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  • Whispering Brook not always so quiet

    An unfortunate stable accident that put a staff member in hospital had Perth trainer Simon Miller hoping he might have a potential star. Miller trains Whispering Brook, a winner of five of her six starts, who is having her second Melbourne start in the Thousand Guineas Prelude at Caulfield on… Read More »

     
  • He Or She gets another chance in WFA G1

    He Or She has been no match for Underwood Stakes favourite Black Heart Bart twice this campaign but gets another chance to upset his former stablemate at Caulfield. He Or She was seventh to Black Heart Bart first-up in the Group One Memsie Stakes at Caulfield before finishing third behind… Read More »

     
  • Edmonds and Lloyd show to roll on

    Jeff Lloyd might find it hard to repeat his five-win haul of a week ago but trainer Toby Edmonds is convinced he has a couple of Eagle Farm runners to help the cause. Edmonds and Lloyd have formed a successful partnership over the past two years since the jockey came… Read More »

     
  • Waller colts aiming to mirror Vanbrugh

    Trainer Chris Waller has two colts attempting to mirror Vanbrugh’s jump from midweek winner to Group Three victor in the Gloaming Stakes. Waller is looking for back-to-back wins in the race after Vanbrugh won last year’s Gloaming on his way to winning the Group One Spring Champion Stakes. High Mist… Read More »

     
  • Yu Long Sheng Hui on notice in Prelude

    Three-year-old Yu Long Sheng Hui has been put on notice ahead of the Group Three Caulfield Guineas Prelude. The Mick Price-trained colt won at Wodonga and Caulfield as a late-season two-year-old but turned in a below-par performance when he beat one runner home in a Listed 1400m race at Flemington… Read More »

     
  • Smerdon waits on Under The Louvre call

    Smerdon waits on Under The Louvre call

    Under The Louvre’s trainer Robert Smerdon will wait until race morning before making the final call whether the horse runs in the Rupert Clarke Stakes. On Thursday, Smerdon made it known he intended to bypass the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes and look at an alternative in Sydney after the top-weight… Read More »

     
  • G2 Golden Pendant outsiders kept safe

    While First Seal is the clear Golden Pendant favourite even the roughest hope is unlikely to start at big odds. Bookmakers are reluctant to rule any horse out of Saturday’s Group Two race at Rosehill, with Ammirata and Zanbagh the longest priced at $21. While Ammirata’s trainer Joe Pride admits… Read More »

     
  • Chris Parnham chasing first Group One win

    In the moments after Voodoo Lad’s recent last-to-first Moonee Valley win, a stunned Chris Parnham was glowing in his praise of the in-form gelding. The 19-year-old suggested Voodoo Lad was up to Group One standard after his fast-finishing Listed win and on Saturday the horse gets the chance to prove… Read More »

     
  • Yankee Rose wins barrier trial

    Yankee Rose wins barrier trial

    Yankee Rose has shown she is back on track for her next Group One assignment with a barrier trial win at Warwick Farm. The David Vandyke-trained filly ran in Friday’s 1200m-heat without the blinkers she wore when sixth in the Golden Rose last Saturday week. She was pushed out to… Read More »

     
  • Michelle Payne nominated for ‘The Don’ Award

    Michelle Payne nominated for ‘The Don’ Award

    Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne is in esteemed company as one of eight nominations for the 2016 ‘The Don’ Award. Named in honour of the late Sir Donald Bradman, Sport Australia Hall of Fame’s annual ‘The Don’ Award recognises the athlete or team who, through their performance and example over… Read More »

     
  • Veteran trainers outed on cruelty charges

    Two veteran NSW country trainers have been banned on animal cruelty charges. Jim Delaney and Cliff Bashford appeared before Racing NSW stewards on Thursday over the treatment given to an unraced two-year-old filly which had a tendon injury. The filly was euthanased on June 17 after being treated with a… Read More »

     
  • Hayes team to train Caviar’s first foal

    Black Caviar’s first foal will join the Lindsay Park team headed by Hall of Fame trainer David Hayes. The two-year-old filly named Oscietra, a type of caviar, will join the training partnership of Hayes, his son Ben and nephew Tom Dabernig which has a base at Euroa in country Victoria…. Read More »

     
  • Larry Cassidy wins Lismore Cup

    Larry Cassidy has outsmarted his rivals in the Lismore Cup with a daring ride on the Joanne Hardy-trained Collaboration to win by 10 lengths. The multiple Group One-winning jockey recently returned from a long injury lay-off and said he rode the gelding as per instructions. “Joanne told me not to… Read More »

     
  • No hiding place at Eagle Farm for Pearl

    No hiding place at Eagle Farm for Pearl

    Hidden Pearl’s trainer Barry Lockwood can find no reason for Hidden Pearl’s Sydney failure and punters are backing his judgment ahead of the mare’s return at Eagle Farm. Hidden Pearl is the $2.20 favourite for the Saturday’s 1200m-Open Handicap, three weeks after she finished midfield, six lengths from the winner… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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