News About Le Romain

2017 Memsie Stakes a Target for Le Romain

2017 Memsie Stakes a Target for Le Romain

Trainer Kris Lees has underlined the 2017 Memsie Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield in September as the first major Group 1 target for stable star Le Romain during the forthcoming Spring Racing Carnival. A three-time Group 1 winner, Le Romain returned to racing in typically excellent form through the recent Autumn Carnival; winning the Group 3…

Chautauqua Likely to Return in The Shorts

Chautauqua Likely to Return in The Shorts

Co-trainer Michael Hawkes is thrilled with the condition of champion sprinter Chautauqua ahead of his Spring Carnival campaign that is likely to kick-off in the Group 2 The Shorts (1100m) at Royal Randwick on September 16th. A rising seven-year-old, Chautauqua appeared to have lost his trademark turn of foot when he worked to the line…

Invincible Gem to Shine in 2017 Golden Pendant

Invincible Gem to Shine in 2017 Golden Pendant

Hard luck story out of the Randwick Guineas during the autumn, Kris Lees’ smart filly Invincible Gem is set to target the Golden Pendant 2017 this coming Sydney Spring Racing Carnival. The three-year-old daughter of I Am Invincible trialled at Wyong on Wednesday, hoop Aaron Bullock guiding the Group 3 winner to a close fourth…

Global Glamour Makes 2017 The Everest Appeal

Global Glamour Makes 2017 The Everest Appeal

As just one of four horses to take out more than one Group 1 title at a mile or less last season, connections of ace filly Global Glamour are making an early appeal to get her into The Everest 2017 field this spring. Only Chris Waller’s champion mare Winx, the Darren Weir-trained Black Heart Bart,…

Le Romain Competitive The Everest 2017 Chance

Le Romain Competitive The Everest 2017 Chance

Kris Lees’ three-time Group 1 winner Le Romain is expected to kick off his spring in next month’s Missile Stakes as he compares to bring some competition to the world’s best sprinters in the 2017 The Everest. Newcastle trainer Lees is confident his rising five-year-old is deserving of a slot in the inaugural running of…

Seven Confirmed in 2017 Victory Stakes Field

Seven Confirmed in 2017 Victory Stakes Field

Only seven sprinters will seek black type success at Eagle Farm Racecourse on Saturday following this morning’s completion and release of the 2017 Victory Stakes field and barrier draw. Music Magnate is a proven performer in Brisbane, but could require luck in running on Saturday after drawing into the 2017 Victory Stakes field in the…

Stud career looms for Tivaci after 2017 All Aged Stakes win

Stud career looms for Tivaci after 2017 All Aged Stakes win

A stud career lies ahead for Melbourne trained sprinter Tivaci following his last to first win in the Group 1 $600,000 Schweppes All Aged Stakes (1400m) at Randwick today. Tivaci defied the racing pattern on the day that has seen most of the winners coming from the front but Damien Oliver rode the Mike Moroney…

English clear favourite for 2017 All Aged Stakes

English clear favourite for 2017 All Aged Stakes

Group 1 wining mare English is a clear cut race day favourite for the Group 1 $600,000 Schweppes All Aged Stakes (1400m) at Randwick today. Ladbrokes.com.au have English at $3.20, a clear margin ahead of the Kris Lees trained Le Romain at $4.20, after the pair have battled for favouritism since the final field for…

2017 All Aged Stakes Results: Tivaci Wins

2017 All Aged Stakes Results: Tivaci Wins

Don’t miss out on the 2017 All Aged Stakes Day results all afternoon at races.com.au! There is a feast of racing set to take place at Royal Randwick over the next six hours and we will be treated to two entertaining Group 1 affairs. The first is the Group 1 Champagne Stakes (1600m) and it…

2017 All Aged Stakes Tips & Odds Update

2017 All Aged Stakes Tips & Odds Update

A star field of weight-for-age autumn horses take to the Randwick track on Easter Saturday in the All Aged Stakes 2017, betting tips and the latest odds for the last of the major Sydney autumn races found below. The reigning champion English is clear to run so the original 10 acceptors for the $600,000 Group…