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  • Record of Red Cadeaux

    HIGHLIGHTS OF RED CADEAUX’S CAREER Chestnut gelding 10yo Biggest win: 2012 Hong Kong International Vase Highest prize money earner in Great Britain with STG4,998 (more than $A8 million) AUSTRALIAN RECORD 2nd 2011 Melbourne Cup 8th 2012 Melbourne Cup 2nd 2013 Melbourne Cup 2nd 2014 Melbourne Cup 5th 2015 Australian Cup […]

     
  • Red Cadeaux succumbs to injury

    Three-time Melbourne Cup runner-up Red Cadeaux has had to be euthanised after suffering complications from the injury he suffered earlier this month. The popular English horse broke down in this year’s Melbourne Cup and underwent surgery at the Werribee clinic but complications arose with a lack of blood flow in […]

     
  • Another Cup success for Dato Tan Chin Nam

    Four-time Melbourne Cup-winning owner Dato Tan Chin Nam has notched a first victory in a Cup of another kind. Colour Of Money lived up to his $3 favouritism to win Friday’s Bong Bong Cup (1560m) at the picturesque racecourse in the NSW Southern Highlands. The track is little more than […]

     
  • Bigger, stronger Manapine ready to resume

    A summer staying feature Nigel Blackiston won with Outback Joe two years ago is in the trainer’s sights again with lightly raced Manapine. Four-year-old Manapine is set to make his first appearance of the season in Saturday’s IGA Liquor McKellar Mile at Ballarat, with the plan to progress to the […]

     
  • God’s In Him, Messene lead Hawkes charge

    A Rosehill race designed as a springboard into the summer carnival for one horse is shaping as a career crossroads for his stablemate. God’s In Him, early favourite for the Schweppes Farewells Jimmy Cassidy Handicap, returns from a freshen-up on Saturday ahead of a campaign that will encompass the Villiers […]

     
  • Ballarat test for debutant Hellmuth

    John McArdle has a good measuring stick for Hellmuth ahead of the colt’s debut in the $200,000 Magic Millions Clockwise Classic. Only two weeks ago the Mornington trainer unveiled another youngster, Power Trip, to win the Group Three Maribyrnong Stakes at Flemington. “Power Trip would beat him, but probably wouldn’t […]

     
  • Unequivocal out to make up for lost time

    Delectation’s recent Group One win at Flemington leads Noel Mayfield-Smith to think what might have been with Unequivocal. As a two-year-old, Unequivocal beat the Chris Waller-trained Delectation and another subsequent Group One winner Peggy Jean over 1200m at Rosehill. After that race in February 2014, Peggy Jean went on to […]

     
  • Ballarat Cup the best of three for Zayam

    Trainer Matthew Smith isn’t one to shy away from a challenge. And that’s why he has chosen the Ballarat Cup over two other races for French-bred stayer Zayam on Saturday. Zayam could have been running in a lesser race at Doomben in Brisbane or even closer to home at Rosehill […]

     
  • Doughty mare chases overdue stakes victory

    Veteran mare Little Brown Horse’s top winter carnival form has earned her another season of racing. Little Brown Horse will be having her 15th start in black-type races when she resumes from a spell in the Arcade Classic (1200m) at Doomben on Saturday. The now seven-year-old mare is yet to […]

     
  • 2YO trial winner to carry Guy metro hopes

    Trainer Bryan Guy is hoping for his first metropolitan success from his new rural training centre with impressive two-year-old trial winner Game Of Dreams. Game Of Dreams will be ridden by in-form Michael Cahill when he makes his debut in the AM Giles and Co Handicap at Doomben on Saturday. […]