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The Mooloolaba Cup at the Sunshine Coast is the next step on the Magic Millions trail for Rough Habit Plate winner Ballistic Boy.
What Doomben Races Where Doomben Racecourse – 75 Hampden St, Ascot QLD 4007 When Saturday, November 7, 2020 First Race 11:53am AEST (12:53pm AEDT) Feature...
Trainer Chris Anderson has opted to hold Ballistic Boy and Profit back from spring carnivals in Sydney and Melbourne to focus on the Magic Millions...
Chris Anderson realised a training ambition when he won a Group race with a horse in Think Big Stud's colours as Ballistic Boy claimed the...
There may not be a Queensland Derby this year, but the 3yo stayers will still get their chance at a black type win on Queensland’s...
Ballistic Boy will be trainer Chris Anderson's only runner in the Rough Habit Plate after stablemate Profit was sent for a spell.
Fourteen 3yo horses will face the starter at 2:55pm AEST this Saturday at Eagle Farm in the Group 3 Gunsynd Classic over 1800m. Kinane is...
Trainer Chris Anderson hopes to gain a further insight into the potential of Ballistic Boy and Profit when they take on Kinane at Eagle Farm.
Trainer Chris Anderson has the chance to claim his first quinella in a black-type race in the Doomben Guineas.
Three-year-olds Profit and Ballistic Boy have given trainer Chris Anderson a double in successive races at the Sunshine Coast.
After studying the respective fields, trainer Chris Anderson has decided to run three-year-olds Profit and Ballistic Boy in different races at Doomben.
Trainer Chris Anderson has decided to keep promising Profit in Queensland for the winter carnival after he runs at Eagle Farm.
Trainer Chris Anderson has decided to give Profit and Ballistic Boy another race in Brisbane before heading to the Sydney autumn carnival.
Trainer Chris Anderson has three-year-olds Ballistic Boy and Profit taking their first steps to the Sydney autumn carnival when they race at Eagle Farm.
Three-year-old Profit has shown he is tough enough for any race conditions as he prepares for the Magic Millions Guineas.
Promising Ballistic Boy will skip a Brisbane race where he would have been favourite to run in the $1 million Bondi Stakes at Randwick.
The new training partnership of Chris Anderson and Robert Heathcote will have its first Group One runner with Ballistic Boy in the J J Atkins.
The new Anderson-Heathcote training partnership will have its first Group runner with Ballistic Boy in the Champagne Classic at Doomben.