Snowden can’t wait to ‘Pony Up’ in Qld winter

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Trainers Paul and Peter Snowden during a Inglis Yearling Sales during Newmarket, Sydney. pic Mark Evans

ACE Sydney tutor Peter Snowden might not have a Winx in a locker room, though he is assured he has adequate ammunition to make a large dash during this year’s Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival.

The Brisbane Racing Club launched this year’s fair during a sexy eventuality in Brisbane City on Friday.

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The fair starts on May 13 and comprises 5 days of Group 1 movement during Doomben and Eagle Farm.

Snowden has vowed to be a vital actor again this year, carrying come tighten to causing a outrageous dissapoint in violence Chris Waller for heading tutor during final year’s carnival.

Snowden, who trains in partnership with his son Paul, has prolonged sung a virtues of bringing horses to Queensland and has no skeleton to change.

Brisbane Racing Carnival envoy Kendall Gilding with equine My Limit. Picture: Jodie Richter

Brisbane Racing Carnival envoy Kendall Gilding with equine My Limit. Picture: Jodie RichterSource:News Corp Australia

“Horses do so good adult here,” Snowden said.

“I haven’t been propitious adequate to have a Winx (who kicked off her 17-race winning strain during this fair dual years ago), though I’ve had a lot of horses that done names for themselves during this carnival.

“Hopefully I’m bringing some with a products this year.”

Snowden’s group will be headed by sprinters Russian Revolution and Redzel, while he has high hopes for two-year-old Delfuego, who kicks off his career during Randwick on Anzac Day in a bid to stamp his Queensland passport.

Under The Louvre and Black Heart Bart quarrel out final years Stradbroke Handicap. Picture: Jono Searle

Under The Louvre and Black Heart Bart quarrel out final year’s Stradbroke Handicap. Picture: Jono SearleSource:News Corp Australia

Branded “Pony Up”, replacing final year’s “Seven Deadly Sins”, this year’s fair boasts prizemoney of $9.8 million as partial of Racing Queensland’s $14 million winter.

The BRC fair has a new demeanour this year, with a Doomben 10,000 reduced from a iconic stretch of 1350m behind to 1200m to flog off a fair on May 13.

The following week a Doomben Cup is hold before 3 uninterrupted weeks of Group 1 racing during a revamped Eagle Farm.

Trainers Paul and Peter Snowden are fervent to make an impact during a Queensland winter. Picture: Mark Evans

Trainers Paul and Peter Snowden are fervent to make an impact during a Queensland winter. Picture: Mark EvansSource:News Corp Australia

Originally published as Snowden can’t wait to ‘Pony Up’ in Qld winter

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