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  • Waterhouse, Bott with top Ballarat chances

    The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott stable has already two juvenile winners in Victoria this season and Not A Royal Doubt could add her name to the list in the Magic Millions 2YO Clockwise Classic at Ballarat. Not A Royal Doubt makes her debut in Saturday’s $200,000 race over 1000m,… Read More »

  • Matt Cumani trio get tough barriers at Ballarat

    As most form students will attest, a favourable barrier draw is an important ingredient to success in racing. Ballarat trainer Matt Cumani was hoping to advertise his stable with good performances at his hometown Cup meeting on Saturday. He’ll saddle three runners, One More Try in the Ballarat Cup, Faith… Read More »

  • New duo to boost Tony Gollan’s carnival prospects

    Trainer Tony Gollan has started another Brisbane summer carnival in great fashion and the addition of two high-quality horses to his team gives him a chance to continue his domination. Multiple stakes winner Gold Symphony and four-time French winner Coldstone will join stalwart mare Sheiswhatsheis as Gollan representatives in the… Read More »

  • Veteran US jockey Gary Stevens retires

    Champion American jockey Gary Stevens has announced his immediate retirement because of a spinal injury. The 55-year-old suffered what he thought was a minor injury on Saturday but scans showed a more serious problem. “I had an MRI on Monday and the C-4 is up against the spinal cord,” Stevens… Read More »

  • Who Shot Thebarman may race on

    While veteran stayer Who Shot Thebarman is nearing the end of his career but it may not be over just yet. Trainer Chris Waller said before last Saturday’s Zipping Classic at Sandown, the race would help decide the 10-year-old’s future. Who Shot Thebarman finished seventh of the eight runners but… Read More »

  • The Bool’s Jericho Cup attracts 36 entries

    Australia’s longest flat race to be run through the paddocks of Warrnambool has attracted 36 nominations. The $300,000 Jericho Cup over 4600m will be run on December 2 for highweight riders and raced over the Grand Annual Steeplechase course as well as the course proper. The Jericho Cup is open… Read More »

  • Gerald Ryan looking forward to Cardiff’s debut

    If Cardiff can take his barrier trial form to Rosehill, trainer Gerald Ryan believes he can emerge as a genuine contender for two-year-old features this season. The colt, who has won both his trials in impressive fashion over the past few weeks, makes his race debut in Saturday’s $150,000 Golden… Read More »

  • Winning Partner to press Magic Million Guineas claims

    The Magic Millions Guineas is a target for Winning Partner who will be out to enhance his claims for the $2 million Gold Coast race when he runs in the VOBIS Gold Eureka Stockade at Ballarat. Winning Partner is one of the horses Tony McEvoy is sending to compete at… Read More »

  • Happy Clapper in line for All Star Mile

    Trainer Pat Webster is rethinking Happy Clapper’s autumn program to include the new $5 million All Star Mile at Flemington. Apart from Winx, there is no more popular horse in Sydney than Happy Clapper and with 10 of the 14 runners in the All Star Mile to be decided by… Read More »

  • ATA hopes for imminent Regumate resolution

    The Australian Trainers Association hopes its members will have a definitive answer on the use of Regumate after an upcoming Racing Australia board meeting. The Regumate issue again came into focus on Sunday after Mick Price hit out following the scratching on Pedrena at Sandown when she acted up at… Read More »

  • Sunlight to be set for G1 Lightning Stakes

    Trainer Tony McEvoy has resisted any temptation to target another win at the rich Magic Millions race day at the Gold Coast with Sunlight and will wait for Group One sprints in Melbourne with the star filly. Sunlight won the $2 million Magic Millions 2YO Classic (1200m) at the Gold… Read More »

  • Owner appeals six-month disqualification

    Queensland racehorse owner and registered stablehand William Xanthopoulos will appeal a six-month disqualification for a breach of race day treatment rules. She’s A Youeffoh was scratched from a race at the Gold Coast last month after stewards alleged Xanthopoulos intended to administer a substance called Gastrazone to the mare. Trainer… Read More »

  • All Star Mile could fail to attract big names

    A more traditional Sydney autumn campaign comprising Group One races could win out over a tilt at the new $5 million All Star Mile in Melbourne for prized three-year-old colt The Autumn Sun. The Autumn Sun has won three Group One races from his six starts including breathtaking wins in… Read More »

  • Sandown trip ideal for Earth Angel

    With summer approaching Lindsay Park has decided it’s the time to strike with the impeccably bred mare Earth Angel. The stable has set the mare for the Hobart Cup as a stepping stone to richer autumn targets. A daughter of Dubai World Cup winner Animal Kingdom from four-time Group One… Read More »

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