Tag: 'Michael Poy'

Sweet Sixteen

Sweet Sixteen breaks maiden status at Sale

Sweet Sixteen is no longer a maiden after breaking through for her first win at Sale.

Ancestry blows away rivals in Abell Stakes

Trainer Phillip Stokes has not ruled out starting Ancestry in Melbourne’s final Group 1 race of the season after the gelding outsped his rivals to...
Poirot in Paris

Punt Drunk: Mystery solved with emphatic maiden win at Terang

Punt Drunk brings you today's top tips and takes a look at some of the major stories doing the rounds, including Mystery Island's impressive debut...

Flying Ancestry Makes It Four In A Row

Promising sprinter Ancestry has proven he can handle the Flemington straight course with another dominant, on-speed win in a support race on Oaks day.
Giles Thompson

Stricter protocols for Victorian racing

Racing Victoria officials will continue to monitor their biosecurity protocols as they strive to keep the industry buoyant through the coronavirus pandemic.

Lucifer’s earns deserved Caulfield Reward

Lucifer's Reward has shown his toughness to win at Caulfield when lining up for a third metropolitan race in as many weeks.

Jolly Sailor impresses with Flemington win

Jolly Sailor has landed his third win from four career starts, leading throughout to claim the Bagot's Cowshed Handicap.

Sasko spoils betting move on Moody stayer

In-form stayer Sasko has found his preferred going for the second time in as many starts to thwart a well-tried Peter Moody runner at Flemington.
King Of Hastings

Magic Millions option for King Of Hastings

The Magic Millions 3YO Guineas is a possibility for King Of Hastings after he bounced back from an unplaced run at Ballarat to win at...
Star Surprise

Star Surprise returns with Pakenham win

A lack of suitable options may force trainer Mike Moroney into pushing Star Surprise up against open company after his first-up win at Pakenham.
Jungle Edge

Valley return a chance for Jungle Edge

Trainer Mick Bell is struggling to find a suitable race for Jungle Edge's return and he may kick off over 1000 metres at The Valley.

Sunlight’s sister victorious at Flemington

The little sister of multiple Group One winner Sunlight has opened her metropolitan account with victory up the straight at Flemington.
Meteor Light

No need to scratch Itch from Sandown wet

Trainer Shawn Mathrick wasn't put off by the rain as Rich Itch backed up a recent Sale victory with success at Sandown.
The Inevitable

The Inevitable sprints to first-up success

The Inevitable has stalked the favourite Assertive Approach to gain a last-stride win in the VRC Member Brenda Nugent Handicap at Flemington.

Dwyer’s Doll ready to Rumble at The Valley

Trainer Henry Dwyer will get a better gauge on the ability of Rumble Doll after she runs at The Valley.

Nugent hoping to clinch apprentices’ title

While Michael Poy has the Melbourne metropolitan apprentices title wrapped up, Teo Nugent is hoping to hold his lead in the Victorian apprentices premiership.

Bell has confidence in apprentice Poy

Trainer Mick Bell believes Jungle Edge has plenty in his favour in the Sir John Monash Stakes and is happy to have apprentice Michael Poy...

Poy in gilt-edged chance for Group 3 win

Michael Poy is unbeaten from two rides on Jungle Edge and the apprentice hopes to add a Group race win on the gelding in the...

Rumble Doll sprints to Sandown victory

Speedy two-year-old filly Rumble Doll has notched her first win at her second start, leading all the way on a heavy track at Sandown.

Milwaukee notches another Flemington win

Mike Moroney-trained Milwaukee has added to his good record in straight races at Flemington, lifting over the concluding stages to win an 1100m handicap.

Jungle Edge sprints to Sandown victory

The Mick Bell-trained sprinter Jungle Edge has notched the 16th win of his career with victory on a soft track in an open handicap at...

Spanner Head in form for Sandown race

Archie Alexander believes last-start winner Spanner Head faces a tougher test at Sandown but is thrilled with the way the mare is going this campaign.

James expects good showing from Hypnos

Trainer Roger James is expecting a good showing from New Zealand three-year-old Hypnos in the gelding's second Melbourne start in a benchmark race at Sandown.

Poy joins father in win for Lindsay Park

Michael Poy has worn the famous Lindsay Park silks to victory in a race at Flemington, emulating his father Michael Clarke who wore them on...
Apprentice jockey Michael Poy

Horse disqualified at Hamilton after jockey weighs in light

JUST when you thought getting a return on your bet was hard enough the great game throws up another reason for you to pull your...