News About Golden Shaheen
With the failures of both Helmet and Sepoy in their international debuts on Dubai World Cup Night over the weekend, the Aussie contingent did come good in one event with classy mare Ortensia earning a 2012 Royal Ascot bid with her smart Al Quoz Sprint win.
The richest horse race in the world is taking place in Dubai tonight with the 2012 Dubai World Cup.
A creation of Ruler of Dubai Shiekh Mohammed, the Dubai World Cup is run over 2000 metres and has $10 million in prize money up for grabs.
The current favourite ...
The now Paul Messara-trained Ortensia is gearing up for her maiden overseas appearance this Sunday morning in the 2012 Al Quoz Sprint on Dubai World Cup Night, the world’s richest race meeting.
Formerly prepared by Tony Noonan who guided ...
Ace Victorian trainer Peter Snowden is preparing to saddle up his star colts Helmet and Sepoy for a final time this Sunday morning Aussie time, the dynamic duo to race at Meydan on 2012 Dubai World Cup Night before embarking on a permanent international career for Sheikh’s Godolphin operation.
Black Caviar was notably absent from the 2012 Futurity Stakes field at Caulfield when the final field and barrier draw was released this morning.
The Group 1 Futurity Stakes will take place as Race 5 this Saturday February 25, 2012.
Black Caviar has gone out to the paddock and will not have another run this Autumn and will not travel ...
Black Caviar is amongst the nominations and weights for the Group 1 Futurity Stakes at Caulfield Racecourse this Saturday February 25, 2012.
The five-year-old is one of 17 horses nominated for the race, which is worth $500,000 in prize money.
Black Caviar is an uncertain starter ...
Black Caviar’s next race is now uncertain after she was forced to dig deep to win the 2012 Lightning Stakes at Flemington racecourse today.
The super mare was set to run in the 2012 Futurity Stakes at Caulfield next Saturday, however trainer Peter Moody made it clear she would most probably not make it to the race.
After cruising to one of her easiest career victories to date with win No. 17 in the Australia Stakes at Moonee Valley on Friday night, super mare Black Caviar will be given the chance to equal the great Ajax’s personal best race record next start in the 2012 CF Orr Stakes.
Following a swansong Australian race appearance during the autumn in Melbourne, the Peter Snowden-trained star duo Helmet and Sepoy both have a date with the 2012 Dubai World Cup meeting next March as the currently Darley-owned champions exit Oz and enter the international spotlight.
Racing Victoria’s lucrative $600,000 bonus has not been enough to draw Singapore flyer Rocket Man down under for the 2011 Patinack Farm Classic, trainer Patrick Shaw ruling the galloper out of contention for what would have been the sprint showdown of the century with Black Caviar.