|Glass tunes up for 2013 Doncaster Mile with gallop|
Victorian-trained galloper Glass Harmonium rounded out his
preparation for Saturday's Group I Doncaster Mile (1600m) with a workout at his
Flemington base on Tuesday morning.
|German Group I performer joins the Moroney camp|
Melbourne Cup winning-trainer Mike Moroney has acquired a
lightly-raced German stayer.
|Grey Monarch Rules|
Quality Perth galloper Grey Monarch sent his earnings soaring over the
$400,000 barrier when he led home a Magic Millions first four result in the
Listed Carbine Club of WA Stakes (1400m).
|Bob Strikes Early At Ascot|
powerhouses Coolmore and Darley are the dominant forces in breeding worldwide, then Bob
Peters enjoys a similar reputation in Western Australia.
|Glass Harmonium Wins Battle of|
British trainer Sir Michael Stoute could be excused for scratching his head after
Glass Harmonium (Ire) joined another former Stoute-trainee, My Kingdom Of Fife,
on the Group 1 winning honour roll, following the greys front-running virtuoso in
Saturday's $1 million Group 1 Longines Mackinnon Stakes.
|Glass refuses to break in Mack|
Last Saturday's Cox Plate (2040m) deflated Glass Harmonium's connections but the swings and roundabouts of racing favoured the gallant grey in the Group I Mackinnon Stakes (2000m) at Flemington.
|Cox Plate - Melbourne Cup doub|
One of the leading fancies for the Tatts Cox Plate is likely to back-up in
Saturday week's Mackinnon Stakes in preparation for a possible tilt at the $6
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|Oliver in harmony with Glass a|
Seasoned professionals Damien Oliver and Glass Harmonium will combine for
the first time on one of Australian racing's biggest stages in Saturday's Group
I Cox Plate (2040m) at Moonee Valley.
|Gear change aimed to slow Glas|
Cup-winning trainer Mike Moroney has called on a gear change to improve Glass
Harmonium's pre-race manners in Sunday's Group I Turnbull Stakes (2000m) at
|Aussie Success in Singapore|
Star Malaysian galloper Captain Obvious won his first feature race in Singapore on Sunday when he led home a quinella result for Steven Burridge in the $200,000 Jumbo Jet Trophy (1400m) Sng Gr 3 at Kranji.