|Smerdon's cries heard in Galleywood Hurdle|
Trainer Robert Smerdon got his wish when rain fell on race morning before
Brungle Cry completed his part of the deal with a strong win in Wednesday's
Galleywood Hurdle (3200m) at Warrnambool.
|Smerdon wants rain for Brungle Cry in Galleywood|
trainer Robert Smerdon says the skies hold the key to Brungle Cry's chances in
Wednesday's Galleywood Hurdle (3200m) at Warrnambool.
|2013 Anzac Day Stakes result - Long John out for spring treasures|
Long John emerged as one of Darley's key spring players with his dominant win in Thursday's Listed Anzac Day Stakes (1410m) at Flemington.
|Anzac Day Stakes to Long John|
Darley heavy hitter Street Cry (IRE) sired his third Australian stakes-winning juvenile this season when two year-old colt Long John captured the Listed VRC Anzac Day Stakes at Flemington.
|Smart Winner for Street Cry|
Darley heavy hitter Street Cry (IRE) has had four Australian juvenile winners this season, two of them already stakes-winners and he might have a third in the pipeline judging by the win of Long John at Sandown on Wednesday.
|Debut Win for Street Cry Filly|
have been singing the praises of their current crop of two year-olds by their high
class shuttle sire Street Cry (IRE) and produced a talented debut winner at
Canterbury on Friday night in Respected.
|An Equine Enigma|
Few stallions have sparked such a changing response from Australian breeders as this sire.
|2013 Golden Slipper – Order of entry (12/02/2013)|
The Australian Turf
Club has released the first order of entry list for the 2013 Tooheys New Golden
Slipper which sees Peter Snowden-trained gallopers holding three of the top
|2013 Hobart Cup goes to Boss and Weir|
Top jockey Glen Boss added the Group III Hobart Cup (2400m)
to his resume after piloting the Darren Weir-trained Hurdy Gurdy Man to victory
in Sunday's edition of the Tasmanian feature.
|Son Of Street Cry Earns Weir Fourth Hobart Cup|
Few trainers would have a bigger trophy cabinet than Darren Weir and the Ballarat maestro was at it again when crossing Bass Straight to claim his fourth Group Three $225,000 AAMI Hobart Cup (2400m) with Hurdy Gurdy Man.