News About John O’Sing
Our Boy Malachi was forced to work hard over the early stages of the Group 1 BTC Cup (1200m) a fortnight ago before finishing a credible third, and co-trainer Wayne Hawkes is confident he will be more than a chance for success in Saturday’s Group 1 Doomben 10,000 (1350m) with a little more luck in transit.
Our Boy Malachi has posted an incredible racing record of sixteen wins and one minor place finish through his eighteen start career so far and is reportedly in exceptional condition ahead of his racing return in Saturday’s Group 3 Hall Mark Stakes (1200m) at Royal Randwick.
The Hall Mark Stakes (1200m) is by no means the feature race at Royal Randwick on Saturday however the Group 3 event contested under set weights and penalties is shaping as one of the card’s most hotly-contested after 19 talented runners were included in nominations.
Despite being a six-year-old, Our Boy Malachi still has plenty of potential according to co-trainer Michael Hawkes.
The gelding already had an impressive record when he was transferred to Hawkes Racing’s care from John O’Sing after the winter but has ...