Singapore Racing News

Begg Confident on Manikato Stakes Chances

Begg Confident on Manikato Stakes Chances

Trainer Grahame Begg claims that a steady pace is what All Silent needs to win the Group 1 Manikato Stakes at the Moonee Valley Racecourse. A win at the Manikato Stakes would extend All Silent’s stellar run at Melbourne wherein he has won four of his five races.

Rainbow Styling Wins 2010 Naturalism Stakes

Rainbow Styling Wins 2010 Naturalism Stakes

The Hawks-trained Rainbow Styling surprised Australian horse racing fans by claiming an upset at the 2000-metre, Group 3 Naturalism Stakes which is regarded as one of the lead-up races for the Caulfield Cup.

Underwood Stakes Competitors Do Not Perform Well at the Melbourne Cup

Underwood Stakes Competitors Do Not Perform Well at the Melbourne Cup

If punters are picking their horse for the Melbourne Cup, chances are that it will not come from the Underwood Stakes. However, the Caulfield Racecourse’s feature race on Saturday can give you a better shot of picking the winner for the upcoming Caulfield Cup.

Sans Frontieres Gets Melbourne Cup Penalty

Sans Frontieres Gets Melbourne Cup Penalty

Sans Frontieres, an international race horse that is gunning for a spot at the 2010 Melbourne Cup, received a two-kilogram penalty for his win at the Irish St. Leger. This could prove to be a major blow to the foreign thoroughbred’s Melbourne Cup campaign.

Macau Race Horse Declares For Cox Plate

Macau Race Horse Declares For Cox Plate

After the first declarations for the 2010 WS Cox Plate, Macau’s Luen Yat Forever is the only internationally-trained entry. Macau’s pin-up horse is completing his quarantine at the International Horse Centre in Werribee. The horse is now owned by Lloyd Williams and will be privately trained by Robert Hickmoff.

2010 Manikato Stakes Early Betting Preview

2010 Manikato Stakes Early Betting Preview

The 1200-metre, Group One Manikato Stakes will blaze the Mooney Valley Racecourse on the 24th of September and by the looks of it, it will be one exciting race spectacle. With total prize money of about $500,000, this race is a wonderful event for horse racing fans that are eager to place their bets on their favored competitors.

Reward For Effort Ready for Manikato Stakes

Reward For Effort Ready for Manikato Stakes

The Peter Moody-trained Reward for Effort moved closer to his top Timeform 121 figure with an easy win at the 1100-metre, Group 3 Concorde Stakes as he tries to copy the trail of 2008 winner Typhoon Zed. The Concorde Stakes was Reward for Effort’s first race since he competed in the 1100-metre Listed John Monash Stakes at the Caulfield racecourse in July.

Shinn Partners with All Silent at Manikato Stakes

Shinn Partners with All Silent at Manikato Stakes

Melbourne Cup winning jockey Blake Shinn will partner with the sprint star All Silent at next month’s Manikato Stakes. Trainer Grahame Begg confirmed the services of Shinn after he and All Silent partnered in a Warwick Farm racecourse barrier trial for the first time on Monday morning.

Hinchinbrook to Miss Golden Rose Stakes

Hinchinbrook to Miss Golden Rose Stakes

Although Hinchinbrook is scheduled to race at the Caulfield Guineas, the Gerald Ryan-trained Hinchinbrook will not compete in the $1 million Golden Rose Stakes. The one-time Golden Rose Stakes favourite will not compete in the said horse race for Ryan decided that this Group 1 race comes too soon given the fact that the three-year-old race horse missed a vital lead-up run last week.

Golden Rose Betting Dilemma

Golden Rose Betting Dilemma

David Moody has posed a challenge to punters over his plans for the Golden Slipper-winning filly Crystal Lily. TAB Sportsbest have given an 8.00 betting odd for the Stratum filly for the 1400-metre, $1 million, Group 1 Golden Rose on the 28th of August.

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