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  • Sandown doubles up with Valley meeting

    Sandown will host two Saturday metropolitan meetings in consecutive weeks with the Moonee Valley return delayed. The Australian Hurdle and Steeplechase meeting is at Sandown on Saturday with the transferred Moonee Valley meeting on June 4. Jamie McGuinness, Racing Victoria’s general manager of infrastructure, said the transfer would allow Moonee… Read More »

     
  • Minimum bet limit coming for RV’s policy

    A minimum bet limit to be introduced in time for the Melbourne spring carnival will bring Victoria’s race fields policy into line with NSW. Racing Victoria hopes to have the minimum bet limit in place with its approved wagering service providers by October 1. In NSW, corporate bookmakers must accept… Read More »

     
  • Qld Derby berths on the line in two states

    The Group Two Grand Prix Stakes at Doomben is the traditional lead-up to the Queensland Derby but a benchmark race at Randwick could hold another key. Several runners in Saturday’s 2000m race in Sydney will test their claims for the final Classic of the Australian racing season. The Chris Waller-trained… Read More »

     
  • Stakes milestone in sight for Dothraki

    Sydney sprinter Dothraki is on the cusp of joining a select group of racehorses to win more than $1 million in stakes without claiming a Group One race. Dothraki has won $977,060 prize money and needs only to run in the first four in the Group One Doomben 10,000 to… Read More »

     
  • Bold Sniper chasing first Australian win

    David Hayes is hopeful an easy country barrier trial win is the spark Bold Sniper needs to break his Australian maiden status. Owned by The Queen, Bold Sniper, a three-time winner in the UK, hasn’t been placed in seven Australian starts but his best chance of success will come in… Read More »

     
  • Mott aiming for first feature jumps win

    Annual visits to Ireland ignited jockey Jamie Mott’s ambition to add jumps racing to his repertoire. But more recently it was a call from Melbourne trainer Robert Smerdon that refuelled his commitment to make a success of it. “My wife’s family train jumps horses in Ireland, so we go ever… Read More »

     
  • McKell Cup where it began for Chris Waller

    Chris Waller is an Australian racing success story but he hasn’t forgotten where he came from. As a young New Zealand trainer with ambitions to train in Sydney, Waller tested the waters in 1998 with Party Belle, a mare he thought might be able to win a provincial race and… Read More »

     
  • Fresh thinking to help Hooked: Thompson

    John Thompson insists the brevity of Hooked’s Queensland winter carnival campaign ensures there will be no doubt the sprinter-miler is at his best for the Doomben 10,000. Hooked is one of the outsiders in the Group One sprint, but Thompson insists the five-year-old’s claims can’t be ignored just because he… Read More »

     
  • Spying On You in for another long journey

    Jumps racing participants are a hardy breed. And South Australian jumper Spying On You and his trainer Grant Young are perfect examples. Spying On You will be contesting his seventh jumps race this year when he runs in the Australian Steeplechase (3400m) at Sandown on Saturday. The six-year-old and his… Read More »

     
  • Mr Individual to press Qld Guineas claims

    An off-season Sandown race will be a Queensland Guineas audition for talented colt Mr Individual. Mr Individual ran below expectations in his return in Adelaide but will be out to bounce back in Saturday’s Le Pine Funerals Handicap (1400m). The three-year-old was aimed towards the Caulfield Guineas in the spring… Read More »

     
  • Candika set to shine from improved barrier

    The barrier draw has favoured Candika for the first time this preparation and trainer Steve O’Dea is expecting it to pay dividends in the BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes. Candika has drawn barrier four in the Group Two race Doomben at Doomben on Saturday – gate O’Dea believes will be ideal… Read More »

     
  • Qld trainers disqualified for cobalt swabs

    Queensland trainers Lyn Paton and Rochelle Smith are expected to appeal 12-month disqualifications after their horses returned elevated cobalt levels. Coominya trainer Paton was disqualified for 12 months after Pink Chaperone and Doing Our Best recorded cobalt irregularities following wins at Toowoomba and Kilcoy respectively in October. Paton pleaded not… Read More »

     
  • Runner scratched from 2016 Doomben 10,000 Field

    The Doomben 10,000 field has been reduced to nine with the scratching of Divine Centuri, the only three-year-old in the field. Divine Centuri was a $41 chance with Sportsbet.com.au before coming out of the field View the current Doomben 10,000 odds The Stuart Kendrick-trained filly was found to be lame… Read More »

     
  • Max Dynamite third on return

    Melbourne Cup runner-up Max Dynamite has been beaten into third place as odds-on favourite in his return at Sandown. Pallasator, ridden by Oisin Murphy for Sir Mark Prescott, emerged a worthy winner of a tactical battle in the Group Three Henry II Stakes (3200m). Max Dynamite, trained by Willie Mullins,… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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