Blue Diamond Stakes trainer David Hayes will now have four runners in Australia's most important race for two-year-olds.
Most trainers will tell you that the 24 hours immediately after a race like the $1.5 million Blue Diamond Stakes can be so critical when trying to map out a young horse's short-term future.
Its hard to upstage racing's best known name, Gai Waterhouse, but the Queen of the Turf was happy enough to play second fiddle to the other star names at Caulfield on Blue Diamond Day as David Hayes, Darren Weir, Craig Williams and Joao Moreira hogge
While world champion racemare Winx ploughed through the wet at Randwick to continue her amazing run of success a much younger but very talented star was born at Caulfield when Catchy showed experience beyond her years to win the Blue Diamond Stakes.
Blue Diamond Stakes day Caulfield racing preview.
Trainer David Hayes admitted that he took a long deep breath when he realised just how poorly his vast group of competitors had drawn in Saturday's $1.5 million Blue Diamond.
While most in racing knew that David Hayes would have at least a third of the field for Saturday's $1.5 million Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield, what they didn't know was if the trainer had chosen to start all of his qualified two-year-olds, the num
Just two years ago, horsewoman Penny Crowley was on the lookout for an inexpensive weanling to prepare for the Sydney summer sales.
Leading jockey Craig Williams has elected to ride the unbeaten Catchy in Saturday week's $1.5 million Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield.
While Craig Williams still ponders which of his high-class offers to accept for Saturday week's $1.5 million Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield, it seems that some of the world's finest international jockeys are preparing to accept some of his knock-b
Even though the $1.5 million Blue Diamond Stakes is still three weeks away, the one constant in the build up to the state's most important two-year-old event is jockey Craig Williams.
While David Hayes appears to be in a pivotal position to have an impact in some of Australia's finest two-year-old races this autumn, he will not commit to two of his most gifted two-year-olds starting in the $1 million Blue Diamond Stakes in late Fe