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  • Most Wanted impresses with Flem debut win

    International buyers will now have to dig a deeper into their pockets if they want to buy Flemington debut winner Most Wanted. The John Sadler-trained three-year-old was last month scratched twice as connections negotiated a sale to Hong Kong. That deal fell through and Most Wanted made his debut in […]

  • Gallagher hoping to upset Ruby Walsh party

    Paul Gallagher is looking forward to renewing acquaintances with champion Irish jockey Ruby Walsh when they ride in the Grand National Steeplechase at Ballarat. Walsh will make his Australian debut after receiving a call-up to ride Bashboy in Sunday’s race over 4500m with Gallagher aboard last-start Grand National Hurdle winner […]

  • Victorian racing back on Sky

    The blackout of Victorian thoroughbred racing on Sky channel is over with the TAB-owned station to show Saturday’s Aurie’s Star meeting. The agreement between Sky and Racing Victoria ended when they could not come to terms after RV assigned their media rights to Seven West Media in June. Until Friday, […]

  • Shinn seeks some Aussie success in England

    Australia’s shambolic performance on the first day of the fourth Ashes Test is serving as inspiration to Blake Shinn to perform well in the Shergar Cup. Shinn and countryman Kerrin McEvoy were confronted with the disastrous performance as they helped launch this year’s Shergar Cup – Ascot’s international jockeys challenge […]

  • Temple Of Boom still on his game

    He’s about to begin his seventh season as the star of Tony Gollan’s stable and Temple of Boom shows no signs of stepping down from his pedestal. The nine-year-old lines up in Saturday’s Group Two Missile Stakes (1200m) at Randwick as the starting point to another spring campaign. In the […]

  • Lilly out to dazzle again at Flemington

    Lilly Dazzler and Monica Croston are looking for back-to-back Flemington wins now they have tasted city success. Lilly Dazzler won over 1800m at Flemington on July 18 and steps to 2000m for the first time in Saturday’s Leanne Sanderson & Denis Hansen Handicap for fillies and mares. “I’m super excited […]

  • Warwick Farm ripped up by vandals

    Large sections of turf in the straight at Warwick Farm racecourse have been ripped up by a car. Staff will scramble to repair the track ahead of the next scheduled meeting at the course on August 26. “At this stage it is too early to say if the next meeting […]

  • SA Group One stars return to the track

    Group One winners Happy Trails and Go Indy Go will kick off their spring campaigns in the Group Three Spring Stakes at Morphetville on Saturday. Both horses are being aimed at the W.S. Cox Plate and for Happy Trails it’s a case of hoping he can win it on his […]

  • Voilier primed for stakes win at Randwick

    Gary Nickson only has a small stable at Warwick Farm and much of it is filled with the progeny of the late Beneteau, who left just two crops. Group Two-placed Voilier leads the pack and will have his second run of the campaign in Saturday’s Listed Rosebud (1200m) at Randwick. […]

  • Flemington build-up for Caulfield Cup hope

    Sue Jaensch is hoping the five hour drive from the South Australian country town of Naracoorte to Flemington won’t be a waste of time. On Saturday Jaensch has Caulfield Cup hopeful Albonetti engaged in the Julie Aldridge & Cynthia Norton Handicap (1700m) with stablemate Letmedowngently to run in the 1400m […]