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  • Suavito retired to be a broodmare

    Dual Group One winner Suavito has been retired and sold to New Zealand’s Waikato Stud. Trainer Nigel Blackiston announced the retirement of Suavito on Wednesday saying the six-year-old mare would be served by Savabeel in the coming weeks. “She is one of the toughest fillies or mares I have dealt… Read More »

     
  • Wet weather causes transfer of meetings

    Wet weather in Victoria has forced the transfer of a number of meetings to the synthetic tracks at Pakenham and Geelong. Pakenham will host Wednesday’s Bendigo meeting after the track was deemed unsuitable for racing following a stewards inspection on Tuesday. Bendigo received 27mm of rain on Tuesday morning, bringing… Read More »

     
  • VRC Crown Oaks hope to make debut

    Lawyer-turned-horse trainer Cheryl Roberts is used to working with Chris Waller’s superstars but now she might have a Group One contender of her own. Just Victoria will make her debut in a 1400m maiden handicap at Warwick Farm on Wednesday and Roberts hopes she can go all the way to… Read More »

     
  • Wicklow Brave firms in Melbourne Cup betting

    New Melbourne Cup favourite Wicklow Brave has been given 55kg for the $6 million Flemington showpiece. The Willie Mullins-trained stayer shot to the top of markets after his surprise win over former favourite Order Of St George in the Irish St Leger at The Curragh on Sunday. Last year’s winner… Read More »

     
  • Great Esteem continues to surprise trainer

    Stuart Webb admits he is surprised by the steps Great Esteem has made since joining his Caulfield stable. Great Esteem will face his biggest test when he contests the Group Three Naturalism Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday, his fifth start since joining Webb. The six-year-old is chasing a third straight… Read More »

     
  • Triple Crown bonus to return

    Jockey Club Racecourses has announced the return of the Jockey Club Chase Triple Crown for the next jumps season. Any horse which can land the Betfair Chase at Haydock in November, the King George VI Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day and the Cheltenham Gold Cup in March will pick… Read More »

     
  • Lani run inspires Japan route to Kentucky

    The storming run by Japan-based colt Lani at the Belmont Stakes has inspired a series of races in his home country that could annually produce a starter in the Kentucky Derby, from 2017 onwards. Churchill Downs Incorporated has partnered with the Japan Racing Association to create the ‘Japan Road to… Read More »

     
  • Trainer and owner to appeal bans

    Trainer Con Karakatsanis and racehorse owner Angelis Vasili have lodged appeals against their four-month disqualifications for improper practice. The two were outed on Monday after Racing NSW stewards found Vasili was in effect training five horses on his Warwick Farm property without a licence. The horses were listed as being… Read More »

     
  • Unbeaten Miss Vista nearing race return

    As popular for her striking looks as her speed on the track, the unbeaten Miss Vista is a nearing a return to the races. With her unusual white markings and blue eyes, the four-year-old has attracted much attention since she made her debut at Ballarat in March. Trainer George Osborne… Read More »

     
  • Winx gives Hugh Bowman confidence

    As a jockey Hugh Bowman copes with pressure on a daily basis but he admits to an added responsibility when it comes to riding Winx. The champion mare runs in her first Group One race of the new season in Saturday’s George Main Stakes (1600m) at Randwick. Just six horses… Read More »

     
  • Ball Of Muscle rolling into G2 The Shorts

    With Terravista missing the spring, sprinting understudy Ball Of Muscle carries trainer Joe Pride’s Group One hopes. He gets his first chance to prove he can take centre stage in the Group Two Shorts at Randwick on Saturday. The six-year-old has trialled twice ahead of his first-up run. He has… Read More »

     
  • King remembers champion mare Let’s Elope

    The spring carnival of 1991 is one jockey Steven King will never forget, thanks to deeds of Let’s Elope. The Caulfield and Melbourne Cups winner has died at the age of 29 and King has paid tribute to the champion mare. “It’s sad, because she was such an important part… Read More »

     
  • Tony Gollan aiming Amexed at Newcastle Cup

    Premier Brisbane trainer Tony Gollan is hoping to fire his first shot in the spring carnival with Amexed in the Newcastle Gold Cup. The Group Three Newcastle Cup (2200m) on Friday will be a spring carnival launching pad for several classy stayers and Gollan doesn’t believe Amexed will be out… Read More »

     
  • Naturalism Stakes option for Alpine Eagle

    Alpine Eagle’s disappointing performance in the Group One Makybe Diva Stakes has prompted his trainer to try something new. The five-year-old will run on Saturday in either Melbourne or Adelaide with Tony McEvoy hoping the seven-day back-up can switch him on. McEvoy has entered Alpine Eagle for Saturday’s Group Three… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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