News About Neverland
Class mare Delicacy set a new weight carrying record to take out the Perth Cup over the weekend with the 2016 Australian Cup in Melbourne this March a potential autumn target for the Bob Peters-owned mare.
This Saturday, January 2, the Perth Summer Racing Carnival action continues at Ascot Racecourse with the 2016 Perth Cup – betting odds and tips for which are found below.
Due to run as Ascot 8 ...
The Perth Cup 2016 kicks off Group 2 racing for another calendar year at Ascot Racecourse this Saturday with a capacity field of stayers facing off in the half-a-million-dollar showdown.
Due to run as Ascot Race 8 at 5:05pm (local ...
Perth’s premier hoop William Pike has opted to jump off the top weight and race favourite Delicacy in Saturday’s Perth Cup 2016 field in favour of the ride on fellow Bob & Sandra Peters-owned mare Neverland.
A capacity 16 starters ...
This Wednesday a host of Perth Cup-bound stayers will have their final lead-up run into the January 2 feature at Ascot Racecourse in the ATA Stakes 2015 including odds-on favourite for the midweek clash Neverland.
A five-time winner from eight starts at the track, the Grant Williams-trained Big Brown four-year-old mare Neverland is one of 16 acceptors ...
Grant Williams’ CB Cox Stakes winning mare Delicacy has unsurprisingly been allocated the 59kg top weight for the Perth Cup 2016 on January 2 at Ascot Racecourse, a weight no hose has carried to victory in the WA feature in over 100 years.
She was the odds-on favourite and didn’t disappoint, the Grant Williams-trained mare Delicacy securing her Perth Cup bid next month with an effortless win in the CB Cox Stakes 2015 at Ascot Racecourse over the weekend.
Grant Williams’ dual Group 1 winning mare Delicacy is early favourite to take out the Perth Cup 2016 in early January on the back of a brave second in last weekend’s Kingston Town Classic at Ascot Racecourse.
In a devastatingly close all Grant Williams-trained quinella at Ascot Racecourse on Saturday three-year-old Perfect Reflection became the first ever Kingston Town Classic winning filly defeating stablemate Delicacy in the weight-for-age classic.
After originally looking to have missed a ride in the 2015 Kingston Town Classic at Ascot Racecourse on the weekend, local hoop Chris Parnham has picked up the mount on this year’s Perth Cup winning mare Real Love.