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Al Quoz Sprint 2018 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Illustrious Lad fifth in Dubai G1 sprint

    Illustrious Lad has finished best of the three Australians in the Al Quoz Sprint in Dubai, running fifth in the Group One race won by the Charlie Appleby-trained Jungle Cat. The Peter Gelagotis-trained six-year-old raced on the pace but eventually finished four lengths from the winner. Faatinah from the Lindsay… Read More »

     
  • Aussies fail to figure in Al Quoz Sprint

    Two horses represented Australia on the world stage last night at Meydan racecourse in Dubai both featuring in the $1US million Al Quoz Sprint although neither made it into the placings. Illustrious Lad for the Gelagotis team was the first passed the post out of the Australian pair finishing gallantly… Read More »

     
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  • Al Quoz Sprint Field – 2018

    View the final field for the 2018 Al Quoz Sprint. The Al Quoz Sprint will be run on Sunday 1st April at Meydan racecourse. Time: 01:05am (AEST) Distance: 1200m Class: Group 1 Barrier Horse Owner Trainer Jockey 1 Faatinah (AUS) Sh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum D. Hayes Dane O’Neill… Read More »

     
  • Music Magnate ready for world stage

    Sydney trainer Bjorn Baker is more than an interested observer at the Dubai World Cup, 11 years after he watched Hong Kong’s New Zealand-bred stayer Vengeance Of Rain win the Sheema Classic. Baker now has a more hands-on involvement at the world’s richest race meeting, with Music Magnate one of… Read More »

     
  • Illustrious Lad trials well ahead of Dubai

    Illustrious Lad heads to Dubai in perfect shape, pleasing his stable with his second in a Cranbourne barrier trial highlighted by Chautauqua’s refusal to participate. The Peter Gelagotis-trained Illustrious Lad finished second to Pleasant in Monday’s 800m-trial and leaves on Tuesday night to run in the Al Quoz Sprint over… Read More »

     
  • Cranbourne trial to set Chautauqua right

    Chautauqua will take the first step towards another start in the TJ Smith Stakes when he trials at Cranbourne. The 800m-test on Monday is the first of two trials the three-time TJ Smith winner needs to complete before he is eligible to race again. The Hawkes Racing-trained gelding stayed in… Read More »

     
  • Music Magnate on song for Dubai

    Group One winner Music Magnate has shown his readiness for his upcoming trip to Dubai with a decisive barrier trial win at Rosehill. The Born Baker-trained six-year-old is scheduled to leave Sydney for Dubai on March 20 and compete in the Group One Al Quoz Sprint on March 31. The… Read More »

     
  • Dubai an option for Music Magnate

    Group One winner Music Magnate’s successful return from injury has further fuelled his trainer’s ambition to take him to Dubai for the Al Quoz Sprint. Australian sprinters Ortensia (2012) and Buffering (2016) have won the rich race which was then over 1000 metres on World Cup night. It is now… Read More »

     
  • Dubai possibility for Lindsay Park pair

    Lindsay Park sprinter Faatinah begins a campaign at Caulfield that could eventually lead him to a race at the Dubai World Cup meeting. Faatinah and stablemate Almoonqith have been nominated for support races on World Cup night but co-trainer David Hayes said the pair would need to be in top… Read More »

     
  • Dubai still an option for The Quarterback

    The Al Quoz Sprint in Dubai remains on the table for Group One-winner The Quarterback but he still has plenty of options at home. The Quarterback is scheduled to resume Group One Black Caviar Lightning (1000m) at Flemington on February 18 before a defence of the Group One Newmarket Handicap… Read More »

     
  • Concerns with Dubai travel for sprinter

    Flemington straight-track specialist The Quarterback is in the early stages of a preparation trainer Robbie Griffiths hopes can culminate in a Group One treble. The Quarterback has been back in work at Cranbourne trotting and cantering in preparation for a first-up tilt at the Lightning Stakes at Flemington in February…. Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua and Buffering in great shape

    Chautauqua has allayed any fears his trainers might have had over his ability to cope with his first overseas trip. Michael Hawkes is in charge of the champion sprinter in Hong Kong while his father John and brother Wayne look after the stables at home in Australia. Chautauqua is the… Read More »

     
  • Rain no problem for Rising Romance in HK

    The Hong Kong weather has played its part in morning trackwork at Sha Tin ahead of the QEII Cup. Australia’s representative Rising Romance only had a light work-out on the all weather track on Friday, two days out from her assignment. But trainer David Hayes was not concerned and was… Read More »

     
  • Browne focused on rich Hong Kong sprint

    Jockey Damian Browne has described Buffering’s Dubai win as something special but he is already looking to the next Group One assignment in Hong Kong. Buffering burst onto the international scene when he won the Group One Al Quoz Sprint at the weekend. Browne arrived in Brisbane early on Tuesday… Read More »

     
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  • Heathcote salutes brilliant Buffering

    Robert Heathcote hailed the character and resilience of Buffering after the eight-year-old stormed to a brilliant victory in the Al Quoz Sprint in Meydan, Dubai on Saturday. The Queensland sprinter, who went off at $10 in the 1000 metre, $765,000 Group 1 race, made a superb start from barrier nine…. Read More »

     
  • Buffering wins in Dubai

    Buffering has won the $765,000 Group One Al Quoz Sprint at Meydan in Dubai with a blistering run to finish ahead of the $2.75 favourite Ertijaal and Hong Kong’s Peniaphobia in third. The Robert Hethcote-trained eight-year-old emulated the feat of Australian mare Ortensia in the 1000 metre race four years… Read More »

     
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  • Aussie smashed by punters to win in Dubai

    Champion Queensland sprinter Buffering will carry the hopes of plenty of Aussies at Meydan on Saturday night. Online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au reports one-way traffic for Buffering. The eight-year-old is $9.00 for the Al Quoz Sprint, but the only one punters want. Ertijaal heads betting on $4.00, while Sole Power ($6.50), Peniaphobia… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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