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Canberra Results – Criterion Claims 2013 Black Opal Stakes Win

Canberra Results – Criterion Claims 2013 Black Opal Stakes Win

A big weekend of racing in Canberra yesterday March 10, 2013, has resulted in Golden Slipper contender Criterion winning the Listed Black Opal Stakes. Criterion won the $250,000 Black Opal Stakes by almost half a length in front of Sidestep, who finished second, and Meticulously, who passed the post in third. The two-year-old was paying…

Black Opal Stakes 2013 – Final Field and Barrier Draw

Black Opal Stakes 2013 – Final Field and Barrier Draw

A capacity field of 14 field horses plus six emergencies has been announced to contest the Listed $250,000 2013 Black Opal Stakes (1200m) at Canberra on Sunday. The lucrative juvenile feature always attracts a strong field with many trainers using the race in an effort to qualify quality youngsters for the Golden Slipper. Top Sydney…

2013 Inglis Classic Final Field & Barriers

2013 Inglis Classic Final Field & Barriers

A capacity field of eligible juveniles has been accepted for this Saturday’s Inglis Classic 2013 at Rosehill Gardens in Sydney, the $250,000 feature attracting 14 starters plus four emergencies. Due to run as Rosehill Race 5 at 3:50pm (AEST) this year’s Inglis Classic (1200m) is shaping up as an intriguing race between a few already…

Robl’s Meticulous Inglis Classic 2013 Mount

Robl’s Meticulous Inglis Classic 2013 Mount

Jockey Peter Robl is hoping Canberra trainer Matthew Dale’s assessment of young Meticulously as a genuine city type is spot on when he partners with the last start Wagga winner in Saturday’s 2013 Inglis Classic at Rosehill Gardens. Not A Single Doubt two-year-old Meticulously, a $30,000 buy from last year’s Inglis Sydney Classic Yearling Sales,…

Saturday’s 2013 Inglis Classic Nominations Out

Saturday’s 2013 Inglis Classic Nominations Out

A total of 20 promising two-year-olds have been nominated for this Saturday’s Inglis Classic 2013 at Rosehill Gardens, the $250,000 restricted race the richest on the card anywhere in Australia on the weekend. Three of the 20 juveniles entered for the 2013 Inglis Classic (1200m) come off a last-start win including the Harold Norman-trained Cannyzing….