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  • Laming happy with Wellington Cup hope

    Telegraph Handicap contender Odyssey Moon will not be the only Australian-trained horse chasing feature race success at Trentham in New Zealand this weekend. The Robert Smerdon-trained Odyssey Moon has drawn wide but is at single figure odds for Saturday’s Group One Telegraph (1200m), while in the Group Three Wellington Cup… Read More »

     
  • Paradis Imperial heads to Brisbane

    Two-year-old fillies can be notoriously finicky eaters but central Queensland trainer Tony McMahon has the opposite problem with unbeaten Paradis Imperial. The youngster will be attempting to make it five wins from five starts when she contests the QTIS Two-Year-Old (1200m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Paradis Imperial started $17… Read More »

     
  • Ljung to see doctor before rides again

    Apprentice Emma Ljung will need a medical clearance before she takes her mounts at Eagle Farm with stewards concerned about her health. Ljung, who has a full book of eight rides on Saturday, was treated for heat stroke at Ipswich races last Saturday. She was cleared to ride at Doomben… Read More »

     
  • Apprentice to ride Heartbreak City

    Claiming apprentice Donagh Meyler has been given the opportunity aboard Melbourne Cup runner-up Heartbreak City for his return over hurdles at Leopardstown. Heartbreak City will make his first appearance since his narrow defeat in Melbourne when he runs as favourite in the Coral.ie Hurdle on Sunday. “Donagh is as good… Read More »

     
  • UAE trainer outed for 2 years for cobalt

    A trainer in the United Arab Emirates has been disqualified for two years for a cobalt offence. Majed Al Jahouri pleaded guilty to a charge of presenting and racing a horse at Al Ain in Abu Dhabi on November 18 which was subsequently found to have a cobalt level in… Read More »

     
  • Wide draw for Odyssey Moon in Telegraph Handicap

    Australian sprinter Odyssey Moon will have to overcome a wide barrier to win the Group One Telegraph Handicap in New Zealand. Odyssey Moon came up with barrier 19 in the field of 18 plus three emergencies for Saturday’s Group One sprint over 1200m at Trentham. The Robert Smerdon-trained entire, to… Read More »

     
  • British racing 2nd most attended sport

    Racing has regained its place as the second-best attended sport in Britain. In 2015, racing was third behind football and rugby, with the Rugby World Cup hosted in Britain that year, despite over six million people making a trip to the track. Last year more than 5.98 million people attended… Read More »

     
  • Mixed day for jockeys in Warwick Farm heat

    Hailed as heroes, suspended and exhausted, jockeys have felt the full spectrum of racing in testing conditions at Warwick Farm. Blake Shinn landed himself in hot water for his ride on Ignite The Light in Wednesday’s first race. While the James Cummings-trained colt Gauguin won the race to put himself… Read More »

     
  • Thompson, Cartwright suspended at Sandown

    Ben Thompson has made it five city wins from the past two meetings with a winning double at Sandown, but the in-form apprentice has had his day soured by a careless riding suspension. His seven-meeting means he will miss an important ride in Thursday week’s Blue Diamond Fillies Preview aboard… Read More »

     
  • Crocodile Rock impresses Melham at Sandown

    Lightly raced import Crocodile Rock has shown his class with a convincing victory at Sandown and jockey Ben Melham has predicted he will win better races. Racing in the colours of prominent owner Lloyd Williams, the five-year-old was having just his third Australian start and fifth of his career in… Read More »

     
  • Stable trifecta at Doomben for Tony Gollan

    Tony Gollan’s pre-race tip has been proved correct with centimetres separating his three stable runners in a maiden at Doomben. Luna Fiore ($10) beat Scarlet Begonias ($3.80) by a nose with Don’t Tell Da Wife ($3) completing the Gollan trifecta a short half head back. Gollanpredicted the trio would go… Read More »

     
  • Burning Front heads VOBIS Gold Star field

    Last year’s winner Burning Front headlines the field for the $100,000 VOBIS Gold Star at Moonee Valley and on ratings he is the horse to beat again. With a handicap rating of 103, The Darren Weir-trained gelding is nine points above his nearest rival in the field for Saturday’s 1500m… Read More »

     
  • Ecuador kept fresh for Carrington Stakes

    While a stayer racing over 1400 metres second-up would often be discounted as a winning chance, Ecuador’s record at the trip is imposing. The horse is on a path back to races over 2000m and above, distances at which he has won stakes races, but boasts three victories and two… Read More »

     
  • Luck finally goes with Snitzkraft

    Smart-two-year old Snitzkraft missed Magic Millions day but has shown he is a winter carnival hope with a runaway win at Doomben. Snitzkraft ($1.30) gave jockey Luke Dittman an armchair ride to score by 8-1/4 lengths in Wednesday’s QTIS Two-Year-Old Plate (1200m) at Doomben. The Snitzel colt was bred by… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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