RIP VAN WINKLE

BIG WEEKEND OF INTERNATIONAL SUCCESS

  

Rip Van Winkle's son Mazzuro scores impressively in Melbourne to confirm his promise as a stayer with a very bright future 

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Classic boost for Mongolian Khan ››
28 May 2018 | By Racenews
Apart from back-to-back Horse Of The Year Mongolian Khan, no racehorse in history has ever won both the three-year-old Gr.1 Australian and Gr.1 New Zealand Derby classics together with the Gr.1 Caulfield Cup. The ultimate aspiration for most three-y
Terrific weekend for young international sire ››
28 May 2018 | By Racenews
A quartet of weekend winners, including black-type success, continued a great season for young sire Rip Van Winkle (Galileo). An impressive Melbourne/Sydney double on Saturday by Rip Van Winkle’s promising sons Mazzuro and Bastia was followed
Rising star gains Guineas glory  ››
27 May 2018 | By Racenews
Mastercraftsman (Danehill Dancer) filly Alpha Centauri looked a star on the rise following her success in yesterday’s Gr.1 Irish 1000 Guineas at the Curragh. The three-year-old filly came from mid division to draw clear of her classic rivals a
French stakes winner for Rip Van Winkle ››
27 May 2018 | By Racenews
The hot run of form by champion racehorse Rip Van Winkle (Galileo) continued in France overnight where his son Almorox was successful in the Listed Grand Prix De Bordeaux. Almorox proved too strong for his opposition, producing a sustained finish to
Mazzuro upsets Sandown rivals ››
27 May 2018 | By Racenews
The prize money on offer for young stayers was the catalyst for Byerley Park trainer Paul Richards to take Mazzuro (NZ) (Rip Van Winkle) to Victoria. The trip paid dividends at Sandown on Saturday when the $41 outsider scored in the Ladbrokes Cash
Bastia brilliant at Randwick ››
27 May 2018 | By Racenews
Bastia (NZ) (Rip Van Winkle) has provided trainer Kris Lees with some consolation after promising colt Graff (Star Witness) was a late scratching from the Gr.2 Sires’ Produce Stakes (1350m) at Doomben. The four-year-old gelding, ridden by Bre
Embrace Me impressive winner for Shamexpress ››
26 May 2018 | By NZ Racing Desk
Windsor Park Stud stallion Shamexpress is on a roll, with two-year-old filly Embrace Me becoming the fifth winner from the stallion’s first crop when dominating her rivals over 1115m at Werribee on Friday. Fittingly prepared by Danny O’B
ShamExpress colt wins by daylight ››
24 May 2018 | 
Smart colt Qiji Express turned his fortunes around at Hawke’s Bay with a commanding front-running performance to open his account.
Prom Queen turns stable fortunes around ››
21 May 2018 | By NZ Racing Desk
Kenny Rae’s Queensland fortunes have turned around after a rocky start to the carnival. The Ruakaka horseman’s spirits were significantly boosted on Saturday at Doomben, where his multiple stakes-winning filly Prom Queen finished runner-
   
 

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