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  • Prince ready to rumble after Melb trip

    Tony Newing isn’t letting the announcement of plans to close Gosford as a training centre distract him from his Randwick mission with Timeless Prince. The 31-year-old, who has 13 horses in work at the NSW Central Coast track, says he hopes a common sense approach will achieve a viable outcome… Read More »

     
  • Vet throws bottle into a skip bin

    A vet has admitted he threw away a bottle of Vitamin Complex the day he found out about positive cobalt readings in horses trained by Danny O’Brien and Mark Kavanagh. Flemington Equine centre vet, Tom Brennan, obtained the substance from a colleague and added it to IV drips used on… Read More »

     
  • Willams to ride for Heathcote in Origin

    Trainer Robert Heathcote is hoping his luck in the jockey draw for the first races in the State of Origin clash transfers to the racetrack. Glen Boss (Queensland), Tye Angland (NSW), Craig Williams (Victoria), and Danielle Johnson (New Zealand) will ride in two special Origin races at Doomben on Saturday…. Read More »

     
  • Johnny Velazquez to ride at Gold Coast

    American Hall of Fame jockey Johnny Velazquez is set to ride at the Magic Millions race day at the Gold Coast. The 44-year-old, who leads the all-time prize money earnings in the United States, is coming to Australia with trainer Graham Motion to see Animal Kingdom’s first foals go through… Read More »

     
  • Gollan to have four in Brisbane Handicap

    Tony Gollan’s summer carnival assault continues with the trainer to saddle up four runners, including new stable recruit First Bloom, in the Listed Brisbane Handicap at Doomben. Gollan will also have Traveston Girl, Best of the Rest and Trakstar in Saturday’s race which is the second leg of the Brisbane… Read More »

     
  • Magic Artist draws inside in Kingston Town

    German horse Magic Artist has drawn barrier one for the Kingston Town Classic in Perth, the final Australian Group One race of the year. Prepared by 2014 Melbourne Cup winning trainer Andreas Wohler, Magic Artist will be ridden by Damien Oliver in the 1800m-race at Ascot on Saturday. Delicacy, last… Read More »

     
  • Vet in cobalt hearing to be cross examined

    Dr Tom Brennan will be cross examined on the third day of the hearing into cobalt charges against Melbourne trainers Mark Kavanagh and Danny O’Brien. The vet has been charged along with O’Brien and Kavanagh over elevated cobalt levels in four O’Brien-trained horses and one from the Kavanagh stable. A… Read More »

     
  • Australian trio land safely in Hong Kong

    Australia’s three runners invited to race during Hong Kong’s International Day have arrived in sound order. Preferment, Criterion and Lucia Valentina were flown from Sydney on Monday to prepare for Hong Kong’s biggest meeting of the year. Trainer Kris Lees said Lucia Valentina had coped well during the flight. “It’s… Read More »

     
  • Vic cobalt vet prepared to ‘cop my whack’

    The vet at the centre of a cobalt hearing into prominent Melbourne trainers Mark Kavanagh and Danny O’Brien has told an inquiry he is prepared to “cop my whack” for his involvement. “As the primary care vet for these two trainers I have let them down,” Dr Tom Brennan the… Read More »

     
  • El Sid out to reward owners’ faith in sire

    A connection to a young stallion trying to make a name in the breeding world could provide an early return for the owners of unraced two-year-old El Sid. El Sid is entered to have his first start at Randwick on Saturday after trainer Anthony Cummings thought it wise to wait… Read More »

     
  • Baroness Zeena chases big payday for Flo

    Trainer Flo Braybrook has only one regret as her tough mare Baroness Zeena heads towards the $100,000 Summer Provincial Series final at Doomben on Saturday. “We left it to the last gasp to get in. The only pity is the final isn’t at Beaudesert because she goes pretty good at… Read More »

     
  • Qld trip on the line for Tried And Tired

    Tried And Tired will be racing for a possible summer trip to Queensland when he returns to racing at Sandown. The Leon and Troy Corstens-trained galloper is the top-weighted galloper in the Listed Doveton Stakes on Saturday. Leon Corstens said the gelding, who hasn’t raced since July, would benefit from… Read More »

     
  • Vet actions deceptive: trainers’ barrister

    Two trainers charged over elevated cobalt readings in their horses were deceived by their vet, an inquiry has been told. Barrister Damian Sheales, representing Mark Kavanagh and Danny O’Brien as they fight cobalt charges before the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board, said the trainers had been misled by Dr Tom… Read More »

     
  • Quinton apprentice set for Sydney debut

    Apprentice Andrew Adkins will ease his way into Sydney racing with two Canterbury rides as he makes his metropolitan debut for new master Ron Quinton. The leading junior rider on country NSW tracks last season, Adkins’ indentures have been transferred from Port Macquarie trainer Marc Quinn to follow a long… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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