Tag: 'Andrew Scott'

Charles Road

Charles Road repays Jake Bayliss’ effort to waste for Auckland Cup

A lean and hungry Jake Bayliss was rewarded at Ellerslie for his belief. The Australian jockey’s New Zealand stint gained further momentum on Saturday with...
Nirvana In Fire

Nirvana In Fire’s connections just praying for right Karaka Million draw

Andrew Scott and Lance O’Sullivan have all but done their job with Nirvana In Fire and now they’re praying for a bit of outside help....
Charles Road

Rich Hill Mile to decide Charles Road feature race path

A rejuvenated Charles Road has earned a return to black type company. A wet spring derailed the early part of his four-year-old season before he...

Andrew Scott keen on O’Reilly filly Jessie May’s future

Memories of a major Group 1 boilover have been rekindled by Jessie May. The well-bred O’Reilly filly overcame a troubled passage and greenness in the...
Aero De Paris winning at Hawkes Bay

Hong Kong owned maiden winner Aero De Paris has a bright future

Aero De Paris will continue to learn his trade in New Zealand ahead of a possible overseas career. The Hong Kong-owned three-year-old is highly-rated by...
Nirvana In Fire

Nirvana In Fire to run Boxing Day before Karaka Million 2yo Classic

Debut winner Nirvana In Fire will chase a berth in the country’s richest race at his next appearance. “He’s going to run on Boxing Day...
Princess Rihanna winning at Ellerslie

Princess Rihanna & Spring Heat target Eight Carat Classic

Princess Rihanna will head back to familiar territory for her next appearance. She put away a competitive field of older horses over 1400m at Ellerslie...
Nirvana In Fire

Nirvana In Fire could compete in Karaka Millions

A HOT start to Nirvana In Fire’s career has the precocious youngster on target for a crack at the country’s richest prize. The colt carried...
Summer Passage

Summer’s Passage to the Guineas set in stone

STAR Kiwi three-year-old Summer Passage is on track for the Group One Caulfield Guineas in just under a fortnight’s time, but this time the horse...