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  • Destiny’s Kiss for City Tatts Cup back-up

    Trainer Joe Pride can see no reason why veteran Destiny’s Kiss will not back up in the City Tattersall’s Club Cup at Randwick but he is hoping the predicted rain comes this week. The veteran stayer ran fourth in Saturday’s $500,000 St Leger won by Melbourne Cup aspirant Big Duke…. Read More »

     
  • Lindsay Park has three in Caulfield Cup

    He’s Our Rokkii will join imported stayers Harlem and Ventura Storm as Lindsay Park’s representatives in the Caulfield Cup. The forecast of rain on Thursday has enticed the stable to chase Saturday’s $1.8 million first prize and senior trainer David Hayes said the owners of He’s Our Rokkii were keen… Read More »

     
  • No Cups penalties for impressive winners

    Lord Fandango and Big Duke cannot be penalised for the Caulfield Cup following their latest victories. The two were successful on Saturday with Lord Fandango winning the Herbert Power Stakes at Caulfield while Big Duke won the St Leger at Randwick. Racing Victoria handicapper Greg Carpenter is unable to raise… Read More »

     
  • Apprentice gets Caulfield Cup ride

    Apprentice Ben Allen will be on a strict diet to ride Lord Fandango in the Caulfield Cup. The Archie Alexander-trained former English stayer has 50kg in Saturday’s $3 million handicap and earned a ballot exemption into the 2400m-race by winning the Herbert Power Stakes with Allen aboard. Under the conditions… Read More »

     
  • Star 3YO to miss the rest of Spring

    A couple of weeks ago, trainer Gerald Ryan had two leading chances in the Coolmore Stud Stakes but is now just hoping for one. Menari, the nominal favourite, will miss the rest of the spring after having a tie back operation which involves adjusting the cartilage in a horse’s throat… Read More »

     
  • Corey Brown free to ride in Manikato Stakes

    Corey Brown is free to ride In Her Time in the Group One Manikato Stakes after having the dates of a careless riding suspension altered. The Ben Smith-trained mare is the second favourite behind Vega Magic for the 1200m-sprint at Moonee Valley on Friday week. Brown won the Everest Consolation… Read More »

     
  • Groom dies in races accident

    A groom has died after apparently being kicked by a horse in the stabling during a race meeting at Kempton racecourse in England. Trainer Amanda Perrett confirmed Ken Dooley, who was in his 50s, worked for her stable and she paid tribute to him as a dedicated horseman. Dooley was… Read More »

     
  • Redzel headed to Melbourne

    The Everest winner Redzel is likely to have his next start in the Darley Classic at Flemington when he returns to Group One racing. Trained by Peter and Paul Snowden for Triple Crown Syndications, Redzel earned his large group of owners and slot holder James Harron $5.8 million for his… Read More »

     
  • Charlie Appleby claims another Australian stakes win

    English trainer Charlie Appleby’s success on Australian shores has continued with Folkswood winning the Cranbourne Cup with Kerrin McEvoy aboard. Appleby was the international star of last year’s Melbourne spring carnival winning five races from 10 starters. He collected wins in the Geelong Cup, Bendigo Cup and Sandown Cup along… Read More »

     
  • Darren Bell fund appeal reaches $70,000

    A fund raiser to help Brisbane trainer Darren Bell who has been forced out of the sport after his stable was shut down because of a strangles case, has reached $70,000. Last month Bell announced he was shutting his stables due to rising debts and the impact on his mental… Read More »

     
  • Bonneval fit and well ahead of Caulfield Cup

    Veteran New Zealand trainer Murray Baker is bemused by reports Bonneval has suffered an injury, saying the triple Group One winner is fit and well and on target for the Caulfield Cup. The mare finished sixth as favourite in Saturday’s Caulfield Stakes and the stewards report said she had a… Read More »

     
  • Weir to have strong hand in Caulfield Cup

    The Caulfield Cup is a new challenge for champion Victorian trainer Darren Weir with Japanese horse Admire Deus. Weir will have a strong hand in Saturday’s $3 million handicap at Caulfield with Admire Deus to have his first Australian start while the trainer also has dual Group One winner Humidor…. Read More »

     
  • Foxplay ready for Melbourne assault

    Super mare Winx not only leaves her rivals in her wake, she also leaves them feeling flat. Trainer Chris Waller has seen first hand what the champion mare can do to her rivals. He says it can take horses weeks to get over races when pitted against Winx who has… Read More »

     
  • Matt McGillivray rides four winners

    Leading Queensland rider Matt McGillivray will not appeal his latest suspension but still has other hearings pending. McGillivray, who leads the state premiership, rode a career-best four winners at Doomben on Saturday before beginning a 12-meeting ban from last week’s Ipswich meeting. He has been riding on stays of proceedings… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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