Tag: 'Ben Hayes'

Sound

Kah’s Ride Closer To Perfect Than Sound

A mid-race move from Jamie Kah landed former German stayer Sound his first Australian win in the Zipping Classic for trainer Mike Moroney.

Aysar To Silence Mile Doubters In Guineas

Tom Dabernig is confident Aysar can silence any doubts about his ability to handle 1600 metres with a win in the Group Two Sandown Guineas.
Personal

It’s A Personal Oaks Win For Training Team

Tom Dabernig and Ben Hayes took over as head trainers at Lindsay Park in August and their filly Personal's win in the VRC Oaks was...
Daniel Nakhle

Pearler Saturday for Nakhle

A lot can happen in 10 minutes. That was the case for prominent breeder/owner Daniel Nakhle who was on track at Pukekohe on Saturday to...
Fifty Stars

Mackinnon Attack With Proven Performers

Tom Dabernig is approaching the Mackinnon Stakes with a degree of confidence in his two proven Group One performers, Fifty Stars and Harlem.
Personal

Personal Has Key Advantages Over Rival

Tom Dabernig is confident Personal has the right form lines to win the VRC Oaks after following a tried and tested path to the Group...
Sin To Win

Sandown Cup aim for Sin To Win

Former New Zealand-trained galloper Sin To Win was back in the winner’s circle for the first time in 900 days, when successful in The Macca’s...
Finance Tycoon

Tycoon Adds Another Win For Lindsay Park

Lindsay Park has made a superb start to Melbourne Cup day with two of the first four winners at Flemington, including juvenile Finance Tycoon.
Crosshaven

Game Crosshaven wins Carbine Club

New Zealand-owned three-year-old Crosshaven called on all his fortitude to outgun stablemate Aysar in the Group 3 Carbine Club Stakes (1600m), the opening event of...
Crosshaven

Hayes Not Too Cross About Tough Barriers

Lindsay Park had a horror result at the Caulfield Guineas barrier draw with their two runners, Aysar and Crosshaven, drawing the outside barriers of 14...
Instant Celebrity

Exciting Filly Makes It Four From Four

Instant Celebrity had her first start away from Adelaide but showed she could handle the class rise with a smart win in the Thousand Guineas...

Aysar Heading To Group 1 Caulfield Guineas

Ben Hayes saw enough in Aysar's victory at Sandown Hillside to think he could be up to Caulfield Guineas standard despite not winning by a...
Michael Rodd

Michael Rodd back in town with stakes win

Lindsay Park was heading to a maiden with Bella Nipotina but an impressive trial persuaded them to tackle the Quezette Stakes and they were glad...
Hard Landing

Hard Landing returns with soft Valley win

Trainers Tom Dabernig and Ben Hayes hope Hard Landing's victory at The Valley can be a stepping stone to bigger races this spring.

Tough induction for new Lindsay Park team

Used to sharing trackwork duties at Euroa and Flemington, new Lindsay Park trainers Tom Dabernig and Ben Hayes have been restricted to their home bases.

Split Second to build on promising debut

After an eye-catching debut performance at Ballarat, Split Second heads to town where he contests the Byerley Handicap at Flemington.
Muntahaa

Change of feeding regime to help Muntahaa

The Lindsay Park stable is hoping stomach ulcers were the reason for the poor form of Muntahaa who makes his return at Flemington.

New Lindsay Park team lands first winner

Tom Dabernig and Ben Hayes have landed a winner with their first runner following the departure of David Hayes from the training partnership.
Aysar

Aysar leaves Hayes smiling at Sandown

Lindsay Park co-trainer Ben Hayes felt relieved after Aysar posted an impressive win in the Ladbrokes Back Yourself Handicap at Sandown.
Tom Dabernig

Dabernig to follow Lindsay Park routine

There will be little change to the training regime at Lindsay Park which has stood the test of time at one of Australia's leading stables.
Tom Dabernig

Unaltered spring hinders Lindsay Park duo

Fifty Stars and Furrion will have their spring programs reset after a Racing Victoria decision not to reshape the 2020 carnival.
Rostropovich

Rostropovich cleared to increase workload

After a pelvic injury threatened to halt the career of Rostropovich, the stayer has been cleared to be ridden under saddle in a further step...
David Hayes

Push entire spring carnival back: Hayes

Leading trainer David Hayes would like to see the sequence of lead-up races remain intact but the dates of spring races pushed back to later...

Super Titus impresses with Flemington win

The addition of ear muffs has helped Super Titus to relax in his races with the Lindsay Park galloper landing a second Australian win at...
Divine Caprice

Straight experience pivotal in Divine win

Lindsay Park-trained two-year-old Divine Caprice has broken through for her maiden city win taking out the Next Generation Sprint at Flemington.