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  • Chris Waller with 13 hopes to break record

    High Mist will be Chris Waller’s first chance to get one of the two wins he needs to break his own Sydney training record. The two-year-old colt is one of 13 runners Sydney’s premier stable is set to saddle up in the final metropolitan meeting of the season at Rosehill… Read More »

     
  • Trackwork rider injured in head-on crash

    Trackwork rider Kate Nipperess is in hospital with suspected multiple fractures after a two-horse collision at Warwick Farm. Nipperess was riding pacework on the training track on Thursday morning when a riderless horse crashed into her mount, Racing NSW chief steward Marc Van Gestel said in a statement. Nipperess is… Read More »

     
  • Eurell excited to move into new stabling

    Cox Plate-winning trainer Greg Eurell is attacking the new season with renewed optimism having moved most of his horses into state-of-the-art stables at Cranbourne. Most of Eurell’s team settled in on Monday. “There’s 60 boxes there for us,” Eurell said. “We’re right beside the swimming pool. We’ve got a treadmill,… Read More »

     
  • Josh Parr returns a winner at Gosford

    Josh Parr has made an immediate return to the winner’s circle after months on the sidelines recovering from hip surgery. The Group One winning rider steered the Norm Rogers-trained Alaskan Wolf to win at Gosford on Thursday, his first ride since December last year. “”It’s been a long time. I’m… Read More »

     
  • Cummings Dynasty to continue at Rosehill

    Cummings Dynasty to continue at Rosehill

    As the season draws to a close, the latest chapter in Australian racing’s most iconic dynasty has been written. After the death of his legendary grandfather Bart in August, fourth generation trainer James Cummings took over the famous Randwick stables in his own right. The fittingly named Ruling Dynasty will… Read More »

     
  • Brave Ali can delay retirement at Doomben

    The racing future of veteran Brave Ali goes on the line when he races at Doomben. The rising 10-year-old runs in Saturday’s Open Handicap (2200m) with trainer Tony Gollan saying he may not be ready to retire just yet. But Gollan admits Brave Ali has to improve on his last-start… Read More »

     
  • Qld trainer fined for anti-bleeding agent

    Queensland trainer Greg Cornish has been fined $7000 after he pleaded guilty to administering a prohibited substance to his racehorse Moonlight Nova at a NSW meeting. Tranexamic acid, an anti-bleeding agent, was detected in the mare’s urine sample following her win in a Benchmark 60 Handicap at Ballina on January… Read More »

     
  • Yasnat heads to Caulfield to extend streak

    Caulfield has won out over Rosehill for promising Canberra-trained filly Yasnat. Trainer Matthew Dale had the three-year-old entered in both Melbourne and Sydney looking to increase her winning streak to four. Yasnat is unbeaten in three runs for Dale after beginning her career with Caulfield trainer Mick Price. Dale said… Read More »

     
  • Liam Birchley looking towards Golden Rose

    O’Reilly Cyrus is back in Brisbane from a long break in New Zealand and trainer Liam Birchley is hoping the filly can earn a start in the Group One Golden Rose. She won her only Australian start at Doomben in December and Birchley then took her to New Zealand for… Read More »

     
  • Punctured lung for jockey Patrick Keane

    Jockey Patrick Keane has suffered a punctured lung in a race fall at Sandown. Keane and apprentice Jake Bayliss were taken to the Alfred Hospital after they both came down in a race on Wednesday. “Patrick Keane has got a punctured lung. From the time he fell he was complaining… Read More »

     
  • Mahuta early favourite for Bletchingly Stakes

    Mahuta early favourite for Bletchingly Stakes

    Multiple stakes-winning colt Mahuta is the early favourite to take out the final Group race of the season. The Darren Weir-trained Mahuta resumes from a spell in Saturday’s Group Three Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield and is at $3.40 in an early market, just ahead of Fast `N’ Rocking at $3.80…. Read More »

     
  • Michelle Payne fall an accident: stewards

    Michelle Payne fall an accident: stewards

    The fall in which Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne suffered a serious injury has been judged an accident. Payne needed pancreatic surgery after the fall at Mildura on May 23. Victorian stewards completed their inquiry on Wednesday and determined they could not attribute carelessness to any rider and declared the… Read More »

     
  • Stewards adjourn inquiry into Sandown fall

    Stewards have adjourned an inquiry into a fall at Sandown that has put two jockeys in hospital. Apprentice Jake Bayliss and senior rider Patrick Keane were taken to Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital for assessment following the fall on Wednesday. Bayliss fell first on Bonnie Belle in the 1600-metre race with Keane… Read More »

     
  • Waller edges closer to training record

    Chris Waller’s quest to break his own metropolitan training record will go down to the wire. Sydney’s premier trainer notched two more victories for the 2015/16 season at Canterbury on Wednesday thanks to late season two-year-old Overstep and English import Quick Defence. Those horses took Waller’s season tally to 166,… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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