Winners are grinners! Our trainers top wins

Winning a group race on the big stage is seen as the pinnacle of racing and for our trainers this rings true. However sometimes there are races that just mean so much more. Some races have brought owners, trainers and stable staff together for the most exciting ride of their lives. Can you pick which races might be the most exciting of these trainer’s careers? Mick Price: Trainer of Shezawitness Pushing nearly 2,000 career wins you might think it would be hard to find 3 special races in that career but Mick Price just keeps coming up with incredible wins.…

FINAL UNITS: Zoushack close to selling out

The exciting and impressive colt with incredible bloodlines is close to selling out with only limited units remaining in the David Hayes-trained filly. A son of one of the most exciting sires in Australia racing, Zoustar, this colt has taken to training really well with his temperament, that of a champion and future stallion. He is laid back, casual and focused: an absolute cool customer which has reflected in his breaking and pre-training. It’s those types of horses which have the potential to be stallions. RECENT NEWS: Group Two Quinella for Zoustar’s sons The bloodlines also speak for themselves. Zoustar…

miRunners has four of the top 10 trainers in Australia

While reputation has often helped dictate which trainers are the best in racing, the pure statistics of group and total race wins is a clear indication as to which Australian trainers are top. The miRunners training team of David Hayes, Bjorn Baker, Gai Waterhouse, Adrian Bott, Tony Gollan, Mick Price and Kris Lees covers the entire East Coast and comes with thousands of combined wins. RECENT NEWS: Majority of units sold in promising Zoustar colt miRunners promises nothing but quality: premium racehorses matched with Australia’s best trainers plus great service and communication to give you the best possible ownership experience at…

Majority of units sold in promising Zoustar colt

The majority of units have now been sold in the David Hayes’ trained colt, Zoushack. Update: all units have now been sold. With units available in the Zoustar X Shack colt for $275 (plus a monthly fee of $15) and the majority of those units sold, you will have to move quickly if you want to buy-into this incredibly well-bred colt who has been displaying a winning temperament and plenty of promise. RELATED NEWS: Why the Zoustar colt is a great purchase The horse was purchased at the 2018 Gold Coast Magic Millions for $275,000 meaning that units are being…

miRunners trainers with five runners in Saturday’s Group 1 Sydney Cup

miRunners trainers have five runners in this Saturday’s $2m Group 1 Sydney Cup at Randwick. A field of 20 starters will set off on the two-mile feature handicap. The Sydney Cup is one of four Group 1 Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival features held on Day 2 of The Championships at Royal Randwick Racecourse on the second Saturday in April each season. The 2016 Melbourne Cup winner Almandin heads up the weights with 57kg. Chairman’s Handicap winner Sir Charles Road is in the field as is Adelaide Cup winner Fanatic while Japanese raider Prestwick adds further interest to the race. RECENT…

miRunners trainers eyeing Australia’s first international win of the year

Australia could have an international winner in 2018 before Winx even boards a plane as Bjorn Baker and David Hayes tackle the Group 1 Al Quoz Sprint in the early hours of Sunday morning – 1am AEDT (6:05pm local time on Saturday). Australian horses have a solid recent record in the Al Quoz Sprint, after Buffering claimed the race in 2016 and Ortensia saluted in 2012. The Bjorn Baker trained Music Magnate flew out for this Saturday’s Group 1 Al Quoz Sprint in Dubai. Baker said he couldn’t be happier that the Group 1 winner was enjoying a trouble-free run-up…

miRunners trainers in line to win the Golden Slipper

The world’s richest race for two-year-olds is on this weekend and miRunners will be represented with four of their trainers putting horses in the famous race. Between them, David Hayes, Mick Price, Tony Gollan and Gai Waterhouse/Adrian Bott have six horses running in the AU$3,500,000 race: again confirming that miRunners really does have Australia’s best trainers in their stable. miRunners is a revolutionary model that makes premium thoroughbred ownership affordable to all Australians. By splitting the cost of ownership into 1,000 equal units, everyday Aussies can own their share in a top quality racehorse for only $275 plus a monthly…

Why Zoushack is a great purchase

Zoushack was one of the bargains of the sales when he was bought at the 2018 Gold Coast Magic Millions for $275,000. As part of the miRunners ownership platform, ownership in Zoushack is only $275 per unit with a monthly fee of $15 for your first unit ($5 for any additional units). RECENT NEWS: Zoustar x Shack’s sibling continues to win Here’s the main reasons why Zoushack – to be trained by David Hayes – was one of the best buys of 2018. Zoustar’s success as a sire Our horse’s sire, Zoustar, has had his first crop to race just…

David Hayes’ Top Five Wins

With a couple of thousand wins to his name as well as more Group 1 winners than you could likely recall, David Hayes has a victory list that anyone in the world would be proud of. Having recently come on board with miRunners to train the impressive Zoushack colt, we sat down with David to discuss his personal top five wins of his career. 5. Caulfield Cup with Boom Time 2017 The 3.15 million race was won in convincing fashion by Boom Time, storming home to defeat Single Gaze from the fast-finishing favourite Johannes Vermeer. Sir Isaac Newton was leading…

Own a quality thoroughbred trained by David Hayes

Another of Australia’s most successful and admired trainers has joined the miRunners stables as David Hayes comes on board to train Zoustar x Shack. For only $275 plus a monthly fee of $15, you can own this well-bred colt from one of Australia’s most exciting sires, trained by an experienced Group 1 winner. As the head trainer at Lindsay Park Racing Stables, David learned every aspect of the racing business from his father, Colin. It must have been quite a tuition, because at the age of 28, following his father’s retirement, David established himself as a leading trainer in his…