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  • Trainer surprised by Melbourne Cup favouritism

    Irish trainer Willie Mullins says he is surprised to hear Wicklow Brave is at the head of Melbourne Cup markets after his St Leger win in Ireland over one-time favourite Order Of St George. Order Of St George was given equal topweight of 58kg with 2014 winner Protectionist when Melbourne… Read More »

     
  • McCall looking to Colour Charge to step up

    Consistent gelding Colour Charge has shaken off his injury problems and is set to propel his trainer Natalie McCall back into the limelight at Eagle Farm. A last-start Sunshine Coast winner, Colour Charge makes his metropolitan open company debut in Saturday’s Spring Carnival Hcp (1830m). He has been consistent for… Read More »

     
  • Trainers blocked from Warrnambool dunes

    Warrnambool trainers have been blocked from using one of their best weapons in the preparation of their racehorses. The sand dunes at Levys Point are off limits following advice to the Warrnambool City Council from Aboriginal Victoria there were Aboriginal Protected places in the area. Jane Baker, secretary of the… Read More »

     
  • Strong trials prime Takedown for G2 Shorts

    For a horse no one thought would amount to much, Takedown has been a revelation. Widden Stud’s Antony Thompson and Rob and Deb Anderson bred and own Takedown, but he was never expected to be a three-time Group Three winner and collect more than $500,000 in stakes by the end… Read More »

     
  • Buffering gearing up for Melbourne

    Star sprinter Buffering will attempt to win his fourth Moir Stakes later this month without another barrier trial. Buffering was brilliant winning a trial at Doomben last week when he clocked close to a course record time for the 1000 metres. It was his first serious hit-out since he was… Read More »

     
  • Places at a premium for Caulfield Cup run

    The battle is hotting up to gain a start in the Caulfield Cup. It gathers momentum on Saturday at Caulfield where the winner of the Group Three Naturalism Stakes is guaranteed a start in next month’s 2400m handicap. Of the 28 horses nominated for the Naturalism (2000m), only Great Esteem… Read More »

     
  • Golden Slipper winner Stratum dies

    Golden Slipper winner and successful sire Stratum has died suddenly at Widden Stud of a heart attack. Trained by Paul Perry to win the 2005 Golden Slipper, Stratum began standing at Widden in the Hunter Valley the following year. He was the champion first season sire and champion two-year-old sire… Read More »

     
  • Jockey takes up new career in real estate

    The aches and pains associated with being a jockey has resulted in Dale Smith retiring from the saddle. After 20 years of booting home winners on racetracks around Australia, Smith will now work in real estate. “Over the past 20 years of riding, all the injuries have come to a… Read More »

     
  • Bacarella trying for Tea Rose turnaround

    While gallant in defeat after leading during the Furious Stakes, cover could be the key to Bacarella’s bid to turn the tables on Foxplay in the Tea Rose Stakes. The Gary Moore-trained Bacarella took up the running at her last start in the Group Two Furious Stakes at Randwick but… Read More »

     
  • Full house expected at Werribee for spring

    Racing Victoria’s international scout Leigh Jordon is expecting the house full sign to be posted at the Werribee quarantine centre for the spring carnival. Jordon says the two quarantine stables can house 24 horses, eight in one barn and 16 in the other. The first lot of international horses, which… Read More »

     
  • Winx odds-on to make it 11 straight

    Winx is destined go to her next start at the same sort of odds Black Caviar did in many of her races but trainer Chris Waller plays down any comparison between the two mares. Although Winx is attracting a public following and is odds-on to be named Australia’s champion for… Read More »

     
  • 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 »

     
 
 
 

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