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  • Only minor whip rule alterations expected

    The Australian Jockeys’ Association has urged thoroughbred racing authorities not to be influenced by the decision of Harness Racing officials to ban the whip in that code. Des O’Keeffe from the AJA said Racing Australia’s whip policy for thoroughbred racing was now “best practice” and said comparing the two codes… Read More »

     
  • Bell holding the faith in Sirbible’s speed

    For a horse who has made marathon trips between Alice Springs and Melbourne, Sirbible’s trip from country Victoria to NSW for a stakes race must have seemed like a drive around the corner. After running midfield in his last start at Moonee Valley on November 26, trainer Russell Bell made… Read More »

     
  • ATC to expand Chinese Festival of Racing

    The Australian Turf Club will expand the Chinese Festival of Racing to include the Apollo Stakes, the race which signals the return of wonder mare Winx. In its second year, the festival will encompass two race meetings at Randwick on February 4 and 11 which coincide with the Chinese Lunar… Read More »

     
  • Indecision over Sold For Song return

    Trainer Kevin Kemp will scrutinise the possible field for the Listed Bribie Handicap before deciding if Sold For Song resumes at Doomben. Sold For Song proved one of the finds of the Brisbane winter, winning the Listed Daybreak Lover Stakes and being placed in the Queensland Guineas, Sunshine Coast Guineas… Read More »

     
  • Miss Wonderland on a Magic Millions Guineas path

    Lightly raced Miss Wonderland will put her Magic Millions Guineas credentials on show when she returns to Flemington. The Ciaron Maher-trained Miss Wonderland won a Pakenham synthetic track maiden for two-year-old fillies by six lengths on debut in June before resuming in the Group Three Red Roses Stakes (1100m) at… Read More »

     
  • Dibayani chasing big Randwick mile success

    Lindsay Park is looking to Dibayani to go one better than his close second at his last attempt over the famous mile course at Randwick. During the spring the Irish-bred galloper was nosed out in the Group One Epsom Handicap and on Saturday returns to contest the Group Two Villiers… Read More »

     
  • James McDonald to face NSW stewards over charge

    Jockey James McDonald is set to face stewards over a betting charge after an investigation of telephone, betting and financial records. McDonald, who stood down as Godolphin’s retained jockey in Australia on November 15, has been charged with having an interest in a bet on Astern who he rode to… Read More »

     
  • Soul Stirring first G1 winner for Frankel

    Soul Stirring has become the first progeny of Frankel to win at Group One level, taking out the Hanshin Juvenile Fillies in Japan. The filly, out of French Oaks winner Stacelita, is trained by Kazuo Fujisawa for the Shadai Race Horse Co Ltd and she cruised to the front 200m… Read More »

     
  • Aerovelocity wins Hong Kong Sprint

    Australia’s two representatives have finished out of the placings in the Hong Kong Sprint won by eight-year-old Aerovelocity, winner of the race two years ago. Takedown finished sixth while Rebel Dane was 11th at Sha Tin on Sunday. There was still an Australasian flavour to the 1200m-race with the winner… Read More »

     
  • Smith’s big guns down to trial at Randwick

    While many of her contemporaries have reached the elite level as three-year-olds, Faraway Town’s trainer Matthew Smith believes it is only a matter of time before she joins them. Faraway Town is nominated for the $2 million Magic Millions Guineas on the Gold Coast on January 14. The Group One-placed… Read More »

     
  • Fell Swoop returning for autumn G1 sprints

    After going agonisingly close to winning a Group One race four times, the Matthew Dale-trained Fell Swoop is set to return for another crack at the big time. Dale welcomed Fell Swoop back to his Canberra stable on Friday with his sights firmly set on going one better than this… Read More »

     
  • Williams’ high praise for 2yo filly Catchy

    Judging by champion jockey Craig Williams’ opinion, two-year-old Catchy is a filly we will be hearing a lot more about. Catchy made a winning start to her career at Moonee Valley on Friday night and her trainers, the Lindsay Park team, will put the filly on a Blue Diamond Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Black type company now for in form mare

    Such has been the transformation of Hell Or Highwater the Lindsay Park stable is now looking at a return to stakes racing for the mare. Hell Or Highwater recorded her fifth win from her past six starts when successful in the Hollywood Nails Handicap (1700m) at Flemington on Saturday. Co-trainer… Read More »

     
  • Vinland on song for Inglis Nursery

    Things did not pan out how Tony McEvoy thought they might with Vinland’s debut but the colt’s recent barrier trial win in Sydney has buoyed the trainer’s confidence for the Inglis Nursery. The two-year-old confirmed his place in Saturday’s $500,000 Inglis Nursery (1000m) at Randwick after impressing McEvoy in a… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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