De La Terre

Racing Online - Posts tagged: De La Terre

Beauden set for Riccarton feature

Last start Group 2 Awapuni Gold Cup (2000m) winner Beauden is set to clock up further frequent flyer miles when he treks to Riccarton in a fortnight. The Joan Egan-bred and owned six-year-old will contest the Group 3 Coca Cola Canterbury Gold Cup (2000m), with co-trainer Graeme Rogerson convinced the weight-for-age feature is the ideal[...]
Read More

Mascarpone to bypass Railway

Talented Team Rogerson-trained sprinter Mascarpone is set to miss the Group 1 Sistema Railway (1200m) on New Year’s Day. “He’s out of the Railway, but he is running in the Telegraph (Group 1, 1200m),” Graeme Rogerson said. “He pulled a plate off in the run in the J Swap Stakes (Group 3, 1400m) last start[...]
Read More

Quality filly heads Rogerson arsenal

Trainer Graeme Rogerson is confident smart two-year-old De La Terre can notch the third win of her juvenile year when she tackles the Dylan Johnson Bloodstock 2YO (1100m) at Te Rapa on Saturday. The well-related daughter of Reliable Man will likely have a brief let-up after Saturday and be targeted at more lucrative races in[...]
Read More

Rogerson team starts in style

Team Rogerson started a big day at Te Rapa on Saturday in fine style with a victory by promising two-year-old filly De La Terre. The Tuhikaramea-based operation had a huge team lining up for the return to thoroughbred racing in the Waikato and were celebrating after the first event on the 12-race card with a[...]
Read More

Elliot set to surpass season’s best

Waikato jockey Ryan Elliot was a little disappointed about the season being curtailed as a result of COVID-19, but he is looking forward to getting back raceday riding in just over a month. The 21-year-old hoop was able to keep relatively busy at trainer Graeme Rogerson’s private training property in Hamilton over the lockdown period,[...]
Read More