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  • Buffering notches third G1 win in a row

    Australian Horse Racing November 23, 2013 7:36 pm

    Queensland sprinter Buffering completed a hat-trick of Group One wins in the most desperate of circumstances at Ascot on Saturday. Winner of the Manikato Stakes and the VRC Sprint Classic during the Melbourne spring carnival, Buffering added the $500,000 Winterbottom Stakes to his haul. But he had to work hard […]

     
  • It’s double trouble for Priscilla Schmidt

    Australian Horse Racing November 23, 2013 6:54 pm

    Apprentice Priscilla Schmidt will spend more time on the sideline after receiving her second careless riding suspension in as many weeks. Schmidt was outed for seven meetings, after pleading guilty, for causing interference to Shiraz Attack on the home turn in the Bundaberg Distilling Co Handicap (1500m) at Eagle Farm […]

     
  • Better late than never for Valley winner

    Australian Horse Racing November 23, 2013 6:48 pm

    A horse who started the day as fourth emergency in the last race at Moonee Valley has made the most of a late call-up to post her first city victory. Going into Saturday’s meeting, the lightly raced four-year-old Coronation Shallan has only had four provincial starts, winning twice and finishing […]

     
  • Territory back in the winners’ circle

    Australian Horse Racing November 23, 2013 6:48 pm

    Territory’s fourth trainer Jarrod Austin has managed to coax the first win in more than three years out of the well-bred six-year-old. The Warwick Farm-based Austin is Territory’s fourth trainer and the gelding’s win at Randwick on Saturday capped a busy and profitable couple of days for the stable. The […]

     
  • Better Than Ready wins Keith Noud Handicap

    Australian Horse Racing November 23, 2013 6:18 pm

    Jockey Ric McMahon has given Better Than Ready his seal of approval to chase Group One success in the autumn after his courageous win in the Keith Noud Handicap at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Better Than Ready, the $2.35 favourite, shouldered topweight of 60.5kg to win by a head from […]

     
  • Solsay makes it a Valley double for Kent

    Australian Horse Racing November 23, 2013 5:54 pm

    Cranbourne trainer Mick Kent claimed his second win of the meeting when Solsay won the City Jeep Wrangler Handicap at Moonee Valley on Saturday. It followed his win in the first race with Miss Steele. Kent had given jockey Jackie Beriman explicit instructions to ride the one-paced six-year-old gelding three […]

     
  • Terravista confirms promise at Randwick

    Australian Horse Racing November 23, 2013 5:18 pm

    Rising star Terravista could be stepped up to stakes company after passing his latest test with flying colours. Terravista’s spring preparation has been aimed at getting his rating up so he can compete in the better races in the autumn and he has handled the task with aplomb. His three […]

     
  • Flight Academy continues winning streak

    Australian Horse Racing November 23, 2013 5:06 pm

    A frantic tempo provided by the favourite Calming Influence has helped set up a maiden city win for Flight Academy at Randwick on Saturday. Apprentice Serg Lisnyy, who rode Calming Influence ($2.05) in the Sydney City Toyota Handicap (1300m), was hauled before stewards after the race and questioned about his […]

     
  • Bullet fires winning shot at Moonee Valley

    Australian Horse Racing November 23, 2013 4:48 pm

    Esprit de Bullet called on his winning Adelaide form to produce a strong finish to score in the City Jeep Compass Handicap at Moonee Valley on Saturday. Overcoming an outside barrier, the eight-year-old gelding was forced seven wide on the home turn in order to launch his bid. But with […]

     
  • Britt honoured with ATC life membership

    Australian Horse Racing November 23, 2013 3:24 pm

    At the same track where Edgar Britt won his first major race 70 years ago, the legendary jockey has been made a life member of the Australian Turf Club. Britt’s contribution to racing was honoured on Saturday at a special luncheon overlooking Randwick racecourse – the scene of his 1934 […]