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  • Ryan Plumb picks up late Goldmarket Quality win

    The Gold Coast’s premier jockey Ryan Plumb scored his biggest win on the track with a pick-up ride on tough gelding Tyzone. The winner of 14 previous races, Tyzone ($8.50) charged down the outside to beat Malvern Estate ($7) and Freddie Fox Trot ($12) in the Listed Goldmarket Stakes (1200m)…. Read More »

     
  • Anthony Cummings a proud father

    James Cummings was destined to become a racehorse trainer. Whether he expected to be heading Sheikh Mohammed’s Australian Godolphin operation and holding a Golden Slipper at the age of 31 is another thing altogether. His father Anthony is a multiple Group One-winning trainer, his grandfather Bart won more Melbourne Cups… Read More »

     
  • Mr Quickie wins again at Mornington

    Mr Quickie has extended his winning sequence to six, overcoming a difficult run to claim the Mornington Guineas. The $1.80 favourite under John Allen raced away to a two-length win on Saturday to continue his march towards the South Australian Derby. A former member of disqualified trainer Darren Weir’s stable,… Read More »

     
  • Golden Slipper – What the jockeys said

    Read what the jockeys had to say about their horses in the 2019 Golden Slipper which was won by Godolphin filly Kiamichi. WHAT THE JOCKEYS SAID AFTER THE GOLDEN SLIPPER: KIAMICHI: Damian Lane (1st) “I knew she had a great chance. But I guess my confidence didn’t really build until… Read More »

     
  • Streets Of Avalon collects Hareeba Stakes

    A day after Group One winner I Am A Star was retired, trainer Shane Nichols has collected a hometown double on Mornington Cup day. Nichols announced I Am A Star’s retirement following the mare’s unplaced effort in the Sunline Stakes at Moonee Valley on Friday night. I Am A Star… Read More »

     
  • Kiamichi wins the Golden Slipper

    Godolphin has claimed a memorable Golden Slipper trifecta with Kiamichi, the longest-priced of six runners in the famous blue colours, beating Microphone and Lyre. The winner and the runner-up are prepared by Sheikh Mohammed’s head Australian trainer James Cummings, with third placed Lyre one of a handful of Godolphin horses… Read More »

     
  • Veteran Straturbo turns back the clock at Eagle Farm

    Veteran Straturbo showed times don’t lie when he scored an impressive win in the Brisbane Racing Carnival Open (1000m) at Eagle Farm. The race was delayed by 30 minutes when apprentice Clayton Gallagher was thrown from Hard Stride on the way to the barrier after the horse bucked. Gallagher was… Read More »

     
  • Nature Strip wins The Galaxy in photo finish

    By the barest of margins, Nature Strip has delivered on his Group One sprinting potential to win The Galaxy at Rosehill over the fast-finishing Pierata. As $4.20 favourite Nature Strip was starting to feel the pinch late in Saturday’s 1100m sprint on a heavy track after leading and kicking clear… Read More »

     
  • Self Sense wins a thrilling Mornington Cup

    A lunch to celebrate the victory of Self Sense in the Mornington Cup will determine the future path of the gelding. Success in Saturday’s Mornington Cup (2400m) has earned Self Sense a ballot exemption into October’s Caulfield Cup. David Brideoake said he would have to sit down with his fellow… Read More »

     
  • Winx’s 32-race win streak

    WINX’S 32 CONSECUTIVE WINS * Group One George Ryder Stakes at Rosehill – March 23, 2019 * Group One Chipping Norton Stakes at Randwick – March 2, 2019 * Group Two Apollo Stakes at Randwick – February 16, 2019 * Group One Cox Plate at Moonee Valley – October 27,… Read More »

     
  • Another twist in the Ben Currie saga

    The continuing saga of inquiries arising from a raid at trainer Ben Currie’s Toowoomba stables has taken another turn with a further delay. Currie faces 28 charges from the raid in early April last year and 14 of those charges were heard last week. The other 14 charges were to… Read More »

     
  • Mishani Hustler does the talking for Ben Currie

    Troubled trainer Ben Currie is banned from attending Eagle Farm, but his top colt Mishani Hustler did the talking for him in the $200,000 TAB Jewel Handicap (1200m). Mishani Hustler, who was $2.40 in original markets, defied a big betting drift to start $4.80 before beating Spirit’s Choice ($2.90) by… Read More »

     
  • Avilius takes out the G1 Ranvet Stakes

    Quality import Avilius has bounced back from his Australian Cup defeat to land his first Group One win in the Ranvet Stakes at Rosehill. After two impressive victories to start this campaign in Melbourne, Avilius was a short-priced favourite in the Group One Australian Cup at Flemington two weeks ago… Read More »

     
  • Barend Vorster guides Vinco to Mornington success

    Former Singapore-based South African rider Barend Vorster has continued his remarkable start to his Australian career, guiding Vinco to victory at Mornington. Vorster came to Australia to ride for Tony McEvoy as his Adelaide-based stable rider and, after arriving earlier in the month, has notched six winners from 14 rides…. Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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