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Waller Trains 2014 Wagga Wagga Gold Cup Quinella

Waller Trains 2014 Wagga Wagga Gold Cup Quinella

The punters were celebrating at Wagga Racecourse in country New South Wales this afternoon with favourite Trade Commissioner running down stable mate Beyond Thankful to hand Chris Waller with the Wagga Wagga Gold Cup 2014 quinella. Winning Montjeu six-year-old came off a second at Sandown just last Saturday over 1800m and handled the short six…

2014 Wagga Wagga Gold Cup Field Features Faust

2014 Wagga Wagga Gold Cup Field Features Faust

On Friday the country cup’s racing action continues at Wagga with the running of the Wagga Wagga Gold Cup 2014 where the Kurt Goldman-trained Faust shoots for their third on the trot. The Librettist four-year-old is one of a bumper 19 acceptors for this year’s $140,000 Listed 2014 Wagga Wagga Gold Cup (2000m) that has…

Tight Wagga Wagga Gold Cup 2013 Betting Market

Tight Wagga Wagga Gold Cup 2013 Betting Market

Two stayers are currently battling for favouritism for Friday’s 2013 Wagga Wagga Gold Cup with the Chris Waller-trained top weights Illo and Moriarty sitting one two in the markets. Set to run as Race 7 at 4:2pm (AEST) the $140,000 Listed Wagga Wagga Gold Cup (2000m) originally drew a final field of 16 starters plus…

Illo Heads 2013 Wagga Wagga Gold Cup Field

Illo Heads 2013 Wagga Wagga Gold Cup Field

The now Chris Waller-trained import Illo heads a capacity field of stayers set to face off in this Friday’s Wagga Wagga Gold Cup 2013 having just their second start for their new trainer. Set to run as Wagga Race 7 at 4:20pm (AEST) this year’s $140,000 Listed Thomas Feary Painting Wagga Wagga Gold Cup (2000m)…

Kiwi Out for Wagga Wagga Cup 2012 Win

Kiwi Out for Wagga Wagga Cup 2012 Win

The now Sydney-based Kiwi horseman Craig Ritchie is quietly confident heading into Friday’s 2012 Wagga Wagga Cup in New South Wales with his New Zealand raider Roi D’Jeu who races for the first time since February. The Montjeu six-year-old travelled across the Tasman for their debut down under back in May last year when they…

2012 Wagga Wagga Gold Cup Field & Barriers

2012 Wagga Wagga Gold Cup Field & Barriers

This Friday an always popular black type will run in New South Wales ahead of the weekend’s racing with the Wagga Wagga Gold Cup 2012. A full field of 16 starters plus two emergencies has been accepted for this year’s edition of the $140,00 Jam Media 2012 Wagga Wagga Cup (2000m), the event set to…

Olive Voices Commanding Wagga Cup Claims

Olive Voices Commanding Wagga Cup Claims

Canberra trainer Nick Olive has high hopes his in-form six-year-old Voice Commander will come good and provide him with a career highlight by winning their third race on the trot in tomorrow’s Wagga Wagga Gold Cup. Commands gelding Voice Commander may not have won a Group race from their 40 career starts to date, but…

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. The $300,000 Group 2 Hollindale Stakes (1800m) is the premier race on a bumper programme at the Gold Coast this Saturday with a star-studded list…

Right Royal Shot at Doomben Cup

Right Royal Shot at Doomben Cup

Chris Waller has his eyes on Brisbane’s Group 1 Cup prize with in-form European import My Kingdom Of Fife after the horse discarded by the Queen scored an impressive elite level win on the closing Sydney Carnival meeting on Saturday. Rosehill based trainer Waller has named the $500,000 Group 1 Doomben Cup (2020m) on May…