Melbourne on Saturday for Australia

Oct 15th 2015 at 1:11 AM

Some of Europe’s finest stayers were flown into Melbourne on Saturday for Australia’s two most essential races, the Caulfield Cup and Melbourne Cup.

Experts realize its the highest volume of quality racehorses to get to Melbourne to the spring.

“I’ve got a chance to say, out of all years I’ve been recruiting, Melbourne Cup 2015 Results in 2010 of all years has quality and depth, really the two main dimensions you’ve reached look at when getting horses from worldwide,” Racing Victoria recruiting scout Leigh Jordon said.

Jordon pointed to Snow Sky, a stayer he believed was by far the most well-performed racehorse to come with the two races simply because they went international.

Snow Sky is trained by Michael Stoute and of the same connections who raced the all-conquering Frankl.

Red Cadeaux, the 10-year-old horse Australians have adopted his or her own, looked bright when he left the tarmac for his fifth appearance from the Melbourne Cup, a race he’s finished in second place triple.

In fact, Red Cadeaux has won more prize funds on his overseas travels than in your own home in England.

Red Cadeaux is trained by Ed Dunlop, Melbourne Cup Live Stream that has also brought Trip To Paris, containing excellent English form.

The world’s finest jumping trainer Willie Mullins has taken smart stayer Max Dynamite from Ireland. He’s of wealthy US banker Rich Ricci.

Quest For More, another smart distance galloper, is trained by Roger Charlton, one of by far the most astute trainers within the UK. It’s his first vacation to Australia.

“Really we’ve got a bit of the changing in the guard,” Jordon said. “Some from the regulars that contain retired or glided by the wayside are already replaced by the new gang of horses and it’s terrific for that industry how the likes of Roger Charlton are prepared into the future all the way across the world being part of our spring.”

Queen Elizabeth Stakes winner Criterion also returned from his UK campaign.

The plane stopped in Singapore and acquired classy sprinter Super One, which can be trained by Michael Freedman and definately will start from the Coolmore Stakes at Flemington on Derby Day.

And it wasn’t all distance gallopers click here arriving on Saturday. Bow Creek, that's a strong sprinter-miler record, flew in being trained by John O’Shea.

All is going to be stabled inside the Vintage Crop Stables with the Werribee International Horse Centre. They will join high-quality Japanese stayers Fame Game and Hokko Brave, which arrived last week

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