Keyword: David Hayes

  • Chris Waller

    Good Trainers Can Come From Anywhere

    Chris Waller, the dominant trainer in Australia since 2010, is in one sense the odd man out among the three Australian-based trainers with runners for the 2015 Longines Hong Kong International Races Dec. 13 at Sha Tin.

  • Criterion Breezes to Easy QE II Stakes Win

    Criterion willingly took to the front entering the Royal Randwick stretch in the AUS$4 million Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (Aus-I) and shot clear to best an international field on April 11, Day 2 of The Championships.

  • Spillway outfinishes Extra Zero to win the Australian Cup.

    Spillway Leads 1-2 Finish for Hayes, Dabernig

    Training partners David Hayes and Tom Dabernig enjoyed a one-two finish in the Australian Cup (Aus-I) March 14 at Flemington as Spillway got to the finish line just a whisker ahead of stablemate Extra Zero.

  • Caulfield Guineas Day: Lizzy Jelfs

    Lizzy Jelfs, foreman for David Hayes, talks about the barn prospects for Caulfield Guineas Day, including Congress, Moonlight Hustler, Bulbula, and Pago Rock.

  • Cox Plate Preview Day: Lizzy Jelfs

    Lizzy Jelfs, fore for David Hayes, has horses running this weekend at the Moonee Valley race meet. September 14 is Dato' Tan Chin Nam Stakes day.

  • Magic Millions Sale Continues Strong

    The 2008 Magic Millions broodmare sale continued to post strong numbers, with the stakes-winning Shalt Not brining $1.05 million to top the second day of the five-day auction.

  • Niconero wins the Futurity Stakes with Miss Finland in third.

    Miss Finland Upset in Futurity Stakes

    Craig Williams, who steered the great Australian Miss Finland to over $4 million in prize money before sensationally and publicly sacked from riding her two weeks back, was smiling broadly half way down the stretch in the group I Futurity Stakes at Caulfield March 1.

  • Miss Finland is expected to contest the Cox Plate on October 27th.

    Miss Finland To Target Melbourne Cup

    Miss Finland (Redoute's Choice-Forest Pearl by Woodman) will contest the Aus$3.5 million Cox Plate over 10 furlongs at Moonee Valley racecourse in Melbourne Oct. 27.

  • Anamato on track at Hollywood Park preparing for her American debut in the American Oaks.

    Anamato Makes U.S. Debut in American Oaks

    Though she has her work cut out against a formidable field in the $750,000 American Oaks Invitational (gr. IT) Saturday at Hollywood Park, the intriguing Anamato could become the first Australian-bred and trained horse in recent history to win a major North American race.

  • Anamato Hits Cushion Track After Clearing Quarantine

    Anamato, expected to be the first Australian horse to start in the American Oaks (gr. IT) when the $750,000 international race is run July 7, cleared quarantine and exercised on the Hollywood Park Cushion Track for the first time Wednesday morning.

  • Growl Gives Sire Montjeu a Caulfield Cup Shot

    Montjeu's southern success as a sire has not kept pace with the Hurricane Run-led charge in Europe. But Coolmore's Sadler's Wells son has a live chance in next Saturday's $2.5 million (Australian funds) Caulfield Cup (Aus-I) with the aptly named Growl.

  • Barely a Moment Notches Second Group I

    Barely a Moment collected his second consecutive group I and third overall in taking the Toorak Handicap (Aust-I) on the first of the three-day Melboune Racing Club's Spring Carnival Oct 8.

  • Bullish Luck Swoops to Hong Kong Gold Cup

    Kentucky-bred Bullish Luck stormed through late to snatch the $1,028,925 Hong Kong Gold Cup (HK-I) at 2,000 meters as trainer Tony Cruz and jockey Felix Coetzee continued their strong seasons Sunday at Sha Tin racecourse.

  • Australian Trainer Dies in Plane Crash

    One of Australia's leading trainers, Peter Hayes, was killed when the plane in which he was a passenger crashed in Victoria, Australia, on Tuesday. An unidentified 67-year-old pilot also died in the crash.