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  • Norman Waymouth dies after cancer battle

    Former prominent Victorian jockey Norman Waymouth has died after a battle with cancer. He was 65. Waymouth died on Wednesday night following a lifetime in racing. He was born into a racing family with his father Charlie a renowned trainer and his mother Dawn an owner of a number of… Read More »

     
  • Randwick race a guide to Queensland Derby and Oaks

    A benchmark race for three-year-olds at Randwick is set to have a significant impact on the Classic races in Queensland with almost the entire Mizuno Handicap field nominated for either the Queensland Derby or Queensland Oaks. Of the 14 runners, the Bjorn Baker-trained Baaed is the only one who doesn’t… Read More »

     
  • No rest yet for unbeaten Not Enough Effort

    A fear of injury in the spelling paddock has resulted in Sharyn Trolove extending the campaign of Not Enough Effort to Flemington. Trolove had intended giving Not Enough Effort a well-earned break following his latest Sandown victory which extended his unbeaten sequence to three. But the three-year-old bounced out of… Read More »

     
  • Jason Collett poised for big day out at Randwick

    An outstanding book of rides awaits Jason Collett at Randwick but none will be more important than the one on promising sprinter Cradle Mountain. The five-year-old is trained by his partner Clare Cunningham and is the reason he is back in Sydney on Saturday, a week after he came agonisingly… Read More »

     
  • Steel Prince out to book Melbourne Cup start

    Steel Prince will be racing for something more than trying to keep his unbeaten run intact since joining the Anthony Freedman stable at Flemington. A start in November’s Melbourne Cup is up for grabs if successful in The Andrew Ramsden on Saturday. For the first time, the winner of Saturday’s… Read More »

     
  • Fillies set to dominate Fred Best Classic

    Some outstanding fillies have emerged from the Group Three Fred Best Classic and this year’s edition looks set to continue the trend. Stradbroke Handicap winner La Montagna, multiple Group One winner Gold Edition and Gai Waterhouse’s brilliant but unlucky Najoom are just a few of the fillies to salute in… Read More »

     
  • Tony McEvoy aiming to increase Group One haul

    In-form trainer Tony McEvoy has been in Brisbane this week putting the final touches to his winter Group One tilt, starting with Dollar For Dollar. McEvoy won his sixth Group One for the season when Despatch took out the Goodwood in Adelaide last week. A win on Saturday would put… Read More »

     
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  • Thomas Stockdale gets French opportunity

    Having recently returned from a serious leg injury, Thomas Stockdale is the latest Victorian apprentice chosen to ride in a race in France. Stockdale will represent Australia in the Longines Prix Future Racing Stars which will be held on French Oaks day at Chantilly, June 16. Stockdale spent more than… Read More »

     
  • Tony Pike doubles Kingsford Smith Cup chances

    A strong barrier trial win from established stakes performer Endless Drama has given New Zealand trainer Tony Pike an even stronger hand than expected in the Kingsford Smith Cup (1200m). Endless Drama will be chasing his first Group One win after 10 attempts in four countries. Pike stayed in Brisbane… Read More »

     
  • Savigne improves Queensland Oaks chances

    Staying filly Savigne has boosted her chances of sneaking into the Queensland Oaks field after beating older horses at Canterbury. Needing a win to improve her precarious place in the ballot order for an Oaks start, Savigne overcame difficulties to claim the Canterbury League Club Handicap. The three-year-old settled in… Read More »

     
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  • Johnny Whitesox gets jump on Gold Coast rivals

    Trainer Chris Munce used an old tactic to coax a belated birthday present for himself out of one of his favourite horses Johnny Whitesox at the Gold Coast. Munce, a 43-time Group One winning jockey before taking up training four years ago, turned 50 last Saturday. He failed to get… Read More »

     
  • Albumin set to bounce back over pet trip

    Sprinter Albumin is guilty of giving jockeys the impression he will appreciate a longer distance but trainer Gerald Ryan knows better. At least, he does now. “The jockeys who have been riding him always reckon he needs to go over further so we tried it and it didn’t work –… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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