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  • A Shin Hikari stamps authority in France

    Japanese star A Shin Hikari has set the bar for his Royal Ascot rivals with a devastating win on his European debut in the Prix d’Ispahan at Chantilly. In the hands of Yutaka Take, the Masanori Sakaguchi-trained five-year-old toyed with the field, many of whom possessed Group One-winning form. But… Read More »

     
  • Michelle Payne’s Royal Ascot dream on hold

    Michelle Payne’s Royal Ascot dream on hold

    Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne’s dream of riding at Royal Ascot is over while she recovers from surgery. Payne will not ride again for a number of weeks after undergoing surgery to her abdomen following a race fall. The 30-year-old had been eyeing the international stage after creating history when… Read More »

     
  • Fallon set to ride for Sir Michael Stoute

    Kieren Fallon is set to team up with old ally Sir Michael Stoute to partner Across The Stars in the Derby at Epsom. Fallon was Stoute’s principal jockey between 1999 and 2004, riding two Derby winners for the trainer – Kris Kin (2003) and North Light (2004). Kris Kin was… Read More »

     
  • Michelle Payne recovering from surgery

    Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne will not ride again for a number of weeks after undergoing surgery following a race fall. Payne had successful surgery to her abdomen on Tuesday and is in a serious but stable condition at Melbourne’s The Alfred hospital, Victorian Jockeys Association CEO Des O’Keeffe told… Read More »

     
  • Surgery possible for injured rider Clenton

    Samantha Clenton has been discharged from hospital, but the apprentice jockey still faces possible surgery on a broken collarbone. Clenton, one of six apprentice riders involved in a fall at Taree on Monday, is booked to see Racing NSW’s Dr Duckworth on Wednesday morning. If needed, Clenton will have corrective… Read More »

     
  • Super One runs last race, set for stud

    Super One, a star juvenile in Singapore and stakes-winning three-year-old in Australia, will start his stud career at Newgate Farm this spring. Super One was unbeaten as a two-year-old in Singapore last year before being sent to Australia where he has added another stakes win from four starts. The colt… Read More »

     
  • Last Typhoon heading to Qld for Grand Prix

    Well-bred Last Typhoon will head to Brisbane for the Grand Prix Stakes ahead of a planned Queensland Derby mission. Trainer Robert Smerdon said the colt was due to fly to Queensland on Tuesday night to run in Saturday’s Grand Prix (2200m) at Doomben, a traditional Derby lead-up. Last Typhoon is… Read More »

     
  • Sires’ wins out over Randwick for Barbass

    Randwick entry Barbass is almost certain to give Sydney a miss to make an unlikely Brisbane winter carnival appearance. Bowing to the wishes of Barbass’ enthusiastic ownership group, bush trainer Cameron Crockett admits Barbass is odds-on to run in the Group Two BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes rather than a 1400m… Read More »

     
  • Arch Fire chasing second Australian Hurdle

    Arch Fire is on target for his shot at back-to-back Australian Hurdle wins, but trainer Robert Smerdon admits he faces a task turning the tables on Gingerboy. Arch Fire is equal topweight among the 10 nominations for Saturday’s Australian Hurdle (3400m) at Sandown and has 1kg more than the Darren… Read More »

     
  • Divine Centuri declared for Doomben 10000

    A strong track gallop has convinced connections to start three-year-old Divine Centuri in the Doomben 10000. Devine Centuri is still eligible for restricted class but trainer Stuart Kendrick has a big enough opinion of her to give the filly her chance in the Group One race on Saturday.. “The work… Read More »

     
  • Miles Of Krishan out to confirm spring bid

    Greg Eurell has spring carnival ambitions for lightly raced Miles Of Krishan who will be out to end her first campaign on a winning note at Sandown. Miles Of Krishan won at Sandown on debut in midweek grade last month before Eurell stepped her up to Saturday class at her… Read More »

     
  • McGillivray joins Sargent in Sydney move

    John Sargent expects the first apprentice to work out of his Randwick stable to have an impact on Sydney racing. Matthew McGillivray, a leading Queensland apprentice, will continue his introduction into one of the world’s most competitive riding scenes with two rides at Canterbury on Wednesday. McGillivray was rated among… Read More »

     
  • Apprentices hurt in Taree fall

    Samantha Clenton will have surgery on a broken collarbone suffered in a multiple-horse fall at Taree while Jackson Murphy remains in hospital after damaging his spleen. Four apprentices were taken to hospital after the fall on Monday. Clenton spent the night in Port Macquarie Hospital while Murphy was taken to… Read More »

     
  • Veteran sprinter Rain Affair retired

    Veteran sprinter Rain Affair retired

    Veteran sprinter Rain Affair, one of the best horses not to win a Group One race, has been retired. The eight-year-old finished last in a race at Flemington on Saturday and trainer Daniel Bowman said he had lost interest in racing. The end of his career comes a year after… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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