BJORN Baker was happy to play the role of Santa Claus, delivering early Christmas cheer for stable followers after Test The World scored at Rosehill Gardens.
EGYPTIAN Symbol made an emphatic statement with her brilliant return at Rosehill, giving trainer Bjorn Baker hope the mare can finally overcome her Magic Millions jinx.
Redouble (Redoute’s Choice) proved how tenacious he was on Saturday at Rosehill when making making it back to back Saturday wins, two weeks in a row.
Thriving in training this preparation, this gelding is coming of age and really enjoying his racing. Terrifically ridden by Rory Hutchings at both wins this preparation, Redouble is really giving his owners something to cheer about.
Congratulations to my team at home on always doing a terrific job and a huge congratulations to Redouble’s owners!
Goodfella has earned a trip to Melbourne as well as a return to the Magic Millions after the colt underlined his class at Randwick.
From clumsy backyard sportsman to social media star to winning trainer on a spring day of Group One racing.
On Group 1 Golden Rose Day, Sir Plush finished the day for the stable on a winning note.
The winner of six races now and nearly $280,000 in prize money, this son of Pins gave his owners Mr & Mrs Macleod something to cheer about.
The best into stride, the gelding led the field with easy. Kicking away from the field on the turn for home, he proved far too good to run down, winning by nearly four lengths.
After two suspensions that kept Jason Collett off for a month the jockey has ridden his first Saturday winner since his return aboard Embley at Randwick.
While he rode a perfectly judged race, leading all the way on the Bjorn Baker-trained gelding in the Shoot Out Mile, he had a little trouble finding the scales for the winning jockey.
At the fourth start of his campaign, Embley has finally jumped out of the gates cleanly with the desired result — a win at Randwick, albeit a close one.