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Kiss Confirms Grafton Cup 2013 Destiny

Kiss Confirms Grafton Cup 2013 Destiny

A tidy Rosehill Gardens win on the weekend has confirmed 2013 Grafton Cup plans for Joe Pride’s upcoming gelding Destiny’s Kiss next month.

Warwick Farm-based Pride named the $150,000 Listed Grafton Cup (2350m), the Clarence River Jockey’s Club premier event to run on July 11, as an end-of-season goal for his Power Of Destiny four-year-old earlier in the month ...

King Mufhasa Out for 10th Group 1 – 2012 George Ryder Stakes

King Mufhasa Out for 10th Group 1 – 2012 George Ryder Stakes

Connections of evergreen veteran Kiwi King Mufhasa will be hoping it’s fourth time lucky for the rising eight-year-old as they prepare for to contest the George Ryder Stakes 2012, the Stephen McKee-trained nine-time Group 1 winner having run in every edition of the race since 2009.

Nine-time Group 1 winner King Mufhasa will run in the 2012 George ...

Ryan Hopes Ironstein is Smart Enough for Back-to-Back Cups

Ryan Hopes Ironstein is Smart Enough for Back-to-Back Cups

Gerald Ryan is confident Ironstein can continue their recent good form

Local Rosehill-centred trainer Gerald Ryan is confident his well-bred five-year-old Ironstein can continue their recent good form at their home track and score successive Cup wins on Saturday.

Zabeel gelding Ironstein recorded their sixth career win from 25 starts back on May 21 when the narrow winner of the ...

Fife to Face Nine Rivals in Cup

Fife to Face Nine Rivals in Cup

Chris Waller’s star import My Kingdom Of Fife will face nine rivals in the Doomben Cup as the in-form six-year-old looks to keep their flawless record on Aussie shores intact.

My Kingdom Of Fife is out to maintain their unbeaten record in Australia at Doomben on Saturday

Kingmambo gelding My Kingdom Of Fife is currently battling for favouritism with fellow ...

Nobel Derby Trial in the Park

Nobel Derby Trial in the Park

The Michael Moroney-trained three-year-old Nobel Park raced into calculations for the upcoming Queensland Derby after posting an eye-catching win at Flemington over the weekend.

Pins gelding Nobel Park backed up from their last-start victory over the mile at Sandown in April, able to overcome a wide barrier draw and hold on and score a gutsy half-neck victory in the ...

Hollindale Draws Locals and Imports Alike

Hollindale Draws Locals and Imports Alike

Group racing at the Gold Coast this weekend is shaping up as a multi-national event with the day’s feature race drawing a list of both local and internationally imported runners.

My Kingdom Of Fife will start the favourite in Saturday's Hollindale Stakes at the Gold Coast

The $300,000 Group 2 Hollindale Stakes (1800m) is the premier race on a bumper ...

Shootoff Looking to Show Off at Canterbury

Shootoff Looking to Show Off at Canterbury

Graeme Rogerson’s Duelled gelding Shootoff is looking to continue his winning ways at Canterbury this Saturday before embarking on a Brisbane Winter Carnival crusade up in Queensland.

Three-year-old Shootoff has been nominated for both the $500,000 Group 1 Doomben Cup (2020m) and the $500,000 Group 1 Queensland Derby (2400m) giving the galloper two shots to win at elite level for ...

Choice but Possibly no Vision for Pride

Choice but Possibly no Vision for Pride

Warwick Farm-based trainer Joseph Pride could have just one runner in this year’s Queen Elizabeth Stakes with his Doncaster Mile winning mare Sacred Choice assured of a run but his multiple Group 1 champion Vision And Power needing a scratching to make the field.

Pride is admittedly annoyed that his veteran galloper Vision And Power, winner of the 2009 Doncaster ...

Pride Aims for Heavens Again with Sacred Choice in Queen Elizabeth

Pride Aims for Heavens Again with Sacred Choice in Queen Elizabeth

Warwick Farm-based trainer Joseph Pride is hoping the wet weather in Sydney continues until this weekend as he vies for successive Group 1 wins with Doncaster Mile champion Sacred Choice nominated for the Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

Doncaster Mile winner Sacred Choice will back up this Saturday in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes

Five-year-old Choisir mare Sacred Choice added a second ...

Rain Would Make Sacred Choice Rejoice Ahead of Doncaster

Rain Would Make Sacred Choice Rejoice Ahead of Doncaster

Joseph Pride, trainer of smart Choisir mare Sacred Choice, is praying that the heavens open up over Randwick ahead of Saturday’s $2 million Group 1 Doncaster Mile (1600m).

Sacred Choice is a top chance in the Doncaster Mile if the track is wet

Pride is convinced that with a bit of rain around and a track rated Slow ...