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  • Cracksman primed for Coronation Cup

    Having made a winning return to action in the Prix Ganay at ParisLongchamp, Cracksman will now bid to complete a hat-trick of Group One wins and give John Gosden his first victory in the Coronation Cup at Epsom. Gosden believes Cracksman is a vastly different horse from the one who… Read More »

     
  • Danish Twist seeks sales boost with win

    Danish Twist has a timely opportunity to enhance her value at Doomben where she seeks a drought-breaking win days out from a broodmare sale. The six-year-old mare has not won since June 2016 when she claimed the Listed June Stakes at Randwick, part of a four-race winning streak featuring the… Read More »

     
  • English set for another Everest audition

    Adrian Bott is looking forward to English making strides towards running in a second Everest when the Doomben 10,000 winner attempts to win a third Group One win in the Kingsford-Smith Cup. The mare’s first victory since the Group Two Challenge Stakes at Randwick in March last year was perfectly… Read More »

     
  • Upset tummy won’t stop Aloisia

    A track gallop in Brisbane has convinced trainer Ciaron Maher Aloisia is fit to take her place in the Queensland Oaks Field. Saturday’s Group One 2200m-race at Doomben will be the fourth Oaks the filly has contested this season. The winner of the Thousand Guineas in October, Aloisia finished sixth… Read More »

     
  • Chris Caserta to front RV stewards hearing

    Chris Caserta has to front Racing Victoria stewards after a urine sample provided by the apprentice jockey has tested positive to a banned substance. The Caulfield-based apprentice provided the sample at the Cranbourne barrier trials on May 7. RV stewards on Tuesday received confirmation from Racing Analytical Services that the… Read More »

     
  • Gold Medals after dual Australian Steeples

    A fresh and fit Gold Medals will attempt a third feature jumps win for the season when he runs in the Australian Steeplechase at Sandown. The jumps season is still in its infancy for 2018 and Gold Medals, who is chasing back-to-back Australian Steeplechase wins, has already claimed Warrnambool’s Brierly… Read More »

     
  • Brad Widdup weighs up next step for Lovani

    Brad Widdup has been on weather watch for Lovani, and so far the outlook has been less than promising. The trainer is keen to run the mare on Saturday in a bid to secure a coveted black-type victory, but the lack of rain in Sydney and Brisbane is problematic. “Ideally… Read More »

     
  • Jack Hill remains hospitalised following fall

    Jockey Jack Hill remains in a Melbourne hospital awaiting surgery following a fall at Wodonga. Hill was transferred to the Alfred Hospital on Saturday after his fall from Zou York in a 1400m race. Apprentice Mikaela Lawrence also fell in the incident on the home turn and stayed overnight in… Read More »

     
  • Wee Gilly transferred to Archie Alexander

    Promising New Zealand stayer Wee Gilly will continue her career in Victoria after being bought by OTI Racing. The three-year-old’s former trainer Bill Thurlow will retain an interest in the filly who has had four starts for a 2200m-maiden win and third in the Listed Warstep Stakes (2000m). “She’s gone… Read More »

     
  • Marabel to broaden horizons at Canterbury

    It has been a gradual process but trainer Wendy Roche believes tricky mare Marabel is ready to show her sprinting days are behind her. Roche has considered options for the four-year-old since her unplaced run in the Group Three Dark Jewel Classic (1400m) at Scone and settled on Wednesday’s Ranvet… Read More »

     
  • Mitch Aitken has a win at RAD Board

    Apprentice Mitch Aitken has had his appeal against a careless riding suspension upheld by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board. Aitken was suspended on a low level careless riding charge, receiving an eight meeting ban, after riding Last Wish who was unplaced in the Casterton Cup on Sunday. Racing Victoria… Read More »

     
  • Aloisia fine for Oaks after stomach upset

    A track gallop in Brisbane has convinced trainer Ciaron Maher Aloisia is fit to take her place in the Queensland Oaks. Saturday’s Group One 2200m-race at Doomben will be the fourth Oaks the filly has contested this season. The winner of the Thousand Guineas in October, Aloisia finished sixth in… Read More »

     
  • The Tin Man up and running at Windsor

    The Tin Man has made a pleasing return to action with victory in the Leisure Stakes at Windsor ahead of his defence of the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot. The James Fanshawe-trained sprinter travelled wide, but he was still too good for six rivals in the Listed sprint over… Read More »

     
  • Willie Mullins’ vet charged over inside info

    A vet attached to the Willie Mullins stable has been charged with passing on information regarding the condition of Faugheen after an investigation into betting activities on the 2016 Champion Hurdle. Tim Brennan will front a British Horseracing Authority in July over whether he committed a corrupt or fraudulent practice… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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