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Chairman’s Sprint Prize 2022 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Duke Wai rules on Sha Tin dirt for O’Sullivan, Chadwick

    Duke Wai’s stunning consistency has earned Paul O’Sullivan’s flagbearer a tilt at the G3 Sha Tin Vase Handicap (1200m) in May after victory in the Class 1 Silvermine Bay Handicap (1200m) at Sha Tin’s all-dirt meeting on Wednesday night (30 March). Upstaging Kurpany and Majestic Star , who are both being… Read More »

  • Santa Ana Lane fourth in Chairman’s Sprint Prize

    Santa Ana Lane has finished fourth in the Chairman’s Sprint Prize at Sha Tin in Hong Kong won by Beat The Clock. Ridden by Hugh Bowman, the Anthony Freedman-trained Santa Ana Lane made his usual run from back in the field but could not make up enough ground in Sunday’s… Read More »

  • Replay: Aussies fail to place in HK G1 sprint

    Australia was represented by two horses in today’s feature Sprint in Hong Kong the G1 Chairman’s Sprint Prize but neither ran in into the placings. Santa Ana Lane who jumped as the odds on favourite in the race was the best of the Australian’s running fourth whilst Viddora ran near… Read More »

  • Viddora cleared to run in Chairman’s Sprint Prize

    Australian mare Viddora has been cleared to start in the Chairman’s Sprint Prize in Hong Kong but Zac Purton has lost his mount with Mr Stunning failing a veterinary test. Viddora has been monitored since early this week when she was found to have some lameness in a hind leg… Read More »

  • Santa Ana Lane draws wide in Chairman’s Sprint Prize

    Australia’s Santa Ana Lane has drawn the outside barrier in a field of 10 for his assignment in the Chairman’s Sprint Prize in Hong Kong. The Anthony Freedman-trained gelding is one of the leading contenders for Sunday’s 1200m-Group One sprint with Australia’s other representative Viddora to start from seven. Viddora… Read More »

  • Viddora recovering from lameness

    Trainer Lloyd Kennewell is feeling more confident Viddora will make it to the starting gates of the Chairman’s Sprint Prize in Hong Kong after showing signs of recovery from lameness. Viddora is being closely monitored ahead of Sunday’s big race at Sha Tin after she was found to be lame… Read More »

  • Viddora in doubt for Hong Kong run

    Viddora has pulled up lame from trackwork in Hong Kong with the mare to be monitored ahead of the Chairman’s Sprint Prize at Sha Tin. She worked on the all-weather track on Wednesday morning with regular jockey Joe Bowditch aboard but Hong Kong Jockey Club vet, Dr Peter Curl, later… Read More »

  • Santa Ana Lane arrives in Hong Kong

    Star Australian sprinter Santa Ana Lane has travelled well to Hong Kong in preparation for his first international start in the Chairman’s Sprint Prize at Sha Tin. The Anthony Freedman-trained five-time Group One winner flew out of Melbourne on Monday and the stable said on Twitter the gelding had handled… Read More »

  • Hugh Bowman booked to ride Santa Ana Lane in HK

    Hugh Bowman has picked up the ride on star sprinter Santa Ana Lane for his international debut in Hong Kong. Bowman replaces the suspended Mark Zahra on the five-time Group One winner in the Chairman’s Sprint Prize at Sha Tin on April 28, a race Australian Chautauqua won in 2016…. Read More »

  • Santa Ana Lane on track for Hong Kong trip

    Star sprinter Santa Ana Lane is on track for his first overseas appearance in the Chairman’s Sprint Prize in Hong Kong but will need a new jockey with Mark Zahra suspended. The Anthony Freedman-trained gelding claimed his fifth Group One win when he dominated a field of Australia’s top sprinters… Read More »

  • Japan trip off the agenda for Chautauqua

    Japan’s loss is Australia’s gain with champion sprinter Chautauqua to race in Melbourne during the spring. Tough Australian quarantine laws have made a trip to Japan for the Sprinters Stakes in October too difficult for the Hawkes Racing-trained sprinter, despite the lure of a $US1 million bonus for winning legs… Read More »

  • Star sprinter Buffering in light work

    The chances of star sprinter Buffering racing again have improved after a month of rest and relaxation. Buffering began light work at a Queensland spelling property on Wednesday which could be the first step to his return to racing in Melbourne in the new season. The gelding was injured when… Read More »

  • Chautauqua to stay at home in the spring

    Connections have resisted the temptation to showcase champion sprinter Chautauqua in Japan this spring despite the lure of a $1 million bonus. The $US1 million is available to connections of any horse that can win three legs of the Global Challenge in three different jurisdictions. After winning the Lightning Stakes… Read More »

  • Bubbleberry out to bring Ryan joy at Scone

    The success of a horse half a world away has prompted an ambitious stud plan for Bubbleberry. The three-year-old filly will have what is possibly her final start in the Denise’s Joy Stakes (1100m) at Scone on Saturday. Her half-brother Lucky Bubbles has won five races in Hong Kong and… Read More »

  • Legerity continues Hawkes’ run of success

    One of the biggest weeks in racing for the Hawkes family has continued at Rosehill with promising two-year-old Legerity. Chautauqua’s win in the Chairman’s Sprint Prize in Hong Kong last Sunday gave patriarch, Hall of Fame trainer John Hawkes, and his sons and partners Wayne and Michael, their biggest win. … Read More »

  • Buffering to rest through the winter

    A decision about Buffering’s racing future will not be made for several months but trainer Robert Heathcote has not completely ruled out a return to the track. Buffering was found to be lame in his off fore fetlock and had an internal bleed when he tailed off last in the… Read More »

  • Chautauqua wins Hong Kong G1 sprint

    Australian Chautauqua has confirmed his standing as the world’s best sprinter with a last-to-first win in the Chairman’s Sprint Prize at Sha Tin. The striking grey had to come wide at the top of the straight where he sustained a powerful run to gather in Lucky Bubbles. Buffering, Australia’s other… Read More »


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