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  • Alizee heads entries for G2 Expressway

    Star mare Alizee will have scant opposition in her defence of the Expressway Stakes with seven entries taken for the Group Two sprint over 1200 metres. Alizee beat four class runners last year, with Le Romain second and 2018 winner Trapeze Artist fourth. This time around, three-year-old colt Standout is… Read More »

  • Cosmic Gossip adds interest to the QTIS Jewel

    The impressive win of Cosmic Gossip at the Sunshine Coast has further boosted the $500,000 QTIS 2YO The Jewel as the battle to find Queensland’s best juvenile heats up. The Jewel, which is restricted to QTIS eligible horses, will be run on March 14 at the Gold Coast and is… Read More »

  • Mikiko Nakao joins dual licence ranks

    Mikiko Nakao is set to have her first runner as a jockey and trainer this week at Doomben. Nakao was recently granted a dual licence and has several horses in work at the Deagon training complex. She has entered Secret Agent Man for a Class One event at Doomben on… Read More »

  • Neville Bell awarded Medal of the Order of Australia

    Brisbane Racing Club Chairman Neville Bell has received a Medal of the Order of Australia in the Australia Day honours list. Bell was honoured for his contribution to racing and the community of Caboolture, north of Brisbane. He was an original member of the BRC board when the Queensland Turf… Read More »

  • Pierro colt tops day one Karaka sales

    A Pierro colt has topped the first session of New Zealand’s premier yearling sale at Karaka, fetching $900,000. The colt was knocked down to bloodstock agent Garry Carvell who was particularly pleased to get the yearling out of Redoute’s Choice mare Our Squeezer, a half sister to Imposingly, the dam… Read More »

  • Peter Moody confirms plans to train again

    Peter Moody has confirmed his plans to return to the Victorian training ranks with a boutique stable at Pakenham. Moody said he had not yet got a licence and he would have preferred to keep his plans to himself but recent speculation had forced his hand. The trainer of many… Read More »

  • Catalyst to have gear change for Australia

    Trainer Clayton Chipperfield has had a change of heart and boom New Zealand three-year-old Catalyst will not wear blinkers in Australia. After the gelding’s sluggish start in Saturday’s Group Three Mr Tiz Trophy victory at Ellerslie, the trainer’s immediate thoughts were to re-apply the blinkers. But after studying the replay,… Read More »

  • G1 winner Winning Ways to become broodmare

    Queensland Oaks winner Winning Ways has left Australia for England where she is to be served by leading stallion Kingman. Winning Ways was named Queensland Horse of the Year for last season which included her win in the Group One Queensland Oaks (2400m) in May. Aquis Farm has confirmed the… Read More »

  • Azuro could make a NZ trip for Auckland Cup

    A trip to New Zealand for the Group One Auckland Cup is the plan for imported stayer Azuro who will first try to add the Australia Day Cup at Warwick Farm to his record. Trained by Ciaron Maher and David Eustace for OTI Racing, Azuro won three times over 3200m… Read More »

  • Caulfield Guineas winner to return in Manfred Stakes

    The All-Star Mile is not a priority for Super Seth who is being aimed at becoming a dual Guineas winner. The colt will kick off his campaign in the Group Three Manfred Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield on Saturday on his way to the Australian Guineas. Super Seth stormed home to… Read More »

  • Lindsay Park filly to have Blue Diamond Stakes test

    Stakes-placed Queen Of Rocks will begin her campaign at Sandown over 1200m with her performance to determine whether she is a Blue Diamond prospect. Queen Of Rocks was third on debut in the Listed Debutant Stakes (1000m) at Caulfield in October and she resumes in a no-metropolitan win race for… Read More »

  • Two jockeys suspended at Sunshine Coast

    Jockeys Brad Stewart and Boris Thornton were the stars at the Sunshine Coast but they have both been sidelined for winning rides. Stewart made the most of some late engagements on Saturday at the expense of Ryan Maloney, who was ill, with a treble. He won on Sunny St Cloud,… Read More »

  • Trainer launches appeals after suspension

    A country Queensland trainer and his wife suspended for giving false evidence at an inquiry about the welfare of one of their horses have appealed. Burnett region-based trainer Kym Afford and his wife Sonia Afford, a licensed stablehand, were suspended for three months for telling stewards Interflora Express had been… Read More »

  • Coronavirus wont halt Hong Kong races

    One of Hong Kong’s biggest race meetings will go ahead with extreme restrictions on attendance because of coronavirus. Monday’s Chinese New Year meeting at Sha Tin normally attracts more than 100,000 patrons but will be limited to those with previous bookings, around 8000, as well as staff and participants. The… Read More »

  • G1 winning mare sold to Europe

    Queensland Oaks winner Winning Ways has run her last race in Australia. Winning Ways was named Queensland Horse of the Year for last season which included her win in the Group One Queensland Oaks (2400m) in May. Trainer Garry Newham confirmed Winning Ways had been sold and sent to Europe…. Read More »

  • Star filly Probabeel in rich Karaka Million double

    Star New Zealand filly Probabeel has confirmed a return to Australia and capped a stellar day for Te Akau Racing by beating Australian contender Conqueror in the Karaka 3YO Classic. Just over an hour after Te Akau celebrated their fourth consecutive victory in the Karaka Million 2YO (1200m) with Cool… Read More »

  • Luck goes Steve O’Dea’s way in Sunshine Coast Cup

    Trainer Steve O’Dea finally had some big-race luck and was rewarded with his second win in the Listed Sunshine Coast Cup. O’Dea has had a good season with winners for Scallopini’s owners, the Jamie Walter Proven Thoroughbreds syndicate, but luck has deserted them in the summer carnival. All that changed… Read More »

  • Pandemic overwhelms rivals in first-up win

    James Cummings is holding his cards close to his chest but there is no doubting his excitement about what Pandemic might be able to achieve this campaign. The three-year-old resumed with a classy win against older horses in Saturday’s Mark Alti Bookmakers Handicap (1100m) at Randwick after putting the writing… Read More »

  • Morvada wins Listed John Dillon Stakes

    Adelaide visitor Morvada has ended the summer winning sequence of Yulong January in the Listed John Dillon Stakes at Caulfield in a performance which has come as no surprise to his veteran trainer. The Peter Jolly-trained Morvada lined up for a rematch with Yulong January in Saturday’s 1400m Listed race… Read More »

  • Cool Aza Beel wins Karaka Million 2YO for Te Akau

    Te Akau Racing’s stranglehold on the Karaka Million two-year-old race has extended to its fourth consecutive year with Cool Aza Beel taking out the million-dollar feature at Ellerslie. New Zealand’s racing powerhouse began its run with Melody Belle in 2017 and followed with Avantage and Probabeel. “It’s awesome,” trainer Jamie… Read More »

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