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  • Melbourne Cup contenders step out at Geelong

    Trainer Danny O’Brien has taken advantage of a course proper gallop at Geelong with two of his spring stars. Melbourne Cup winner Vow And Declare and up-and-coming star Russian Camelot were put through their paces at Geelong between races on Friday. Market 💰: View the Odds for the Melbourne Cup… Read More »

  • Gobstopper set to scale Grand National Hurdle

    New Zealand trainer Andrew Campbell will once again derive great pleasure out of watching his former Group Three New Zealand Cup winner Gobstopper chase Australian riches on Sunday. The talented stayer-turned-jumper has been a revelation since switching vocation and is one of a number of Kiwi gallopers in contention for… Read More »

  • Prize money returns to pre-COVID-19 levels in Victoria

    The start of the new racing season coincides with the return of prize money to it’s pre-COVID-19 levels in Victoria. Prize money was slashed in April to safeguard the Victorian racing industry against the looming health and economic crisis. Races conducted in the metropolitan area suffered a 20 per cent… Read More »

  • Luke Dittman the Right choice for trainer Lindsay Gough

    In-form jockey Luke Dittman’s new association with the Chris Waller stable has proved the catalyst for his ride on Right Or Wrong for trainer Lindsay Gough in XXXX Dry Open Handicap (1400m) on Saturday. Dittman has been mostly riding at the Gold Coast but in recent months has been one… Read More »

  • Danny Bougoure to extend success with Azzareach

    Trainer Danny Bougoure finished the racing season with a surge of winners and now he hopes to start the new one in a similar vein. Bougoure made it four winners from his past six runners when Ginger Rock won at Doomben on Wednesday. He now has promising Azzareach stepping up… Read More »

  • Summer test for Mr Bellagio at Eagle Farm

    In-form gelding Mr Bellagio will be facing an important audition for bigger races later this year when he returns to racing at Eagle Farm. Mr Bellagio is yet to win in four starts on the track which has a harder racing surface than most racecourses but he was still the… Read More »

  • Freedman partnership chasing a winning start

    Anthony and Sam Freedman have a chance to get their new training partnership off to a winning start at the first race meeting of the new season in Melbourne at The Valley. Earlier this week it was announced that Sam Freedman would join his father in partnership from the start… Read More »

  • Jarrod Austin’s sprinter ready to make some noise

    The quietest horse in Jarrod Austin’s stable is also proving to be its best money-spinner. Rising seven-year-old Inanup will chase his second city win in succession when he heads to Randwick for the ATC Thank You Stable Staff Handicap (1100m) on Saturday. Austin has a boutique team of 17 in… Read More »

  • Hard Landing makes a return at The Valley

    Lindsay Park had plans to tackle the major two-year-old races with Hard Landing but a severe respiratory complaint put an end to those after one autumn start. Following a heavy dose of antibiotics and a good spell, Hard Landing is ready for his return in the Jockey Celebration Day Handicap… Read More »

  • Watch: Melody Belle wins star studded trial

    New Zealand mare Melody Belle has continued preparations towards her expected return in the Missile Stakes with a win in a star-studded barrier trial at Randwick. Three heats for Group horses were conducted on Randwick’s Kensington track on Friday morning having been pushed back from Tuesday because of the recent… Read More »

  • High-profile horses set to trial at Randwick

    A number of high profile spring carnival hopefuls are set to ramp up their preparations towards feature races in the new season at a rescheduled barrier trial session on Randwick’s Kensington track. Three heats for Group horses which had originally been scheduled for Tuesday were pushed back three days because… Read More »

  • NZ mare steps out at The Valley for Mike Moroney

    New Zealand mare Santa Catarina has joined the Mike Moroney stable and is set to race in Melbourne for the first time at The Valley. But how long the mare continues to race for remains to be seen, with the prospect of her potentially heading to the breeding barn this… Read More »

  • Sky Racing in 10-year deal with Queensland racing

    An agreement for Sky Racing to provide coverage of Queensland’s three racing codes for the next 10 years has been finalised. The deal between Sky and Racing Queensland was due to be confirmed by the end of June but negotiations were extended for a month. The Brisbane Racing Club had… Read More »

  • Race fall takes toll on Hugh Bowman and family

    Hugh Bowman admits the social media reaction to his role in a race day fall has taken a toll on him and his family. The top jockey and regular rider of champion Winx was on Thursday suspended for six weeks for careless riding aboard Smart Image at the final meeting… Read More »

  • Sangria set to kick-start Team Snowdens’ season

    Sydney’s weather will determine the hand Peter and Paul Snowden play when the new racing season gets underway at Randwick with at least two of their team in doubt to run on a heavy track. Randwick was rated in that range on Thursday and if conditions don’t improve, Convinced and… Read More »

  • Hugh Bowman suspended for six weeks over race fall

    Hugh Bowman has been suspended for six weeks for his involvement in a race fall that put jockey Andrew Adkins in hospital. Have Your Say 🗣: Is Hugh Bowman’s suspension fair or light on? Comment below 👇 Adkins fell heavily from his mount Hot ‘N’ Hazy near the 300m in… Read More »

  • Race pace no concern for Apache Chase camp

    Trainer Desleigh Forster won’t be overly worried if her promising young galloper Apache Chase can’t be ridden behind the early pace at Eagle Farm. Apache Chase faces only four rivals in the QTIS 3YO (1500m) on Saturday. Forster believes Apache Chase is potentially the next top horse to emerge from… Read More »

  • Danny O’Brien trained stars set for key gallops

    Melbourne Cup winner Vow And Declare and South Australian Derby winner Russian Camelot will add some star power at a winter meeting at Geelong when they head to the course for a gallop between races. Trainer Danny O’Brien said the pair would work between races on Friday as part of… Read More »

  • Stewards appeal Ben Currie’s penalty reductions

    Queensland stewards have appealed decisions which reduced the sentences for two offences committed by disqualified Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie. In a media release on Thursday, the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission outlined it had appealed the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal decisions that reduced penalty on convictions for Currie QCAT delivered… Read More »

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