SINGAPORE: Young Harry A Force To Reckon With 22/02/2013 It didn’t really matter whether his mates in New Zealand or Australia called him Tom, Dick or Harry, three-kilo-claiming apprentice jockey A’Isisuhairi Kasim is already making a name for himself through his deeds at Kranji.
Moroney Still Undecided on African Pulse Start 24/08/2012 Trainer Michael Moroney is yet to decide whether or not his galloper African Pulse will line up in the $120,000 Printhouse Carlyon Stakes (1000m) at Moonee Valley on Saturday, after a good win on return at Flemington last start.
Unanimously Back To Melbourne For Stakes Success 22/08/2012 After leaving punters scratching their heads at Rosehill when resuming, stakes winning sprinter Unanimously looks to be back on track to collect his second win in Listed company when he contests Saturday's Carlyon Stakes (1000m) at Mooney Valley.
Punters Pound Kavanagh Flyer 20/07/2012 The money has continued to pour in for resuming Mark Kavanagh three-year-old Instalment in the Bob Skilton Handicap after today's scratching of early favourite African Pulse.
Fox Out For Metro Success At Hawkesbury 2/05/2012 Gosford based trainer Adam Duggan is confident three-year-old filly Fox can claim her first metropolitan win when she lines up in the Tab Number 1 Club at Hawkesbury on Saturday.
Moroney feels the pulse in Newmarket 8/03/2012 African Pulse is set to bounce back from his Oakleigh Plate defeat and stamp himself a genuine Group One sprinter in the Newmarket Handicap at Flemington.
Moroney upbeat with African Pulse 23/02/2012 African Pulse is set to add to the list of Oakleigh Plate upsets as Sepoy and Bel Sprinter duel for favouritism in the Group One sprint.
Futurity Entries Sweat On Black Caviar Decision 20/02/2012 The connections of 16 horses, including Kiwi star Mufhasa, are sweating on Black Caviar's progress in the next 36 hours ahead of Wednesday's acceptance deadline for the G1 Futurity Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday.
Moroney happy with African Pulse decision 20/02/2012 Mike Moroney is happy to have dodged Black Caviar and has African Pulse ready to tackle star colt Sepoy with a 6kg weight advantage in the Oakleigh Plate.
Rivals Take Their Chance Against Black Caviar 13/02/2012 The move to start champion mare Black Caviar in the $750,000 Lightning Stakes at Flemington on Saturday has not daunted the plans of rival stables to tackle the Group One sprint.
Karuta Queen no good thing says Pride 3/02/2012 Trainer Joe Pride believes he has the ammunition to down odds-on favourite Karuta Queen at Warwick Farm, saying she is vulnerable first-up in the wet.
African Pulse on track for Lightning 29/01/2012 Mike Moroney says three-year-old African Pulse is an amazingly talented sprinter and wants to put him to the test in the Lightning Stakes and Newmarket.
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