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  • Regan Bayliss a fully fledged jockey

    In-form Regan Bayliss is set to begin a new phase of his career as a senior jockey after successfully applying to finish his apprenticeship early. Bayliss has already outridden his claim, a feat he achieved last month at Flemington, and also completed his four years of formal training in Racing… Read More »

     
  • Hard Call on target for Valley assignment

    Caulfield trainer John Salanitri is confident Hard Call has held the form that gave him a last-start city win and will be right in the mix in the VOBIS Gold Star at Moonee Valley. But Salanitri admits Hard Call’s chances will be even better if the predicted rain arrives in… Read More »

     
  • Nic’s Vendetta out for Highway revenge

    After a torrid run with barrier draws, Nic’s Vendetta’s trainer Todd Howlett must have thought the forces of racing had a score to settle of their own. But the horse’s luck has turned around in time for Saturday’s Highway Handicap (1200m), with the Country Championship hopeful set to jump from… Read More »

     
  • Mossin’ Around back after escaping fire

    Mossin’ Around returns to the races at Moonee Valley just two weeks after escaping unharmed from a harrowing experience when her horse float caught fire. The Grahame Begg-trained mare, who runs in Saturday’s Jacob Schweppe Handicap, was unplaced first-up at Caulfield last Saturday week. But things got worse when she… Read More »

     
  • Muddy Rope coul face biggest test

    Trainer Chris Anderson is torn between testing unbeaten gelding Muddy Rope against top company at Eagle Farm or tackling an easier provincial race. Anderson accepted with Muddy Rope, who has won his only two starts at the Sunshine Coast, for Saturday’s QTIS Three Year Old (1200m) at Eagle Farm. He… Read More »

     
  • Song And Laughter ready to win at Randwick

    The contrast between Richard Litt and Godolphin could hardly be starker but Song And Laughter’s connections to the global racing giant could be key to giving Sydney’s youngest trainer his maiden victory. The 27-year-old had been managing the stable while his father Jim returned to the family’s native New Zealand… Read More »

     
  • Luke Dittman reunites with Wicked Intent

    Jockey Luke Dittman’s good recent form has earned him a reunion with smart sprinter Wicked Intent at Eagle Farm. Wicked Intent will be attempting to turn around his recent ordinary form in stakes races when he takes on an easier 1000m-open handicap on Saturday. Dittman rode a double at the… Read More »

     
  • Rain would be nice for Carrington Stakes roughie

    With storms set to break a spell of hot and dry weather in Sydney, Wouldnt It Be Nice’s hopes of ending a drought stretching more than 18 months could be on the rise. Storms are predicted to bring up to 15mm of rain on Friday to help the gelding mark… Read More »

     
  • Laming happy with Wellington Cup hope

    Telegraph Handicap contender Odyssey Moon will not be the only Australian-trained horse chasing feature race success at Trentham in New Zealand this weekend. The Robert Smerdon-trained Odyssey Moon has drawn wide but is at single figure odds for Saturday’s Group One Telegraph (1200m), while in the Group Three Wellington Cup… Read More »

     
  • Paradis Imperial heads to Brisbane

    Two-year-old fillies can be notoriously finicky eaters but central Queensland trainer Tony McMahon has the opposite problem with unbeaten Paradis Imperial. The youngster will be attempting to make it five wins from five starts when she contests the QTIS Two-Year-Old (1200m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Paradis Imperial started $17… Read More »

     
  • Ljung to see doctor before rides again

    Apprentice Emma Ljung will need a medical clearance before she takes her mounts at Eagle Farm with stewards concerned about her health. Ljung, who has a full book of eight rides on Saturday, was treated for heat stroke at Ipswich races last Saturday. She was cleared to ride at Doomben… Read More »

     
  • Apprentice to ride Heartbreak City

    Claiming apprentice Donagh Meyler has been given the opportunity aboard Melbourne Cup runner-up Heartbreak City for his return over hurdles at Leopardstown. Heartbreak City will make his first appearance since his narrow defeat in Melbourne when he runs as favourite in the Coral.ie Hurdle on Sunday. “Donagh is as good… Read More »

     
  • UAE trainer outed for 2 years for cobalt

    A trainer in the United Arab Emirates has been disqualified for two years for a cobalt offence. Majed Al Jahouri pleaded guilty to a charge of presenting and racing a horse at Al Ain in Abu Dhabi on November 18 which was subsequently found to have a cobalt level in… Read More »

     
  • Wide draw for Odyssey Moon in Telegraph Handicap

    Australian sprinter Odyssey Moon will have to overcome a wide barrier to win the Group One Telegraph Handicap in New Zealand. Odyssey Moon came up with barrier 19 in the field of 18 plus three emergencies for Saturday’s Group One sprint over 1200m at Trentham. The Robert Smerdon-trained entire, to… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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