CALIFORNIA-BRED WINNER BAGS CAL-BRED BONUS OF $9,540 IN OPEN COMPANY ARCADIA, Calif. (Oct. 18, 2018)–Ridden by Edwin Maldonado, California-bred Spin Me a Kiss pressured favored Dominating Woman from the opening bell and prevailed by a half length in Thursday’s $53,000 Santa Anita allowance feature.
RACE IS PART OF LUCRATIVE GOLDEN STATE SERIES FOR CALIFORNIA-BRED OR SIRED HORSES ARCADIA, Calif. (Oct. 18, 2018)–Fresh and ready. That pretty much sums up Saturday’s closing arguments for three top turf sprinters...
It is a tricky time of the year for the top trainers hoping to win Johannesburg’s most prestigious race, the G-Bets Summer Cup, and three-time South African champion trainer Sean Tarry said his yard’s...
Highveld-based trainers Mike de Kock and Sean Tarry are both considering taking on the local hopes in the first Kenilworth graded races of the season on Saturday week.
De Kock has nominated Premier’s Champion and Joburg Spring Challenge runner-up Alyaasaat for the Cape Classic and Ghaalla (a close-up third in the Jo’bug Fillies Spring Challenge) for the Western Cape Fillies Championship – formerly the Choice Carriers and before that the Odessa.
Club farewells Peter Stubbs
Written By: Don Mackay Media and Communications, Racing And Sports. Image courtesty of Canberra Times.
One of the great champions of thoroughbred racing retires on Tuesday (16 October) after decades of service to the industry.
Peter Stubbs has served as CEO at the Canberra Racing Club in December 2006 after eight years as deputy CEO responsible for racing and corporate bookmaker operations.
Peter was born to racing...