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Sempre Libera Tops Champagne Classic 2015 Odds

Sempre Libera Tops Champagne Classic 2015 Odds

Gai Waterhouse’s progressive young filly Sempre Libera has opened top of the odds to take out the juvenile’s feature of Doomben Cup Day with a win in Saturday’s 2015 Champagne Classic in Brisbane. A final field of 15 youngsters make up the field for this year’s $175,000 Group 2 Bollinger Champagne Classic (1200m), the set…

Le Chef Leads 2015 Champagne Classic Field

Le Chef Leads 2015 Champagne Classic Field

Darryl Hansen’s Magic Millions 2YO Classic winner Le Chef is the headline final acceptor for Saturday’s Champagne Classic 2015, which will be the youngster’s first run of the Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival. A field of 15 two-year-olds is engaged to face off in Doomben Race 5 at 2:07pm (AEST) on Saturday in the $175,000 Group…

2015 Champagne Classic Nominations Feature Big Tree

2015 Champagne Classic Nominations Feature Big Tree

Last start Ken Russell Memorial Classic winner Big Tree is one of the headline nominees for the two-year-olds’ feature on Doomben Cup Day in Brisbane this weekend, the Champagne Classic 2015. Peter Balzen’s Gold Coast-trained Snitzel colt is one of 18 nominations taken for the $175,000 Group 2 Bollinger Champagne Classic (1200m), the juvenile’s set…

2015 Ken Russell Memorial Classic Field Features Wicked Intent

2015 Ken Russell Memorial Classic Field Features Wicked Intent

Chris Munce’s stakes winning colt Wicked Intent resumes racing at the Gold Coast on Saturday in the Ken Russell Memorial Classic 2015 in Queensland on A.D. Hollindale Stakes Day. One of a host of Group 3 support races on the program, this year’s $125,000 Group 3 Moreton Hire Ken Russell Memorial Classic (1200m) is due…

2015 Ken Russell Memorial Classic Nominations

2015 Ken Russell Memorial Classic Nominations

A host of Group races light up the Gold Coast Racecourse for AD Hollindale Stakes Day on Saturday including the Ken Russell Memorial Classic 2015 for the two-year-olds. Plenty of young hopefuls were nominated for this year’s $125,000 Group 3 Moreton Hire Ken Russell Memorial Classic (1200m) on Monday with the Gold Coast Turf Club…

Jameka Wins 2015 VRC Sires’ Produce Stakes

Jameka Wins 2015 VRC Sires’ Produce Stakes

It was a classy field of 12 two-year-old fillies in the Group 2 VRC Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) at Flemington this afternoon. The punters got it right with market mover Jameka winning the $200,000 race despite a wide start from the outside gate. Jameka was on the move across the field after jumping from barrier…

2015 Sires’ Produce Stakes: Right Race, Right Track for Manhattan Blues

2015 Sires’ Produce Stakes: Right Race, Right Track for Manhattan Blues

The Group 2 Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) is one of nine black-type races running at Flemington this Saturday in an action-packed race card. 12 two-year-olds are set to tackle the $200,000 supporting race, including the Tony McEvoy-trained Manhattan Blues. The gelding won his maiden on January 10 but has failed to return to the winner’s…

Manhattan Blues Firm Favourite in 2015 Sires Produce Stakes Betting

Manhattan Blues Firm Favourite in 2015 Sires Produce Stakes Betting

A field of 12 two-year-olds will run in the Group 2 Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) at Flemington this Saturday, offering punters a selection of betting prospects. A third of field is offering single figure odds in the betting market, led by firm favourite Manhattan Blues. The Tony McEvoy-trained gelding is paying odds of $2.90 to…

2015 Sires’ Produce Stakes Field Features Queen Of Wands

2015 Sires’ Produce Stakes Field Features Queen Of Wands

12 two-year-olds will contest the Group 2 Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) at Flemington this Saturday in search of the $200,000 total prize money on offer. Clarry Conners’ Queen Of Wands is the only last-start winner in the field and will enjoy the inside jump from barrier one with Damian Lane to ride. The two-year-old filly…

Sampeah Set for 2015 VRC Sires’ Produce Stakes

Sampeah Set for 2015 VRC Sires’ Produce Stakes

Godolphin’s head trainer John O’Shea is confident his unplaced Blue Diamond Stakes runner Sampeah can improve when up over more distance in the VRC Sires’ Produce Stakes 2015 at Flemington Racecourse this ‘Super Saturday’. The Exceed And Excel colt is one of 17 two-year-olds nominated for this weekend’s $200,000 Group 2 VRC Sires’ Produce Stakes…