2006 Guineas News
Speciosa - The Dream Fulfilled
Speciosa added a major chapter to her fairytale story by storming to a hugely
popular success in the Stan James 1000 Guineas. The Danehill Dancer filly made
all in thrilling style to scorch to a two-and-a-half length victory in the fillies’ Classic.
Brilliant George powers to Guineas glory
George Washington lit up the NatWest Rowley Mile course with a fantastic performance
to land the Stan James 2000 Guineas in style.
Arise, Sir Percy
Marcus Tregoning was thinking about the Vodafone Derby within
moments of Sir Percy’s second behind George Washington in
the Stan James
Great Quality Stan James 2000 Guineas In Prospect 04/05/06
total of 14 horses have been declared for the first Classic of
the 2006 Flat turf season, the £330,000 Stan James 2000
Guineas, run over the NatWest Rowley Mile at Newmarket on Saturday,
13 for Stan James 1000 Guineas 05/05/06
The £330,000 Stan James 1000 Guineas has attracted 13 top quality fillies
for the 2006 renewal, run over the NatWest Rowley Mile at Newmarket on Sunday,
Ground & Weather Update 05/05/06
remains GOOD-TO-FIRM. The thundery showers which are forecast for
Newmarket are now not set to arrive until lunchtime on Saturday,
with around three millimetres expected before more prolonged
rain arrives Saturday night, which is due to clear on Sunday
morning and could bring another six millimetres.
Shirocco Ready For Newmarket Return 25/04/06
champion trainer Andre Fabre revealed today that Breeders’ Cup
Turf hero Shirocco is on course to make his seasonal debut in the £90,000
Group Two StanJamesUK.com Jockey Club Stakes at Newmarket on Sunday,
May 7, day two of the Stan James Guineas Festival.
Magnusson Dreaming Of Guineas Glory With Love 31/03/06
Mikael Magnusson, the Swedish businessman who trains from Old
Manor Stables in Lambourn, revealed today that I'm In Love is set
to become his first-ever runner in a British Classic in the Stan
James 1000 Guineas at Newmarket on Sunday, May 7.
Smart Eyes Guineas Glory With Star Colts 30/03/06
trainer Bryan Smart today reported his two Stan James 2000 Guineas
hopefuls Sir Xaar and Misu Bond to be in great shape and on course
for the Classic on Newmarket's NatWest Rowley Mile on Saturday,