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  • New rule for foal and owner registration

    New rule for foal and owner registration

    Thoroughbred foals and their owners will come under the Australian Rules of Racing despite objections from breeders. Under a new rule announced by Racing Australia on Monday, foals will have to be registered within 30 days of their birth and their owners declared within a further 30 days. A statement… Read More »

     
  • Stokes to test Captain Duffy in Melbourne

    Adelaide trainer Phillip Stokes is planning to test two-year-old Captain Duffy in Melbourne for the first time in the Listed Taj Rossi Series Final at Flemington. Captain Duffy has had three starts in Adelaide and broke his maiden with a narrow win in a two-year-old handicap over 1200m at Morphettville… Read More »

     
  • Moruya Mathie relishing first city runner

    Picking up the phone and calling Hugh Bowman’s manager is one of the highlights of Wade Mathie’s career. The part-time trainer, who has a small team of horses near Moruya on the NSW south coast, said the thought of booking Bowman to ride his best horse Tipta Tantivy was enough… Read More »

     
  • Almost 150 nominations for Finals Day

    Almost 150 nominations have been taken for the `Finals Day’ race meeting at Flemington which is headlined by the Listed Winter Championship Series Final. Saturday’s meeting features a host of finals for race series’ conducted in Victoria in recent months. The Winter Championship Series Final (1600m) is one of four… Read More »

     
  • Back-up no problem for Wine ‘N’ Dine

    Wine `N’ Dine’s workload isn’t quite as heavy as it looks. If he lines up at Randwick on Saturday, the six-year-old will be racing for the fourth week in a row. But trainer Joe Pride gives the gelding an easy time between races and the only time he exerts himself… Read More »

     
  • Begg to saddle up runners at Geelong

    Begg to saddle up runners at Geelong

    Multiple Group One-winning trainer Grahame Begg is excited about the start of a new phase of his career which begins when he saddles up runners at Geelong. Begg stepped away from training in December 2014 after a successful career at Randwick in Sydney. He recently moved to Victoria to begin… Read More »

     
  • Michelle Payne shows off massive scar

    Michelle Payne shows off massive scar

    Michelle Payne has shared a picture of the scar left by her recent abdominal surgery as she continues her rehabilitation. The Melbourne Cup-winning jockey posted a photo of the large scar to Instagram on Monday morning, more than two months after a race fall at Mildura. The scar stretches from… Read More »

     
  • Thompson aiming at 12th Jungle Juice

    Champion jockey Robert Thompson has ridden more winners in Australia than anyone else but one race is close to his heart. On Tuesday, Thompson will be out to win his 12th Jungle Juice Cup on his home track at Cessnock where he rides Three Sheets for his old friend, trainer… Read More »

     
  • Doubts about whether Maurus can stay

    Doubts about whether Maurus can stay

    The shock defeat of short-priced favourite Maurus in the Caloundra Cup has raised doubts about his ability to run a strong 2400 metres. Maurus started at $1.50 in Saturday’s Listed race on the strength of his dominant Ipswich Cup win two weeks earlier over 2150 metres. Stewards questioned jockey Damian… Read More »

     
  • Protectionist’s Melbourne Cup odds slashed after winning G2 race in Germany
     
  • Ball Of Muscle to target Moir Stakes

    Ball Of Muscle to target Moir Stakes

    While his Group One-winning sibling will have a quiet spring, Ball Of Muscle will be out to carry the mantle at the highest level. Warwick Farm trainer Joe Pride has plans to return to Melbourne with Ball Of Muscle but no firm spring commitments for his elder half-brother Terravista. Ball… Read More »

     
  • Flower and Ryan looking to US for yearling

    While many Australians look to Europe to source horses, trainer Gerald Ryan and owner Damion Flower are about to try out the American market. Since they first joined forces with 2003 Australian Derby winner Clangalang, Ryan and Flower have become big players at the yearling sales including this year’s Magic… Read More »

     
  • Australian-bred wins Durban July

    Australian-bred The Conglomerate has won South Africa’s premier race, the Group One Durban July at Greyville. By champion sire Lonhro out of dual Group One winner Republic Lass, The Conglomerate was ridden by Piere Strydom for trainer Joey Ramsden. The four-year-old gave well-known owners Marcus and Ingrid Jooste their first… Read More »

     
  • Winter Final the preference for Iggimacool

    Winter Final the preference for Iggimacool

    The Listed Winter Championship Series Final is the likely target for last-start winner Iggimacool at Flemington. Saturday’s program features the finals of a number of winter race series held in Victoria in recent months, highlighted by the $150,000 Winter Championship Series Final (1600m). Iggimacool has also qualified for Leilani Series… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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