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  • Racing Queensland to give TAB clubs short-term funding

    Racing Queensland will provide $2.4 million in short-term funding to support its TAB clubs during the coronavirus pandemic. In a statement released on Friday, RQ chairman Steve Wilson said it was part of a multi-staged process to help during the crisis. “Having conducted patron-free meetings since March 16, RQ is… Read More »

     
  • Redzel flying under the radar in the TJ Smith Stakes

    He has won two Everests, two Group One races and more than $16 million. On Saturday veteran sprinter Redzel will try to repel a number of younger star sprinters when he chases another memorable Randwick victory in the Group One TJ Smith Stakes (1200m) at the venue of his two… Read More »

     
  • TJ Smith Stakes – What you need to know

    TJ SMITH STAKES 1200m, $1.25 million Group One weight-for-age at Randwick * Prize money halved for this year because of coronavirus pandemic and reduced wagering income HISTORY * Named in honour of Randwick’s most famous trainer whose daughter Gai Waterhouse has won the race with Phoenix Park in 2002, Shamekha… Read More »

     
  • ATC Australian Derby – What you need to know

    THE ATC AUSTRALIAN DERBY 2400m, $1 million, set weights * Prize money halved this year because of coronavirus pandemic and reduced wagering income HISTORY * First run in 1861 and won by Kyogle, the Derby is firmly established as the No.1 three-year-old Classic in the country. * Past winners include… Read More »

     
  • Santa Ana Lane ready to deliver in G1 TJ Smith Stakes

    Santa Ana Lane can etch his name alongside two of the best sprinters this century if he can go back-to-back in the Group One TJ Smith Stakes at Randwick. Black Caviar (2011, 2013) and three-time race winner Chautauqua (2015-17) are the only horses to have claimed the showpiece twice since… Read More »

     
  • Alex Patis rides first metropolitan winner

    Coronavirus restrictions have led to apprentice Alex Patis riding her first metropolitan winner at the Gold Coast. Queensland is split into regions because of the coronavirus outbreak with metropolitan racing divided between the Gold Coast on Friday and Doomben on Saturday. Patis, 20, did part of her apprenticeship in Victoria… Read More »

     
  • Inglis Sires Produce Stakes – What you need to know

    SIRES’ PRODUCE STAKES 1400m, $500,000 Group One for two-year-olds at Randwick * Prize money halved for this year because of coronavirus pandemic and reduced wagering income HISTORY * First run in 1867 when won by Glencoe * Some greats of the Australasian turf have won the race including Furious (1921),… Read More »

     
  • Anthony Freedman fires Sydney Cup Warning

    A Sydney Cup berth is in the pipeline for Victoria Derby winner Warning if he can reproduce a similar performance in the ATC Australian Derby at Randwick. The last three-year-old to win the Sydney Cup was outstanding stayer Tie The Knot 22 years ago. He was runner-up to Gold Guru… Read More »

     
  • Gerald Ryan with strong hand in G1 Inglis Sires

    Gerald Ryan will have up to three runners in the Group One Sires’ Produce Stakes and regards his best chance as the only member of the trio yet to be tested at black-type level. Return With Honour, Mission River and Cultural Amnesia will be Ryan’s squad for Saturday’s 1400m-contest, the… Read More »

     
  • Mike Moroney hoping for rain in Sydney

    No-one is happier to hear there is a soft track at Randwick ahead of the opening day of The Championships than Mike Moroney. Melbourne-based Moroney has two horses entered in Group One races on Saturday, Tofane in the TJ Smith and Rainbow Thief, an emergency, in the Doncaster Mile. Both… Read More »

     
  • Grand Piano set for first stakes test

    Grand Piano will face some promising young horses in the Carbine Club Stakes, but none with the credentials of his recent galloping partner. Trainer John Thompson’s Randwick stable is home to some high-profile visiting horses for the Sydney autumn carnival including champion New Zealand mare Melody Belle who is among… Read More »

     
  • Jockey confident he is on the Australian Derby winner

    The absence of a crowd will not dull Josh Parr’s excitement if he can capture the ATC Australian Derby on his personal pin-up horse Shadow Hero. Parr feels a sense of unfinished business with the three-year-old, who was the beaten favourite in the Victoria Derby last spring. He has warned… Read More »

     
  • Vegas Knight out to bounce back at Caulfield

    Colin Little has not lost faith in Vegas Knight despite what looks on paper to be some disappointing recent form. The Caulfield trainer is expecting to see the Vegas Knight he knows when the three-year-old runs in the Neds Handicap (1600m) at Caulfield on Saturday. Little holds Vegas Knight in… Read More »

     
  • Doncaster Mile – What you need to know

    THE DONCASTER MILE * A race synonymous with Randwick. Usually the world’s richest Group One mile at $3 million but prize money has been halved for year because of the coronavirus pandemic and reduced wagering income Market 💰: View the Odds for the Doncaster Mile HISTORY * Highlight of first… Read More »

     
  • Mr Quickie over the odds in the Doncaster Mile

    Trainer Phillip Stokes rarely has a Sydney runner but is hopeful stable star Mr Quickie can cause an upset in the signature Group One Doncaster Mile. Stokes, who has stables in South Australia and Victoria, has only had one Sydney Group One runner when Hucklebuck was unplaced in the George… Read More »

     
  • Hulberts finally have luck with barriers

    Trainer Peter Hulbert admits he had to look twice and then a third time when the fields were released for Doomben. Hulbert, who trains in partnership with his son Will, has a strong hand on Saturday with Oh Five Glory (Three-Year-Old Handicap) and Moonlight Lady (Class Six). Both have been… Read More »

     
  • Doomben switch helps Femme Fireball

    The decision to switch the Brisbane meeting from Eagle Farm to Doomben is a bonus for classy mare Femme Fireball as she strives for her first win at 1600 metres. Eagle Farm has been given a three-week break for repairs with its meetings, including Saturday, transferred to Doomben. Metropolitan racing… Read More »

     
  • New Zealand working towards racing return

    New Zealand racing’s governing body is making plans to get the sport back up and running in the second half of the year. Racing in New Zealand was shut down last month in line with government protocols surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. NZ Thoroughbred Racing has been working on a schedule… Read More »

     
  • Bookmakers host Virtual Grand National for charity

    British bookmakers are behind a virtual running of the Grand National with profits to be donated to the National Heath Service. Flat racing in Britain has been suspended until at least the end of April because of the coronavirus pandemic with jumps racing on hold until July 1. The world’s… Read More »

     
  • Bobbing out to make history in Country Championships Final

    More in the mould of family pet than racehorse, Bobbing is in line to achieve a feat that may never be replicated when he tackles the Country Championships Final at Randwick. Twelve months ago, Bobbing won the Provincial version for trainer Bernie Kelly, who was then based at Hawkesbury. Kelly… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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