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  • Tony Gollan chasing training record

    Australian Horse Racing July 2, 2015 11:00 am

    The weather holds the key to trainer Tony Gollan’s chances of having the Brisbane metropolitan trainers’ premiership record in his grasp before he leaves on annual holidays. Gollan and his wife Jane leave on Sunday and won’t return until the last day of the racing season on Wednesday July 29. […]

  • Vets to be licensed by Racing NSW

    Australian Horse Racing July 2, 2015 9:39 am

    Veterinarians will be compelled to appear at Racing NSW stewards inquiries under new licensing conditions. Racing NSW introduced the rule on Wednesday with vets given until August 1 to lodge their licence applications. The rule will be enforced despite opposition from the Veterinary Practitioners Board and the Equine Veterinary Association […]

  • Victoria Pendleton ready for riding debut

    International Horse Racing July 2, 2015 7:21 am

    Dual Olympic cycling champion Victoria Pendleton admits she is nervous ahead of her highly anticipated debut as an amateur rider at Newbury. Despite being a novice in the saddle, the 34-year-old announced in March she was training to become a jockey with a long-term aim to compete in the Foxhunter […]

  • Blake Shinn making premiership charge

    Australian Horse Racing July 2, 2015 7:12 am

    A midweek treble has boosted Blake Shinn’s quest for the Sydney jockeys’ premiership. The title is coming down to a three-way tussle between Shinn, Hugh Bowman and James McDonald who will return from a stint in England to ride at the last five meetings of the season. Shinn’s three winners […]

  • Press Statement sold to Vinery Stud

    Australian Horse Racing July 1, 2015 11:09 pm

    Chris Waller has outlined Royal Ascot plans for Press Statement following confirmation Vinery Stud and The China Horse Club has bought a 50 per cent stake in the Group One winner for an undisclosed sum. The two-year-old will remain under the care of Waller who is establishing a reputation as […]

  • Track rider dies after fall at Caulfield

    Australian Horse Racing July 1, 2015 8:03 pm

    A track rider who died from injuries in a fall at Caulfield has been named as 25-year-old German national Friederike Ruhle. A Melbourne Racing Club statement said she was riding on the sand track on Wednesday morning for her employer Byron Cozamanis when the accident happened. Ruhle was attended to […]

  • Michael Dee rides four winners at Ballarat

    Australian Horse Racing July 1, 2015 5:27 pm

    Talented apprentice Michael Dee has had a career-best day in the saddle with four winners at Ballarat. The New Zealand rider has been based in Melbourne since January and said riding half the card at Wednesday’s metropolitan meeting was a highlight of his career to date. “I’ve never ridden four […]

  • Warwick Farm false start remains a mystery

    Australian Horse Racing July 1, 2015 5:03 pm

    Blake Shinn thought he had received a head start while Tye Angland figured he must have mistimed the jump when the gates opened for the third race at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. Their confusion was quickly allayed when the warning lights and siren signalled a false start to the All […]

  • Cup winner Protectionist back in work

    Australian Horse Racing July 1, 2015 4:48 pm

    Kris Lees is optimistic about Melbourne Cup winner Protectionist returning to his best this spring as he prepares for another Cup campaign. The Melbourne Cup winner has returned to work at Newcastle, having had a six-week spell after his disappointing Sydney Cup run when he emerged from the race with […]

  • Baker’s Mr Steal to back up at Rosehill

    Australian Horse Racing July 1, 2015 4:09 pm

    Bjorn Baker won’t hesitate to back up Mr Steal at Rosehill on Saturday after the horse ran his midweek rivals ragged at Warwick Farm. Brenton Avdulla adopted catch-me-if-you-can tactics on the lightly raced stayer whose win capped a rapid rise through the grades from his debut fifth at Bathurst less […]