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  • Olive double-handed for Snake Gully Cup

    Australian Horse Racing November 13, 2014 1:00 pm

    Canberra trainer Nick Olive admits the Snake Gully Cup is a bogey race for him. Olive will saddle up two horses in the $55,000 race at Gundagai on Friday – in-form mare Without A Shadow and Nat King Cu. “It’s a race I’ve been dying to win,” Olive said. “I’ve […]

  • Apprentice set for city comeback via China

    Australian Horse Racing November 13, 2014 12:21 pm

    A ride in an invitation race in China has whet the appetite for apprentice Janette Johnson’s return to racing. Johnson had her first Australian ride in several months at a Gold Coast provincial meeting last Saturday but has not ridden in a metropolitan race since August. She will make her […]

  • Browne booking a boost for Miss Cover Girl

    Australian Horse Racing November 13, 2014 12:00 pm

    Trainer Kelly Schweida believes Group One-winning jockey Damian Browne holds the key to a return to winning form for classy three-year-old Miss Cover Girl. Miss Cover Girl will be having her first start past 1200m in the Commercial Kitchen Co Handicap (1400m) at the Gold Coast on Saturday. Schweida has […]

  • Life’s a beach for Zipping Classic runner

    Australian Horse Racing November 13, 2014 11:48 am

    Trainer Matt Laurie is on a learning curve with stable newcomer Rialya as he prepares for the Zipping Classic at Sandown. The 2012 Adelaide Cup winner, Rialya has gone winless since taking out the Tatt’s Cup at Eagle Farm in June last year. Rialya was formerly prepared in Adelaide by […]

  • Spooked horse flattens fence at the Farm

    Australian Horse Racing November 12, 2014 6:15 pm

    Racegoers were given a fright at Warwick Farm on Wednesday when a spooked horse crashed through a fence into a grassed section of the members’ area. With jockey Peter Wells aboard, Price War reared in the parade ring before stumbling over the fence, narrowly avoiding punters. Wells leapt from the […]

  • Coolmore team settles Adelaide future

    Australian Horse Racing November 12, 2014 6:03 pm

    Cox Plate winner Adelaide will remain in Australia to be prepared for an autumn campaign. Keeping to a plan revealed before Adelaide’s last-to-first Cox Plate triumph last month, the four-year-old will go into leading Sydney trainer Chris Waller’s Rosehill stable and will target the $4 million Queen Elizabeth Stakes at […]

  • Waller scratches Wine Tales from Rosehill

    Australian Horse Racing November 12, 2014 5:45 pm

    Dual acceptor Wine Tales might have been an afterthought inclusion for a race at Rosehill but trainer Chris Waller has made an early call on the promising filly’s spring finale. Wine Tales is an acceptor for the Cellarbrations Blacktown Handicap at her home track on Saturday with apprentice Lester Grace […]

  • Mixed day for Matt McGuren at Ipswich

    Australian Horse Racing November 12, 2014 5:39 pm

    Talented apprentice Matt McGuren continued to make the most of his limited time with an allowance by riding a double at Ipswich on Wednesday. McGuren only had three rides on the card but was able to kick home Sigmund ($3.30) and Casarati ($3), although his day was later soured by […]

  • ATC announces $3.78 million profit

    Australian Horse Racing November 12, 2014 4:33 pm

    The refurbishment of Rosehill and construction of a light rail link to Randwick are among the priorities for the Australian Turf Club following its announcement of a $3.78 million operating profit. The Club has pledged to reinvest a significant amount of the money back into Sydney racing with $400,000 to […]

  • Kingman rules at Cartier Awards

    Australian Horse Racing November 12, 2014 4:30 pm

    Kingman has beaten Cox Plate winner Australia to be crowned Horse of the Year at the 24th annual Cartier Racing Awards in London. The three-year-old colt proved himself the best miler in Europe with victories in the Irish 2,000 Guineas, St James’s Palace Stakes, Sussex Stakes and the Prix Jacques […]