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  • Mishani Bullitt to carry full weight

    Promising colt Mishani Bullitt’s reputation as a tricky horse means he will carry his full handicap of 59kg at Doomben with trainer Chris Anderson resisting the temptation to put a claiming apprentice on the three-year-old. Anderson accepted with Mishani Bullitt in Saturday’s Three-Year-Old Handicap (1350m) and the Class Three Plate… Read More »

  • Life Less Ordinary faces acid test

    Life Less Ordinary has an opportunity to mark himself down for an above average spring campaign if his promising transition from English racing continues at Randwick. Chris Waller welcomed the six-year-old gelding to his Rosehill stable a year ago and after an acclimatisation process, Life Less Ordinary had a three-race… Read More »

  • Improved run expected from Seaburge

    Seaburge is one of the outsiders for the Makybe Diva Stakes but trainer David Hayes expects the four-year-old to run better than his price suggests. The Lindsay Park stable has two runners in Saturday’s Group One 1600m-race at Flemington with Seaburge joined by Melbourne Cup hope Ventura Storm. Seaburge is… Read More »

  • Gelding could be good for Millions

    Improved stayer Ingeegoodbe gets his chance to prove he is Magic Millions material when he races at Doomben. Ingeegoodbe, who is named after an area in the Snowy Mountains, has won his past three starts over middle distances. He strikes a good field of Brisbane stayers in the Bentley’s Chartered… Read More »

  • First spring internationals in quarantine

    Twenty one horses have entered quarantine in the northern hemisphere in preparation for the Melbourne spring carnival. Sixteen are at Newmarket in England and four are at Coolmore’s Ballydoyle facility in Ireland. Japanese horse Admire Deus. who will be trained by Darren Weir in Australia, has been quarantined for four… Read More »

  • Horse travel bans between Aust and HK

    New restrictions on horse movement between Australia and Hong Kong threaten Australian participation in international events in the Asian racing capital. The Hong Kong Jockey Club has expressed its disappointment at the decision by the Australian Government’s Department of Agriculture and Water Resources to suspend horse movement pending a review… Read More »

  • Chautauqua ‘Houdini’ the grey flash

    The world’s highest-rated sprinter Chautauqua has been described as “a freak” by co-trainer Michael Hawkes ahead of his return at Randwick. “With Winx you know what you’re going to get,” Hawkes told reporters on Thursday. “Whereas with our bloke it’s a bit different because he’s a bit like a Harry… Read More »

  • Almandin on track for second Melbourne Cup tilt

    Part-owner Nick Williams says Almandin is ticking over perfectly in his preparation for a tilt at a second Melbourne Cup. Almandin makes his second appearance this spring in Saturday’s Listed JRA Trophy (2500m) at Flemington where he is scheduled to be joined by five of his Robert Hickmott-trained stablemates. This… Read More »

  • New home with a similar feel for WA star

    Despite being almost 3500 kilometres from home, West Australian Scales Of Justice doesn’t feel out of place at trainer Darren Weir’s Warrnambool base. Jarrod McLean, in charge of the Warrnambool operation for Weir, is hosting the Perth galloper and trainer Lindsey Smith for the spring. Smith provided accommodation for Weir… Read More »

  • Viridine poised for black-type debut

    Godolphin colt Viridine has been challenged to make the step up to black-type racing at Randwick and preserve his unbeaten record when his spring campaign gets underway. The three-year-old has previously handled Saturday class racing with back-to-back wins at Rosehill in May, but Godolphin head trainer James Cummings admitted the… Read More »

  • Metson faces stakes test at second start

    Caulfield Guineas hopes for debut winner Metson will be put to the test when the gelding faces the current favourite for the $2 million race in a lead-up at Flemington. The Mike Moroney-trained Metson won a 1300m-Cranbourne maiden by 4-1/2 lengths on a heavy track late last month and steps… Read More »

  • Some key points about the George Main Stakes

    GEORGE MAIN STAKES 1600m, $500,000, weight-for-age HISTORY * First run in 1945 when won by Modulation * Group One race from 1980. Run at Warwick Farm in 1983 and 2001. * George Moore won the race nine times between 1949 and 1971 * Tommy Smith trained 12 winners between 1953… Read More »

  • Birthday girl Winx shoots for 20th win

    Winx has been described as “picture perfect” by trainer Chris Waller on the mare’s sixth birthday ahead of her shot at a 20th straight win at Randwick. Winx has drawn barrier one in the George Main Stakes where she will again be up against Red Excitement on Saturday after powering… Read More »

  • Stakes race debut for unbeaten Esperance

    The Danehill Stakes at Flemington will determine how far into the spring unbeaten Godolphin three-year-old Esperance heads. Esperance steps out for the first time in a stakes race on Saturday following wins at Echuca and Sandown. Trainer James Cummings says Esperance is loaded with ability but racing is all a… Read More »

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