Zac Purton will ride Perignon in the Sires' Produce Stakes as trainer Gerald Ryan targets back-to-back wins in the Group One race.
Success at Sha Tin today replaced yesterday’s disappointment at Dubai for veteran trainer John Moore when his five-year-old Mizzen Mast gelding Harbour Master gave him second HKG3 Premier Plate in two years.
Following his gallant second in yesterday's Dubai World Cup, "America's Horse" California Chrome will ship direct to the UK, possibly as early as next week.
Coolmore Australia’s late shuttle sire High Chaparral was represented by a stakes treble on Saturday, taking his worldwide tally of stakes winners to 65.
Outstanding import Hartnell became the fourth Group One winner for Montjeu’s classic winning son Authorized with a memorable win in the $1.5 million BMW at Rosehill on Saturday.
Chris Scholtz talks with Scott Seamer about Queensland three-year-old Frosty after his impressive win in the Grafton Guineas.
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