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  • Deanne Panya stood down after fall

    Apprentice Deanne Payne has been stood down from riding until she passes a second concussion test after a fall at the Warwick Farm barrier trials. Panya, who came off a horse before a trial on Thursday, was assessed on Friday by Racing NSW doctor David Duckworth who determined she should… Read More »

  • Jason Attard adopts new look to training

    A painful fall during trackwork has accidentally presented Jason Attard with a fresh perspective on training as his broken shoulder mends. Hawkesbury-based Attard won’t be back on a horse for at least six weeks, and even when he is able to handle his team at close quarters again, watching from… Read More »

  • Edmonds chases Cup joy

    Trainer Toby Edmonds admits he isn’t sure what to expect from new stable acquisition Tears Of Joy in the Listed Ipswich Cup. Edmonds has made an art form of getting well bred former NSW and Victorian mares and winning races with them in Queensland. The latest example was at the… Read More »

  • NZ stayer Megablast on trial for spring

    New Zealand stayer Megablast is embarking on a two-run Melbourne winter campaign to test his spring carnival prospects. The Nigel Tiley-trained stayer has travelled to Victoria for Saturday’s Silver Thomas Hanley Plate (2040m) at Moonee Valley, with a 2500m race at Flemington seven days later also on the agenda. His… Read More »

  • Destiny’s Kiss keeps plugging away

    Encouraged by the win at Canterbury this week of debutante Miss Que, Joe Pride’s attention has turned to a stable veteran at Rosehill. While Wednesay’s Miss Que looks to have a bright future ahead, Destiny’s Kiss has been there, run that, and shows no sign of slowing down. Age has… Read More »

  • Valley swan song likely for Whistle Baby

    Just how long Whistle Baby races on depends on her performance at Moonee Valley. The six-year-old runs in Saturday’s G J K Facility Services Handicap (1200m) which may turn out to be her last start. But if she happens to win, the career of the Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra-trained… Read More »

  • Petite’s Reward wound up for Valley return

    Petite’s Reward is the smallest horse in Brendan McCarthy’s stable. But she doesn’t act like it. “She’s very tiny but she makes up for it with massive determination,” McCarthy said. “And she’s actually the pushiest horse in the stable. She would walk right over the top of you. She has… Read More »

  • Darren Beadman chases more stakes wins

    Godolphin trainer Darren Beadman can’t split his runners in two key races at Ipswich as he bids to add to his stakes wins in his short training career. Beadman, who took over as Godolphin’s interim trainer in early May when John O’Shea resigned, has already saddled 25 winners up until… Read More »

  • Williams wants Travis Harrison Cup victory

    Craig Williams has tried to downplay his concerns over Magic Consol’s wide draw in the race named after his late cousin at Moonee Valley. A last-start winner at Moonee Valley on June 3, Magic Consol has drawn the widest gate in Saturday’s Travis Harrison Cup. “I’ve got Travis on my… Read More »

  • Tiffani Brooker rewarded for hard work

    Claiming apprentice Tiffani Brooker’s hard work has given her another chance to add to her stakes-winning tally at Ipswich. Brooker will reunite with classy mare Banda Spice for her master Stuart Kendrick in Saturday’s Listed Gai Waterhouse Classic (1350m). She has ridden 60 winners this season of which 44 have… Read More »

  • Another record looms for Jim Byrne

    There could be no better track than Ipswich for jockey Jim Byrne to break another record. Byrne is having a great winter with his Stradbroke day double on Capital Gain (J J Atkins) and the Chocante (Brisbane Cup) added to his win in the Group One Doomben 10,000 (Redzel) last… Read More »

  • Michelle Payne excited ahead of Royal Ascot

    Michelle Payne has fronted the British media ahead of her ride on Kaspersky in the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot. Payne, who became the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup in 2015, is in England to ride for fellow Australian Jane Chapple-Hyam and does not expect her… Read More »

  • Racing mourns the death of founding director of RV

    Geoff Torney, a former Moonee Valley Chairman and founding director of Racing Victoria, has died, aged 82. Torney, a litigation specialist who was recognised as a Member in the General Division of the Order of Australia in 2005, was a much-loved figure in Ballarat where he was born and raised…. Read More »

  • Weir brings up his 400th win for season

    Darren Weir has become the first trainer to prepare 400 winners in a season in Australia, bringing up the history-making milestone on his home track at Ballarat. Seven-year-old Ancient King scored as the odds-on favourite in a hurdle race on Thursday, the gelding’s third-consecutive win over jumps. Last season Weir… Read More »


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