Friday, 7 October 2011

Black Caviar bounty has set for Royal Ascot

Australian speedster Black Caviar bounty has set for Royal Ascot on forthcoming yera.

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Trainer Peter Moody gear for a trip around Britain to realize their mission of Sprint.Link

Trainer Peter Moody is to gear his sprint sensation's campaign around a trip to Britain. The five-year-old horse is undefeated on 13 May and 100 percent of the rest since it was recorded.

Moody just four runs during Australia's spring is planning, starting in the Group Two Schillaci Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday.

He five-year-old mare run three times before it will break after that and then preparing her for the Royal meeting.

Moody said, "She's in good shape and hopefully she'll go undefeated this preparation and we can bring her over to Royal Ascot next year in the same sort of form".

"She had a nice break away and she needed that. She's a fully-matured five-year-old now and all the niggly little problems she had are now behind her.

"She's created a lot of interest down here. Even the none-sporting public and the none-racing public have really got behind her.

"Our plan here in the spring in Melbourne is she'll run over five furlongs on Saturday in the Group Two, then she will follow up with another Group Two races on Cox Plate day in a fortnight's time followed by a weight-for-age Group One race at Flemington in our cup Carnival week in the first week in November.

"Then there's a possibility she will travel right across the country to Perth for a further weight-for-age group One in mid-November before she has a break.

"She will have a rest and then her autumn campaign here in Australia will be then geared towards Royal Ascot.

"I'm thinking she'll have possibly have about three runs here in the early autumn before we prep her up for Royal Ascot.

"I've been over to England and had a look at things at Newmarket.

"We train our horses differently over here in Australia where we tend to race our horses more often," Moody told At The Races.

Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Frankel and Canford Cliffs at the Royal Ascot day one

Frankel and Canford Cliffs at the Royal Ascot day one and bookies obviously cost them a likely match between the pair stole.

Frankel is 1/2 with Coral to beat Canford Cliffs
in this season's Royal Ascot winner should get some time. Queen Anne's winner Richard Hannnon 6 / 4 on top, if not couple with each other to come out with voided condition.

Coral's David Stevens said, ."Frankel may not have taken the breath away as he did at Newmarket, and Canford Cliffs looked superb when lowering Goldikova's colours, but we would still favour the younger colt to come out on top if the pair meet, and let's hope we get the chance to find out, maybe in Goodwood's Qipco Sussex Stakes".

Ladbrokes took a different view and 8 / 11 Sussex refuge find a match, I bet Frankel (evens) beat Canford cliffs installed as the favorite.

The firm faces the cost of water conflict and refund stakes if the two will not meet Goodwood.

David Williams of Ladbrokes said: "We had no hesitation in siding with Canford Cliffs. He was awesome in defeating Goldikova whereas Frankel didn't seem to have the breathtaking brilliance of his Guineas win."

Saturday, 4 June 2011

Frankie Dettori is riding a 10 day after ban at Royal Ascot

Frankie Dettori is riding a 10 day after ban that final last two days of Royal Ascot will have been out of power.

Dettori stewards office and Blue Bunting was invited to leave their own hands as they Epsom on Friday in a race for fourth suspended.

His ban from 17 June to 26 June included is the Royal Ascot Golden Jubilee which they find refuge in the will dies on ride Delegator will run mean.

Dettori Irish Derby meeting the following week will also be sitting.

Tuesday, 3 May 2011

Henry Cecil go at Royal Ascot will be confirmed

Frankel Derby 2000 Guineas winner Henry Cecil sidestep this excellent and ready to go at Royal Ascot will be confirmed.

Frankel newmarket from all six length win at the Guineas showed blistering speed. Early connection of Derby title that toying with the idea, but the idea that they think will be good for St. James Palace find refuge will be staying in a mile served.

Cecil told the Daily Mail, "I think the Derby would not be doing the right thing. I'd want to give him a race before Epsom over a bit further but I can't do that.

"Frankel is very well, but we will take it step by step. You have to think of the horse and we don't want to be experimenting with him.

"At the moment, he is telling me not to go a mile and a half and the Prince (Khalid Abdullah, owner) agrees.

"All being well, we'll go to Ascot and then go from there."

Thursday, 7 April 2011

Royal Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot

Sweet Lightning a mile a second major hurdle in William Hill Lincoln at Doncaster on Saturday after convincing victory in the country can try.

Royal Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot contacts for consideration, to the listed company forward Michael Dods training for six years and is expected.

Dods said: "He's come out of the race very well and he enjoyed it. I don't think we'll be rushing him now. We'll see what the handicapper does, but the obvious step would be to go to a Listed race."

He added: "The only problem with those is they don't have a lot of runners and he does like a decent pace in the race. We could think about something like the Hunt Cup as well. We'll sit down with Andrew (Tinkler, owner) and see what he thinks.

"The most important thing to him whichever race he is in is pace. As long as he has early pace and cover he will come home at the end of his races."

Thursday, 31 March 2011

New Zeeland racing star may cause at Royal Ascot this summer

Dual Classic winner Jimmie Choux, New Zealand racing's new star, Royal Ascot this summer may cause at the New Zeeland.

Three years on the Tasman Sea 1m2f Rosehill Guineas in Sydney in his third Group 1 success across the country before last week both New Zealand won the 2,000 Guineas and Derby.

The AJC Australian Derby on Saturday week, the country's Randwick Classic in Iran, which after meeting the royal connection, where he has been 1m Group 1 Queen Anne entered to find refuge in a crack Are seen to be a major contender.

Trainer John Bary told New Zealand Thoroughbred Marketing, "He just keeps stepping up".

"I have to admit that I was starting to wonder if we had got it wrong thinking he had actually improved since getting over here but that's what scares me about him - what he did on Saturday shows that we were right. The way he won just shows what a great horse he is.

"We've just got to keep him up for the AJC Derby, then we'll just have to wait and see."

Bary added: "Plans A, B and C are in place, like he's entered for Royal Ascot in June and there's the Queensland winter carnival as well. To go to Royal Ascot would have to depend on a stud or such-like coming on board."

Thorn Park's son won his last five start, group them all in the company.

Bary said, "Who knows what he's worth - NZ$5 million?. Apart from not having raced against the older horses, he hardly needs to do any more this season.

"Maybe that will have to wait until the Cox Plate in the spring, but time will tell. We'll just get through Saturday week first."

Monday, 7 March 2011

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Thursday, 24 February 2011

Back-to-form filly Melito is being targeted towards Royal Ascot

Royal Ascot Back-to-form filly Melito is being targeted towards at this summer.

But superstar Black Caviar will stay at home after her blistering victory in the Lightning Stakes on Saturday.

Nick Smith, Ascot's PR head, his annual winter tour in the Royal meeting, for support for the drumming on hand in Australia where all tasted success at Flemington after Lightning win Choisir, acquisition Target, Miss Andretti and natural choice Blast Melbourne.

Twice a Group 1 winner Royal Ascot last season for the largest positive came from Sydney, however, rejuvenated after Melito horse,,, Group 2 Apollo never took refuge in Rosehill.

After a Sydney spring campaign, trainer Gerald Queen Anne at Royal Ascot Ryan to find refuge from the UK four years old are expected to.

He said, "She is such a relaxed horse and is the sort of horse that would travel well".

And according to the Sydney's Sky Sports Radio he said, "It wouldbe great to showcase her but let's showcase her here first and hopefully we've got a healthy mature five-year-old next season".

Maybe we could kick her off in the spring and then maybe go to Hong Kong or Japan, we'll see."

Black Caviar is wanted to participate in the Newmarket Handicap at Flemington on March 12.

Moddy said, "I lose adjectives to apply to her. She's a phenomenal beast and it's an honour to be associated with her. It's been a great ride this far."

Saturday, 19 February 2011

Royal Ascot deal for Owen Brown

Owen Brown who has been assigned Football structure supplier event has now awarded with the five years contract to be the exclusive supplier of temporary structures for race meeting Royal Ascot.

The Ryder Cup, Abu Dhabi Yacht Show and the 2010 FIFA World Cup are the events worked by the Derby based company,will start the build in May for the five day event in June which is expected to welcome 60,000 attendees.

Owen Brown also revealed a partnership with DETAIL, who will supply the interior design and fit out for all of the structures.

During this year’s event,Ascot will be celebrating its 300th anniversary , having held its first meeting in 1711.

Monday, 14 February 2011

To the Glory looks good in Kyoto Kinen

The Grade 2, $1.4 million, Kyoto Kinen, to be run at Kyoto Racecourse on Sunday at 1 3/8 miles on turf, has become a keen baton to Japanese wishes in Dubai in recent years.

In 2007 Admire Moon won it before taking the Dubai Duty Free. Last year Buena Vista won it beforeher second-place finish in the Dubai Sheema Classic. This year’s renewal does not comprise any Dubai hopefuls, but Danon Chantilly is using it as a long-term trial for Royal Ascot in June.

A Fuji Kiseki 4-year-old, he won the Grade 1 NHK Mile Cup in May and is hoping to improve off a ninth-place end in the 1 9/16-mile Arima Kinen on Dec. 26. The favorite, however, is for To the Glory.

By King Kamehameha out of the Sunday Silence mare To The Victory – who was second to Captain Steve in the 2001 Dubai World Cup – he was just a neck third behind Victoire Pisa and Buena Vista in the Arima Kinen. Others with high hopes comprise Japanese St. Leger winner Big Week and Oken Bruce Lee, the 2008 Japanese St. Leger winner who was a nose second to Vodka in the 2009 Japan Cup, but was only 11th in the Arima Kinen.

Sunday, 30 January 2011

Presvis set for first run since Royal Ascot ninth

The turf highlight of Meydan's third Carnival meeting this Thursday, Presvis is set to have his first run for seven months in the Group 2 Al Rashidiya.

The seven-year-old has not run since Royal Ascot and assistant trainer Charlie Henson said: "The intention is that he runs on Thursday and hopefully Ryan Moore rides him. He has been off a long time now and is sure to improve from the run but he is looks in good shape and enjoys his time in Dubai."

Steele Tango who already won a course and distance this season,is likely to be in opposition.

The Mike de Kock-trained Irish Flame will have to give weight all round if allowed to take his chance, while Kingsfort would be a big threat for Saeed Bin Suroor, who has won the feature race at both the first two Carnival meetings.

Thursday, 20 January 2011

Royal Ascot is the target for Star Witness

At two and three,Australia: Star Witness, already a Group top winner,already a Group 1 winner.

When taking the Coolmore Stud Stakes over 6f,The son of Starcraft, last year's Blue Diamond Stakes winner, recorded another Group 1 success.

Before being given a break he followed that run with a game second behind top mare Black Caviar in the Patinack Farm Classic.

Star Witness is now only weeks away from resuming where he will kick off in a Listed race at Caulfield in early February before the Group 3 CS Hayes Stakes a fortnight later.