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  • Winx the undoubted star of the autumn

    While the Sydney autumn carnival was the stepping stone to greatness for Winx, her trainer Chris Waller admits to a couple of disappointments. Waller was the leading trainer with four Group One wins, three courtesy of the Cox Plate winner. Her Doncaster Mile victory impressed the international handicappers enough for… Read More »

     
  • Noblet fillies chasing Adelaide wins

    Melbourne filly Super Cash will make her second interstate trip this month when she travels to Adelaide for the Redelva Stakes. Trained by Andrew Noblet, Super Cash made her Sydney debut when fifth in the P J Bell Stakes at Randwick on the opening day of The Championships. Noblet is… Read More »

     
  • Royal Ascot still possible for Kermadec

    A stud deal is imminent for Group One winner Kermadec who could still round out his career at Royal Ascot. Kermadec and his Chris Waller-trained stablemate Press Statement both ran in Saturday’s All Aged Stakes with a view to travelling to England for the famous June carnival. While third-placed Kermadec… Read More »

     
  • Scarlet Billows to chase interstate G1s

    Scarlet Billows will go chasing a Group One win before her retirement at the end of the season. The Darren Weir-trained mare will head to Adelaide for her next outing before going to Brisbane to see out her racing career. The daughter of Street Boss will have her next start… Read More »

     
  • Eagle on his way to the Queensland Derby

    Queensland Derby hopeful Eagle Way has made an impressive return away from the glare of metropolitan racing. Eagle Way, who won three times during the summer, finished second to the handy Doughty in a benchmark 75 race at the Gold Coast on Saturday. Trainer Bryan Guy couldn’t have been happier… Read More »

     
  • Fell Swoop being readied for Brisbane

    Fell Swoop’s quest for a Group One win will continue in Brisbane. The four-year-old has been runner-up twice at the highest level this year and trainer Matthew Dale has earmarked four races during the Queensland carnival beginning with the Group Two Victory Stakes on April 30 at Doomben. He will… Read More »

     
  • Protectionist close to race return

    The forgiving nature of European training tracks has the 2014 Melbourne Cup winner Protectionist on the verge of a comeback to racing. Protectionist hasn’t been seen since finishing down the course in last year’s Caulfield Cup, but he is coming to hand for a northern hemisphere summer campaign under German… Read More »

     
  • Bowman, Bell front stipes over exchange

    Jockeys Hugh Bowman and Mitchell Bell have engaged in a heated exchange after crossing the finish line in the Hall Mark Stakes. Bell was suspended for four meetings for careless riding aboard Artlee after he was in a bumping duel with Bowman’s mount Target In Sight in the straight. “We… Read More »

     
  • Mission accomplished in Precious Gem win

    Trainer Henry Dwyer completed the job his owners wanted him to do when Precious Gem scored a black-type win at Caulfield. Precious Gem was sent to Dwyer’s Caulfield stable with the aim of collecting a stakes victory before her retirement retirement. Dwyer achieved that goal with Precious Gem taking out… Read More »

     
  • Guardini gets first Australian win in G3

    Guardini’s first win in Australia has given trainer Lee Freedman something to celebrate at Randwick. Malaguerra was a disappointing sixth in the Group One All Aged Stakes in the major race on the card. But Guardini, who has raced in France, Germany and the United States, gave the Freedman stable… Read More »

     
  • English wins last G1 race of Sydney autumn

    It wouldn’t be a Sydney autumn without Gai Waterhouse training a Group One winner. But she cut it fine, waiting until Saturday and the All Aged Stakes to put her name on the honour roll with English in the final Group One race of the carnival at Randwick. Runner-up to… Read More »

     
  • Miss Promiscuity sprints to Caulfield win

    Miss Promiscuity has beaten a field that included a Newmarket Handicap winner to cap a successful day for Lindsay Park. The mare’s victory in Saturday’s $250,000 VOBIS Gold Sprint brought up a Caulfield treble for Lindsay Park trainers David Hayes and Tom Dabernig after two-year-old Valliano claimed the $150,000 VOBIS… Read More »

     
  • Sears makes right Choice in Weetwood win

    Much-travelled galloper Choice Bro helped trainer Tony Sears fulfil a training ambition when he stormed home to win the $150,000 Listed Weetwood Handicap. Sears went to Toowoomba on Saturday with three runners in the race and Choice Bro ($15) was the outsider of the trio. However, Choice Bro, who finished… Read More »

     
  • Music Magnate hits right note in sprint

    Jockey Brenton Avdulla thought Music Magnate had been beaten in the Hall Mark Stakes. How happy he was to be wrong. Music Magnate’s head bobbed to fend off the fast-finishing Knoydart and win the Group Three race at Randwick on Saturday. The judge took his time separating the pair and… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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