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  • Detective finds a way to break his maiden

    Detective has had to work a little harder than planned to win his maiden but has come away from Wyong victorious. Co-trainer Peter Snowden said he and his son Paul had hoped to give the colt a confidence booster at Sunday’s provincial meeting. Although only five went to the gates,… Read More »

     
  • Brisbane’s Rose hopes on track

    Queensland’s Golden Rose hopefuls Oink and O’Reilly Cyrus have turned in eye-catching final hit-outs at Doomben. Oink looks certain to run in the Group One Golden Rose (1400m) on September 10 but O’Reilly Cyrus remains on the cusp of getting a start. While most of their rivals for the Golden… Read More »

     
  • Mick Kent light on spring numbers

    Trainer Mick Kent is light on numbers for the upcoming Melbourne carnival but has three quality contenders. Kent will be relying on the undefeated Abbey Marie, smart sprinter Supido and talented stayer Charlevoix to underpin his spring hopes. The three are back in work at Cranbourne having spelled after a… Read More »

     
  • Kinglike ready to rule in Concorde Stakes

    Kinglike ready to rule in Concorde Stakes

    Gerald Ryan spends most of his life looking at horses and what the trainer sees of Kinglike has him excited ahead of the four-year-old’s race return. While he isn’t one to weigh his horses, Ryan’s eyes tell him Kinglike had put on around 50 kilograms since he ran fourth behind… Read More »

     
  • Miss Rose De Lago to contest Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes

    Miss Rose De Lago to contest Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes

    The decision to miss the Memsie Stakes with Miss Rose De Lago could reward her connections with another Group Two win. The Danny O’Brien-trained mare won the Group Two P B Lawrence Stakes over 1400m at Caulfield on August 13 and chases another in Saturday’s Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Buffering nearing defining work-out

    Buffering nearing defining work-out

    The immediate racing future of star Brisbane sprinter Buffering will be decided in an upcoming public hit-out. Buffering was injured when unplaced in the Group One Chairman’s Prize in Hong Kong in May, raising talk of retirement. The nine-year-old gelding, who recently won his fifth straight Queensland Horse of the… Read More »

     
  • Hong Kong champion out for three months with injury

    Hong Kong champion out for three months with injury

    Hong Kong champion Werther has been sidelined for three months with a suspensory injury suffered in a track incident. The former New Zealander, runner-up in two Derbys in Australia, has shone in Hong Kong, winning the Derby and QE II Cup last season. Trainer John Moore told the South China… Read More »

     
  • Big Orange unlikely for Irish St Leger

    Big Orange is likely to miss the Irish St Leger with connections wary of his Melbourne Cup handicap. The Michael Bell-trained five-year-old finished fifth in the 2015 Cup carrying 55.5kg. He has shone at his past two starts, winning the Princess of Wales’s Stakes for the second successive season at… Read More »

     
  • Black Heart Bart lands G1 Memsie Stakes

    Black Heart Bart lands G1 Memsie Stakes

    Darren Weir has declared Black Heart Bart the benchmark horse in his stable after the six-year-old made emphatic spring statement in winning the Memsie Stakes. “He’s the best horse I’ve got,” Weir said. “Lucky Hussler’s a good horse but this horse is bombproof, sound but while not much to look… Read More »

     
  • Rawiller, Hall in careless riding charges

    Brad Rawiller has pleaded guilty to a careless riding charge after winning the Memsie Stakes on Black Heart Bart. But stewards have set aside a decision on penalty until after the jockey has an appeal against another careless riding charge heard on Monday. Nick Hall has been suspended for 10… Read More »

     
  • Great Esteem wins Listed Heatherlie Stakes

    Great Esteem wins Listed Heatherlie Stakes

    A well-judged front-running ride from Katelyn Mallyon has helped Great Esteem to victory in the Heatherlie Stakes at Caulfield. Great Esteem, having his fourth start since being transferred to Caulfield trainer Stuart Webb, made it back-to-back wins on his new home track after leading all the way in a 1600m… Read More »

     
  • Quinella for Kris Lees in Premier’s Cup

    Quinella for Kris Lees in Premier’s Cup

    Kris Lees’ hopes of winning an elusive hometown cup have been strengthened after he trained the quinella in the Premier’s Cup. Sense Of Occasion ($8) stormed home to defeat his more-fancied stablemate Singing, who was $6 into $4.60 in the Listed race at Rosehill. Lees is NSW’s most successful trainer… Read More »

     
  • Defcon impressive in Caulfield victory

    Defcon impressive in Caulfield victory

    The Snowden Racing team has struck in another early-season sprint for three-year-olds in Melbourne, with Defcon winning the McNeil Stakes at Caulfield. Defcon’s 1-1/4 length win first-up in Saturday’s Group Three race came two weeks after the Sydney father-and-son training team brought Russian Revolution south to win the Vain Stakes…. Read More »

     
  • Astern to the fore in G2 Run To The Rose

    Astern to the fore in G2 Run To The Rose

    As a jockey James McDonald can’t bet on horses, but he can back his own judgment. He proved spot-on with his choice to ride Astern over Impending in the Run To The Rose at Rosehill. One of four Godolphin runners the Group Two race, Astern ($6) toughed it out in… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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