News About Damien Thornton
The Chris Crook & Imogen Miller-trained improver Tshahitsi broke through for his maiden stakes victory overnight at Launceston Racecourse continuing his gun form at the track in the Tasmanian Newmarket Handicap 2016.
The punters may be rallying around the Victorian-trained defending champ for Friday night’s Bow Mistress Trophy 2016 at Hobart Racecourse but local horseman John Blacker is confident his mare Erin’s Element is prime for an upset.
The top rated of the Victorian raiders in Tasmania’s Bow Mistress Trophy 2016 field for this Friday at Hobart Racecourse, Nadeem Lass has suffered an early blow drawing the outside gate in the capacity line-up.
Sydney’s premier trainer Chris Waller has confirmed plans to scratch one of his four 2015 Winter Stakes hopes from the feature race at Rosehill this weekend with returning import Instrumentalist to run in Melbourne instead.
Glenn Thornton’s visiting Victorian mare Vibrant Rouge scored an upset win in last night’s Vamos Stakes 2015 at Launceston Racecourse in a gutsy, narrow result to the fillies and mares showdown.
Trainer Matthew Williams is hoping his long-range plan with Reigning Meteor will finally start paying off this Saturday in the $100,000 Magic Millions 3YO Classic (1100m) at Ballarat.
The three-year-old colt has had seven career ...
A nice win at Caulfield over the weekend has trainer Michael Moroney hoping for a Cockram Stakes 2014 start with his up-and-coming filly Jemerica next month back at the track.
The three-year-old daughter of Captain Rio enjoyed her third win at ...
Trainer Gerald Ryan has confirmed talented two-year-old Time For War will wear blinkers in this weekend’s Group 2 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes (1350m) after a less-than convincing performance in the Group 2 Champagne Classic (1200m) last time out.
Confirmed to line up for his maiden tilt at a Group 1 level race in this weekend’s 2014 ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) on day 1 of The Championships at Royal Randwick, apprentice jockey Damien Thornton is confident talented two-year-old Time For War has what it takes to secure a win at the highest level of Australian racing.
Time For War has sprinted well in the final straight to claim the Group 2 Pago Pago Stakes (1200m) at Rosehill Gardens this afternoon ahead of Kumaon and Klammer.
Jumping well, Time For War took up the lead early and dictated terms over ...