1000 Guineas favourite for Rip Van Winkle

Hugely impressive 3YO filly Let Her Rip winning at Te Rapa today

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Gr.1 target for Guillotine's Eagle ››
05 Oct 2015 | By theinformant.co.nz
Group One racing awaits quality galloper Allez Eagle after he won a thrilling three-horse battle down the Hastings straight in today’s Gr. 3 Linwood Park Stud Spring Sprint. The Guillotine gelding was a brave fourth in unsuitable track cond
Smart performers continue great run for Mastercraftsman ››
05 Oct 2015 | By Racenews
Two very smart performances on the final day of Hawke’s Bay Racing’s Spring Carnival from up-and-coming young stayer Sacred Master and promising 3YO filly Mime, credited their successful young sire Mastercraftsman (Danehill Dancer) with y
Let Her Rip stars at Te Rapa ››
04 Oct 2015 | By Richard Edmunds, The Informant
Let Her Rip (3f, Rip Van Winkle) swept to 1000 Guineas equal favouritism with a stunning last-to-first win against a highly rated field of three-year-olds at Te Rapa this afternoon. Ridden by Lisa Allpress for Cambridge trainer Shaune Ritchie, Let
Morny hero Shalaa adds Middle Park in style ››
29 Sep 2015 | By RacingPost
Invincible Spirit’s unbeaten son Shalaa stretched his winning run to five in the Juddmonte Middle Park Stakes when holding off the late challenge of Buratino to land his second Group 1 and confirm his position as the season's leading juvenile.
Te Hana all class in fresh-up victory ››
27 Sep 2015 | By NZ Racing Desk
Te Hana (Falkirk) delivered an impressive fresh-up performance to win at New Plymouth. A devastating home-straight burst has become a trademark for Te Hana, and she produced it again for a first-up victory at her home track of New Plymouth yesterday
A salute to the great Galileo ››
15 Sep 2015 | By Mark Scully, ANZ BloodstockNews
As Galileo (Sadler’s Wells) reaches his milestone 200th individual stakes winner, Mark Scully (ANZ BloodstockNews) considers some the reasons for his extraordinary success, assesses Coolmore’s champion’s place among the all-time gre
Chop Chop in for big Spring ››
14 Sep 2015 | By Racing News
Underrated mare Chop Chop showed she was in for a profitable spring with a convincing victory over a handy field of intermediate gallopers at Ruakaka on Saturday. The talented daughter of Guillotine showed any amount of promise as a three-year-old i
Legendary sire Green Desert dies aged 32 ››
10 Sep 2015 | By RacingPost
GREEN DESERT, (sire of Windsor Park’s eight-times champion sire Volksraad and grandsire of triple Gr.1 winning miler Charm Spirit) one of the most influential sires of the past 25 years, has died aged 32. The son of Danzig was put down due to
Nazir (NZ) the first winner for James Cummings ››
03 Sep 2015 | By Rob Burnet, ThoroughbredNews
James Cummings, the grandson of the late Bart Cummings who passed away on Sunday, won his first race under his own name on Wednesday when Nazir (Mastercraftsman) under Tim Clark went to the line well to claim the $40,000, TAB Rewards Bm 68 Handicap (