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  • Famous Seamus in festive mood

    It’s been almost four years and 40 starts since Group One-winning sprinter Famous Seamus stepped out over 1500 metres but his trainer believes now is the time to try again. The eight-year-old runs in Saturday’s Group Three Festival Stakes at Rosehill and, if he performs as Noel Mayfield-Smith hopes, he… Read More »

     
  • Bargain buy Nieta reaching for Starlight

    After a late start to her career, four-year-old Nieta has made up for lost time with a sparkling run of form taking her earnings to more than eight times her price tag. But despite her superb form, at one time her ascendancy was far from assured. “She’s one of racing’s… Read More »

     
  • Desert Jeuney to try extra Pakenham ground

    The performance of Desert Jeuney in the Pakenham Cup will convince his trainer Nigel Blackiston whether to keep him to longer races. Blackiston harbours doubts the seven-year-old will run a strong 2500m in Saturday’s Cup, his first shot at a staying trip in more than 2-1/2 years. The trainer said… Read More »

     
  • 3YO El Venetian finds new home after Moody

    Such was the commanding size of retired trainer Peter Moody’s stable, the dispersal of his team has left scores of promising horses scattered around Australia. Three-year-old El Venetian is one who foreshadowed his potential as a juvenile and is set to have his first start for new trainers Gai Waterhouse… Read More »

     
  • Arrowfield buys Hartnell’s sister

    Arrowfield Stud has bought a half-sister to dual Group One winner Hartnell at the Tattersalls December Sale at Newmarket in England. Studmaster Paul Messara outlaid 360,000 guineas (abt $A597,600) for Phyllis Maud on the first day of the broodmare sale on Monday. The winner of last year’s BMW, Hartnell won… Read More »

     
  • Racing NSW to pay jockeys’ parental leave

    Female jockeys in NSW will receive paid parental leave after the state’s racing authority moved to plug a legislative loophole. Under safety regulations, jockeys are not allowed ride after their first trimester making them ineligible for the federal government’s parental leave scheme which requires women to have worked at least… Read More »

     
  • Takedown booked on flight from Melbourne

    Winterbottom Stakes winner Takedown has secured an early flight to Hong Kong to contest the International Sprint. The Gary Moore-trained four-year-old was flown to Melbourne on Monday to catch a plane which will arrive in Hong Kong shortly after midnight on Tuesday. Takedown received a late invitation to the Sprint… Read More »

     
  • Pakenham Cup 2016 attracts 23 nominations

    The first Pakenham Cup meeting to be held as a feature Saturday fixture in Victoria has attracted a large number of nominations including 23 for the main event. Pakenham is the fourth regional venue to be granted a feature Saturday meeting of metropolitan status in Victoria, with Ballarat, Mornington and… Read More »

     
  • Seasoned Sweet Redemption off to Rosehill

    After racing in every state except Western Australia this year, four-year-old Sweet Redemption knows more about interstate travel than some flight attendants. The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained mare has raced across five states on 10 tracks in the past 12 months and is set to make Rosehill the 11th… Read More »

     
  • Closing Bell to run in ATC Cup

    Unlike most of the imported horses Chris Waller trains, Closing Bell has come from a different side of the Atlantic. The former American horse has fitted in well but still has a way to go as he adapts to his Australian surroundings. He is one of four Waller-trained runners likely… Read More »

     
  • WFA to suit Kawi in Kingston Town Classic

    Kawi’s trainer Allan Sharrock believes weight-for-age conditions give him a crucial boost in his quest to take his first Australian Group One trophy back to New Zealand. A field of 16 has been declared for Saturday’s $1 million Kingston Town Classic over 1800m at Ascot, the final Australian Group One… Read More »

     
  • Delays in Queensland appeals

    Delays in resolving appeals in Queensland have again been highlighted by cases involving apprentices Bridget Grylls and Josh Oliver. Their appeals against suspensions could take as long as four months to be resolved. Grylls and Oliver first appeared before stewards on September 10 for their rides in an open handicap… Read More »

     
  • Swacadelic back in distance at Pakenham

    After going close to winning the Sandown Cup with Swacadelic, trainer Aaron Purcell has pressed on with the stayer’s preparation, hoping he can go one better at Pakenham. Swacadelic is among 23 nominations for Saturday’s Listed $200,000 Pakenham Cup (2500m) and the Warrnambool trainer has called on Craig Williams to… Read More »

     
  • Brown outed for 2 months in Singapore

    Expat Australian jockey Corey Brown has been suspended in Singapore for two months for failing to give a urine sample at a race meeting. Brown pleaded guilty on Friday to the charge and stewards took into account his circumstances at the meeting on October 9 when he became aware of… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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