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  • Serena Bay takes winning form to Rosehill

    With rich sales-restricted two-year-old races approaching, juvenile racing is beginning to sort the contenders from the pretenders. On the Gold Coast there will be $2 million up for grabs in the Magic Millions Classic in January while the $500,000 Inglis Nursery will be run at Randwick on December 17. Trainers… Read More »

  • Tricky Sandown photo gives Martin victory

    Apprentice Jack Martin has had a nervous wait for a photo finish to determine his first city winner for his master Pat Carey. Trainer Luke Oliver and jockey Brad Rawiller asked to view the photo of the finish of Wednesday’s Ridgeview Park Stud Handicap at Sandown. After a five minute… Read More »

  • Farm owner guilty of welfare charges

    The owner of a spelling and agistment farm has been found guilty of animal welfare charges relating to six horses seized from the property west of Port Macquarie. At an inquiry on Tuesday, Racing NSW stewards also issued another charge against Fiona Turner of Gilturn Farm for failing to attend… Read More »

  • Lightly raced Go Public ready for Valley

    Danny O’Brien believes lightly raced colt Go Public has improved since his maiden victory in the bush and is capable of taking another step up at Moonee Valley. Go Public broke his maiden at his third start at Echuca recently and runs in Saturday’s Art Series Hotel Group Handicap (1200m)…. Read More »

  • Rudy’s luck to change at Eagle Farm

    Bad luck at his last start could help the classy Rudy maintain his excellent second-up record at Eagle Farm. Rudy will line up in Saturday’s Listed Recognition Stakes (1400m) as the second topweight with 59.5kg. At his most recent start Rudy carried 61.5kg when he came from near last to… Read More »

  • Trainers to pay to work on Bool beach

    It will cost $250 per horse to train on a Warrnambool beach during the summer months. A compromise reached with local authorities means Warrnambool Racing Club (WRC) has a licence to allow 50 horses a day access to Mills Reef beach at Port Fairy. Exercise at other beach locations will… Read More »

  • Volkstok’n’barrell nearing G1 return

    Triple Group One winner Volkstok’n’barrell and stablemate Hasselhoof will have a race day gallop at Ellerslie before they clash in a Group One race. The two will work out on Saturday ahead of the Captain Cook Stakes at Trentham a week later. Co-trainer Donna Logan said Volkstok’n’barrell, had recovered well… Read More »

  • Jockey breaks leg in trampoline accident

    Chris Meehan, the jockey who made headlines when run over by an ambulance earlier this year, has broken his leg again in a trampoline accident. The Irish rider was in the news in July when the ambulance sent to treat him after a fall at Merano racecourse in Italy reversed… Read More »

  • French jockey sets European record

    Jockey Pierre-Charles Boudot has chalked up a European Flat record with four winners at Chantilly taking him to 275 for the year. Sir Gordon Richards famously set a benchmark of 269 winners in 1947, with German champion Peter Schiergen surpassing that target in 1995 with 271 victories. Sir Tony McCoy’s… Read More »

  • Dunn defeats his fellow apprentices at Moe

    Dylan Dunn has added a win against his fellow Victorian apprentices to his recent overseas success in Abu Dhabi. Last Sunday week Dunn won the Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Apprentice World Championship Final in Abu Dhabi, while on Tuesday he took out the latest heat of the Rising Stars Series… Read More »

  • Brenton Avdulla bounces back with full W’Farm book

    Four days after narrowly avoiding serious injury in a barrier incident at Randwick, leading jockey Brenton Avdulla is ready to tackle a full book of rides at Warwick Farm. Avdulla was taken to hospital after being kicked by Godolphin mare Cottage before the second race at Randwick on Saturday. He… Read More »

  • Black Caviar foal nearing race start

    The first of Black Caviar’s foals is almost ready for the hustle and bustle of a major training centre as she progresses towards her first race start. Oscietra could be seen as early as Friday week if Lindsay Park decide she is forward enough to take part in a Flemington… Read More »

  • Adelaide trainers up in arms over costs

    Leading South Australian trainer Leon Macdonald says the state’s racing industry needs to act to reduce costs or risk losing trainers and horses interstate. A new track fee of $4.40 per horse per day puts Morphettville on a par with Flemington but Adelaide’s prize money returns are around half that… Read More »

  • McEvoy’s 2YOs start northern push to glory

    Trainer Tony McEvoy’s gamble to spend up on yearlings has paid early dividends and now the strong crop of two-year-olds is heading north in search of more success. The first of the stable’s raiders will be Illumicon who is set to debut in Saturday’s Golden Gift (1100m) at Rosehill. McEvoy… Read More »


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