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  • Baker has massive assault on Millions

    Bjorn Baker is set to confirm his rating as an elite trainer with one of the biggest ever assaults on Magic Millions day at the Gold Coast. The Sydney trainer will saddle Winning Rupert (Gold Coast Guineas), Goodfella (Magic Millions Classic), Egyptian Symbol (Magic Millions fillies and mares), Dot Painting… Read More »

     
  • Madeenaty to continue Wyong tradition

    Expensive filly Madeenaty is set to continue the recent run of Wyong Magic Millions Two-Year-Old winners at the Gold Coast. A $775,000 yearling, Madeenaty has drifted to $9 for Saturday’s Magic Millions Classic despite her Wyong win. Three of the past six Classic winners have also won the Wyong race… Read More »

     
  • Cheltenham Gold Cup winner retired

    Last year’s Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Don Cossack has been retired after suffering a setback, trainer Gordon Elliott has announced. Don Cossack was beaten just twice in 12 starts since October 2014 and connections had been making bullish noises recently about a return. “It’s a real sickener for Gigginstown, myself,… Read More »

     
  • Almost 200 Blue Diamond second acceptors

    Lindsay Park’s unbeaten fillies Catchy, Tulip and Formality feature among the 198 second acceptors for next month’s $1.5 million Blue Diamond Stakes. Godolphin has paid up for 25 two-year-olds in Victoria’s premier juvenile race, one more than the Lindsay Park stable of trainers David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig…. Read More »

     
  • Dundeel colt tops first day of Millions

    A colt by first season sire Dundeel out of champion of her era Miss Finland has fetched top price of $900,000 on the first day of the Magic Millions sale on the Gold Coast. The versatile Miss Finland won the 2006 Golden Slipper and the VRC Oaks later that year… Read More »

     
  • Bayliss rides double but cops suspension

    Apprentice Regan Bayliss has had a mixed day at Sandown, riding a winning double before copping a suspension for careless riding in another race on the program. Bayliss, who last month outrode his claim, moved to equal fourth in the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership with a winning double on Wednesday aboard… Read More »

     
  • El-Issa’s first Syd win since cancer fight

    Bobby El-Issa defied death to beat cancer and has now held out his rivals on the racetrack to record his first city winner since making a remarkable comeback. El-Issa returned to the saddle in April after a battle with leukaemia to ride a winner on his first day back. While… Read More »

     
  • Jacqui’s Joy breaks drought at Sandown

    The mare who kicked off Mitchell Beer’s training career has returned to the winner’s circle for the first time in a year at Sandown, giving apprentice Ethan Brown his first city winner. But the day didn’t quite go to script for Brown who was suspended for seven meetings after pleading… Read More »

     
  • Golden Archer gets first winner as a sire

    Rookie sire Golden Archer has had a timely first winner with Lady Lark’s success at Eagle Farm. Lady Lark ($5) sat three-deep without cover but was still too strong in a Two-Year-Old Maiden (1200m) on Wednesday. The Peter Moody-trained Golden Archer was a multiple stakes winner and finished third in… Read More »

     
  • Victorian trainer in cobalt investigation

    A horse trained by Trevor Andrews has returned a cobalt level above the revised threshold of 100mcg per litre of urine. Racing Victoria stewards announced on Wednesday the Andrews-trained Coppola returned a level of 118mcg/L in a pre-race sample taken before he raced at Geelong in December 4. The reserve… Read More »

     
  • Malice’s change of plan no damper: O’Shea

    While wet weather wiped out Malice’s chance to run in the Villiers, trainer John O’Shea is optimistic about the flow of his altered preparation. The gelding carries Godolphin’s hopes of in Friday’s Listed Gosford Gold Cup (2100m). Their retained English rider James Doyle will get his first look at Gosford… Read More »

     
  • Moor heads to Sydney for Randwick ride

    Victorian jockey Daniel Moor will make a rare trip to Sydney to continue an association with the Danny O’Brien-trained Portman at Randwick. Moor won on Portman at Bendigo two starts ago and was happy to answer the call from O’Brien to head north to ride the four-year-old in Saturday’s Hyland… Read More »

     
  • NZ record holding jockey retires

    New Zealand record holder and Cox Plate winning jockey David Walsh has confirmed his retirement from the saddle. Walsh, who has battled ill health this season, announced his decision on Wednesday. “Retiring has been on my mind for a while, but I didn’t want to make the call until I… Read More »

     
  • Snitzel’s regal legacy enhanced by Pharoah

    As Gerald Ryan continues his search for the next Snitzel on the Gold Coast, The Pharoah has enhanced the reputation of the champion sire he once trained. While Ryan is in Queensland for the Magic Millions race day and yearling sale, three-year-old colt The Pharoah opened his winning account in… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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