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  • Pride keeps to the basics with Rain Affair

    Australian Horse Racing September 12, 2013 3:12 pm

    Joe Pride once studied psychology but the trainer insists he is as guilty as anyone of thinking too much about the best horse in his stable. Rain Affair continues his campaign in the Group Two Sebring Sprint (1400m) at Rosehill on Saturday and Pride has been on edge since acceptances […]

     
  • Cup plans go on the line for Prince Cheri

    Australian Horse Racing September 12, 2013 2:18 pm

    French import Prince Cheri will be on trial to prove his worth for one of Australia’s biggest races in Saturday’s Kingston Town Stakes at Rosehill. Trainer David Vandyke has Caulfield Cup ambitions for the five-year-old but they won’t be entertained unless Prince Cheri performs this weekend. “If we’re going to […]

     
  • First-up Valley test for Moment Of Change

    Australian Horse Racing September 12, 2013 1:48 pm

    Classy sprinter Moment Of Change will get a vital look at the Moonee Valley circuit on Saturday ahead of two big spring sprints at the same track. Last year’s Rupert Clarke Stakes winner, Moment Of Change resumes in Saturday’s Group Two McEwen Stakes (1000m) with the chance to build on […]

     
  • Dunaden team leans to Melbourne Cup start

    Australian Horse Racing September 12, 2013 12:48 pm

    The odds are firming dramatically about Dunaden being given his chance to win a second Melbourne Cup. David Redvers, the bloodstock agent who manages the racing affairs of the stayer’s owner Sheikh Fahad Al Thani, says the Melbourne Cup is almost certain to win out as Dunaden’s end-of-year target. Plans […]

     
  • Endurance trainer Dachs denies wrongdoing

    International Horse Racing September 12, 2013 11:30 am

    Endurance trainer Jaume Punti Dachs insists there was no suggestion of “wilful or careless wrongdoing” after a consignment of his veterinary products was seized from Moorley Farm East in Newmarket last month. Moorley Farm is listed as owned by Darley Stud Management Co Ltd, the banner company of Sheikh Mohammed’s […]

     
  • Pasquier ban suspended at tribunal hearing

    International Horse Racing September 12, 2013 11:06 am

    Jockey Stephane Pasquier has had a three-month riding ban suspended at a civil court tribunal in France, said his agent Nerve Naggar. Pasquier is free to ride from Thursday after “a serious doubt about the legality of the ban” emerged during the tribunal. The stewards of racing authority France Galop […]

     
  • Group One targets for Our Desert Warrior

    Australian Horse Racing September 11, 2013 5:48 pm

    Gai Waterhouse declared the Epsom Handicap and Caulfield Cup legitimate spring targets for Our Desert Warrior after the well-related galloper won at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. But just how Waterhouse goes about trying to secure a start in at least one of those races remains to be seen. “I think […]

     
  • Victorian connection strikes in Sydney

    Australian Horse Racing September 11, 2013 5:30 pm

    A visiting trainer trying to build some momentum with a new stable and an apprentice hoping to make an impact in one of the world’s toughest riding jurisdictions combined for a timely win at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. Caulfield trainer Henry Dwyer’s decision to run Mendivil in Sydney instead of […]

     
  • Stakes company beckons for Consorting

    Australian Horse Racing September 11, 2013 5:18 pm

    Mick Kent will raise the bar for recent acquisition Consorting after the three-year-old made an impressive winning debut for the stable at Mornington on Wednesday. Consorting, formerly trained by Stephen Hutchinson, was having his first start for Kent in the Sportingbet.com.au Handicap (1200m) and swamped his rivals to score a […]

     
  • Fresh is best for Vis A Tergo: Dunn

    Australian Horse Racing September 11, 2013 4:48 pm

    The margin was narrow and the time slow but Vis A Tergo’s win at Eagle Farm on Wednesday has earned her a tilt at better quality races this campaign. Vis A Tergo only had a short half-head to spare from stablemate Altai Warrior in the Hidden Dragon @ Lyndhurst Handicap […]