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  • Banning Ride Guide a missed opportunity

    Banning Ride Guide a missed opportunity

    The Australian Jockeys Association says racing is losing an opportunity to promote the sport by banning the controversial digital service Ride Guide. Jockeys were told on Thursday they would be in breach of the rules if they gave their views on upcoming rides via the Ladbrokes betting site. Victorian and… Read More »

     
  • Hong Kong apprentice jocks head down under

    Champion Hong Kong apprentice jockey Kei Chiong Ka-kei will start her one-month stint in Australia with five metropolitan rides in Adelaide. Chiong is spending the Hong Kong off-season with leading Adelaide trainer Phillip Stokes. She has three rides for Stokes and two for John Hickmott at Morphettville on Saturday. Chiong… Read More »

     
  • Isorich doing what comes naturally

    Isorich is set for the 24th start of his preparation but trainer Wayne Seelin insists he is just doing what comes naturally. The gelding has raced on nine different NSW tracks in his five-year-old season and had at least one start in every month since August except January. Isorich will… Read More »

     
  • Stewards put a stop to Ride Guide

    Jockey Chris Symons hopes to continue dialogue with racing authorities despite stewards in Victoria and NSW putting a stop to Ride Guide. The stewards in both states ruled they would not consent to jockeys continuing their participation in Ride Guide which was distributed on wagering operator Ladbrokes digital platform. Symons… Read More »

     
  • Stately Boy out to press Derby claims

    Stately Boy will make his city debut at the track where trainer Shea Eden hopes he will also figure in the Victoria Derby later this year. Narrowly beaten on debut at Pakenham over 1400m earlier this month, the two-year-old will have his second start on Saturday at Flemington. “I think… Read More »

     
  • Harada Bay seeking stakes win at Doomben

    Harada Bay seeking stakes win at Doomben

    Leading syndicator Grant Morgan is looking to complete a big month with the Meagher training combination when Harada Bay tackles the Listed Tattersall’s Mile at Doomben. Morgan’s Ontrack company has had four winners with John and Chris Meagher since the start of July – Harada Bay, Cruising Speed, Savanna Amour… Read More »

     
  • Cannyescent to prove Group potential

    On cold, wet winter mornings before dawn, Cannyescent is the “one-in-a-billion” horse that makes Gabrielle Englebrecht get out of bed. And it’s not just his talent and scope to win a stakes race that has his trainer smitten. “I wish I could describe how much I love him,” Englebrecht said…. Read More »

     
  • Flemington weight relief for Spreadeagled

    Robert Smerdon is gambling on the weight relief that comes with a rise in class to get Spreadeagled back into winning form at Flemington. Spreadeagled heads to the Flemington Event Staff Handicap on Saturday, a 1600m benchmark 90 race. At his last start Spreadeagled finished just behind the placegetters in… Read More »

     
  • Clarendon House to step up in distance

    A chance to test Clarendon House as a future middle distance horse has enticed trainer Chris Munce to back the filly up at Doomben. Two-year-old Clarendon House scored an impressive win against older horses over 1400m at the Sunshine Coast last Sunday. Munce said Clarendon House, who is by Real… Read More »

     
  • Ride Guide against the rules

    Ride Guide against the rules

    Jockeys have lost out in their bid to launch an online service to punters discussing their upcoming rides. Stewards from Victoria and NSW met with riders on Wednesday and said a day later any licensed jockey who continued to participate would be in breach of the rules. They said there… Read More »

     
  • Newnham hunts first city win with Lanciato

    Once the right-hand man in one of Sydney’s most powerful stables, Mark Newnham is surprised how much he has enjoyed starting from scratch. Former assistant to Gai Waterhouse, Newnham decided to leave Tulloch Lodge earlier this year to establish his own base at Warwick Farm. “I’m enjoying it even more… Read More »

     
  • The Monstar to make Doomben debut

    The Monstar could be off to Sydney if he races well in his Doomben debut. The five-year-old was an impressive last-start winner at the Sunshine Coast and trainer Brett Cavanough toyed with running him in last week’s Ramornie Handicap at Grafton. But he decided to miss Grafton and start The… Read More »

     
  • Side Glance to parade at Ascot

    The much-travelled Side Glance, a Group One winner in Australia, will be among the retired stars on display at Ascot on King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes day. The now nine-year-old won the 2013 Mackinnon Stakes during the Melbourne Cup carnival and finished third in the Caulfield Stakes the… Read More »

     
  • Dartmouth new favourite for King George

    The Queen’s horse Dartmouth is the new favourite for the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot following the withdrawal of Postponed. Trainer Roger Varian said the former odds-on favourite was found to have a respiratory infection after failing to work as well as usual. Victory for Dartmouth… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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