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  • First open company win for Sunny Victory

    Injury-prone galloper Sunny Victory has put past problems behind him to win his first open company race at Doomben. Jockey Michael Cahill drove Sunny Victory ($10) along the fence to beat a brave Charlie Boy ($8) by a half head in the Stav Abby and Matt Hcp (1200m) on Saturday…. Read More »

     
  • Brenton Avdulla noses to premiership lead

    Brenton Avdulla and Hugh Bowman appropriately needed a photo finish to separate their mounts as the Sydney jockeys’ premiership frontrunners went head-to-head for the first time at Randwick. Avdulla watched a replay of the latter stages of the Schweppes Handicap (1200m) on the big screen while aboard Argent D’Or ($10)… Read More »

     
  • Consistent Portman wins at Flemington

    Danny O’Brien believes Portman is a future stakes-class performer after the gelding continued his consistent season with a win at Flemington. Four-year-old Portman was sent out the $2.05 favourite in Saturday’s Murray Cox Handicap and didn’t disappoint. Portman settled just behind the leaders and one off the fence before taking… Read More »

     
  • Anchor Bid dominant in Flemington win

    Anchor Bid has gained automatic entry to a feature staying race in the spring with a win as a short-priced favourite at Flemington. Success in Saturday’s Byerley Handicap means the Darren Weir-trained two-year-old can bypass the ballot for the VRC Oaks during Melbourne Cup week at Flemington. But Weir has… Read More »

     
  • Impressive filly Memes racks up fifth win

    Jason Coyle will set his sights higher with impressive filly Memes after she racked up the fifth win of an eye-catching preparation at Randwick. The three-year-old took nine starts to crack her maiden at the start of this campaign in April and since then has thrived, with two minor placings… Read More »

     
  • Brandon Stockdale wins Rising Stars Final

    Brandon Stockdale has ridden to victory at Flemington, three days after being hospitalised when he scalded his arm in a jockeys’ room mishap. Stockdale had to forgo the majority of his rides on Wednesday’s Sandown program, including two eventual winners, after he spilled boiling water on his arm. The apprentice… Read More »

     
  • Stewards take time in dismissing protest

    Stewards have taken seven minutes to dismiss a protest against winner Hingus Rose in an action packed Tattersall’s Two Year Old (1110m) at Doomben. The race lost pre post favourite La Vida Loca when she dumped Robbie Fradd on the way to the barrier, while Prossimita was also a late… Read More »

     
  • Suncraze lights up his trainer

    Suncraze might have tested the resolve of another trainer but Melanie O’Gorman has used his frustrating run of seconds as a positive and been rewarded. A winner at Dubbo on debut in August, Suncraze visited the runner-up stall six times before turning things around at Randwick on Saturday. The three-year-old… Read More »

     
  • Riyadh lands another Flemington victory

    Former Hong Kong galloper Riyadh has completed a winning hat-trick with a narrow come from behind victory at Flemington. After successive victories in Hong Kong in 2013, Riyadh lost form and was sent to Australia by connections, joining the Mornington stable of Peter Healey in late 2015. After victories at… Read More »

     
  • Colt quinella for Snowden duo at Randwick

    Rising colts Assimilate and Dracarys have emphasised their promise by providing Paul and Peter Snowden with an early quinella at Randwick. Assimilate ($5.50) caught his stablemate on the line in the card-opening 2YO Handicap (1200m) on Saturday, to remain unbeaten after two starts thanks to an impressive finishing burst under… Read More »

     
  • Winning ride by Plumb repays Kelly’s faith

    Trainer Les Kelly’s confidence in Ryan Plumb has been rewarded with the jockey producing a top wide barrier ride to win on Snapchat Girl at Doomben. Snapchat Girl ($4.20) made it three wins on end when she came from barrier 12 and grabbed Real Princess ($7.50) right on the line… Read More »

     
  • Currie horse disqualified

    The chances of Toowoomba’s Ben Currie claiming his first Queensland trainers’s premiership have taken a blow, with one of his winners disqualified. Stewards opened an inquiry after Smooch returned a positive test to marker 4-Hydroxy Xylazine after winning at the Sunshine Coast on March 19. Chief steward Allan Reardon said… Read More »

     
  • Leading trainers horse disqualified

    The chances of Toowoomba’s Ben Currie claiming his first Queensland trainers’s premiership have taken a blow, with one of his winners disqualified. Stewards opened an inquiry after Smooch returned a positive test to marker 4-Hydroxy Xylazine after winning at the Sunshine Coast on March 19. Chief steward Alan Reardon said… Read More »

     
  • RNSW buys property for retired horses

    Racing NSW has made a major investment in horse welfare, buying a property to be used for retired racehorses with facilities for rehabilitation, retraining and rehoming. The 2600 acre property at Capertee, 45km north of Lithgow, includes state-of-the-art equestrian facilities and is an incentive of the Racing NSW Equine Welfare… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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