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  • Ljung in spotlight with important mounts

    Toowoomba apprentice Emma Ljung is set to burst back onto the city racing scene with two key rides at Doomben on Saturday. Ljung was being tipped to be the next leading apprentice in Brisbane after she rode her first city winner on Tukiyo at Doomben on June 27. However, Ljung, […]

  • Ungrateful Ellen favourite in Ballarat Cup

    The Robert Smerdon-trained Ungrateful Ellen is the early favourite in an open market for the $300,000 Ballarat Cup. Saturday’s Ballarat meeting brings the Victorian spring racing carnival to a close and the 10-race program is highlighted by the Cup over 2200m and the $200,000 Magic Millions Clockwise Classic (1000m) for […]

  • Sam Clipperton suspended at Canterbury

    Sam Clipperton’s week has been soured by a careless riding suspension incurred at the midweek meeting at Canterbury. The jockey was outed for seven meetings for his winning ride on the Joe Pride-trained Ammirata in the final race on Wednesday. Stewards charged him with shifting out at the 200 metres […]

  • Hopes granted interim stay until hearing

    Training partners Lee and Shannon Hope will saddle up runners at Benalla on Thursday after being granted an interim stay of proceedings over their cobalt disqualifications. Shannon was disqualified for five years and Lee three after being found guilty of administering cobalt to affect the performance of Best Suggestion, Choose […]

  • Win-win for Beadman in protest decision

    A day after celebrating his 50th birthday, Godolphin’s Darren Beadman showed he had lost none of his quick wit during a good-humoured stewards’ room exchange with Edward Cummings. Cummings, representing his father Anthony, fired in a protest on behalf of stable runner Hieroglyphics who was beaten a nose by Godolphin […]

  • Gollan aims high with improving Bentles

    Talented gelding Bentles took the first step towards a possible start in the $1 million Magic Millions Trophy with his win at Ipswich on Wednesday. Sent out favourite, Bentles ($1.80) drew on his class to make it four wins from nine starts when he won the Sirromet Winery Handicap. It […]

  • Wyong MM on radar for Canterbury winner

    If Canterbury winner Triple Snitz keeps improving at his current rate, he could earn a spot on Gai Waterhouse’s team for the Magic Millions race day at Wyong. The three-year-old started at $7 and beat favourite Badajoz ($2.30) by a neck with Gigolo ($4.40) another half length away in the […]

  • Damian Lane with Group One chances in WA

    West Australian Damian Lane returns to Perth racing for the first time this season with Group One success in his sights. Lane is from Bunbury and began his career in the west but the jockey has been based in Melbourne since 2011 and had a stint in Hong Kong earlier […]

  • Bowman, McDonald to take on world in HK

    Hugh Bowman and James McDonald will be among eight overseas riders taking on Hong Kong’s best in next month’s International Jockeys’ Championship. Bowman has earned his place in the world’s richest jockeys’ series after winning a third Sydney premiership in 2014-2015. It will be Bowman’s second appearance in a championship […]

  • Ballarat clockwise debut for 2YO One Blink

    The stock of Beneteau caught the attention of Chris Parry so much so he was determined to train one of his progeny. Beneteau died after serving two seasons at stud with his first crop creating a huge impression. The number of Beneteau yearlings at the sales this year was limited, […]