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  • West Africa scratched from Caulfield race

    Australian Horse Racing December 6, 2013 5:36 pm

    Lord Of The Sky has moved to odds-on favouritism to win the opening race at Caulfield after the scratching of boom galloper West Africa. West Africa had been well supported to back up a nine-length Kilmore maiden win with victory in his first city test in Saturday’s National Patient Transport […]

     
  • Cry Havoc fast-tracked into metro 3YO race

    Australian Horse Racing December 6, 2013 5:06 pm

    The handicapper has forced Cry Havoc into city racing ahead of trainer Danny Williams’ schedule. But Williams could have reason to thank the architects of the NSW benchmark system of racing after the three-year-old runs at Randwick on Saturday. “We could have given him another run in the country but […]

     
  • Fitness key to Romancingthestone chances

    Australian Horse Racing December 6, 2013 5:00 pm

    Cranbourne trainer Robbie Griffiths is banking on Romancingthestone’s fitness edge to compensate for a possible shortfall in class at Caulfield. “It’s hard to see the filly would be good enough to beat Lord Of The Sky and horses like that, but if they make a blue she’s got the fitness […]

     
  • No Rainbow at Caulfield for Doveton Stakes

    Australian Horse Racing December 6, 2013 4:42 pm

    The comeback of Chase The Rainbow has been delayed yet again with injury forcing him out of the Doveton Stakes at Caulfield. Trainer Rick Hore-Lacy has been forced to take his stable star out of Saturday’s Listed race after Chase The Rainbow sustained superficial cuts to a leg when he […]

     
  • Territory to keep Austin’s name in lights

    Australian Horse Racing December 6, 2013 3:54 pm

    Territory won for the first time in three years last month but there is even more incentive for the sprinter to do it again at Randwick on Saturday. That’s because for trainers like Jarrod Austin who operate small stables, there is added significance to a metropolitan win at this time […]

     
  • Aigles well ahead of fourth Cup bid

    Australian Horse Racing December 6, 2013 3:30 pm

    Cirrus Des Aigles, who is trying to make it fourth time lucky in the Hong Kong Cup, has pleased trainer Corine Barande-Barbe with his build-up to the race. With those three defeats and injury on the eve of last year’s race, Barande-Barbe could be forgiven for thinking Hong Kong was […]

     
  • Positive signs for Doubtfilly in G3 Moore

    Australian Horse Racing December 6, 2013 3:30 pm

    The signals Doubtfilly has given trainer Stuart Kendrick in trackwork has convinced him to start the mare in the George Moore Stakes at Doomben. Kendrick decided to back up Doubtfilly in the Group Three sprint on Saturday after monitoring the mare’s progress since her fast-finishing third to Lady Echelon in […]

     
  • John Messara elected chairman of ARB

    Australian Horse Racing December 6, 2013 2:06 pm

    Prominent owner-breeder John Messara will chair the Australian Racing Board in addition to his duties as chairman of Racing NSW. Messara replaces former Racing Victoria chairman Michael Duffy. The ARB is the national body representing the Principal racing authorities of Australia’s eight states and territories. A former stockbroker, Messara established […]

     
  • Black Caviar’s brother improves slightly

    Australian Horse Racing December 6, 2013 2:06 pm

    As Belle Couture moves closer to a race debut, her younger brother has made “slight improvement” in a Victorian veterinary clinic as he battles the hoof disease laminitis. Three-year-old filly Belle Couture and the unnamed two-year-old colt, known as Jimmy, are both half siblings to champion mare Black Caviar and […]

     
  • Belle Couture steps closer to race debut

    Australian Horse Racing December 6, 2013 1:00 pm

    A pre-Christmas debut is on the cards for Black Caviar’s little sister Belle Couture following her win in a jump-out at Flemington. Trainer Danny O’Brien will monitor the filly’s progress from Friday’s hit-out and make a decision next week on whether the high-profile three-year-old needs another jump-out before her racetrack […]