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  1. Able Speed ready to maintain Moore-Beadman momentum

    Posted May 05th 2010, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... Alan Aitken The John Moore-Darren Beadman train charged through the Sha Tin programme last Saturday with a four-timer and the in-form combination should play a strong role ... and Royal Pericles. John Moore and Darren Beadman got back in the groove with a four-timer on the weekend and they boast a winning strike rate of (from 234 runners): 12% ...

  2. Savour Dim Sum delights with Moore and Beadman

    Posted Oct 05th 2008, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... Three Sha Tin Sprint Trophy (1,000m). Dim Sum (Darren Beadman) hardly boasts an impressive win strike rate with just two victories from 15 starts, but that doesn't accurately reflect ... showing perhaps even a little more speed than we have been used to in the past. With the body of the field likely to head to the outside, Beadman should be tracking over behind the quickest horses ...

  3. Quick back-up and step up in trip suits Victory Conqueror

    Posted Jun 03rd 2009, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... Conqueror (Darren Beadman) falls into that category. With 14 starts for one win, he could be seen as an under-achiever, but the gelding, who only turned four at the start of this year, has been ... at the Valley, so the remaining three meetings at the city course- where he dominates- will be crucial to the championship. John Moore and Darren Beadman have combined 45 times at the Valley this season ...

  4. Little Dreams can make a big impact

    Posted Sep 18th 2010, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... for Little Dreams (Darren Beadman) at one of the former should let Moore know if he is going to measure up to the latter. The four-year-old is still a maiden locally after arriving with Derby ...

  5. Racing To Win tipped to spoilt the party for Ba Ba and Happy Zero

    Posted Dec 13th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... from barrier nine, while Happy Zero steps up to a mile for the first time and also makes his Group One debut. While trainer John Moore (pictured) and jockey Darren Beadman have faith ...

  6. Sport - Racing

    Moore compares Berry's work ethic with Beadman

    Posted May 12th 2013, 12:00am by Michael Cox

    ... as well. John Moore has compared Berry's work ethic and insight as a trackwork rider to that of his legendary countryman Darren Beadman, after the in-vogue Australian jockey landed another ... afterwards. "Tommy has been a hit on the track but in the mornings he has been great as well - he has the same work ethic and demeanor as Darren Beadman. He is always there on time," Moore ...

  7. Smart Giant is the real deal, enthuses Moore

    Posted Oct 31st 2011, 12:00am

    ... with the progressive stayer. Smart Giant made light work of a seven-horse field in a Class Two Handicap, Darren Beadman staying out of trouble on the odds-on favourite and then unleashing the long striding ... a nice horse to have.' At his two starts this season, Beadman has encountered traffic problems on the four-year-old. First-up he was able to overcome them over 1,400m, but last start he ...

  8. Chevalier King can keep Moore's tally ticking over

    Posted Dec 01st 2010, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... on the championship table with Caspar Fownes and underlined the momentum Moore has at present. The two top stables will face off in the feature at the city course, with Chevalier King (Darren Beadman) opposed ... in the straight before succumbing in the final 100m to the talented, lightly weighted three-year-old Turbo King. He should have tightened up for that run, has drawn inside and has Beadman taking over from ...

  9. One World can help Moore keep tight rein on trainers' title

    Posted May 24th 2009, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... victory for Moore- who last won the title in 1995- makes the task doubly difficult for John Size and Caspar Fownes as they try to close the gap. And in One World (Darren Beadman), Moore looks ... There will be no such problems this time, with Beadman launching One World from gate four and with all the speed in the world to run at, which seem to be how One World does his best work. Everywhere you look ...

  10. Poor showing in Melbourne leaves Moore and Beadman perplexed

    Posted Oct 02nd 2011, 12:00am

    ... Alan Aitken The career of former Hong Kong-based sprinter Happy Zero is in limbo after his second-last to boom three-year-old Sepoy in Melbourne on Friday night. John Moore, who hopes to welcome the gelding back to his yard later this season if he strikes form under the Hawkes family, made the trip to Moonee Valley with stable rider Darren Beadman and both came away non-plussed. ...




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