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  • Claim to help Revolving Door at Caulfield

    Clinton McDonald has called on apprentice Brandon Stockdale to ride Revolving Door and is banking on his claim to be a telling factor at Caulfield. Revolving Door returned from a spell as a gelding and won first-up at Moonee Valley last month before being overhauled in the final strides of… Read More »

     
  • Trainer Brian Smith a true stayer

    Trainer Brian Smith can reaffirm his rating as one of Australia’s best trainers of stayers if My Diamantine wins the Listed Queensland Cup at the Sunshine Coast. My Diamantine is owned by New Zealand trainer John Wheeler who had great success in Queensland with the champion Rough Habit in the… Read More »

     
  • Waller praises Bowman’s blinkered view

    Chris Waller believes Hugh Bowman’s insight can lift Pioneering from a form slump at Rosehill, after the experienced jockey suggested a gear change for the out of sorts mare. Bowman had the reins for two of the four-year-old’s three starts this preparation, and after she laid out at Warwick Farm… Read More »

     
  • Last-legs win gets Gai her 4th Grafton Cup

    Josh Parr admits Grafton Cup winner Supply and Demand was on his last legs in the home straight but doesn’t care one bit. The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained horse led from the outset and was pressured in the closing stages by second-placed Get On The Grange and second-favourite Montauk… Read More »

     
  • ATC dismiss sale rumours of Canterbury racecourse

    Canterbury racetrack will remain just that for the foreseeable future with the Australian Turf Club to build a new training surface and add to the horse facilities. Reports it would be sold because of rezoning have been dismissed by the ATC which says there will only be fringe developments on… Read More »

     
  • Prince Jacko sheds weight issue in Highway

    As Canberra trainers wait to find out if they will be able to continue to run horses in Highway races, Keith Dryden and Scott Collings will try to coax a win out of Prince Jacko at Rosehill. Racing NSW will meet with the Canberra Racing Club next week to clarify… Read More »

     
  • WA star to make Melbourne debut

    Victoria’s premier trainer Darren Weir will unveil the stable’s latest West Australian recruit when Chocolate Holic makes his eastern states debut in the Sir John Monash Stakes. Chocolate Holic has won seven of his 11 starts in the west, including the Listed Northam Cup (1600m) and Listed Carbine Club of… Read More »

     
  • Winona voices hope for August race return

    Young NSW jockey Winona Costin is on track for a return to racing by the end of August as she recovers from another serious injury. Sydney’s 2014/15 champion apprentice has only ridden three days in the past nine months after breaking both arms in March three days into her return… Read More »

     
  • No barrier for Extensible in Winter Stakes

    Peter Snowden is confident Extensible can capitalise on a kind barrier draw when she forms part of the stable’s three-pronged attack on the Winter Stakes at Rosehill. While Listed Civic Stakes-winning stablemate Gold Symphony is considered Peter and Paul Snowden’s leading hope in the Listed 1400m feature on Saturday, Extensible… Read More »

     
  • Eurell looking forward to juvenile’s debut

    There will be an added element of satisfaction for Greg Eurell if two-year-old I Did It Again can make a winning debut at Caulfield. Not only does Eurell train the gelding, he also bred him. “It’s nice to see it right from the beginning, all the way through,” Eurell said…. Read More »

     
  • Fourth time lucky for Pop ‘N’ Scotch

    Laurie Daley might still be able to salvage something from his latest trip to Queensland when Pop ‘N’ Scotch runs at the Sunshine Coast. The coach of the defeated NSW Origin team, Daley is a part-owner of the gelding who has run second in the Queensland Cup for the past… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne spring beckons for NZ colt

    New Zealand colt Summer Passage will do his spring racing in Melbourne as connections chase an Australian Group One win. Runner-up to Invader in the ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes during the Sydney autumn carnival, Summer Passage has been back in work with trainers Lance O’Sullivan and Andrew Scott since early… Read More »

     
  • Drop in class and distance for Oink

    Three-year-old Oink will be at the crossroads of his career when he steps out at the Sunshine Coast. Oink was rated one of Queensland’s best three-year-olds coming into the winter after a barnstorming win first-up at Eagle Farm in April. But he subsequently failed to run a place in three… Read More »

     
  • Irish jumps legend Tommy Carberry dies

    Irish jumps racing legend Tommy Carberry has died aged 75. The head of one of Ireland’s leading racing dynasties, Carberry achieved the remarkable feat of winning the Grand National both as a rider and a trainer. He guided L’Escargot to victory over Red Rum in 1975 and saddled Bobbyjo to… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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