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  • Bjorn Baker cautious about Miss Invincible

    Bjorn Baker isn’t entirely comfortable with Miss Invincible’s favouritism for the Inglis Nursery for emerging two-year-olds at Randwick. The filly made an encouraging start to her career when runner-up to Perfect Pitch in an 1100m Plate at Rosehill earlier this month. Based on that performance, she was the TAB’s $3.70… Read More »

     
  • Dreamforce responds well to gelding

    Dreamforce hardly underperformed as a colt, but trainer John Thompson has already noticed a marked improvement since he has been gelded. The five-year-old won three and was placed at four of his first 10 starts but since resuming last month he appears a more complete performer. “He was consistent earlier… Read More »

     
  • Super Ex continues development at Doomben

    Super Ex ramps up his bid to star at the Magic Millions carnival when the promising colt adds Doomben to his racing portfolio. The three-year-old will race for the first time since September when trainer Mark Newnham saddles him up for Saturday’s Gold Edition Plate, the first of two lead-up… Read More »

     
  • Ragged Rascal now a calmer character

    Choisir and Stratum were always going to be incredibly hard acts to follow as two-year-old talents, and the search continues for trainer Paul Perry. The Newcastle trainer struck the jackpot when he bought the chestnut colt that would become Choisir for $55,000 at the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale in 2001…. Read More »

     
  • Tony Gollan aims for third-straight Lough Neagh Stakes

    Most Important’s failure in Melbourne remains a mystery but trainer Tony Gollan is confident the gelding can give him a third straight-win in the Listed Lough Neagh Stakes at Doomben. Gollan has dominated the Brisbane summer carnival in recent years with 11 feature winners including the past two Lough Neagh… Read More »

     
  • Salsonic back on track to target Villiers Stakes

    Jason Coyle believes a return to Randwick will help Salsonic’s bid to cause an upset in the Group Two Villiers Stakes. Randwick stages a Saturday meeting for the first time since October 28 with Warwick Farm trainer Coyle hoping the bigger track will aid Salsonic’s attempt to topple in-form Godolphin… Read More »

     
  • Crystal Dreamer chasing another Caulfield win

    Crystal Dreamer is one of those horses most trainers would love to have in their stable. The Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra-trained sprinter is shooting for his 10th win from 22 starts when he runs in the Catanach’s Jewellers Handicap (1100m) at Caulfield on Saturday. He will be attempting his… Read More »

     
  • Winx, Redzel to promote winter carnival

    The Brisbane Racing Club will rely on the performances of superstars Winx and Redzel when it promotes next year’s winter racing carnival to interstate and international trainers. For the third time in four years the majority of the winter carnival will be run at Doomben because Queensland’s main track at… Read More »

     
  • Monsieur Gustave has weight problem

    In-form Monsieur Gustave’s will need to carry the second highest winning weight in the Lough Neagh Stakes if he is to take his fifth straight stakes race at Doomben. Monsieur Gustave has 59.5 kg in Saturday’s Listed Lough Neagh (1350m) which puts him with some elite gallopers who have won… Read More »

     
  • Busuttin thinks Montaser’s up to city task

    Trent Busuttin is realistic when it comes to setting the team he trains with partner Natalie Young tasks in town. With three city winners for the season, Busuttin says there’s little point taking horses to town if they’re not ready. “We haven’t had a lot of runners in town to… Read More »

     
  • Heavy Etah James chasing winning hat-trick

    Trainer Matt Cumani has high hopes for promising stayer Etah James despite wondering whether she’s fit enough to complete a winning hat-trick at Caulfield. Etah James is the $4.20 favourite for Saturday’s Blue Star Print Group Handicap (2420m) following victories at Geelong and Ballarat. Cumani is considering an autumn preparation… Read More »

     
  • Goodfella to follow winning ways

    Aptly named Goodfella has recovered well from his first test in elite company and is ready to give trainer Bjorn Baker back-to-back wins in the Listed Gold Edition Plate at Doomben. The Warwick Farm trainer has had great success in Queensland with his best wins the 2014 Magic Millions Classic… Read More »

     
  • Snoopy to avenge close defeat

    As a jockey and a trainer there has been no-one more competitive than Chris Munce. So it comes as no surprise he wasn’t happy when stable newcomer Snoopy was beaten in a stakes race last start. The much-travelled Snoopy was having his first start for Munce in the Group Three… Read More »

     
  • UK Jockey cops three-month ban for betting

    Britain’s most successful female jockey Hayley Turner has been banned for three months for operating a betting account while licensed. Turner officially retired from the saddle at the end of the 2015 turf season and after initially establishing a media career with At The Races and ITV Racing, Turner recently… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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