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  • ATC officials outed for betting offences

    Australian Horse Racing November 17, 2014 6:48 pm

    Two long-serving Australian Turf Club officials have been disqualified for betting offences and damaging the image of racing. Racing clerk Shaun Lyall and betting services manager Murray Conallin both pleaded guilty to the charges and were outed for two years and 18 months respectively. The charges arose following a request […]

  • Majestic Beast to step up to open company

    Australian Horse Racing November 17, 2014 6:27 pm

    It’s taken Majestic Beast until her six-year-old season to hit her straps and earn a crack at open company. Trainer Kerry Parker said the mare’s three recent wins were proof of her new-found maturity and she was now ready to take the next step in Saturday’s Metro Plate (2400m) at […]

  • Waterhouse after second Ballarat Cup

    Australian Horse Racing November 17, 2014 6:24 pm

    Group Three placegetter Pheidon will be out to give Gai Waterhouse her second Ballarat Cup. Waterhouse won the Listed race last year with The Offer who went on to win three races during the autumn, culminating in the Sydney Cup. The Offer was then installed the Melbourne Cup favourite before […]

  • Commanding Jewel off to stud

    Australian Horse Racing November 17, 2014 5:24 pm

    The racing career of Group One winning mare Commanding Jewel is over. The Leon and Troy Corstens trained five-year-old, a three-quarter sister to retired champion Atlantic Jewel, will be given time to let down before heading to the breeding barn next year. Commanding Jewel won the Thousand Guineas at Caulfield […]

  • Expensive colt Grand Cross to make debut

    Australian Horse Racing November 17, 2014 4:06 pm

    One of the most expensive colts sold in Australia this year is ready to make his debut for his high-powered group of owners. Grand Cross, a $1.3 million yearling at the Easter Sale, is owned in a partnership which includes Coolmore, Anand Krishan’s Kia Ora, Michael Tabor and the China […]

  • Warren racking up the miles with Sprinter

    Australian Horse Racing November 17, 2014 4:03 pm

    Trainer Jason Warren will be racking up the frequent flyer miles this week ahead of Bel Sprinter’s bid for a second Group One win. The Victorian trainer is in New Zealand attending the Ready To Run Sale in Auckland and will fly to Perth on Friday to see Bel Sprinter […]

  • Irish racing legend Dessie Hughes dies

    International Horse Racing November 17, 2014 8:24 am

    Dessie Hughes, a giant of Irish jumps racing both as a jockey and a trainer, has died from cancer at the age of 71. Hughes rode Monksfield to win the 1979 Champion Hurdle and then sent out Hardy Eustace to claim the 2004 and 2005 editions of the hurdling crown […]

  • Overseas stayers simply better: O’Donnell

    Australian Horse Racing November 16, 2014 5:51 pm

    While many lament the lack of home grown stayers in Australia, Simon O’Donnell makes no apologies for buying northern hemisphere horses to race here. O’Donnell and his partner Terry Henderson run OTI Racing which sources distance horses from Europe including Saturday’s Sandown stakes winners Renew and Au Revoir. Both will […]

  • Complacent nearing return from injury

    Australian Horse Racing November 16, 2014 4:09 pm

    A horse considered one of the brightest talents in Godolphin’s Australian team is slowly building towards a comeback from injury. Group One winner Complacent has not raced since his second in the 2013 Victoria Derby having been ruled out of racing this year with a tendon strain. Complacent is back […]

  • Blake Shinn just wants to keep on winning

    Australian Horse Racing November 16, 2014 3:54 pm

    The Sydney jockeys’ premiership isn’t the major focus for Blake Shinn but his recent form suggests he can keep the pressure on James McDonald. Shinn rode four of the winners on Saturday’s eight-race Rosehill card to narrow the gap between him and the defending champion to three. Shinn’s biggest challenge […]