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  • Winx the world’s best turf performer

    Winx has been ranked the world’s best racehorse on turf and third overall behind dirt performers Arrogate and California Chrome. The dual Cox Plate winner has been given a rating of 130 for her eight-length win over Hartnell in her defence of Australia’s weight-for-age championship last month. Arrogate leap-frogged California… Read More »

     
  • Senior Qld racing steward stood down

    A senior Queensland Racing Integrity Commission steward has been stood down. Jamie Dart, the director of Stewarding and Licensing who was only appointed to the commission in October, was stood down on full pay on Thursday afternoon pending an internal investigation into “a matter prior to the start of the… Read More »

     
  • Illustrious Lad chasing another Group win

    Anthony Darmanin heads to Sandown hoping to build on his near-perfect record aboard the Peter Gelagotis-trained Illustrious Lad who has already given the jockey the biggest win of his career. “I’ve ridden him five times for four wins and a second. And the second should have been a win as… Read More »

     
  • Waller turns to Irish apprentice Magorrian

    Premier trainer Chris Waller has compared utilising apprentice Lee Magorrian’s three-kilogram claim to a drop in grade for Wine Tales. The Irish-born Magorrian is with Waller’s stable on a scholarship from New Zealand which in the past has been awarded to Danielle Johnson, Jason Collett, his sister Alysha and Chris… Read More »

     
  • Pengelly gets reward for trackwork

    Brad Pengelly’s decision to move his base back to Brisbane has paid off with the prime ride on Cylinder Beach at Doomben on Saturday. Pengelly is one of the most experienced jockeys in Brisbane but his weight has limited him since he returned to riding three years ago. He was… Read More »

     
  • Jockey banned over dodgy ride

    Star country jockey Greg Ryan has been handed a seven-week suspension for not giving Mr Chow every chance to win at Scone. Ryan was suspended for failing to take all reasonable and permissible measures to give Mr Chow full opportunity to win an 1100m maiden at Scone on October 23…. Read More »

     
  • Faraway Town peaking for Sandown Guineas

    Sydney trainer Matthew Smith believes Group One-placed Faraway Town is peaking for her shot to become the first filly in more than a decade to win the Sandown Guineas. Faraway Town is one of three fillies taking on the colts and geldings in Saturday’s Group Two 1600m race at Sandown,… Read More »

     
  • Choisir colt can atone in Rosehill Mission

    A son of the horse that sent trainer Paul Perry on his trailblazing Royal Ascot mission carries the stable’s early season two-year-old hopes at Rosehill. Choisir colt The Mission is set to have his second start in Saturday’s two-year-old handicap at Rosehill over 1100m. Choisir took Perry to Royal Ascot… Read More »

     
  • Saxton Rock a puzzle for his trainer

    Matt Dunn admits he is still scratching his head over the debut of well-bred two-year-old Saxton Rock. A colt by Snitzel out of unraced Rock of Gibraltar mare Rockin Babe, Saxton Rock looked worth all his $150,000 price-tag when second in a Gold Coast barrier trial last month. However, at… Read More »

     
  • Williams with strong book of Sandown rides

    Having ridden at a light weight in the Melbourne Cup and again in Hong Kong five days later, Craig Williams has been able to snap up the ride on So Si Bon at short notice in the Group Two Zipping Classic. The Robbie Laing-trained three-year-old colt forms part of a… Read More »

     
  • Lordag to step up at Doomben

    Lordag has taken a step up in class in each of his campaigns and his trainer Robert Heathcote hopes this time it will lead to overdue stakes success. Lordag raced in Melbourne during the spring last year but this season Heathcote elected to keep him for the summer in Brisbane… Read More »

     
  • Aidan O’Brien and Coolmore scoop awards

    One-time Melbourne Cup favourite Order Of St George has been named Europe’s champion stayer as part of a record five winners for trainer Aidan O’Brien and Coolmore at the Cartier Awards including Horse of the Year Minding. Part-owned by Lloyd Williams who won the Melbourne Cup with Almandin, Order Of… Read More »

     
  • So Si Bon to take on older horses at WFA

    So Si Bon gets the chance to become the latest three-year-old to make an impact against older horses at weight-for-age in Melbourne this spring when he runs in the Group Two Zipping Classic at Sandown. Quality sprinting colts Extreme Choice and Star Turn won the Group One Moir Stakes and… Read More »

     
  • Aust cricketers’ horse makes winning debut

    A horse bought by a group of Australian cricketers to honour late teammate Phillip Hughes has won on debut. Never Out, trained by Kim Waugh whose husband Mark played 128 Tests for Australia and is now a national selector, won a 1000m maiden at Gosford on Wednesday. The three-year-old filly’s… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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