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Chipping Norton Stakes 2012 Winner Is Shoot Out – Warwick Farm Results

Chipping Norton Stakes 2012 Winner Is Shoot Out – Warwick Farm Results

Shoot Out has won the Group 1 Chipping Norton Stakes at Warwick Farm Racecourse today March 10, 2012.

The six-year-old gelding proved he was still up to the task of taking out some of the country’s best features with his dominant 2012 Chipping Norton Stakes win.

Trainer Chris Waller got the Chipping Norton Stakes quinella with Danleigh finishing second, while ...

Shoot Out and Racing Ahead of Expressway Stakes 2012

Shoot Out and Racing Ahead of Expressway Stakes 2012

2011 Queensland Horse of the Year, the now Chris Waller-trained Shoot Out is gearing up for an autumn return after racing in their first official trial of the season at Rosehill on Thursday morning.

Shoot Out will debut for new trainer Chris Waller in the 2012 Expressway Stakes next month

The five-year-old High Chaparral gelding, last seen finishing two ...

Shoot Out Scores Queensland Horse of the Year 2011

Shoot Out Scores Queensland Horse of the Year 2011

The John Wallace-trained Gold Coast galloper Shoot Out was on the weekend awarded with the 2010/11 Queensland Horse of the Year award, the multiple elite level champion taking out the honours for the second year in a row.

High Chaparral gelding Shoot Out, now five-years-old, beat the likes of Epsom Handicap winner Captain Sonador and Robert Heathcote’s well-performing Brisbane ...

Shoot Out of Spring Carnival 2011

Shoot Out of Spring Carnival 2011

John Wallace’s multiple Group performer Shoot Out has been ruled out of racing for the remainder of the year, the talented gelding suffering an ongoing back injury that will see them sidelined until the autumn next year.

Shoot Out has been ruled out of racing until 2012

A winner of seven of their 24 career starts to date, rising ...

Ironstein Prime to Hand Ryan a Stradbroke Day Double

Ironstein Prime to Hand Ryan a Stradbroke Day Double

While much of Gerald Ryan’s attention will be firmly focused on his star youngster Hot Snitzel in the TJ Smith on Saturday, the Rosehill-based trainer will also have one eye set on Snitzel’s stablemate Ironstein at Eagle Farm’s Stradbroke Handicap Day.

Ironstein will take on a crack field in this Saturday's Brisbane Cup at Eagle Farm

Well-tried two-year-old Hot ...

Wallace Shooting For Eagle Farm Cup

Wallace Shooting For Eagle Farm Cup

Trainer John Wallace believes Shoot Out can rediscover his best form when he lines up in the Group Two Eagle Farm Cup on Saturday.

Shoot Out will be looking to rediscover his best in the Eagle Farm Cup

Shoot Out has not won since claiming the Liston Stakes over 1400m at Caulfield last year, which has led some to speculate ...

Waller Names Local as Main Danger to the Kingdom

Waller Names Local as Main Danger to the Kingdom

On Saturday leading Sydney trainer Chris Waller lines up his star import My Kingdom Of Fife for a fourth time on the Aussie turf and it is the sole Queensland-trained horse in this year’s Doomben Cup and not the equal favourite and fellow import that Waller tips as the main danger to Fife’s unbeaten streak in the southern hemisphere.

Shoot ...

Shoot Out Sole Maroon in Cup

Shoot Out Sole Maroon in Cup

The John Wallace-trained Shoot Out is the sole Queenslander accepted for this Saturday’s Doomben Cup, last year’s AJC Derby winner ready to reproduce their Group 1 winning form for the Maroons.

Shoot Out is the only Queensland-trained horse in Saturday's Doomben Cup field

Yesterday a final field of 10 quality gallopers were announced for the $500,000 Group 1 ...

Wallace Shooting For Local Luck in Doomben Cup

Wallace Shooting For Local Luck in Doomben Cup

After star interstate raiders Black Caviar and Hay List ran the quinella in the opening Group 1 race of the Brisbane Winter Carnival last Saturday, Gold Coast trainer John Wallace is hoping for some local luck in the Doomben Cup this weekend with Shoot Out.

The final field for Saturday’s $500,000 Group 1 Doomben Cup (2020m) will be released ...

Glass Backed to Bring Down Kingdom in Cup

Glass Backed to Bring Down Kingdom in Cup

This month’s Doomben Cup is shaping up as a battle of the imports with Chris Waller’s in-form galloper My Kingdom Of Fife the narrow favourite over the up-and-coming Glass Harmonium from the stables of Melbourne Cup-winning trainer Michael Moroney.

My Kingdom Of Fife is now favourite to win the Doomben Cup

Last Saturday Kingmambo six-year-old My Kingdom Of Fife became ...