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  • Winning jockey suspended for whip breach

    Michael Dee’s winning ride on stayer Khezerabad at Flemington has also landed the jockey a suspension. Dee won Saturday’s Voting Opens Monday for All-Star Mile (2500m) on the Aaron Purcell-trained import but was later outed for six meetings for breaching the whip rules. Dee lost his whip late in the… Read More »

     
  • Another Sydney win for Ciaron Maher and David Eustace

    As Victorian trainers Ciaron Maher and David Eustace prepare for the official opening of a Sydney stable, they have racked up another winner at Rosehill. All Too Royal added Saturday’s front-running win in the Eric “Mo” Conlon Handicap (1200m) to his success at Canterbury on January 4 while two-year-old Star… Read More »

     
  • Jamie Kah rides Belwazi to Flemington stakes win

    Only days after making the switch to Victorian racing, South Australia’s premier jockey Jamie Kah has made an instant impact with an upset feature race win aboard Belwazi in the Kensington Stakes. Trainer Jerome Hunter booked Kah for the ride on Belwazi in Saturday’s Listed 1000m race at Flemington after… Read More »

     
  • Richie Stephenson dreaming of Toowoomba Cup win

    Veteran trainer Richie Stephenson is thinking seriously about one of his long-held goals after Emphasis won the Menkens Finance Handicap at Eagle Farm. Stephenson has trained winners all over Queensland but as a Toowoomba-based trainer he has always held high hopes of winning the local Cup. “I have had seconds,… Read More »

     
  • Bon Amis back to winning ways at Rosehill

    After a glitch at Warwick Farm, Newcastle sprinter Bon Amis has come out on top at Rosehill to take his record this campaign to three wins from four starts. The Jason Deamer-trained gelding left it until the last stride of Saturday’s 1100m-Benchmark 88 race to beat Junglized by a half… Read More »

     
  • Tropezina takes out rich Inglis Dash

    Free-running filly Tropezina has continued her unbeaten preparation in the lucrative Inglis Dash at Flemington and will now be given the chance to chase a valuable stakes win. The Henry Dwyer-trained Tropezina was sent out a $7.50 chance in Saturday’s $250,000 sales-restricted race for three-year-olds after posting back-to-back wins at… Read More »

     
  • Takings continues Ben Curries run at Eagle Farm

    Trainer Ben Currie continued his good run in metropolitan races at Eagle Farm but it was a win at provincial Warwick minutes earlier which gave him most pleasure. Takings ($4.20) made it three wins in a row to take his metropolitan total to 16 winners and equal fifth place on… Read More »

     
  • Sydney G1 autumn aims for in-form Oceanex

    Trainer Mick Price is targeting Oceanex at feature autumn staying races for fillies in Sydney with added confidence after the talented three-year-old take another step up at Flemington. Oceanex drifted from $3.80 to $6 but made it three wins from her past three starts when she finished strongly down the… Read More »

     
  • Michael Murphy efforts rewarded on Snoopy

    Apprentice Michael Murphy’s star season continued to rise when he produced a perfect ride for his former master Chris Munce to win on Snoopy at Eagle Farm. Murphy was originally apprenticed to Munce but has been with another Eagle Farm trainer Lindsay Gough for the past year. However, it hasn’t… Read More »

     
  • Enzo’s Lad in successive Group One Telegraphs

    Enzo’s Lad has caused an upset by the barest margin to defend the Group One Telegraph at Trentham in New Zealand in which Australian mare True Excelsior has finished 10th of the 18 runners. The Michael and Matthew Pitman-trained Enzo’s Lad pipped Ferrando to win by a nose in a… Read More »

     
  • Accession stamps claims on Golden Slipper

    Chris Waller has only had a handful of runners in the Golden Slipper and Accession has staked his claim as perhaps his best contender yet. A colt by the Waller-trained Brazen Beau, Accession was having his third start in Saturday’s appropriately named Countdown To The Golden Slipper (1100m). After being… Read More »

     
  • Adelaide Cup looms on radar for Khezerabad

    Feature distance races both on the Flat and over jumps are on the radar for import Khezerabad, who has scored an upset city win in a staying race at Flemington. The Aaron Purcell-trained seven-year-old sat outside the leader and $2.25 favourite Lycurgus and was outsprinted early in the home straight… Read More »

     
  • Epaumada puts Karaka Million bid on agenda

    Trainer Tony Gollan has some big decisions to make in the next 24 hours after his filly Epaumada earned a place in next week’s Karaka Million in New Zealand. The Karaka Million is run at Ellerslie and is New Zealand’s richest two-year-old race in which Queensland horses have had considerable… Read More »

     
  • Tulloch Cup trophy returns to Eagle Farm

    One of the most famous pieces of Queensland racing history has returned home to Eagle Farm for the first time in 57 years. In 1961 the legendary galloper Tulloch, carrying 62.5kg, won his final race in the Brisbane Cup at Eagle Farm when ridden by George Moore and trained by… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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