Coolmore Stud Classic Rosehill Tips
Race: Coolmore Stud Classic
When: 17th March 2018
Where: RosehillGardens Racecourse
The Coolmore Stud Classicis part of the Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival. It is open to fillies and mares only. A total of $600,000 in prize money is up for grabs,and the mares will have to runa distance of 1,500meters. The event will coincide withthe Group 1 Ranvet Stakes.
This annual event started first in 1973,andit was won by a horse named Miss Personality. It only received its Group 1 status in 1984. Previously, the Coolmore Stud Classic was also known asthe Winfield Classic, Orlando Wines Classic, Rosemount Wines Classic, Marlboro Classic, NSW Thoroughbred Breeder’s Stakes and Fillies & Mares Classic.
All the horses that win the Coolmore Stud Classic will be exempt from the Doncaster Handicap ballot. Also, the horses that prove to be successful in the Coolmore Stud Classic are likely to go onto compete in the Queen Of The Turf Stakes on Golden Slipper Day.
Here are the top contenders for this race.
1. Dixie Blossoms
The top star for this race is a 5-year-old female bay mare from Australia. Its trainer is Ron Quinton, who is basedinRandwick. Dixie’s recent win includes coming up first in Royal Randwick on 3 March 2018, effectively beating Raiment and Francaletta.
So far, she has won at Group Two level and has amassed $899,910 in career earnings. On 25th Feb 2017 at Royal Randwick, she scored a win in the $200,000 Guy Walter Stakes, defeating Zanbagh.
2. Silent Sedition
This is also another 5 year old female bay mare from Australia. Its trainer is Andrew Noblet, who is based at Caulfield. In her career, she has wonat Group One level and has amassed $1,111,150 in career earnings.
On 24 February 2018, she won first place in the Caulfield Race defeating Samovare and Montoya’s Secret. She is an elite class of racehorse. One of her most significant wins includes getting the money in the $500,000 William Reid Stakes, defeating Hellbent.
3. Daysee Doom
Daysee Doom is a 5-year-old female bay or brown mare from Australia. Its trainer is Ron Quinton and is based inRandwick. It’s stablemate, Dixie Blossoms is also trained by the same trainer,and they will be going head to head during the race this Saturday.
So far, she has won at Group Two level and has amassed $823,575 in career earnings. Her most recent win includes the Rosehill Gardens, beating Girl Sunday and Foxplay.