News About Trust In A Gust
Lindsay Park horseman David Hayes is looking to back up the stable’s Blamey Stakes 2016 winner from ‘Super Saturday’ He Or She up in Sydney during ‘The Championships’ targeting the Doncaster Mile with the former Perth galloper.
Melbourne Cup winning trainer Darren Weir makes a four-pronged attack on the Blamey Stakes 2016 field at Flemington on ‘Super Saturday’ including the early favourite Stratum Star.
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Murray Baker’s Emirates Stakes winning New Zealand galloper from the spring Turn Me Loose has opened favourite in betting to win the Futurity Stakes 2016 second-up at Caulfield Racecourse this Saturday.
Last season the four-year-old ...
After sitting second to the Darren Weir-trained Lucky Hussler in the opening markets for the CF Orr Stakes 2016 at Caulfield Racecourse this weekend, Murray Baker’s returning star Kiwi Turn Me Loose is new favourite to win the year’s opening Group 1 race in Melbourne.
Elite level racing for another Melbourne Autumn Racing Carnival kicks off at Caulfield this weekend with the CF Orr Stakes 2016, a detailed form guide and betting analysis for which is detailed below.
A full field of 18 gallopers has been released for Saturday’s Ladbrokes CF Orr Stakes 2016 that kicks off Group 1 racing for the autumn at Melbourne’s Caulfield Racecourse.
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It is shaping up as a stellar edition of the 2016 C.F. Orr Stakes to kick off Group 1 racing for the autumn at Caulfield Racecourse this Saturday with pre-field betting on the classic dominated by two gallopers.
There may be concerns about the first-up run of Trust In A Gust in Saturday’s Australia Stakes but if all goes well the 2016 CF Orr Stakes is next on the cards for the Darren Weir-trained Group 1 winner.
Gary Portelli’s returning stallion Rebel Dane has opened the favourite and is firming in betting to take out the Australia Stakes 2016 first-up at Moonee Valley Racecourse this weekend.
Saturday sees the official start of the Melbourne Autumn ...
A Moonee Valley gallop on Tuesday morning has John O’Shea’s smart three-year-old Holler ready to tackle the older horses first-up in the 2016 Australia Stakes at the track this weekend.