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  • Tavi Bay arrives in Qld for Oaks mission

    Oaks hopeful Tavi Bay has arrived in Queensland and her trainer believes the filly is still on an upward spiral heading towards her Group One target. Tavi Bay was flown from Melbourne on Thursday night to prepare for Saturday week’s Group One Queensland Oaks after booking her trip with a… Read More »

     
  • Apprentice Josh Oliver keen for more

    Ben Currie will do his best to keep stablemates stayers Honey Toast and Col ‘N’ Lil apart during the Brisbane winter carnival. The Toowoomba trainer decided not to run Honey Toast in the Doomben Cup with tiny mare Col ‘N’ Lil carrying the stable’s banner to win a benchmark race… Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua’s spring could include Japan

    Another overseas trip is in the wind for Chautauqua with Japan and Hong Kong heading the list. The gelding lived up to his ranking as the world’s highest-rated sprinter with his recent Group One win in Hong Kong opening up options. Chautauqua’s part-owner Rupert Legh will meet with senior trainer… Read More »

     
  • Wells up for Sandown steeplechase return

    Classy steeplechaser Wells is ready for a return to the big jumps after an absence of almost two years. Wells hasn’t raced in a steeplechase since winning the Grand National in July 2014 and will make his reappearance at Sandown on Saturday in the Australian Steeplechase. Former champion jumps jockey… Read More »

     
  • Tipperary looking to break new ground

    One of the most popular horses in Joe Pride’s stable is also his own worst enemy. The talented New Tipperary, who puts his Queensland Derby credentials to the test at Rosehill on Saturday, has given himself and his trainer a couple of headaches. “We call him the people’s champ,” Pride… Read More »

     
  • Exaggerator wins the Preakness Stakes

    Exaggerator has beaten Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist in the Preakness Stakes to end any chance of back-to-back Triple Crowns. Seizing the lead at the top of the stretch, Exaggerator splashed past a tiring Nyquist and went on for a 3-1/2-length victory over Cherry Wine on a rain-drenched Pimlico track on… Read More »

     
  • Glen Colless to fight suspension

    Glen Colless will fight to clear his name after being given a suspension which could wreck his winter carnival. Colless was stunned when he was the one charged and found guilty of careless riding in the BTC Cup a week ago. Fellow jockey Michael Cahill fell when Artlee was checked… Read More »

     
  • Exaggerator wins Preakness Stakes

    Exaggerator has turned the tables on Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist to win the Preakness Stakes on a rain-soaked Pimlico track. The runner-up in the Derby, Exaggerator handled the conditions with ease and raced away in the straight. Exaggerator was ridden by Kent Desormeaux for his trainer-brother Keith.

     
  • Awtaad upsets Galileo Gold in Guineas

    Awtaad has upset favourite Galileo Gold in the Irish 2000 Guineas to give veteran trainer Kevin Prendergast his second win in the race, 40 years after his first. The 82-year-old, the longest-serving trainer at The Curragh, described Awtaad as good as any horse to come through his stable. Chris Hayes… Read More »

     
  • Jockey Glen Colless to appeal ban

    Glen Colless will appeal a suspension in a bid to keep the ride on Stradbroke Handicap favourite Malaguerra. Colless has been found guilty of causing interference at the winning post in last week’s BTC Cup, which he won on Malaguerra. Fellow jockey Michael Cahill came off Artlee in the incident…. Read More »

     
  • Regan Bayliss beaten, suspended and fined

    Not only was Regan Bayliss narrowly beaten in a Listed race at Flemington, he also incurred a suspension and whip fine from the race. Bayliss finished second on The Bandit in the Andrew Ramsden Stakes on Saturday but felt the wrath of the stewards. He was banned for 12 meetings… Read More »

     
  • Counterattack earns Stradbroke Handicap tilt

    Chris Waller’s high opinion of Counterattack was vindicated when the colt booked a Stradbroke Handicap start after his win in the Fred Best Classic at Doomben. Waller has stated publicly he believes Counterattack is a Group One winner in the making and gets his chance to test that theory in… Read More »

     
  • Higgins guides Nautical to Listed victory

    Having ridden Nautical in most of her fast trackwork and barrier trials, jockey Brian Higgins finally got his chance to ride the mare in race at Flemington. And he made it count. Higgins steered Nautical to victory in the Listed Straight Six, bringing up a milestone first Saturday city winner… Read More »

     
  • Weir wins another 3200m Flemington race

    Success over the Melbourne Cup course has whetted the appetite of apprentice Harry Coffey. Riding the Darren Weir-trained Glorious Sinndar, Coffey landed the Listed Andrew Ramsden Stakes at Flemington (3200m) on Saturday. Coffey hopes to be back at Flemington in six months time to partner another Weir-trained runner Signoff in… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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