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  • Favourites draw wide in Golden Slipper

    The two Golden Slipper favourites Houtzen and She Will Reign have drawn wide in barriers 16 and 13 respectively. Blue Diamond Stakes winner Catchy, the most favoured of the four Lindsay Park-trained runners in Saturday’s $3.5-million race for two-year-olds at Rosehill has barrier eight. A field of 16 plus three… Read More »

     
  • Full Field plus 3 emergencies for Golden Slipper

    A full field of 16 plus three emergencies has been declared for the $3.5-million Golden Slipper at Rosehill. The Lindsay Park training team will have four runners including Blue Diamond Stakes winner Catchy to be ridden by Craig Williams. Houtzen remains the $3.80 favourite with Sportsbet.com.au ahead of the barrier… Read More »

     
  • Group One winner Awesome Rock retired

    Group One winner Awesome Rock has been retired, with connections now looking for a suitable home at stud. The Leon and Troy Corstens-trained Awesome Rock won the Group One Emirates Stakes at Flemington last spring but failed to fire in his most recent starts this preparation, including when ninth in… Read More »

     
  • Garrard after black-type win at Flemington

    While Houtzen and Catchy will line up as two of the favourites in the $3.5 million Golden Slipper, a filly who bumped into those fillies at her first two starts will be chasing her first stakes win in Melbourne. The Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young-trained Garrard runs in Saturday’s Group… Read More »

     
  • Regan Bayliss wins another feature

    Just two days after claiming his first Group One win in the Newmarket Handicap, young jockey Regan Bayliss has added the Group Two Adelaide Cup to his resume. Bayliss won Saturday’s famous 1200m-straight track sprint at Flemington on the Lindsay Park-trained Redkirk Warrior and rode Annus Mirabilis for Caulfield trainer… Read More »

     
  • Sydney Cup hurdle first-up no concern

    Godolphin’s Sydney Cup raiders Polarisation and Penglai Pavilion are making promising strides towards their star turn at The Championships. The transition from racing in Europe to an Australian autumn is going to plan in Sydney as the duo work through quarantine requirements at Canterbury Park. Although it would be considered… Read More »

     
  • Fillies impress in Moonee Valley wins

    Impressive wins to Cassadee and Montoya’s Secret at Moonee Valley have put them in contention for Group One races for fillies in the coming weeks. The Australian Oaks (2400m) at Randwick on April 8 is the aim for the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained Cassadee via the Group One Vinery… Read More »

     
  • Another juvenile winner for Lindsay Park

    The Lindsay Park juggernaut in juvenile races has continued with another winner at Moonee Valley as the stable prepares to have a big hand in the country’s richest race for two-year-olds. Trainers David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig are set to have four runners in Saturday’s $3.5 million Golden… Read More »

     
  • Perth to stage Good Friday race meeting

    Western Australia will break with tradition and hold a race meeting on Good Friday. Racing and Wagering Western Australia confirmed on Monday the meeting would be held at Perth’s Ascot track on April 14, leaving Christmas Day as the only race-free day in Australia. “AFL, rugby league and soccer matches… Read More »

     
  • Weather to decide Flamboyer’s next race

    The area which has the most rain is likely to decide whether noted wet tracker Flamboyer runs in a feature race at Newcastle or the Gold Coast this week. Flamboyer returned to his best form when he led all the way on a soft track to win an Eagle Farm… Read More »

     
  • James McDonald awaits appeal outcome

    Former Godolphin jockey James McDonald faces an anxious wait to learn if his attempt to downgrade an 18-month disqualification for a betting offence has been successful. McDonald sat impassively through a two-hour hearing in front of the Racing NSW Appeals panel on Monday, speaking only to confirm his age, while… Read More »

     
  • Ten horses entered to take on Winx

    Champion sprinter Chautauqua is among 10 horses entered against Winx as she attempts to extend her winning streak to 16 in the George Ryder Stakes at Rosehill. Darren Weir has nominated the Futurity Stakes quinella of Black Heart Bart and Tosen Stardom while Le Romain, who nosed out Chautauqua in… Read More »

     
  • Eleonora ruled out of Australian Oaks

    New Zealand filly Eleonora, the equal second favourite for the Australian Oaks, has been ruled out of the Classic with a muscle tear. Co-trainer Andrew Forsman told nzracing.co the filly was lame after working on Saturday. “She was lame after she galloped on Saturday and she’s got a slight muscle… Read More »

     
  • James McDonald seeks ban reduction

    Jockey James McDonald is attempting to have an 18-month disqualification for a betting offence reduced on appeal. McDonald is fronting the Racing NSW Appeals Panel on Monday over the ban imposed by stewards in December. The 25-year-old, who succeeded Kerrin McEvoy as Godolphin’s leading jockey in March 2015, was outed… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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