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  • NSW greyhound racing suspended for 7 days

    Greyhound Racing NSW say the industry is devastated by the state government’s shock decision to ban the sport and has immediately suspended racing for the next seven days. In a statement released on Thursday, Greyhound Racing NSW said the decision announced by Premier Mike Baird to ban racing from July… Read More »

     
  • Tough Randwick mile could benefit Zayam

    The tough Randwick mile can make or break a horse’s chances. Trainer Matthew Smith is hoping the combination of a heavy track and the famed circuit can benefit Zayam in the Shoot Out Mile at Randwick on Saturday. The former French galloper’s past two wins have been at 1800 and… Read More »

     
  • G1 winner Spillway on comeback trail

    Australian Cup winner Spillway is on the comeback trail after being brought out of a short retirement. Spillway won the 2015 Group One Australian Cup and then suffered a suspensory injury after finishing fourth to stablemate Criterion in the $4 million Queen Elizabeth Stakes in Sydney in April last year…. Read More »

     
  • Rockhampton feature winners to clash

    The clash of Lauterbrunnen and Ruling Force at Doomben highlights the growing strength of the annual central Queensland carnival. Lauterbrunnen, who won the recent Rockhampton Newmarket, and Ruling Force, the Rockhampton Cup winner, will clash in Saturday’s Hogg’s Steaks Open (1600m). Trainer Robert Heathcote, who prepares Lauterbrunnen, said the fact… Read More »

     
  • Brisbane jockeys’ title to go to the wire

    The Brisbane jockeys’s premiership remains on a knife edge with apprentice James Orman’s appeal against a careless riding suspension likely to have a major impact. Jeff Lloyd leads the premiership on 67 winners from Orman on 66 and Jim Byrne on 65-1/2 with seven metropolitan meetings remaining in the season…. Read More »

     
  • Katie Walsh to ride at Ballarat

    Katie Walsh is to follow in the footsteps of her elder brother, Ruby Walsh, and represent Ireland at Ballarat’s inaugural two-day jumps racing festival. Walsh will be part of the Irish team in a four-race Australia-versus-Ireland challenge at the meeting in August. She won the 2015 Irish Grand National and… Read More »

     
  • Phonsie O’Brien remembered fondly

    Charles O’Brien has led the tributes to his uncle Phonsie O’Brien who has died at the age of 86. Phonsie was the seventh and youngest son of Dan O’Brien and the last living brother of the legendary trainer Vincent O’Brien, who died in 2009. A talented jockey who rode many… Read More »

     
  • Chance To Dance favourite for Winter Final

    Imported gelding Chance To Dance is the early favourite for the Listed Winter Championship Series Final at Flemington. The Robert Hickmott-trained Chance To Dance opened at $8 with TAB fixed odds on Wednesday but has tightened to $5.50 with Kenjorwood out from $5 to share the second line with By… Read More »

     
  • Another winner for McDonald in England

    Leading Sydney jockey James McDonald has ridden another winner in England, steering Nile Empress to a comfortable win in a two-year-old maiden. McDonald rode possible Melbourne Cup contender Antiquarium to win last month’s Northumberland Plate and was pleased to win in slightly less glamorous surroundings at Yarmouth. “Everything went really… Read More »

     
  • Beirut makes it three-straight wins

    Henry Dwyer will raise the bar again with Beirut late in the season after the stud-bound mare continued a winning streak at Sandown. Beirut has had six starts since being transferred to Dwyer’s Caulfield stable and has struck winning form of late with Wednesday’s all-the-way success on heavy ground at… Read More »

     
  • Jacquinot Bay after third-straight win

    Veteran Jacquinot Bay will be out to maintain his perfect record in this year’s Winter Championship Series in the Final at Flemington. And his jockey Michael Walker knows the rising nine-year-old will give him everything he has on Saturday. Jacquinot Bay has won two from two this campaign over 1400m… Read More »

     
  • Capitalist’s relative scores at Canterbury

    Two-year-old colt Mediterranean has sailed to a maiden victory to give the Snowden-training partnership another spring carnival contender. Mediterranean cruised past the field as they rounded the turn before being eased down to win the 1200m Tab.Com.Au Handicap at Canterbury on Wednesday. Godolphin horses Saxaphone ($4.60) and Malaise ($21) filled… Read More »

     
  • Hannah’s Wish an emotional winner

    Emotions have run high after Hannah’s Wish scored an impressive win at Eagle Farm. The filly ran up to a good recent win trial when she sat deep for the race but out-slogged Izzah to win Wednesday’s Three-Year-Old Maiden Plate (1200m) by a neck. The filly is named after Hannah… Read More »

     
  • Twin trainers chance for rare quinella

    Identical twin sisters training a quinella might be one of the rarer things to happen on a racecourse. Goulburn trainers Emma and Lucy Longmire could make it happen in Saturday’s Highway Handicap at Randwick. Emma has Thunder Road in the race, while Lucy will saddle up Percivale. Emma says it’s… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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