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  • Williams joins Mertens in premiership lead

    Rising four-year-old Brahmos has played his part in Craig Williams’ premiership push with a win on debut at Sandown. Williams’ victory on the John Sadler-trained Brahmos on Wednesday has taken him to a share of the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership lead alongside apprentice Beau Mertens with three meetings remaining. Mertens had… Read More »

     
  • Win to savour for Blaike McDougall

    While Hugh Bowman and Brenton Avdulla remain in a holding pattern in the Sydney jockey’s premiership race, Blaike McDougall has nailed what he hopes will be a significant win at Warwick Farm. Suspension-prone McDougall saluted for just the second time in 50 starts after piloting Akasaki to the post in… Read More »

     
  • Lion Couchant source of pride for Potowski

    Lion Couchant has clawed himself back from a near-death experience and he continues to surprise Hawkesbury trainer Ethne Potowski. The six-year-old gelding was perilously close to being euthanised four years ago as a crippling case of laminitis left him practically immobile, and in pain. “He was pretty bad. He couldn’t… Read More »

     
  • Black-type races run at risk of downgrade

    A defining moment in Australian racing is shaping after Racing NSW’s announcement of date changes to black-type races this spring. Earlier this month RNSW announced a date shift for the Hill Stakes (1800m) and the Craven Plate (2000m) which will go head-to-head with the Underwood Stakes and Caulfield Stakes in… Read More »

     
  • Stewart’s winning run continues

    Jockey Brad Stewart has continued to reap the benefits of his hard work ethic bringing up his 11th winner in a week on promising Mishani Sleuth at Doomben. Stewart’s run started with a double at Doomben on July 12, and was followed a treble at Rockhampton the next day, a… Read More »

     
  • Murray Baker to have big spring team

    The man who has trained the most Australian Group One winners from a New Zealand base is gearing up for another carnival assault. Murray Baker, who now trains in partnership with Andrew Forsman, celebrated his 20th Australian Group One win when Bonneval claimed the Oaks in Sydney in April. Bonneval… Read More »

     
  • Fully Maxed storms home for Sandown win

    As Shane Nichols prepares I Am A Star for another big spring, a stablemate of the Group One winner has started to live up to his trainer’s opinion with a fast-finishing win at Sandown. Two-year-old Fully Maxed firmed from $31 to $14 for Wednesday’s Yarramalong Racing Club Handicap (1000m) and… Read More »

     
  • Cruising Speed on track for Tatt’s Mile

    Cruising Speed can put the icing on a great season for Ontrack Racing syndicates if she wins the Listed Tattersall’s Mile at Doomben. Gold Coast-based Ontrack Racing is one of the bigger syndication companies in Australia and is best known for the Group One-winning sprinter Brazen Beau who is now… Read More »

     
  • Marenostro stays home in bid to find form

    Chris Waller has opted not to send Marenostro north to chase more black-type at Doomben, hoping the durable gelding can find form in the familiar surrounds of Sydney. A first Queensland road trip was on the drawing board for the six-year-old when Sydney’s premier trainer nominated Marenostro for the Listed… Read More »

     
  • Boiling water burns apprentice at Sandown

    A mishap with a bucket of boiling water has ended the day for apprentice Brandon Stockdale at Sandown. The apprentice suffered a scalded arm after spilling boiling water in the jockeys room and was treated on course before being transported to hospital in considerable pain. Stockdale, who has been suffering… Read More »

     
  • Less travel for Zero ahead of Flemington

    Lindsay Park has stepped away from its usual protocol with evergreen galloper Extra Zero ahead of a 2000m-handicap at Flemington. Instead of returning the rising 11-year-old to Euroa in country Victoria, the stable elected to leave Extra Zero at its Flemington base after his last-start second on July 8. Co-trainer… Read More »

     
  • Tivoli Street finds route to maiden win

    Tivoli Street has finally found the right road home at Warwick Farm to open his account at his eighth attempt for Sydney’s premier trainer Chris Waller. The gelding spearheaded a stable trifecta in the 3YO Maiden (1400m) on Wednesday as Sacred Edge and Eight Over filled the minor placings. A… Read More »

     
  • Chris Munce gets Doomben double

    Trainer Chris Munce has cemented his association with trail blazing Australian syndicator Shelley Hancox with two-year-old Johnny Whitesox bringing up an early Doomben double for the stable. Johnny Whitesox ($6) sat outside the leader and came away in the straight for an impressive win in Wednesday’s Intrust Super Two-Year-Old Hcp… Read More »

     
  • Jockey starts three month weight-loss mission

    Ben Melham has already begun a three-month mission to strip his body weight to 51kg to ride Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign in the inaugural $10 million Everest. The Melbourne rider has committed to a program to partner the Gary Portelli-trained filly at the light weight in Australia’s richest… Read More »