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  • Beadman celebrates first win for Godolphin

    Darren Beadman is figuratively back in the saddle, taking little time to prepare his first winner as Godolphin’s interim trainer in Australia. A two-time winning Melbourne Cup jockey, Beadman was confirmed as John O’Shea’s Godolphinn replacement last weekend. In his first metropolitan meeting at Canterbury on Wednesday, Beadman watched on… Read More »

     
  • Prue’s Angel revives memories for Gollan

    Memories of his best day at the races came flooding back for premier trainer Tony Gollan when first starter Prue’s Angel scored an upset win at Ipswich on Wednesday. Prue’s Angel ($8) sped out of the extreme outside barrier to lead all the way and beat the favourite Heart of… Read More »

     
  • Evil Cry chasing first win at Caulfield

    Trainer Robbie Laing is hoping a post-autumn carnival campaign for Evil Cry can provide a launching pad to the spring for the rising three-year-old. Evil Cry, who was bought for $300,000 as a yearling, finished among the tailenders on debut in the Inglis Premier (1200m) at Caulfield in February with… Read More »

     
  • Four Sisters claims special Sandown win

    Trainer Mick Kent has shared in the special victory of Four Sisters at Sandown. Kent prepares the daughter of Authorised for his daughters Madeline, Gabriella, Stephanie and Danielle who claimed their maiden city success in the Schweppes Handicap on Wednesday. Madeline and Gabriella were on course to see the four-year-old… Read More »

     
  • Beadman chases Scone Cup win after breakthrough

    Darren Beadman likes his chances of parlaying midweek success into an even more significant victory before he completes his first week in charge of Godolphin’s Australian stable. Named to replace John O’Shea as interim trainer for Godolphin’s string of racehorses from last Monday, Beadman trained his first winner for the… Read More »

     
  • Takedown all clear for Doomben 10,000 bid

    Star sprinter Takedown is fit to run in the Group One Doomben 10,000 after a throat scope was shown to be clear earlier this week. The winner of seven races and $1.5 million in prize money, Takedown’s two runs since returning from racing in Hong Kong last year have been… Read More »

     
  • Russian Revolution draws five in 10,000

    Doomben 10,000 favourite Russian Revolution has drawn well in barrier five of 15 for the first Group One race of the Brisbane winter carnival. Last year’s winner Music Magnate will jump from seven on Saturday while Fell Swoop has fared badly in 14. Takedown has the outside alley while Japonisme… Read More »

     
  • Always Dreaming checks into Pimlico

    Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming has arrived at Pimlico ahead of his bid for the Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the triple crown. The colt was in excellent spirits after travelling from Churchill Downs in Kentucky to Baltimore on Tuesday (Wednesday AEST). Always Dreaming was accompanied by assistant trainer… Read More »

     
  • Trainer suffers multiple collarbone breaks

    Injured Hawkesbury trainer Jason Attard has multiple fractures to his collarbone after a trackwork fall. Attard was hurt on Tuesday when an unraced two-year-old he was riding broke down. Tests revealed his injuries are not as serious as first feared and he will be further assessed next week to determine… Read More »

     
  • Nichols Canyon ruled out of Nashville

    Irish jumper Nichols Canyon will miss the chance to win a $US500,000 bonus after suffering an injury on the trip to America for the Grade One Calvin Houghland Iroquois. The seven-year-old was a likely favourite for the three-mile (3600m) hurdle event after winning the Stayers’ Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival…. Read More »

     
  • Dwyer runners stretched over the country

    Melbourne trainer Henry Dwyer will have runners at four venues in three states this weekend and admits it hasn’t been easy finding riders. He said the problem was compounded with feature meetings in Adelaide, Brisbane and Scone. “It’s been a nightmare trying to get someone for Snitty Kitty at Scone,”… Read More »

     
  • The Monstar to savage Doomben 10,000

    Rain in Brisbane has prompted a change of plans for The Monstar who will be given his chance at Group One level in the Doomben 10,000. Trainer Brett Cavanough, who recently relocated his stable from Albury to Scone, also had the sprinter entered for the Ortensia Stakes on Saturday on… Read More »

     
  • Famous Seamus to go the extra mile

    Group One regular Famous Seamus has certainly gone the distance in a career spanning 57 starts and now, in the twilight of his racing life, he is being challenged to go the extra mile. For only the second time in a competitive streak that started with a win on debut… Read More »

     
  • Queensland Derby goal for Garbhan

    Garbhan’s first exposure to elite company has convinced Mitch Newman the Queensland Derby is a viable target for the star of his stable. Eagle Farm on June 10 always looked enticing for the Hawkesbury trainer, and Garbhan’s fourth in the Group Two Tulloch Stakes (2000m) at Rosehill on March 25… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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