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  • British jumps title goes down to the wire

    Willie Mullins appears to be going all out to land a first British trainers’ jumps championship with Vautour entered in the Bet365 Chase at Sandown. The multiple Irish champion, Mullins has fallen STG45,380 ($A83,649) behind defending titleholder Paul Nicholls who sent out eight winners over the weekend. Saturday’s Sandown meeting… Read More »

     
  • Stockdale cleared of serious injuries

    Victorian apprentice Brandon Stockdale has spent the night in hospital following a fall at Mornington. The 17-year-old suffered concussion and a fractured shoulder blade but all other scans were clear. Stockdale fell from Oncebittentwiceshy on the home turn in a race on Monday with the horse having to be put… Read More »

     
  • Under The Lovre heads Bel Esprit weights

    Multiple Group One placegetter Under The Louvre heads the weights for an easier stakes race at Caulfield. Placed in three Group One races during 2015, Under The Louvre is down to have his first run back from a spell in the Listed Bel Esprit Stakes (1100m) on Saturday. Under The… Read More »

     
  • McAlpine family continues to breed winners

    Eureka Stud’s McAlpine clan looks to have a couple of handy possible replacements for recently retired Group One winners Tinto and Temple Of Boom. Studmaster Scott McAlpine raced star sprinter Temple of Boom and his wife Grania owned top mare Tinto who were both retired this year. The McAlpines were… Read More »

     
  • Unequivocal on trial for Queensland trip

    Stable star Famous Seamus has shown trainer Noel Mayfield-Smith he is ready for his upcoming Brisbane campaign with a barrier trial win at Hawkesbury. And his stablemate Unequivocal can join him on the float trip to Queensland with a good performance at Rosehill on Saturday. The mare beat Danish Twist… Read More »

     
  • Apprentice in hospital after fall

    Apprentice jockey Brandon Stockdale has been taken to Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital following a fall in the final race at Mornington. Stockdale fell from Oncebittentwiceshy on the home turn in the Window Warehouse Handicap on Monday. The Victorian Jockeys Association said Stockdale was conscious, had full movement of his arms and… Read More »

     
  • Vanbrugh to be spelled with spring in mind

    Group One winning-colt Vanbrugh will be kept to middle-distance racing in the spring with the Epsom Handicap a goal. Trainer Chris Waller said Vanbrugh would not continue his autumn campaign into the winter and would head to the spelling paddock. His four-year-old season will begin with a similar preparation to… Read More »

     
  • Blake Shinn prepares for HK assignment

    Blake Shinn has taken a few days off from Sydney racing to prepare for an important overseas assignment. This year’s Golden Slipper winning jockey, Shinn is in Hong Kong to get acquainted with Helene Happy Star who he rides in Sunday’s QEII Cup (2000m) at Sha Tin. Shinn rode the… Read More »

     
  • Pretty Possum chasing maiden city success

    Country trainer Russell Osborne is hoping to kill two birds with one stone when Pretty Possum runs at Caulfield. Victory in the Listed Bel Esprit Stakes (1100m) on Saturday would not only give Pretty Possum a much sought-after stakes win but also her first city success. The rising seven-year-old has… Read More »

     
  • Colic ends jumps campaign for Now And Zen

    Promising hurdler Now And Zen has undergone surgery for colic, ruling him out of the remainder of the jumps season. The Darren Weir-trained jumper was being prepared for the Galleywood Hurdle over 3200m on May 4, the middle day of the three-day Warrnambool carnival. He took a step towards that… Read More »

     
  • Songbird to miss the Kentucky Oaks

    Champion filly Songbird has been ruled out of the Kentucky Oaks with a low-grade fever for which she is being treated. Undefeated in seven starts including the Santa Anita Oaks on April 9, Songbird was the highest-ranked three-year-old on 120 in the latest world rankings released last week. Trainer Jerry… Read More »

     
  • Darley announce new season stallion fees

    The recently-retired Exosphere will stand at Darley Stud for $27,500 in the coming season. The Group One winning-colt will stand at Kelvinside in the NSW Hunter Valley alongside his sire Lonhro. Shuttle stallions Exceed And Excel and Medaglia D’Oro head the Darley stallion roster with both standing at $110,000. Teofilo,… Read More »

     
  • Skye Bogenhuber to appeal 2-month ban

    Skye Bogenhuber will appeal a two month-suspension for her ride on Happy Event in the Dalrello Stakes at Toowoomba. Bogenhuber vigorously defended the charge in a hearing on Saturday but Queensland stewards found she failed to make sufficient effort to restrain Happy Event at the 900m mark and allowed the… Read More »

     
  • Sydney autumn carnival in review

    A LOOK AT THE SYDNEY AUTUMN CARNIVAL GROUP ONE WINNERS Chipping Norton Stakes: Winx Randwick Guineas: Le Romain Canterbury Stakes: Holler Coolmore Classic: Peeping The Galaxy: Griante Rosehill Guineas: Tarzino Ranvet Stakes: The United States George Ryder Stakes: Winx Golden Slipper Stakes: Capitalist Vinery Stud Stakes: Single Gaze The BMW:… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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