Tag: 'David Brideoake'

Peter Moody

Trainer Peter Moody returns with a winner

Four-time Melbourne premiership winner Peter Moody has made a winning return to the training ranks with his first runner in more than four years at...
Peter Moody

Shepard to step out at Ballarat for Moody

Having recently opened his new stable at Pakenham, comeback trainer Peter Moody is about to have his first runner with Shepard at Ballarat.
Princess Jenni

Sydney preference for Princess Jenni

Trainer David Brideoake hopes to run Victorian mare Princess Jenni in the Emancipation Stakes as a lead-in to the Group One Coolmore Legacy Stakes in...
Shepard

Lightly raced stayer up for Sandown return

The winner of three of his four starts, the Peter Moody-owned imported stayer Shepard steps out for his return at Sandown.
Princess Jenni

Princess Jenni set to shine in Empire Rose

After her luckless run in the Toorak Handicap, the David Brideoake-trained Princess Jenni can bounce back in the Group One Empire Rose Stakes at Flemington.

Shepard adds to record with Mornington win

One of five purchases as a foal by Peter Moody in the UK, Shepard has extended his record to three wins from four starts at...
Princess Jenni

Princess Jenni wins Group 2 Stocks Stakes

Princess Jenni has won the Group Two Stocks Stakes at The Valley in the second start of her spring campaign.

Self Sense ready to fire at Mornington

David Brideoake-trained Self Sense returns to his home track in a bid to add the R M Ansett Classic to his Mornington Cup win.
Princess Jenni

Improvement expected from Princess Jenni

A fitter and better weighted Princess Jenni is on target for a return to winning form in the Stocks Stakes at The Valley.
Self Sense

Precautionary scope rules out Self Sense

Self Sense will miss the MRC Foundation Cup but trainer David Brideoake does not expect it to interfere with his campaign towards the Caulfield Cup.
Princess Jenni

Princess Jenni to resume in Let’s Elope

Australasian Oaks winner Princess Jenni is set to make her season return in the Group Two Let's Elope Stakes at Flemington.
Princess Jenni

Brideoake-trained mares gallop at Sandown

Group One winner Princess Jenni and new stablemate The Real Beel have continued preparations for their spring campaigns with a race day gallop at Sandown.

Spring build-up begins for Princess Jenni

David Brideoake is not in any rush with Group One winner Princess Jenni, preferring a slow build-up to her target of the Empire Rose Stakes...

Self Sense kicks off bid for Caulfield Cup

The Catanach's Jewellers Handicap at Caulfield will launch the spring campaign of Caulfield Cup hopeful Self Sense.

Brideoake cleared of race day treatment

Racing NSW stewards say race day treatment charges against Victorian trainer David Brideoake could not be proven.

David Brideoake to face Racing NSW charges

Trainer David Brideoake has been issued two charges by Racing NSW stewards, stemming from the late withdrawal of Princess Jenni from the Adrian Knox Stakes.

Brideoake to return to Sydney for inquiry

The inquiry into the scratching of Princess Jenni from the Adrian Knox Stakes is set to take place before Racing NSW stewards.

Self Sense to carry topweight in GN Hurdle

After three unbeaten runs over jumps, Self Sense has been promoted to the top of the weights for his attempt at Grand National Hurdle honours...

Brideoake with two options for Self Sense

David Brideoake will decide between a jumps trial or a start in the VOBIS Gold Stayers at Caulfield for Self Sense in the lead-up to...

Valley run to keep Self Sense ticking over

With a six-week break between runs over jumps, unbeaten hurdler Self Sense will tackle a flat race at Moonee Valley to keep his fitness levels...

Another poor draw for Rossman at Sandown

The random barrier draws haven't been working in favour of Rossman who has again drawn off the track in a three-year-old race at Sandown.

Self Sense confirms liking for obstacles

Self Sense has remained unbeaten over jumps taking out the Australian Hurdle at Sandown as a short-priced favourite.

Self Sense among Australian Hurdle entries

Exciting jumping prospect Self Sense is set for a step up in class in the Australian Hurdle at Sandown.

A drop in class to suit Naduri at Bendigo

Trainer David Brideoake has spring aspirations for Naduri who is likely to be spelled following a trip to Bendigo for the VOBIS Gold Rush.

Brisbane campaign kick starts at Bendigo

Brisbane Cup aspirations for Hardham begin over 1600m in the Listed Golden Mile at Bendigo.