News About James Doyle
The John O’Shea-trained Sydney raider Holler proved far too good for his rivals in the Telstra Phonewords Stakes 2015 on Cox Plate Day absolutely bolting it in thanks to a genius ride from the in-form James McDonald.
The fourth of 10 races on the Cox Plate Day line-up at Moonee Valley Racecourse this Saturday sees the race formerly known as the Red Anchor Stakes – the Telstra Phonewords Stakes 2015 – take centre stage.
Three smart three-year-olds are currently fighting for top spot in the Moonee Valley Vase 2015 odds on Cox Plate Day this Saturday in Melbourne with Tarzino the narrow favourite.
A lead-up to the $1.5 million Group 1 AAMI ...
The John O’Shea-trained Holler wears the number one saddlecloth in the field for Saturday’s Telstra Phonewords Stakes 2015, the Cox Plate Day support act formerly known as the Red Anchor Stakes.
International hoop James Doyle is a late alternation to replace Hong Kong-based Brazilian hoop Joao Moreira on the John O’Shea-trained Complacent in the 2015 Cox Plate this weekend in Melbourne.
O’Shea and the Godolphin stable saddle-up two of ...
An eye-catching win at Newmarket over the weekend has the Saeed bin Suroor-trained Wadi Al Hattawi in the mix for a possible trip down under this spring to target the Melbourne Cup 2015 at Flemington Racecourse.
Chris Waller’s superstar colt Brazen Beau failed to impress in his final career run when seventh in England’s July Cup 2015 over the weekend.
Dual Group 1 winner back in Australia, three-year-old I Am Invincible colt Brazen Beau ...
Chris Waller’s star colt and stallion prospect Brazen Beau who is off to stud after his next run has drawn the outside barrier in this weekend’s July Cup 2015 at Newmarket Racecourse but remains favourite for the English feature at bookmakers down under.
After the announcement early in the week Australia’s Craig Williams would be replaced for the July Cup 2015 run on Chris Waller’s star colt Brazen Beau, a new hoop in the form of James Doyle has been secured by connections of the retiring galloper.
It was the stuff of a cold break-up, jockey Craig Williams informed by a text message he would not be required to partner Chris Waller’s star colt Brazen Beau when the horse has his swansong race in the 2015 July Cup at England’s Newmarket Racecourse next month.