TUESDAY: August 11, 2020: HAWKESBURY’S multiple Group 1 winning trainer Garry Frazer celebrated a special arrival with a new season breakthrough at Gosford today.
SUNDAY: June 28, 2020: BRAD Widdup is not one for self praise!
FRIDAY: June 5, 2020: LEADING Newcastle trainer Kris Lees has opted to again take on older horses with the sixth foal of his former champion mare Samantha Miss at Hawkesbury on Sunday.
SUNDAY: August 18, 2019: JAMIE Thomsen could see the irony in clinching the biggest win of his training career so far at today’s Taree Gold Cup Showcase meeting.
WEDNESDAY: May 8, 2019: HAWKESBURY trainer Scott Singleton is keen to boost his season’s stocks with two good chances at his home track meeting tomorrow.
SUNDAY: April 21, 2019: HAWKESBURY trainer Scott Singleton claimed an unusual double today with a horse who cheated retirement and a young filly who looks capable of going further in her career.
TUESDAY: April 9, 2019: YOU win some, you lose some!
SUNDAY: April 1, 2018: HAWKESBURY trainer Garry Frazer’s son Jordan gave his father an early confidence boost for Spright’s resumption at Rosehill Gardens yesterday.
WEDNESDAY: March 28, 2018: PROMISING three-year-old Dissolution at Warwick Farm today became Hawkesbury’s 60th winner this year.
MONDAY: February 12, 2018: HAWKESBURY trainers are on a roll – and Brooke Somers joined the winning queue at Goulburn today.
SUNDAY: December 10, 2017: IT’S never easy following in “big brother’s” hoofbeats when he can boast five Group 1 victories.
WEDNESDAY, November 22, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Jason Attard says staying prospect As I Do is in a “very winnable race” at home tomorrow.
THURSDAY: October 26, 2017: JASON Attard almost pulled the pin when he went to inspect a filly with first-time clients Bruce and Di Spiteri.
HAWKESBURY trainers Garry Frazer and Jason Attard both know what it takes to produce horses fit enough to make their presence felt when resuming.
TUESDAY: October 3, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainers Garry Frazer and Jason Attard both know what it takes to produce horses fit enough to make their presence felt when resuming.
TUESDAY: September 12, 2017: CLASSY Hawkesbury sprinter Spright is ready to embark on a new campaign as a “stronger mare”.