Newmarket Handicap 2024: Sprinting Sensations Unleashed

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Newmarket Handicap 2024:

Champion Kiwi mare Imperatriz is set to shoulder 58kg as she vies for her 10th Group 1 triumph in Saturday’s $1.5 million Newmarket Handicap (1200m).

With weights unveiled Monday evening for the Newmarket Handicap 2024, Imperatriz leads the pack in her bid for glory.

Notable contenders in the Newmarket Handicap 2024 include Buenos Noches (55.5kg), Bella Nipotina (55.5kg), Private Eye (58kg), Espiona (54.5kg), Magic Time (53kg), and Ruthless Dame (53.5kg).

Trainer Joe Pride hints at Private Eye’s likely participation in the Challenge Stakes at Randwick instead of the Newmarket Handicap 2024.

With up to 24 slots available in the Newmarket Handicap 2024, every nominee is poised for action pending acceptance on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, in Sydney, 13 hopefuls, including Everest champion Think About It, eye the $750,000 Canterbury Stakes, with Imperatriz’s nominated despite being committed to the Newmarket Handicap 2024.

Newmarket Handicap 2024 History:

The Newmarket Handicap 2024 is indeed one of the premier sprint races on the Australian racing calendar, attracting top-class sprinters from around the country and even internationally.

Held annually at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, it is a highly anticipated event that garners attention not only from racing enthusiasts but also from the wider public due to its rich history and prestige.

Recent winners of the Newmarket Handicap 2024 have included some of the finest sprinters in the world. In 2023, we saw the remarkable performance of In Secret, trained by leading Australian trainer Chris Waller, who stormed to victory in a thrilling finish.

Prior to that, names like Bivouac, Redkirk Warrior, and Sunlight have graced the winner’s circle, showcasing the caliber of talent that competes in this prestigious race.

For racing enthusiasts looking to get involved in the excitement of elite-level racing, partnering with a trusted racehorse syndication company like Kurrinda Bloodstock can be an excellent gateway.

Kurrinda Bloodstock has a proven track record of selecting and managing high-quality racehorses, providing investors with the opportunity to own a share in promising racehorses that could one day compete in races like the Newmarket Handicap 2024.

There are several benefits to getting involved with a racehorse syndicator like Kurrinda Bloodstock. Firstly, it offers a more affordable entry point into racehorse ownership, as the costs and risks are shared among multiple owners. This allows individuals to experience the thrill of racehorse ownership without bearing the full financial burden.

Additionally, syndication companies like Kurrinda Bloodstock typically have experienced professionals who handle the day-to-day management of the horses, including training, veterinary care, and race planning. This expertise ensures that the horses receive the best possible care and are given every opportunity to reach their full potential on the racetrack.

Furthermore, being part of a syndicate provides owners with a sense of community and camaraderie, as they share the ups and downs of racing with fellow syndicate members. It’s a social experience that enhances the enjoyment of being involved in the sport of kings.

In summary, the Newmarket Handicap is a prestigious sprint race that attracts top-class talent, and getting involved with a trusted racehorse syndication company like Kurrinda Bloodstock can be an exciting and rewarding way to experience the thrill of elite-level racing firsthand.

Get involved in a Potential Newmarket Handicap 2024:

Tornado(IRE) x Swift Sis

Toronado X Swift Sis Filly

This Filly is by Swettenham Stud’s dual Group 1 winning sire Toronado, as a stallion he is in red hot form, already the sire of 6 individual Group 1 winners and 34 individual Stakes
winners worldwide, including 3 individual Group 1 winners in Australia.

As a sire Toronado has already sired a runner in The Everest through Masked Crusader.

Her dam is the Stakes placed mare Swift Sis a winner of no less than 9 races earning over $300k on the track from 1100-1400m, she was a very speedy mare in her time and is well
related being a 1/2 sister to the Group 3 winner Quick Feet.

This Filly is a proper athlete very forward and precocious type, she is a great size for a first foal, well put together but it was her walk that we fell in love with. She was one of the best
moving horses we have seen this year and one that we were not leaving the sale without.

She was present at the Inglis Classic sale by Riversdale Farm as agent for the great Makybe Stud, a farm that needs no introduction having produced the 3 time winning Melbourne Cup
superstar mare Makybe Diva as multiple worldwide Group 1 winner and stallion Starspangledbanner.

She will be trained by Matt Dale at his state of the of the art facilities in Goulburn so she will get every opportunity. This Filly is eligible for the lucrative Inglis race series and VOBIS bonus scheme.


Anders X Happy Pilgrim Colt

This Colt is by Widden Stud’s very exciting young stallion Anders, son of champion sire Not A Single Doubt. Anders first yearlings have been hugely popular at the sale in 2024 with his
yearlings averaging $194k at the January Magic Millions sale making this colt great value.

His dam Happy Pilgrim herself a 3 time winning half sister to Snipzu the Group and Stakes placed dam of 5 runners for 5 winners to date including 3 individual Group and Stakes
horses, most recently the twice Group 1 placed (Blue Diamond and Inglis Sires Produce) Don Corleone.

This Colt is a ½ brother to our very promising 2yo trial winner Private Harry, a horse we have a very high opinion of after winning his trial very impressively beating the subsequent
Blue Diamond Prelude Group 3 placed Holmes A Court in the process.

The Colt was presented at the Inglis Classic Sale by Rheinwood Pastoral, in recent times Rheinwood have produced the highly exciting colt Libertad a winner of the Group 3 Widden
Kindergarten Stakes at 2 and the Group 3 San Domenico (just like Anders) highlighting their ability to produce top class racehorses to compete at the highest level.

He is a quality early looking sprinting type and shared a lot of similar characteristics to his brother Private Harry. He had a great action and looks very precocious.

He is trained by Nathan Doyle out of the excellent state of the art Newcastle facilities just like his brother. This Colt is eligible for the lucrative Inglis race series and BOBS bonus scheme.

These are just a few of the exciting opportunities with sprinting pedigrees to see all the available racehorse syndicates right now check them all out on our website

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