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  • Harbour Views could miss a spot in Ballarat Cup Field

    Warrnambool trainer Matthew Williams has an anxious wait to find out if Harbour Views gets into the $500,000 Ballarat Cup. Williams has mapped out a contingency plan if the talented gelding does not make the field for the Listed 2000m Ballarat Cup which has attracted 32 nominations but has a… Read More »

     
  • No action taken over Sandown altercation

    Trainer Peter Gelagotis will not face any sanctions over his conduct towards Racing Victoria veterinary staff at the Sandown meeting. RV stewards opened an inquiry on Saturday after a report from vet Jamie Wearn about the way Gelagotis spoke to him before veterinary staff attempted to take a blood sample… Read More »

     
  • Luvaluva to line-up in The Gong Field

    Having ruled Luvaluva out of a Group One feature in Perth, trainer John Sargent will concentrate on a million dollar race closer to home with the mare to head to The Gong at Kembla Grange. Sargent and Luvaluva’s owners considered the Kingston Town Classic at Ascot on December 7 but… Read More »

     
  • Ef Troop set to step-out for new stable

    Former Queensland sprinter Ef Troop will make his debut for his new stable in a Magic Millions race at Ballarat. Having done his previous racing with Brisbane trainer Tony Gollan, Ef Troop is now in the care of Tony and Calvin McEvoy who have bases in South Australia and Victoria…. Read More »

     
  • NZ stayer Where Are You heads to the Jericho Cup

    After coming within a long neck of a Group One win with Jennifer Eccles, New Zealand trainer Shaune Ritchie will turn his attention to the longest flat race in Australasia. Jennifer Eccles finished second to the Tony Pike-trained Loire in Saturday’s Thousand Guineas (1600m) at Riccarton. Ritchie is now switching… Read More »

     
  • Gailo Chop to target G1 Kingston Town Classic

    Nine-year-old Gailo Chop will be among the eastern states contingent targeting feature races in Perth, with the multiple Group One winner to contest the Kingston Town Classic. The Matthew Williams-trained Gailo Chop was due to fly from Melbourne to Perth on a chartered flight on Monday evening along with several… Read More »

     
  • Gold Fields set to head to Dubai

    Sandown Stakes winner Gold Fields is being set for a campaign in Dubai. Gold Fields gave Stephen Baster a winning farewell win in Saturday’s Group Three Sandown Stakes with the jockey now retired and beginning a new career as a real estate agent. The victory was trainer Logan McGill’s first… Read More »

     
  • Lindsay Park set to have two in Ballarat Cup Field

    Lindsay Park will have a two-pronged attack on the new look Ballarat Cup which this year carries record prize money of $500,000. Fifty Stars and Alfarris will represent David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig in the Listed race over 2000m on Saturday. This year the race has been shortened… Read More »

     
  • Maximum Security’s disqualification lawsuit dismissed

    A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by the owners of Maximum Security seeking to challenge the decision to disqualify their horse as the winner of the Kentucky Derby. Owners Gary and Mary West wanted the U S District Court in the Eastern District of Kentucky to reverse the stewards’… Read More »

     
  • Baylee Nothdurft can reach the top

    Premier Brisbane trainer Tony Gollan believes his apprentice Baylee Nothdurft can go to the top in the sport if he keeps his weight in check. Nothdurft is a tall jockey but has been watching his weight and can ride at 54kg. Gollan and Nothdurft combined to win with Advance Warning… Read More »

     
  • Loire brings up Redoute’s Choice’s 36th G1 winner

    New Zealand’s newest Group One winner, Loire, has become the 36th at the elite level for her super sire Redoute’s Choice. Bred by Brent and Cherry Taylor’s Trelawyney Stud from their mare Syrah, Loire won Saturday’s Thousand Guineas at Riccarton for trainer Tony Pike and jockey Michael NcNab. Arrowfield Stud’s… Read More »

     
  • Alligator Blood to target $2m Magic Millions Guineas

    Caloundra trainer David Vandyke has continued his great start to the season and is hoping to capitalise in feature races during the Queensland summer carnival. Caulfield Guineas runner-up Alligator Blood is back in Vandyke’s stable ahead of a short summer campaign. Alligator Blood suffered his first defeat in five starts… Read More »

     
  • Hey Doc on target for G1 Winterbottom Stakes

    Hey Doc has bounced through his Kevin Heffernan Stakes placing and is on target to head west for the Group One Winterbottom Stakes. Co-trainer Tony McEvoy was thrilled with the dual Group One winner’s third in Saturday’s Group Three Kevin Heffernan (1300m) at Sandown, Hey Doc’s first start since September… Read More »

     
  • Michael Cahill nearing a return to riding

    Jockey Michael Cahill hopes to be back riding on George Moore Stakes day later this month after injuring his foot in a barrier accident. Cahill has been undergoing intensive treatment in recent weeks for a fractured right foot. He has not ridden since October 25 but injured the foot 10… Read More »

     
  • Faugheen survives scare in chasing debut

    Champion hurdler Faugheen has overcome a couple of jumping mistakes to win his steepelchase debut at Punchestown. The winner of the 2015 Champion Hurdle was making his first start over fences at the age of 11 in the Beginners Chase after an indifferent season over hurdles season. Punters kept faith… Read More »

     
  • The Candy Man makes return to winning form

    Trainer Barry Baldwin admitted he made a few mistakes in The Candy Man’s Sydney campaign after the gelding returned to form with a barnstorming win in the $105,000 Mooloolaba Cup at the Sunshine Coast. The Candy Man ($6) charged home to beat Reckless Choice ($3.20) by 2-3/4 lengths with a… Read More »

     
  • Pacodali on target for G1 Kingston Town Classic

    A trip to Perth for a Group One race is on the cards for the Lindsey Smith-trained Pacodali after his strong win in the Eclipse Stakes at Sandown. Ridden by Dean Yendall, Pacodali ($6.50) tracked leader Setting Sail in Saturday’s 1800m Group Three race before striding past the Charlie Appleby-trained… Read More »

     
  • Tycoon Ace makes amends at Sunshine Coast

    Toowoomba galloper Tycoon Ace has made up for his last start at the Sunshine Coast when he scored a fighting win in the $105,000 Swiss Ace Plate. Tycoon Ace has been a consistent horse but at his last start before a spell he started a short-priced favourite and finished last… Read More »

     
  • Jamaican Rain holds off rivals in Summoned Stakes

    Trainer Richard Laming has bounced back from having Jamaican Rain scratched from a race on Melbourne Cup day with a consolation win at Sandown. Jamaican Rain was scratched with a knee injury at Flemington which Laming said was deflating for himself and connections. Ridden by Linda Meech, Jamaican Rain ($12)… Read More »

     
  • Southern France takes out the Zipping Classic

    A late decision to run Southern France in the Zipping Classic has been rewarded, with the import racing away with the Group Two weight-for-age race at Sandown. Southern France finished 19th in the Melbourne Cup in his first Australian start and first for trainers Ciaron Maher and David Eustace, and… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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