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    Australian sprinter Odyssey Moon is an $8 chance to claim a Group One win in New Zealand in The Telegraph Handicap at Trentham. The Telegraph over 1200 metres emerged as an option for Odyssey Moon after his win in the Group Three Standish Handicap at Flemington on New Year’s Day… Read More »

  • Dundeel’s little sister wins at Scone

    In the same week Dundeel’s first progeny have made an impact in the sale ring, his younger sibling has opened her winning account in country NSW. Forreel, a Nom Du Jeu four-year-old half sister to the champion, had her first Australian start over 1300 metres at Scone on Sunday, claiming… Read More »

  • Flying Jess sets Qld starting price record

    Melbourne filly Flying Jess has written herself into the record books in more ways than one with her win in the $2 million Magic Millions Guineas. Starting at 100-1 she equalled the record for the longest priced winner in a Queensland feature race with 1977 Stradbroke Handicap winner Sir Wisp…. Read More »

  • Hall Of Fame wins NZ G1 for Te Akau

    Hall Of Fame has given the Te Akau Racing training partnership of Stephen Autridge and Jamie Richards a Group One win more satisfying than most. The colt won Saturday’s Levin Classic at Trentham to help erase memories of stablemate Xtravagant’s fourth a year ago as the $1.30 favourite. “It’s great… Read More »

  • Apprentices making their mark in Melbourne

    Apprentices were to the fore on Chester Manifold Stakes day at Flemington, and some of Victoria’s top young riders are making an impression in this season’s Melbourne premiership. Seven of the nine races on Saturday’s Flemington program were won by apprentices on a day when a host of senior riders… Read More »

  • Deanne Panya writes name in history

    Sydney apprentice Deanne Panya has joined an elite group with her win on Testashadow in the Magic Millions Cup. The $1 million Cup was by far the biggest win for the 23-year-old who has ridden 11 metropolitan winners this season in Sydney. She was the only apprentice riding at Saturday’s… Read More »

  • Robbie Fradd faces lengthy suspension

    Brisbane jockey Robbie Fradd will have to rely on the appeals process to avoid a lengthy suspension. Fradd picked up his third ban in a fortnight at the Gold Coast on Saturday. Stewards found him guilty of interference on Most Important near the line in the Magic Millions Cup and… Read More »

  • Orr Stakes return for He’s Our Rokkii

    He’s Our Rokkii is already a Group One winner at Caulfield and will be given the chance to add another two early in his upcoming campaign. The four-year-old won the Group One Toorak Handicap (1600m) during his spring preparation and his co-trainers David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig are… Read More »

  • Jeff Lloyd on track for fast century

    Jeff Lloyd won’t rest on his laurels after winning the Magic Millions Classic on Houtzen and is poised to become the first jockey to ride 100 winners for the season. The veteran South African expat is locked in a fascinating struggle with Perth’s William Pike to be Australia’s leading jockey…. Read More »

  • Jockey facing penalty after shocking incident

    South Australian jockey Josh Cartwright has been stood down from riding pending the determination of a penalty for reckless riding at Morphettville. Cartwright pleaded guilty to the serious charge in the final race on Saturday when he shifted out in the straight and cannoned in to another horse which in… Read More »

  • Roche, Spriggs in hot water at Randwick

    A break-neck speed battle has landed jockeys Leigh Roche and Blake Spriggs in hot water with stewards at Randwick. Roche vigorously rode the Bjorn Baker-trained Zatopaz to try to get the lead from Blake Spriggs and Thewayweare in the TAB Handicap (2400m) on Saturday. Spriggs came under fire for not… Read More »

  • Apprentices dominate at Flemington

    With some of Melbourne’s most prominent jockeys away, the younger Victorian riders have come out to play at Flemington. Apprentices rode seven of the nine winners on Saturday’s program including 20-year-old Ben Thompson who brought up his first career treble. Beau Mertens chimed in with his first Flemington double aboard… Read More »

  • Fawke gets first Flemington winner

    Mature-age apprentice Sairyn Fawke has claimed his first Flemington winner with victory aboard Kourkam. Fawke is apprenticed to John and Chris Meagher in Queensland but is on loan to trainer Tony McEvoy in Adelaide. Fawke had two rides for McEvoy at Melbourne racing’s headquarters on Saturday including Kourkam ($19), which… Read More »

  • Doyle shines bright in Randwick four-timer

    Godolphin jockey James Doyle has stamped his world class credentials with a four-timer at Randwick. Doyle has ridden 12 winners since arriving in Australia from England in late November to replace James McDonald after he was charged with a betting offence. McDonald has subsequently been handed an 18-month disqualification, but… Read More »