News About Simenon
Racing Victoria’s international scout Leigh Jordon confirmed William Mullins’ Irish raider Max Dynamite was firing on all cylinders ahead of the Melbourne Cup 2015 after a nice look around the famous Flemington track this week.
Premier European trainer Ed Dunlop has confirmed plans to head down under this spring targeting the Melbourne Cup 2015 with his exciting stayer Trip To Paris should the galloper perform in this week’s Goodwood Cup.
The four-year-old son of ...
How William Mullins’ veteran stayer Simenon performs in the Goodwood Cup over the two miles later this month in England will determine whether connections bring him back down under for a shot at the Melbourne Cup 2015 on the first Tuesday of November.
Fourth behind Fiorente in the 2013 Melbourne Cup, connections of the now eight-year-old veteran Irish galloper Simenon are looking at a return trip down under for a shot at this year’s famous Flemington feature on the first Tuesday of November.
A knee injury has put the Melbourne Cup 2014 bid of Willie Mullins’ European galloper Simenon in doubt this coming spring.
The Marju gelding was found to be suffering from a stress fracture above their off-fore knee that ...
Tom Dascombe’s English galloper Brown Panther has moved up into equal second favouritism in the futures Melbourne Cup 2014 odds down under following their latest run at Royal Ascot.
On June 19 the Shirocco ...
Two potential 2014 Melbourne Cup-bound stayers put in good runs in the UK overnight with Brown Panther and Simenon catching the eye when finishing just outside the trifecta in the Group 1 Ascot Gold Cup at Royal Ascot.
There is no Australian-trained runners in the 2013 Hong Kong Vase final field but there will still be plenty of local interest in the Group 1 event that will be run at Sha Tin on Sunday; with Red Cadeaux, Mount Athos, Simenon, Dandino and Dunadenall set to contest the prestigious race.
Stunning Deep Impact filly Gentildonna defied the history books on Sunday to score her second successive Japan Cup trophy at Fuschu Racecourse in Tokyo.
Twelve months ago she became the first three-year-old Japan Cup winning filly in history and was crowned the 2012 Japan Horse of the Year.
Since her victory as a 53kg lightweight in the classic last ...
This Sunday, November 24, the Japan Cup 2013 will take place in Tokyo Racecourse and Australian punters will have someone to cheer for in the 33rd edition of the race with ace Aussie hoop Craig Williams engaged to ride Admire Rakti.