|The Opposite of Blue-Blood|
Blue-bloods might be in the headlines of late with the 2013 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale fast approaching, but it was a gelding that combines the blood of a string of failed sires that gave up and coming trainer Bjorn Baker his first Group race win at Rosehill on Saturday.
|Group I next start for Havana Rey|
The Group I Chipping Norton Stakes (1600m) will be the
target for Havana Rey as trainer Bjorn Baker goes in search of his first
victory at the elite level since setting up stables at Warwick Farm.
|End of the world has Baker ordering Cantonese|
The prediction of the world ending on December 21 has
prompted Warwick Farm trainer Bjorn Baker to back-up Cantonese in Saturday's
Listed Christmas Cup (2400m) at Rosehill.
|Baker backs-up Havana Rey with a view to the future|
A quick recovery and the opportunity to know what the future holds has
prompted Warwick Farm trainer Bjorn Baker to roll the dice one more time with
Havana Rey in Saturday's BMW Strong Relationships Handicap (1900m) at
|Baker's BOBS beauty|
Victory in Saturday's Share Care Directors Benchmark (1600m) at Warwick Farm
promoted the Bjorn Baker-trained Havana Rey to the top of the BOBS bonus
earners for the 2011/12 season.
|Havana Rey - Bjorn Baker's BOBS schemer|
Ex-Kiwi trainer Bjorn Baker described Havana Rey's victory in Saturday's
Pluck@Vinery Handicap (1600m) at Warwick Farm "like winning a Group I in