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  • It’s Somewhat on trial for Perth

    Godolphin Australia head trainer James Cummings has an eye to the future for Emirates Stakes contender It’s Somewhat while at the same time concentrating on the Group One race at Flemington. Cummings has selected the $1 million Kingston Town Stakes (1800m) at Ascot next month as the an ideal target… Read More »

     
  • Gary Portelli reveals Golden Slipper hope

    Gary Portelli’s search for a second Golden Slipper winner will be put to the test when Secret Lady makes her debut at Rosehill. The filly is the Sydney trainer’s latest contender to emerge as a potential successor to She Will Reign who won the $3.5 million 1200m-sprint for two-year-olds in… Read More »

     
  • Gingernuts ready for Emirates Stakes

    New Zealand star Gingernuts will make a belated Melbourne spring carnival appearance in the Emirates Stakes and his trainer is confident the multiple Group One winner can have an impact. This year’s New Zealand Derby and Rosehill Guineas winner was scheduled to come to Melbourne for last month’s Caulfield Cup… Read More »

     
  • Redzel to excel on the Flemington straight

    Flemington straight racing is a different beast and with that in mind co-trainer Peter Snowden says experience is a huge factor for Redzel in the Group One Darley Classic. Redzel won a Group Three race over 1000m straight race at last year’s Flemington carnival, a race Snowden, who trains in… Read More »

     
  • In Her Time deserves Group One win

    After a few near-misses, Newcastle mare In Her Time and her trainer Ben Smith have their latest chance to snare a first Group One win in a star-studded Darley Classic at Flemington. In Her Time has placed in three Group One sprints during 2017 including a close second in the… Read More »

     
  • Browne benefit for topweight Crack Me Up

    Jockey Damian Browne’s noted ability to balance his mounts will see him ride promising Crack Me Up with a huge weight on Saturday. Crack Me Up was one of the best Queensland performers at the most recent winter carnival. At his last two carnival starts he won the Group Three… Read More »

     
  • Barrier to help Brinkmanship at Doomben

    Smart Gold Coast two-year-old Brinkmanship has had the first piece of luck in his short career as he aims towards securing a $2 million Magic Millions Classic berth. Brinkmanship will be having his third race start at Doomben on Saturday. He is one of the few top chances to have… Read More »

     
  • Greg Miles enjoys a day off

    This is the first Oaks Day that Greg Miles has missed in his 36-year career as a race caller. “I feel like the kid who is sneaking a cigarette behind the shelter sheds at school,” Miles told AAP. “I’m at the races having a glass of champagne thinking ‘I really… Read More »

     
  • Kaiser Franz starts new prep at Doomben

    Top stayer Kaiser Franz, who resumes racing on Saturday, is typical of horses who are disadvantaged by the closure of Eagle Farm racetrack. Kaiser Franz has had 39 race starts but only four of them have been at Eagle Farm which has been closed for long periods in the past… Read More »

     
  • Godolphin get on the board at Cup carnival

    The wait for a first winner at this year’s Melbourne Cup carnival is over for the Godolphin team, with talented filly Jorda taking out the Group Three Kennedy Plate. The royal blue colours had gone winless through the first two meetings of the Flemington carnival and it took until the… Read More »

     
  • Boom Time spring to continue in Japan Cup

    The Lindsay Park team has accepted an invitation to run Caulfield Cup winner Boom Time in the Japan Cup. David Hayes, the senior Lindsay Park trainer and owner of Boom Time, famously won the Japan Cup with Better Loosen Up in 1990 and Boom Time races in the same colours…. Read More »

     
  • A rundown of the Group One Emirates Stakes

    EMIRATES STAKES – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW * Group One, 2000m, $2 million, weight-for-age. Run at Flemington on Saturday, November 11, 4.55pm HISTORY * Formerly the Mackinnon Stakes (2000m) held on Victoria Derby Day and used as a Melbourne Cup lead-in * But the VRC decided its importance as… Read More »

     
  • Gai Waterhouse celebrates first VRC Oaks

    An excited Gai Waterhouse has celebrated victory in one of the few big races to have eluded her with Pinot dominating the finish of the VRC Oaks. The fillies Classic is a staying test over 2500 metres at Flemington and the occasion has proven too much for the odds-on favourite… Read More »

     
  • All Too Huiying a Derby prospect

    Gary Moore is confident he has an autumn Derby contender in All Too Huiying but the trainer could also look to strike again with the colt this spring after a stakes win at Flemington. All Too Huiying ($31) rallied in the straight under jockey Michael Walker to hold his rivals… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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