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  • Wonder mare Winx makes it 20 wins in a row

    Her trainer admits it’s getting harder to watch but her jockey has ultimate faith in Winx who has stretched her winning sequence to 20 with victory in the Group One George Main Stakes at Randwick. As she has in her three starts this campaign, the champion has given away a… Read More »

     
  • Craig Williams cops hefty ban over fall

    A remorseful Craig Williams will not appeal a 23 meeting careless riding ban that resulted in the fall of Limestone at Flemington. Williams was suspended aboard Jukebox in Saturday’s Group Two Danehill Stakes after Limestone, ridden by Damian Lane, fell in the concluding stages of the 1200m race. The ban… Read More »

     
  • Almandin on track for back-to-back Melbourne Cups

    Champion jockey Damien Oliver is in no doubt Almandin is on target for his Melbourne Cup defence after an emphatic win in a Listed race at Flemington. Making his first appearance at Flemington since winning the Melbourne Cup last year, Almandin settled midfield in Saturday’s Listed JRA Trophy (2500m) before… Read More »

     
  • Isorich makes most of extended campaign

    Had Wayne Seelin’s neighbours not lit a massive bonfire, Isorich’s push for $400,000 in stakes would have been put on hold. The Wyong trainer had no intention of running his reliable seven-year-old gelding at Randwick on Saturday until he needed a couple of weeks off after a late-night scare. “They… Read More »

     
  • First four in Group Three race for Waller

    Just to reinforce Winx isn’t the only star in Chris Waller’s stable, four of the trainer’s staying prospects have filled the first four placings in the lead-up race to the Group One Metropolitan Handicap. Libran ($26) came out on top in Saturday’s Group Three Kingston Town Stakes (2000m) with Antonio… Read More »

     
  • Redzel confirms $10m Everest bona fides

    Redzel issued an emphatic warning to his rivals for the $10 million Everest, before adopting a low profile ahead of the Sydney spring carnival’s new focal point. The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained gelding continued his perfect lead-up to the inaugural 1200m Everest sprint at Randwick on October 14 by powering… Read More »

     
  • Lordag gives Heathcote a Doomben treble

    Tough gelding Lordag regained his desire to win to give trainer Robert Heathcote a treble and owner Neil Owen a double at Doomben. Heathcote also won with Ingeegoodbe and Manias for 11 wins for the season and second place in the trainers premiership. Manias and Lordag are owned by syndicates… Read More »

     
  • Sword Of Light gets a Group 2 win

    More than a year and a half after winning her first Group race, Sword Of Light has claimed another with a tough performance in the Let’s Elope Stakes at Flemington. Ridden by Damian Lane, who was cleared to continue riding at Flemington after a fall in the previous race, Sword… Read More »

     
  • Catchy beats the boys at Flemington

    A grand-daughter of former champion sire Danehill has won the Group Two race named after him at Flemington. The Lindsay Park-trained Catchy stormed to victory in Saturday’s 1200m race for three-year-olds which has all but guaranteed the filly a start in the $2 million Caulfield Guineas on October 14. Catchy’s… Read More »

     
  • Alizee claims black-type win in Tea Rose Stakes

    A precise ride from Glyn Schofield has announced Alizee’s arrival as a stakes-class filly. The Godolphin three-year-old stepped up in class to claim the Tea Rose Stakes at Randwick on Saturday. Darren Beadman, who handled Godolphin’s team while head trainer James Cummings was at Flemington, was rapt after she scored… Read More »

     
  • Redkirk Warrior presses claims for Everest

    Newmarket Handicap winner Redkirk Warrior has put his credentials for The Everest on show with a convincing first-up win in the Bobbie Lewis Quality at Flemington. The gelding’s 2-1/2-length victory over Perth Group One winner Scales Of Justice in Saturday’s Group Two 1200m straight sprint was no surprise to his… Read More »

     
  • Comin’ Through cements Epsom Handicap claims

    Comin’ Through has claimed his fourth and so far most important race with his owner Sir Owen Glenn on hand at Randwick to see him win for the first time. Although he had to fight off a couple of challengers late in Saturday’s Group Three Bill Ritchie Handicap (1400m), Comin’… Read More »

     
  • Theanswermyfriend too tough at Flemington

    Theanswermyfriend has vindicated the decision of connections to remain in Melbourne with a comprehensive all-the-way win at Flemington. The Robert Smerdon-trained four-year-old was a dual acceptor at Flemington and Randwick on Saturday and after considering options Theanswermyfriend lined up in the Listed The Sofitel over his pet distance of 1400m…. Read More »

     
  • Sydney off for Snitz despite Doomben win

    Plans to chase the Anniversary Highway Handicap in Sydney have been shelved for Snitz despite strong win at Doomben on Saturday. Snitz, the $1.55 favourite, made it two wins in a row when he cruised home to beat Meikas ($18) by 1-1/4 lengths in the Herron Todd White Handicap. Trainer… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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