofield has been confirmed to partner talented 2000m specialist in next week’s Group 1 Prince Of Wales’s Stakes (2000m) at the Royal Ascot Carnival.
Three-year-old filly Bring Me The Maid has been confirmed amongst a particularly talented field of 16 for Saturday’s featured Group 1 BTC Cup (1200m) at Doomben but trainer Peter Moody is confident she is more than capable of a successful performance.
Talented stayer Like A Carousel was rated virtually no chance of success in the Group 1 Sydney Cup (3200m) on Saturday when leaving at triple-figure odds, but will be set for an appearance in this year’s edition of the Melbourne Cup after boxing on for a commendable third.
Before the four Group 1 features get underway at Royal Randwick on Saturday the three-year-old sprinters fight for their share of half-a-million in prize money on offer in the 2015 Arrowfield 3YO Sprint.