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2012 Hong Kong Vase Winner Red Cadeaux Melbourne Cup Bound Again

2012 Hong Kong Vase Winner Red Cadeaux Melbourne Cup Bound Again

Last year’s Melbourne Cup runner-up Red Cadeaux finally earned their own Group 1 winning stripes when they beat home a crack field of stayers in the 2012 Hong Kong Vase at Sha Tin Racecourse earning talks of another campaign down under targeting the Melbourne Cup 2013.

Red Cadeaux battles it out to win the 2012 Hong Kong Vase

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Williams close but Buena Vista 2011 Japan Cup winner

Williams close but Buena Vista 2011 Japan Cup winner

The team at Luxbet probably had hearts in mouths when it looked as if popular Aussie hoop Craig Williams may snatch the Grade 1 $6.5m 2011 Japan Cup half way up the straight.

Williams aboard Luxbet $6.50 chance Tosden Jordan was  nabbed by  Buena Vista, the 2011 Japan Cup winner close to the line.

Tosen Jordan had been backed ...

2011 Japan Cup form – trainers’ final say

2011 Japan Cup form – trainers’ final say

The trainers of all of today’s 2011 Japan Cup hopefuls have had their say.

The $6.5m Group 1 (2400m) will be run at 5.20pm (Aust EST).

Australian jockey Craig Williams is on Luxbet $8 chance Tosen Jordan and is hoping to be the 2011 Japan Cup winner for the first time.

Here is the best 2011 Japan Cup form you ...

Japan Cup 2011 Field & Betting

Japan Cup 2011 Field & Betting

This Sunday one of the biggest international races, the 2011 Japan Cup, will take place at Tokyo Racecourse this Sunday, November 27, and the iconic showdown has attracted one of the most impressive fields in history.

Craig Williams has the ride on Tosen Jordan in the 2011 Japan Cup at Tokyo on Sunday

The 16-horse Japan Cup 2011 field ...

Melbourne Cup on the Radar for Tenno Sho Winner

Melbourne Cup on the Radar for Tenno Sho Winner

This year’s iconic Melbourne Cup showdown at Flemington in November is a likely spring target for Japanese stayer Hiruno d’Amour after their powerful victory in the Group 1 Tenno Sho Spring at Kyoto Racecourse on Sunday.

One of Japan’s premier thoroughbred showdowns, the Tenno Sho is contested over the same two-mile distance (3200m) as the world’s richest handicap, the Melbourne ...

Japan Could Uncover Melbourne Cup Mount for Williams

Japan Could Uncover Melbourne Cup Mount for Williams

Leading Victorian jockey Craig Williams is heading to Japan for a two-month riding campaign where he hopes to uncover a potential mount for this year’s Melbourne Cup.

Held on the first Tuesday of November annually at Victoria’s iconic Flemington Racecourse, the $6 million Group 1 Melbourne Cup (3200m) is the richest handicap showdown in the world and so ...

2010 Hong Kong Vase Field & Preview

2010 Hong Kong Vase Field & Preview

The 2010 Hong Kong Vase will take place at Sha Tin Racecourse this Sunday December 12, one of four Group 1 features of the prestigious Hong Kong International Raceday.

The HK$14 million Hong Kong Vase (2400m) has drawn 14 entries this year, lead by reigning Melbourne Cup winner Americain.

Horse Racing Tip History is in Americain’s favour for...

2010 Melbourne Cup Weights Topped by Efficient & Alandi

2010 Melbourne Cup Weights Topped by Efficient & Alandi

Today the VRC’s chief handicapper Greg Carpenter revealed the 2010 Melbourne Cup handicaps in anticipation of the 150th running of the race this November, Tuesday 2 at the famous Flemington Racecourse.

Weights have been allocated to all of the 256 entries for the $6 million Melbourne Cup, with the Robert Hickmott-trained duo of Alandi and Efficient topping the list ...

2010 Melbourne Cup Weights Announced Wednesday

2010 Melbourne Cup Weights Announced Wednesday

The weights for the 2010 Melbourne Cup will be announced this Wednesday, September 1, in anticipation of the 150th edition of the great handicap event to be held at Flemington on Tuesday November 2.

Racing Victoria’s chief handicapper Greg Carpenter has the daunting task of allocating the weights to the 200 plus Melbourne Cup hopefuls, with 39 Group 1 ...

Japan’s Meiner Kitz Ruled out of 2010 Melbourne Cup

Japan’s Meiner Kitz Ruled out of 2010 Melbourne Cup

Top Japanese stayer Meiner Kitz has been ruled out of the 2010 Melbourne Cup on November 2 after the headline runner sustained an injury last week.

Eight-year-old Sakae Kunieda-trained Meiner Kitz pulled up lame on his off-side after trackwork in Japan last Thursday morning forcing his Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival trip to be abandoned.

Before being withdrawn from the list ...