Tag: 'Andrew Balding'

Martin Dwyer

No room for doubt as Dwyer reaches for more Vase glory

Sunday, December 12th, 2004: A nervous young jockey from Liverpool gazes round a star-studded Sha Tin paddock ahead of his ride on Andrew Balding’s Phoenix...
Michael Walker

Walker turns to Willoughby in Cups

Kiwi jockey Michael Walker made the most of his limited opportunities last Saturday as he notched the 25th Group 1 win of his career with...
Frankie Dettori

Final field of 16 declared for Epsom Derby

Sixteen three-year-olds will take their place in their place in the Epsom Derby with Frankie Dettori's mount English King the favourite.

Outsider Kameko takes out 2000 Guineas

Kameko proved too good for red-hot favourite Pinatubo as he lifted the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket.

Kameko powers to Trophy success

Kameko has raced into the history books with an impressive success in the rescheduled Futurity Trophy at Newcastle.

Newcastle to stage delayed Group 1 Trophy

Newcastle will stage the rescheduled Futurity Trophy, making the first Group One race to take place on an all-weather surface in Britain.

O’Brien to have five juveniles in Trophy

Mogul will lead a five-strong Aidan O'Brien team into battle in the Futurity Trophy at Doncaster with Andrew Balding to saddle Kameko, their only rival.

O’Brien dominates final British Group One

Aidan O'Brien is responsible for 11 of the 12 juveniles remaining in the Futurity Trophy at Doncaster, Britain's final Group One race of the season.

Emotional win by Cleonte in Alexandra

Cleonte has come out on top in a gruelling staying test in the Queen Alexandra at Royal Ascot for trainer Andrew Balding and King Power...

Bangkok can claim emotional Derby win

Bangkok will bid to fulfil the vision of his late owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha in the Derby.

Beat The Bank has poignant assignment in Hong Kong Mile

IT is hard to imagine many more emotional victories at Sha Tin than if Beat The Bank were to win the Group 1 Hong Kong...

English-trained Duretto withdrawn from Cup

English stayer Duretto is out of the Melbourne Cup with confirmation he has a stress fracture in a foreleg after a wide range of tests.

Tide is high for Balding’s ‘Blondie’ in HK Cup

BACK in 2004 a young British trainer named Andrew Balding won the Hong Kong Vase with Phoenix Reach, and on Sunday he will attempt to...