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  • Prize money boost for NZ racing

    The New Zealand Racing Board will inject $24 million into prize money across the three codes over the next two years with thoroughbred racing to get $6.5 million. The thoroughbred code has already raised minimum stakes to $10,000 in anticipation of extra funds. “This will see distributions to the industry… Read More »

  • Prussian Vixen after the Caulfield money

    The bigger purse on offer in the VOBIS Gold Sprint has lured trainer Michael Mehegan away from a stakes race at Caulfield. Mehegan had the option to run Prussian Vixen in the Listed Bel Esprit Stakes on Saturday but with the extra $130,000 prize money, he settled on the VOBIS… Read More »

  • Rawiller aims to be back in saddle in June

    Three-time Sydney premiership winner Nash Rawiller hopes to be back in the saddle in June after dislocating his shoulder and fracturing his back in a fall in Hong Kong. Rawiller, who left Australia in 2014, is being released from hospital on Thursday after falling when his mount broke down during… Read More »

  • Single Gaze arrives In Brisbane for winter

    Group One-winning mare Single Gaze has travelled well to Brisbane as she prepares for what could be a career-defining winter. Single Gaze is the TAB’s early favourite for the Listed Tails Stakes (1600m) at Doomben on Saturday. She won the 2016 Group One Vinery Stud Stakes and was a leading… Read More »

  • Stewards conclude Jeff Lloyd inquiry

    Queensland stewards have concluded a long-running inquiry into a ride by premier jockey Jeff Lloyd at the Sunshine Coast. The stewards accepted Lloyd’s explanation and also found there were no betting irregularities on the race on March 12. Lloyd, who is leading the Australian, Queensland and Brisbane premierships, rode She… Read More »

  • Trainer charged over strangles in stables

    Trainer Matt Cumani is facing charges for failing to notify stewards of a strangles infection at his Ballarat stables for almost a month. Racing Victoria stewards on Wednesday issued Cumani with two charges, one of conduct prejudicial to the image, interests, or welfare of racing and the other for failing… Read More »

  • Invincible Express wins again

    Promising mare Invincible Express has overcome problems before and during a race at Ipswich to stay on course for the winter carnival. Invincible Express ($2.50) made it five wins in a row when she won an 1100m- Class Six race on Wednesday. She was taken out of the barriers before… Read More »

  • Begg chasing first city win since return

    The winners are starting to flow in Victoria for trainer Grahame Begg and the next step is to snare a city success. Begg has had five winners from his past seven runners with his small team based out of the Pinecliff facility on the Mornington Peninsula, and has had a… Read More »

  • Provincial champion takes on city slickers

    Maryore was a support act at Randwick the day Winx stole the show in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes, and now Canberra trainer Philip Courtney is taking the star of his stable on the road again. The Provincial Championships final winner on April 8, Maryore makes her Queensland debut on Saturday… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup winning jockey planning a comeback

    Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Tony Allen says he’s planning a comeback in New Zealand next month. Allen, 50, wants to snag his 1000th win at Trentham on May 27, pending trial rides the week before and the finalisation of his jockey’s licence. Allan won the Melbourne Cup on giant New Zealand… Read More »

  • Caulfield track key for O’Malley return

    The track condition will determine whether talented sprinter O’Malley has his first-up run in a stakes race at Caulfield. O’Malley is set to line up in the Listed Bel Esprit Stakes (1100m) on Saturday, his first run since finishing out of the placings at Sandown last November. Enver Jusufovic is… Read More »

  • Chance To Dance on song for replay

    Jamie Richards saw a lot to like about Chance To Dance in his first run under a new training regime. He just hopes that inconsequential exertion in the abandoned Sydney Cup won’t count against the gelding when the Group One $2 million staying feature is re-run at Randwick on Saturday…. Read More »

  • Ben Currie after more success

    Young trainer Ben Currie had the best day of his career at Toowoomba a fortnight ago and hopes to translate that into further stakes success at Doomben. At 26, Currie is one of the youngest trainers in Queensland but he has already prepared more than 300 winners. The Toowoomba-based Currie… Read More »

  • Eagle Farm, Doomben get trials

    Racing Queensland has reinstated official trials at Eagle Farm and Doomben in an effort to boost betting turnover and national media coverage. The two major metropolitan tracks have not hosted official trials in more than three years. Instead there have been jump-outs where horse names were not declared and trackwork… Read More »


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