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  • Field of 14 for Group One Memsie Stakes

    Field of 14 for Group One Memsie Stakes

    A field of 14 has been declared for the Group One Memsie Stakes with trainer Darren Weir to saddle up four runners including favourite Black Heart Bart who has drawn barrier five. Melbourne Cup winner Prince Of Penzance begins his spring campaign in the season’s first Group One race at… Read More »

     
  • Black Heart Bart easing Memsie Stakes favourite

    Black Heart Bart easing Memsie Stakes favourite

    Group One winner Black Heart Bart is a drifting favourite ahead of the declaration of the final field for the Memsie Stakes at Caulfield. The Darren Weir-trained six-year-old has eased from $2.70 to $2.80 for Saturday’s Group One race with money coming for stablemate Palentino who has firmed from $8… Read More »

     
  • Injury concerns for G1 winner

    Injury concerns for G1 winner

    Former Golden Rose favourite Yankee Rose has eased to $11 for the $1 million race amid concerns about her fitness. The ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes winner assumed favouritism when Capitalist was ruled out of the race on September 10. She was replaced at the top of the market by Saturday’s… Read More »

     
  • Canterbury track to undergo remedial work

    The first official barrier trials for the new season’s two-year-olds has been moved to Randwick with Canterbury to undergo remedial work. The Australian Turf Club says above average winter rainfall has put a burden on the track with a meeting on September 28 moved to Rosehill in addition to the… Read More »

     
  • Paul Perry hoping colt can fly

    Gadfly doesn’t have the profile of most of his opponents in the Run To The Rose but his trainer believes it is worth putting him to the test. The Paul Perry-trained colt earned his way to Saturday’s Group Two race at Rosehill with his last-start win over 1200 metres on… Read More »

     
  • Former senior racing executive has ban reduced

    Former senior racing executive has ban reduced

    Former senior racing executive Matt Rudolph’s two-year disqualification for his conduct in the Sam Kavanagh cobalt case has been halved. In November, a Racing NSW Board sub-committee disqualified Rudolph for two years after finding he acted improperly and tried to influence the trainer to change his evidence to stewards about… Read More »

     
  • Open Caulfield sprint for Miss Promiscuity

    Open Caulfield sprint for Miss Promiscuity

    Miss Promiscuity will take on the males in the Group Three Heath at Caulfield instead of racing against her own sex in the Cockram Stakes, Tom Dabernig, who trains in partnership with David and Ben Hayes, said Miss Promiscuity had freshened up well following a two-run Adelaide campaign which followed… Read More »

     
  • Song And Laughter gets shot at stakes win

    Winning the Premier’s Cup will be the Litt family’s biggest success in racing. Retired NZ dairy farmer Jim Litt established the stable at Warwick Farm in 2013. His son Richard, a one-time foreman for Bart Cummings and John O’Shea, has been pivotal to the operation. “We just potter along. It… Read More »

     
  • A Lotta Love chasing first stakes win

    A Lotta Love chasing first stakes win

    A Lotta Love has already been placed at Group Three level and her trainer is hoping that is an omen for her next assignment. Sam Pritchard-Gordon has aimed the five-year-old at Saturday’s Group Three Cockram Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield since her unplaced run in the Leilani Series Final at Flemington… Read More »

     
  • Tough Sandown work for The Housemaid

    A midweek restricted race at Sandown will give trainer Archie Alexander a spring guide to lightly raced filly The Housemaid. A nomination for October’s Thousand Guineas at Caulfield, The Housemaid will line up in The Grand Hotel Frankston Handicap (1300m) on Wednesday. The Housemaid goes into the race off a… Read More »

     
  • Another Snappy’s next stop is Warwick Farm

    Another Snappy has had just five of his 26 starts for Sydney trainer Gerald Ryan but has a much longer association with his jockey. Kacie Adams has ridden the gelding 19 times and gets a rare chance to claim a city win at Warwick Farm on Wednesday when the six-year-old… Read More »

     
  • Akasaki on Highway to become next Artlee

    Muswellbrook trainer Todd Willan believes Akasaki is the best horse to come to his stable since Country Championship winner Artlee. The three-year-old will be put to the test in the Highway Handicap (1100m) at Rosehill on Saturday. “I’ve got a very high opinion of this horse,” Willan said. “He’s the… Read More »

     
  • Oliver back on Lord Of The Sky in Memsie Stakes

    Oliver back on Lord Of The Sky in Memsie Stakes

    Champion jockey Damien Oliver reunites with Lord Of The Sky in the first Group One race of the new season at Caulfield. The pair will be trying to add Saturday’s Memsie Stakes (1400m) to their victory in the Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield last month. In between Oliver rode Miss Rose… Read More »

     
  • Five finalists for Colin Alderson Award

    Five up-and-coming trainers have been announced as the finalists for the inaugural Colin Alderson Rising Star Award. The winner will be named at the Scobie Breasley Medal night on Thursday in Melbourne. The finalists are Archie Alexander, Daniel Bowman, Mitchell Freedman, Wez Hunter and Sam Pritchard-Gordon. The Colin Alderson Rising… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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