News About Race Results
Sydney’s leading lady of racing Gai Waterhouse scored her eighth Queen Of The Turf Stakes and her second in as many years with an outsider in betting thanks to a gutsy effort from Amanpour in the wet at Royal Randwick this The Championships.
Sydney-based trainer John Sargent secured his own special place in racing history scoring his fourth separate Oaks win with the Australian Oaks 2015 success of his outside chance Gust Of Wind at Royal Randwick this Queen Elizabeth Stakes Day.
Sydney’s premier trainer Chris Waller celebrated his first Queen Elizabeth Stakes Day win for 2015 in race five with jockey Hugh Bowman bagging a double thanks to a gutsy effort from Delectation in the Arrowfield 3YO Sprint at Royal Randwick.
Two-year-old The Grey Flash held up the start of the featured Group 3 SA Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) for six minutes after kicking a shoe at Morphettville this afternoon, but proved she was more than worthy of her position in the field when hitting the line half a length in the clear.
One-time Godolphin-owned Golden Slipper favourite Ottoman missed the kick in the Percy Sykes Stakes 2015 on Queen Elizabeth Stakes Day but fought back for a narrow win over her stablemate Calaverite in the duo’s final autumn run.
Godolphin and John O’Shea unleashed another smart three-year-old on Queen Elizabeth Stakes Day in Sydney with Federal scoring a soft win in the South Pacific Classic 2015 to earn a trip to Hawkesbury for the Guineas.
The son of Medaglia D’Oro ...
Winning trainer of the first at Royal Randwick on Day 2 of The Championships Jason Warren has confirmed plans to back-up next Saturday in the Champagne Stakes 2015 with his Fernhill Handicap winner The Barrister.
Classy three-year-old Candelara has capped Day 1 of The Championships in the best way possible for trainer Bjorn Baker; displaying a keen turn of foot in the final straight at Randwick to take out the Group 3 Adrian Knox Stakes (2000m).
Talented three-year-old Kermadec has posted an exceptional maiden win at the highest level at Royal Randwick this afternoon; charging through the middle of the capacity field to win the featured Group 1 Doncaster Mile (1600m).
Jumping from the gates brilliantly, veteran jockey Glen Boss...
Talented Team Hawkes-trained sprinter Chautauqua has broken through for a maiden victory at the highest level on Day 1 of The Championships; eating up ground over the final 200m to beat Lord Of The Sky by a nose in the Group 1 T.J. Smith Stakes (1200m).