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  • Moloney team in top form for Sandown bid

    Australian Horse Racing December 9, 2014 2:24 pm

    After training six winners from his past 11 starters, Caulfield trainer John Moloney is looking to continue his run of form on Wednesday. Moloney has three runners – all last-start winners – engaged at Sandown. Cool will contest The Cove Hotel Handicap, Seattleite in the Schweppes Handicap and Act Of […]

  • Shinn out to make most of McDonald absence

    Australian Horse Racing December 9, 2014 1:30 pm

    Steve Englebrecht is struggling to find a negative about the chances of Our Uncle Archie at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. And that’s good news for the promising stayer’s rider Blake Shinn who can wrest the Sydney jockeys’ premiership lead away from James McDonald during the midweek meeting. From Our Uncle […]

  • Top honour for Sole Power

    International Horse Racing December 9, 2014 6:45 am

    Sole Power, who runs against Australia’s Buffering in the International Sprint in Hong Kong, has won the top honour at the Horse Racing Ireland awards. He and his stablemate Slade Power picked up four of Britain’s five Group One sprints between them this year. Owned by David and Sabina Power […]

  • Aegean Sea to miss Golden Slipper

    Australian Horse Racing December 8, 2014 5:48 pm

    Clarry Conners’ hopes of a fifth Golden Slipper have diminished with his leading contender Aegean Sea sidelined for six months with a leg injury. The Warwick Farm trainer had identified the filly as the most forward of his juvenile team and his best chance of winning the $3.5 million Slipper […]

  • David Hayes pleased with Criterion

    Australian Horse Racing December 8, 2014 5:36 pm

    HONG KONG – Trainer David Hayes is upbeat about the prospects of Criterion in the Hong Kong Cup after overseeing an exercise gallop at Sha Tin. Both Criterion and Buffering, who runs in the International Sprint on Sunday, were given light work-outs on the all-weather track on Monday. More serious […]

  • Work to determine trip over the border

    Australian Horse Racing December 8, 2014 5:27 pm

    The last time a meeting was held at Flemington, South Australian trainers had a field day. It was the final day of the Melbourne Cup carnival and Phillip Stokes collected a treble with Murray Bridge trainer Mick Huxtable scoring with Lord Aspen. Stuart Padman, another Murray Bridge-based trainer, is planning […]

  • Helen Page returns to Sydney with Rudy

    Australian Horse Racing December 8, 2014 4:48 pm

    A quarter of a century after she won the Villiers Stakes with Spot The Rock, Helen Page believes she has the horse to give her another victory in the summer feature. The former Sydney trainer has been at the Gold Coast for the past 18 years and only makes the […]

  • Newitt granted earlier start in Singapore

    Australian Horse Racing December 8, 2014 3:03 pm

    Jockey Craig Newitt has been granted a three-week licence by the Singapore Turf Club to wind up the 2014 racing year. After scoring a winning double at Sandown on Saturday for Jason Warren aboard Sang Choi Bao and Danger Close, Newitt is leaving Australia to take up a six month […]

  • Admire Rakti died from natural causes

    Australian Horse Racing December 8, 2014 3:00 pm

    A post-mortem examination has determined Melbourne Cup favourite Admire Rakti died from acute heart failure and had no prohibited substances in his system. The Japanese Caulfield Cup winner finished a distant last in the Cup on November 4 and collapsed and died after he was taken back to his race […]

  • Schofield hoping for early return

    Australian Horse Racing December 8, 2014 1:27 pm

    Chad Schofield is optimistic he can be back riding at next month’s Magic Millions meeting at the Gold Coast with injuries suffered in a fall not as serious as feared. Scans and x-rays show Schofield has fractures to the T7 and T8 vertebrae in his lower back after initial concerns […]