MARTEDÌ 3 NOVEMBRE 2015Breaking News: nel Premio Roma tanti stranieri, ecco le conferme. Make Fast per la Regina nel Criterium Femminile, nel Berardelli un Hannon // Darley lancia i tassi di monta 2016. #Dubawi a £225,000! E’ il più alto tasso in Europa, più di Galileo // And the horses who’ll make it happen… Power to the breeder // Australia, Melbourne Cup storica. A 100/1 vince Prince Of Penzance con Michelle Payne, la prima jockette donna. Secondo Frankie multato, infortunato Red Cadeaux // Payne becomes first female rider to win Cup


MARTEDÌ 3 NOVEMBRE 2015Breaking News: nel Premio Roma tanti stranieri, ecco le conferme. Make Fast per la Regina nel Criterium Femminile, nel Berardelli un Hannon

Verso il Premio Roma GBI RACING, arrivano le prime conferme sui presenti. Sicuri della trasferta Tullius, Energia Davos, Guiliani (con la monta di Umberto Rispoli), dalla Germania Diplomat mentre dalla Francia Francis Henry Graffard ha confermato Beautiful Heroine
Di prestigio la presenza in giornata dei colori della Regina Elisabetta II con Make Fast nel Criterium Femminile. Graffard inserirà anche Lady Claire. Nell’Aloisi G3 domani mattina arriverà la conferma di Iveagh Gardens, mentre nel Berardelli G3 sicura la presenza di un Richard Hannon quale Viren’sArmy
Mercoledi in giornata verrà decisa la presenza di Prince Gibraltar nel Premio Roma. 

Darley lancia i tassi di monta 2016. #Dubawi a £225,000! E’ il più alto tasso in Europa, più di Galileo

Il gruppo DARLEY ha annunciato nelle ultime ore tutti i tassi di monta per il 2016 in Europa. Spicca il prezzo stilato per DUBAWI (Dubai Millennium) che funzionerà per la cifra di £225,000 in Inghilterra. Un prezzo davvero molto alto, un notevole incremento rispetto al prezzo dello scorso anno che ne fa così uno dei più costosi sire in Europa, a livello di Galileo anzi ancora di più perche al cambio fanno €315,000 in un incremento dell’80% rispetto ai £125,000 dello scorso anno. Del resto 9 vincitori di G1 solo nel 2015 la dicono lunga. Funzionerà presso il Dalham Hall Stud in Newmarket. Vedremo come reagirà il mercato, ma è probabile sia stata una scelta dettata dal volerne fare una sorta di stallone privato per valorizzarne le gesta. Dei nuovi entrati in razza, Golden Horn (Cape Cross), campione assoluto in Europa, inizierà la carriera di stallone in Inghilterra al tasso di £60,000 mentre suo padre Cape Cross (Green Desert) funzionerà per £20,000. Tra i nuovi, in Irlanda, Night Of Thunder (Dubawi) funzionerà ad un tasso di €30,000.
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Darley’s European stallions have enjoyed another outstanding year, headlined by Dubawi’s 11 G1 winners and Cape Cross’s outstanding son and new Darley recruit Golden Horn providing his sire with his second winner of the Derby-Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe double

Rose Rized takes the Listed Premio Giovanni Falck in convincing fashion
Three-year-old lands the G3 Premio Chiusura with Pelerin (Shamardal) taking second
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La MELBOURNE CUP è donna! Per la prima volta nella storia delle 155 edizioni se la è aggiudicata Michelle Payne, 30 anni, che ha portato fantasticamente al traguardo l’outsider da 100/1 PRINCE OF PENZANCE (Pentire) dopo corsa di attesa. Si tratta di un 6 anni da Pentire (Be My Guest) allenato da Darren Weirr. Buon secondo è Frankie con Max Dynamite (Great Journey) per Willie Mullins. Dettori è stato anche multato di $AUS 20,000, ed in più con un mese di sospensione, a causa della carambola causata a 200 metri dal palo, spostando all’esterno per venire forte in fondo. Terzo Criterion, quarto Trip To Paris. Male gli altri europei. C’è da segnalare purtroppo il brutto infortunio a pochi metri dal palo per il due volte vincitore di questa corsa, Red Cad Cadeaux, trasportato subito in clinica dove sembra sia sotto controllo. IL VIDEO DELLA CORSA QUIILRISULTATO COMPLETO QUI.
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 03: Michelle Payne is congratulated by her brother Steven Payne, who has Down syndrome and works as a strapper after Michelle Payne riding Prince Of Penzance won race 7 the Emirates Melbourne Cup on Melbourne Cup Day at F

Michelle Payne celebrates a fairytale victory on Prince Of Penzance

 PICTURE: Getty Images

Payne becomes first female rider to win Cup


Report: Australia, Tuesday

Flemington: Emirates Melbourne Cup (Group 1 Handicap)2m, 3yo+

MICHELLE PAYNE made history in the 155th Melbourne Cup by becoming the first female jockey to win Australia’s greatest race after steering 100-1 shot Prince Of Penzance to a famous victory.


Max Dynamite finished an excellent second for trainer Willie Mullins and Frankie Dettori, with Trip To Paris faring best of the British contingent in fourth.

Trip To Paris’s stablemate Red Cadeaux, three-time runner-up in the race, was pulled up near the winning post and later transferred to Werribee veterinary clinic where he has been stabilised and treated for a fetlock injury.

There was plenty of British and Irish interest at the finish – the Michael Bell-trained Big Orange grabbed fifth – but once Payne had found top gear on Prince Of Penzance a furlong out the fairytale victory was assured.

‘It’s just unreal’

Payne, 30, said: “It’s unbelievable, it’s like a dream come true. This horse is awesome and Darren Weir is an unbelievable trainer to get him here like this today. 

“He was in the best shape he could be in and I’m just so grateful to them [Weir’s team] and all of the owners. 

“When I won on this horse as a three-year-old here, I thought this is a Melbourne Cup horse. He just felt like he would run the two miles strong but I didn’t think he’d be that strong. 

“It’s just unreal that we’re here today.”


MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 03: Michelle Payne riding Prince of Penzance defeats Frankie Dettori riding Max Dynamite in race 7, the Emirates Melbourne Cup on Melbourne Cup Day at Flemington Racecourse on November 3, 2015 in Melbourne, Australia.

Outsider Prince Of Penzance (Michelle Payne) beats Max Dynamite

PICTURE: Getty Images
Payne is from a family steeped in racing history with her father Paddy a trainer and the majority of her nine siblings professional jockeys. The rider was raised by her father after her mother died in a motor vehicle accident when she was six months old.

She shares a flat with her brother Stevie, who has Down’s syndrome, and was quick to point out the role the strapper at Weir’s stable played in the poignant success.

“Stevie drawing the one was the key to this,” she said alluding to the fact that he drew the perfect gate at the race’s draw ceremony.

Later in her post-race interview, Payne took a swipe at the “chauvinistic” culture of racing. “It’s such a chauvinistic sport, a lot of the owners wanted to kick me off,” she said. “Everyone else can get stuffed [who] think women aren’t good enough.”

Dettori banned for a month

The post-race drama continued when Dettori was hit with a one-month suspension and AUS$20,000 fine for his ride on Melbourne Cup runner-up Max Dynamite after pleading guilty to careless riding.

After failing to get a clear run on the far rail down the home straight, Dettori switched his mount out and finished with a late rattle to push Prince Of Penzance all the way to the line.

Mullins: “It’s a great story and we had a terrific run. Probably not the luckiest but it’s a horse race and we’re very happy when everything is concerned. This lad can come back again.”

Big Orange set a steady early pace with fellow British raiders Quest For More, Trip To Paris and Snow Sky all taking up prominent positions.

Pace ‘too slow’ for Trip To Paris

As the tempo finally increased turning in, the quartet were still at the head of affairs with Trip To Paris looking the biggest threat before getting swamped close home by Prince Of Penzance, Max Dynamite and Criterion in third.

Tommy Berry, who also rode Trip To Paris to finish second in the Caulfield Cup, said: “The pace was just too slow in the middle stages. He didn’t show the same turn of foot over the 3,200 metres but he went super and was unbelievable for the connections who couldn’t have dreamed of having a runner. Just an end-to-end gallop would have suited.”

Quest For More stuck on for ninth to the delight of trainer Roger Charlton, who said: “He ran incredibly well but his form was all there with Big Orange. We just got a bit short of space but he ran very well and wasn’t beaten far. The only place was to be handy and those at the back had no chance.”

The Sir Michael Stoute-trained Snow Sky travelled well into contention before suffering interference at a crucial time.

Teddy Grimthorpe, racing manager to Snow Sky’s owner Khalid Abdullah, said: “Ryan got him into a super position but one horse just came across him in the straight and ruined his chance of being in the money. He wasn’t going well enough to win but up to that stage was running a hell of a race.”

Jamie Spencer’s ride on fifth-placed Big Orange also caught the attention of the Flemington stewards and the jockey was banned for 14 meetings.

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