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  • Bruce Hill hoping for Jag’s luck

    Trainer Bruce Hill is hoping some of the luck his apprentice Jag Guthmann-Chester is having will rub off on stakes-winner Man of His Word at the Gold Coast. Man Of His Word is set to resume in the Listed Goldmarket (1200m) ahead of a possible autumn and winter campaign. Guthmann-Chester… Read More »

  • Gear changes for Chris Munce-trained pair

    Trainer Chris Munce has made key gear changes for his two runners in the $250,000 Two-Year-Old Jewel at the Gold Coast. Munce has been in great form with seven winners in the past three weeks mainly on the back of his rising young stars. He has Boomsara and Elaborate in… Read More »

  • Rising Red to make comeback at Flemington

    As a three-year-old Rising Red was a typical New Zealand stayer, tall and skinny. But after a little over a year on the sidelines the transformation from what his co-trainer calls a boy into a racehorse has been remarkable. Rising Red hasn’t raced since finishing second to Gingernuts in the… Read More »

  • Michael Nolan to fire at Gold Coast

    Trainer Michael Nolan is based on the Darling Downs in Toowoomba but can continue his run of success at the Gold Coast with chances in three feature races. Nolan recently sailed past 1000 career wins with the majority on his home track and in Brisbane. But he has made a… Read More »

  • Willie Mullins sets Cheltenham record

    Irish trainer Willie Mullins has expressed deep pride after setting a record for the most winners in Cheltenham Festival history. Mullins passed Nicky Henderson’s mark of 60 winners when Laurina claimed the Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle on Thursday to add to the earlier success of Penhill in the Stayers’ Hurdle. Mullins… Read More »

  • Chautauqua runs out of time for G1

    Chautauqua has run out of time to make his return in the William Reid Stakes with the champion sprinter missing a jump-out at Flemington. After refusing thee times to leave the barriers in trials in Sydney, Chautauqua has been ordered to trial twice before he races again. One of those… Read More »

  • Double delight for trainer-jockey Steven Pateman

    Champion jumps jockey Steven Pateman has made a return to the winners’ enclosure with a double at Warrnambool. Pateman spent the latter part of the 2017 jumps season on the sidelines with a broken leg and only returned to race riding on February 7. At his fifth ride back he… Read More »

  • Stephanie Thornton chasing for first stakes win

    Apprentice Stephanie Thornton heads to the Blamey Stakes meeting at Flemington with the opportunity to chase a first stakes race win. Thornton’s book of five rides at Saturday’s meeting includes last-start winners Metronome in the TBV Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes (1200m) and Coldstone in the Listed March Stakes (1400m). Both horses… Read More »

  • Peter Snowden positive about Spin

    Peter Snowden hopes blinkers will curb Spin’s wandering eye, a drawback that prevented the colt from already qualifying for the Golden Slipper. Spin has emerged as Peter and Paul Snowden’s best hope for the $3.5 million Golden Slipper, and had he been more focused first-up in the Group Two Skyline… Read More »

  • Lindsay Park has sights on Sydney carnival

    With the Sydney autumn in full swing, Lindsay Park has added to its northern base as it seeks more feature race wins. Coming off a successful seven days that brought victories in the Australian Cup and Newmarket Handicap at Flemington and the Adelaide Cup at Morphettville, Lindsay Park now wants… Read More »

  • Setsuna aims to seal Golden Slipper spot

    Despite boom filly Sunlight’s reputation, co-trainer Adrian Bott is unfazed ahead of Setsuna’s first clash with the Golden Slipper favourite. Setsuna will attempt to nail down a start in the Golden Slipper through Saturday’s Group Two Magic Night Stakes (1200m), the setting for Sunlight’s final audition. Ideally, Setsuna would have… Read More »

  • Veteran jockey weighs up retirement

    Jeff Lloyd hopes to end his career on a high with another Brisbane premiership after the veteran rider admitted he’s close to retirement. The reigning Brisbane jockeys’ title holder, who feared his riding career was over when he suffered a stroke in 2013, said he wanted to spend more time… Read More »

  • Board reduces jockeys improper riding ban

    An appeal by jockey Dale Smith has won him a three-meeting reprieve from an improper riding charge. Smith was banned by Racing Victoria stewards for 25 meetings after riding Second Marriage at Pakenham last Thursday. Stewards said Smith directed Second Marriage out from the behind the heels of Totally Kaptivated,… Read More »

  • Top Of The Range after back-to-back wins

    While dual acceptors Radipole and Tribal Wisdom are set to run in Sydney instead of Melbourne, trainer Mike Moroney still has some genuine chances at the Blamey Stakes meeting at Flemington. Moroney has early favourite Top Of The Range in Saturday’s The Curragh Racecourse Handicap (1600m) at Flemington after a… Read More »

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