Tag: 'richard litt'

Profondo wins on debut

High-priced Profondo passes first test with Kensington win

The connections of $1.9 million colt Profondo began the trek to recoup their outlay as the three-year-old won in awkward style in the opener at...

Litt Considers Hobartville Start For Duke

Trainer Richard Litt is keeping his options open with promising three-year-old Black Duke, who holds a nomination for the Hobartville Stakes.

Litt’s Consistent Pair Deserve To Atone

Richard Litt has nothing but admiration for his pair of gallopers Lancaster Bomber and Catapult as they both give their all each time they go...
Morton's Fork

Old And New Converge For Litt At Rosehill

Tried horses have been the mainstay of Richard Litt's stable but he has an opportunity to dabble in the big end of town with some...
Special Reward

Country Boy To Chase $1 Million Reward

An unpopular horse at trackwork, Special Reward can deliver regular rider Aaron Bullock the ultimate compensation with a $1 million payday at Newcastle.

Ex-Godolphin horses shape up well for Litt

Godolphin's dispersal sales are proving a happy hunting ground for trainer Richard Litt and he is hoping his luck can continue deeper into the spring.

Sherry celebrates another Sydney milestone

Tom Sherry, an emerging talent among Sydney's apprentice jockey ranks, has ridden a brace of winners at Warwick Farm to land his maiden city double.

Castelvecchio joins Arrowfield stallions

Dual Group One winner Castelvecchio will join the Arrowfield stallion roster sooner than planned and will not race as a four-year-old.

Castelvecchio can join sire as Derby hero

Castelvecchio will be out to join his sire Dundeel on the Australian Derby honour roll, with the colt favourite to win the Group One race...

Castelvecchio back in business in Guineas

A positive ride from Craig Williams has helped deliver Castelvecchio another Group One win in the Rosehill Guineas.
Richard Litt

Litt colt set to be king of the Castel

Castelvecchio is tracking to reassert his position as Australia's best middle-distance three-year-old when he returns to his favoured distance at Rosehill.

McEvoy pumped to link with Castelvecchio

Kerrin McEvoy is feeling the nerves ahead of his first race ride on Castelvecchio in the Hobartville Stakes, but the top jockey says that is...
Richard Litt

Richard Litt to train $1.9 million colt

Emerging Sydney trainer Richard Litt will prepare a $1.9 million colt, the sale topper so far at the Magic Millions sale.
Richard Litt

Cup outsider getting under Guard of rivals

Formerly prepared by master trainer Aidan O'Brien, National Guard will bid to cement his staying credentials in the January Cup at Randwick.
Richard Litt

Trainer Richard Litt looking ahead

Warwick Farm trainer Richard Litt is excited about Castelvecchio's campaign and a move nearby to a new stable complex.
Morton's Fork

Morton’s stays distance in Christmas Cup

Godolphin cast-off Morton's Fork has unveiled another string to his bow, winning the Christmas Cup at his first genuine distance test.

Arrowfield secures deal for Castelvecchio

Arrowfield Stud has moved to secure a controlling interest in Group One winner and Cox Plate runner-up Castelvecchio.
Richard Litt

Litt hoping to dine out with Morton’s Fork

A week after Castelvecchio's second in the Cox Plate, trainer Richard Litt will try to go one better with Morton's Fork in the inaugural Rosehill...

Litt proud of Castelvecchio in Cox Plate

Recently married trainer Richard Litt has some extra spending for a honeymoon after Castelvecchio finished a gallant second in the Cox Plate at The Valley.

Williams keeps strength for Cox Plate ride

Despite wasting to get down to his lightest weight in two years to ride Castelvecchio in the Cox Plate, Craig Williams says he has retained...
Richard Litt

Litt comfortable ahead of Plate decision

Trainer Richard Litt believes Group One-winning colt Castelvecchio will be a big chance in the Cox Plate if he gets a start in the $5...
Richard Litt

Golden opportunity for Castelvecchio team

Trainer Richard Litt will be out to upstage some of racing's biggest names with top colt Castelvecchio in the Golden Rose.
Richard Litt

Richard Litt after first Eagle Farm winner

Warwick Farm trainer Richard Litt is chasing his first Brisbane winner with former Godolphin horse Morton's Fork at Eagle Farm.

Dulcify option likely for Castelvecchio

Champagne Stakes winner Castelvecchio is expected to start his spring campaign in the Dulcify Stakes at Rosehill.

Joe’s Joy to be tested at 2400m

Trainer Richard Litt is looking to Joe's Joy to step up to 2400 metres at Randwick to open up future options for the mare.