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  • Solow retired by trainer Freddy Head

    French trainer Freddy Head has been forced to call time on the career of multiple Group One-winning miler Solow. During 2015, the gelding claimed five Group One races in a row and looked impregnable in Europe, winning twice at Ascot in the Queen Anne and Queen Elizabeth II Stakes, and… Read More »

  • Brisbane now a target for Black Heart Bart

    Darren Weir has decided on a change of plans with Black Heart Bart with the gelding heading to Brisbane for a Group One race at Eagle Farm. Black Heart Bart is booked to travel to Brisbane on Wednesday night to run in the Kingsford-Smith Cup (1300m) on Saturday. Weir said… Read More »

  • Kiwis ready to pounce in Premier’s Cup

    The experienced Benzini and the up-and-coming Chocante will be out to uphold New Zealand’s reputation in the staying ranks at Eagle Farm. The pair will contest Saturday’s Group Three Premier’s Cup (2200m) as a prelude to the Group Two Brisbane Cup (2400m) on June 10 won last year by Benzini…. Read More »

  • Simon Morrish steps up for caretaker role

    Ballarat horseman Simon Morrish will take over the stables of suspended trainer Matt Cumani in a caretaker role. Cumani was last week suspended and fined $20,000 for his failure to notify stewards of a case of strangles in his stables last October. Morrish takes over 40 horses and staff when… Read More »

  • Lautaro to stake claim in McKell Cup

    Country stayer Lautaro upset some big names at the recent Scone carnival and his trainer is looking to bring him to town where he believes he can measure up again. The gelding won over 2200 metres as a $21 chance on May 13, beating odds-on favourite Interlocuter from the Godolphin… Read More »

  • Wells ready for jumps return at Sandown

    Punters should not read anything into classy jumper Wells missing a run in a 3200m flat race at Flemington. The Kathryn Durden-trained gelding is set to run in the Australian Steeplechase at Sandown on Saturday looking to turn around his second placing in last year’s 3400m race. Wells was scratched… Read More »

  • Another record looming for Jeff Lloyd

    Unstoppable jockey Jeff Lloyd is poised to break yet another riding record this week. The 56-year-old has already smashed the record for the most winners in a Brisbane metropolitan season with 118, beating Chris Munce’s previous mark of 103 set in 2011/12. Lloyd is booked for seven rides at the… Read More »

  • Miss Cover Girl to finish on a high

    Group One-winning mare Miss Cover Girl is primed to finish her career on a high in the Group Three Glenlogan Park Stakes at Eagle Farm. Miss Cover Girl has won eight of her 31 starts and $847,900 prize money with her biggest win coming in the Group One Tatt’s Tiara… Read More »

  • No surgery for injured Regan Bayliss

    Jockey Regan Bayliss has escaped surgery on his fractured left wrist following a race fall at Geelong. He was injured on Friday when the Lindsay Park-trained two-year-old Amschel fell. On Monday, Bayliss saw Racing Victoria’s doctor Gary Zimmerman who gave the jockey an indication he could be back riding in… Read More »

  • Royal Ascot next for Caravaggio

    Caravaggio has cemented his place as the market leader for the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot with victory in the Group Three Lacken Stakes at Naas. Unbeaten in four starts as a juvenile, the Aidan O’Brien-trained colt firmed from 5-2 to 6-4 for the Group One sprint for three-year-olds at… Read More »

  • First Australian winner for Melbourne Cup winner

    Melbourne Cup winner Americain has sired his first Australian winner with Geegee Blackprince’s success in the Tasmanian Sires’ Produce Stakes. The Stuart Gandy-trained Geegee Blackprince upset his stablemate Gee Gee Lanett to win Sunday’s 1400m-race for two-year-olds at Launceston. Geegee Blackprince is the ninth foal from Paul and Elizabeth Geard’s… Read More »

  • Zac Purton notches Hong Kong milestone

    Australian Zac Purton has become just the fourth jockey to ride 700 winners or more in Hong Kong. Purton, who has been riding in Hong Kong for the past decade, reached the milestone on Sunday aboard Chung Wah Spirit in the Class Three Handicap (1400m). Douglas Whyte holds the record… Read More »

  • Soul Stirring a Classic winner for Frankel

    Soul Stirring has given champion Frankel his first Classic winner with her victory in the Group One Japanese Oaks at Tokyo racecourse. From the unbeaten Frankel’s first crop, Soul Stirring also gave the stallion his first Group One win as a sire in the Hanshen Juvenile Fillies in December and… Read More »

  • James Innes Jr suspended at Rosehill

    James Innes Jr’s bid for the Sydney apprentices’ premiership has hit a snag with a suspension at Rosehill ruling him out of for five meetings. Innes trails Andrew Adkins by seven with just over two months of the season remaining. He was outed on Saturday for an inward shift onto… Read More »


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