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Run To The Rose 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Vandyke looking forward to major 3yo races

    The Victorian Oaks has been put down to experience for Arabian Gold whose future lies in middle distance racing. Arabian Gold finished sixth over the 2500 metres at Flemington and trainer David Vandyke said that convinced him she would not be prepared for the Australian Oaks in the autumn. The… Read More »

  • Cassidy factor a boost for Zoustar: Waller

    Trainer Chris Waller’s concern about the mental attitude of Zoustar going into the Golden Rose has eased on the back of a carefully planned track gallop. Waller revealed he put Zoustar against an inferior stablemate this week and the colt did what he was expected to do – win the… Read More »

  • Anthony Cummings two-handed in Golden Rose

    Cluster has already overcome a major Golden Rose obstacle by getting a start in Saturday’s $1 million race, much to the relief of his trainer and punters. One of two runners for the Anthony Cummings stable, Cluster has been backed from $201 to his $9 quote after Tuesday’s barrier draw… Read More »

  • Big Golden Rose field concerns trainer

    David Payne believes a wide barrier cost Criterion any chance at his last start and is even more concerned about the prospect of a capacity field in Saturday’s $1 million Golden Rose. With the rail in the true position at Rosehill, the 1400m feature can cater for 18 starters, something… Read More »

  • Prince Harada new Golden Rose favourite

    Prince Harada has displaced Fast `N’ Rocking as the favourite for the $1 million Golden Rose on September 14 with the news the colt’s connections will pay the $50,000 late entry fee. The Tony Vasil-trained Prince Harada finished an unlucky second to Fast `N’ Rocking in the McNeil Stakes at… Read More »

  • Run To The Rose 2013 odds comparison

    Saturday’s Run To The Rose at Rosehill racecourse is jam packed full of quality gallopers which provides punters a very good betting race. Sidestep is the current favourite for the race with every bookmaker offering $4.40 after an unlucky run last start when jumping as favourite as well. On the second… Read More »

  • 2013 Run To The Rose tips, preview and selections

    Punters will not have to wait until the last race to witness the feature of the day at Rosehill this Saturday. Fourteen 3yo’s will line up for a tilt at the $125,000 prize-money of the Run to the Roses and to stake their claim for the G1 Golden Rose to… Read More »

  • Ike’s Legacy to justify Golden Rose plans

    A plan hatched at the start of winter can be confirmed at the end of it when Ike’s Legacy resumes racing in the Run To The Rose. At stake for the blue blood colt at Rosehill on Saturday will be a berth in the Golden Rose, the richest race of… Read More »

  • 2013 Run To The Rose Field and Barriers

    Race 6 – 3:50PM MTA NSW RUN TO THE ROSE (1200 METRES) Of $125,000.1st $75,000, 2nd $25,000, 3rd $12,500, 4th $6,250, 5th $2,500, 6th $1,250, 7th $1,250, 8th $1,250, Starter Subsidy $200 GROUP 3 Set Weights plus Penalties, Three-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim.Field Limit: 16 + 4 EM Form Guide Luxbet… Read More »

  • Coyle delays jockey decision for Pensiero

    A proper spring target for Va Pensiero remains as uncertain as the identity of the jockey who will ride the underrated colt in the Run To The Rose at Rosehill. Tim Clark’s booking for the Peter Moody-trained Dissident in Saturday’s Golden Rose lead-up has left trainer Jason Coyle without a… Read More »

  • Honorius proves fitness for Premier’s Cup

    Honorius is battle scarred but not battle weary ahead of his bid for an elusive stakes win in Saturday’s Premier’s Cup at Rosehill. The four-year-old needed stitches in a foreleg following his 1400m win last Saturday week which was part of a treble for his trainer David Payne. He steps… Read More »

  • Criterion begins spring campaign

    As expected, Golden Slipper winner Overreach is missing from this week’s Run To The Rose with Slipper runner-up Sidestep heading the entries for Saturday’s Group Three race. The Gai Waterhouse-trained Overreach is also likely to miss Sydney’s richest spring race, the $1 million Golden Rose (1400m) two weeks after Saturday’s… Read More »

  • Napayshini is the real deal: Bell

    Tim Bell will make a flying visit to Sydney to ride Napayshini in Saturday’s Run To The Rose. The former Sydney-based apprentice has forged a successful career as a senior jockey in Brisbane but is willing to travel to fulfil his ambitions of big-race wins. Bell rode Napayshini to a… Read More »

  • Norzita adds star power to Warwick Farm

    Top jockey Hugh Bowman predicted a bright spring for dual Group One winner Norzita after putting her through her paces in an exhibition gallop at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. Bowman is booked to ride the mare when she resumes in the Group Three Show County Quality (1200m) at the track… Read More »

  • Your Song to farewell racing in Stradbroke

    The Group One BTC Cup winner Your Song will be retired from racing after he runs in next month’s Stradbroke Handicap. A clear-cut winner of the weight-for-age sprint in the wet at Eagle Farm on Saturday, Your Song will join Widden Stud’s stallion roster in the NSW Hunter Valley. Your… Read More »

  • Your Song to farewell racing in Stradbroke Handicap 2013

    The Group One BTC Cup winner Your Song will be retired from racing after he runs in next month’s Stradbroke Handicap. A clear-cut winner of the weight-for-age sprint in the wet at Eagle Farm on Saturday, Your Song will join Widden Stud’s stallion roster in the NSW Hunter Valley. Your… Read More »

  • Greatest racing moments of 2012 – What did you choose?

    Tomorrow marks the end of 2012, which – it is safe to say – has been one of the more dramatic racing years on record. There have been some remarkable highs and some incredible lows, some fantastic feel-good stories mixed in with more than a whiff of controversy. We wanted… Read More »

  • Road Trippin continues on path to Derby

    Stephen Theodore isn’t going to jeopardise Road Trippin’s Victoria Derby campaign just to dodge superstar Pierro in Friday night’s Bill Stutt Stakes. The trainer believes the race fits in perfectly with his Derby plans for the gelding who he hopes can take a positive step towards that goal with an… Read More »

  • All Too Hard firms in George Main betting

    High-profile colt All Too Hard is challenging for favouritism as he strives to become the first three-year-old in more than a decade to win the Group One George Main Stakes. Solid support for the half-brother to Black Caviar in the lead-up to Saturday’s 1600m weight-for-age feature at Randwick has All… Read More »

  • Bowman chasing fourth Golden Rose

    Hugh Bowman is the most successful jockey in Golden Rose history but he will be trying to win it at Group One level for the first time on Saturday. Bowman won the first two editions in 2003 (In Top Swing) and 2004 (Doonan) – when the race had a $1… Read More »

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