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  • Carlingford Lough defends Gold Cup

    Carlingford Lough has capitalised on the dramatic final-fence exit of Valseur Lido to defend his Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown. After giving the now-retired Sir Anthony McCoy his only success in the race 12 months ago, the John Kiely-trained 10-year-old was unfancied at 20-1 this time round in the hands […]

  • Craig Williams set to miss Orr Stakes day

    Craig Williams is set to miss the first Group One meeting of the year after being suspended for careless riding at Caulfield. Williams was banned for eight meetings after pleading guilty to a careless riding charge on Danjeu in the Mal Seccull Handicap. He is booked for rides at Hobart […]

  • Hasselhoof down but not out in Sydney trip

    Hasselhoof and Pride Of Dubai have had their reputations dented at the Randwick as the autumn carnival steps up a gear. Unbeaten in his six New Zealand starts, Hasselhoof was sent out the $2.05 favourite in a 1600m race on Saturday but finished fourth, struggling in the soft surface. Dual […]

  • Jason Warren considers options for Puritan

    Jason Warren is looking at Group One options for his impressive first-up Caulfield winner Puritan. But whether Saturday’s Group Three Manfred Stakes winner is stepped up in distance for the Australian Guineas or kept to sprinting for a tilt at the Newmarket Handicap is still to be decided. “We’re going […]

  • Heathcote’s old marvel Jopa revels in mud

    Trainer Robert Heathcote marvelled at the longevity of Jopa after the eight-year-old scored another win at Doomben. Heathcote started the day with three runners in the Sprite Handicap but ended up with only Jopa after a downgrading of the track rating saw him scratch Saluter and Lauterbrunnen. Ridden a perfect […]

  • Shakespearean Lass brings up Carey double

    Shakespearean Lass has brought up a family double at Caulfield with a black-type win in the Listed WJ Adams Stakes. The four-year-old mare’s hard-fought victory in Saturday’s 1000m sprint came 30 minutes after her older half-brother Dan Zephyr landed his second-straight city win in the John Moule Handicap. Both horses […]

  • Spill The Beans exposes Group 3 opposition

    If his X-rays are to be believed, Spill The Beans should not be racing let alone beating a quality field in a Group Three race. Rejected twice by Hong Kong, Spill The Beans stayed with his breeder John Messara who sent him to Rosehill trainer Gerald Ryan. On Saturday, the […]

  • Valliano impresses with Inglis Premier win

    Valliano has had his odds trimmed for the Blue Diamond Stakes after an impressive first-up win at Caulfield. The David Hayes and Tom Dabernig trained two-year-old firmed from $51 to $21 for the two-year-old feature following his dominant performance in the Inglis Premier on Saturday. Having his first run following […]

  • Twist Tops turns in winning performance

    A filly passed in at the Inglis Classic sale has come out on top in the $250,000 race restricted to yearlings from the 2015 catalogue. Twist Tops gave Newcastle trainer Kris Lees his second win in the 1200m race at Randwick on Saturday, 10 years after Absolutelyfabulous won. Absolutelyfabulous went […]

  • Extreme Choice firms as Diamond favourite

    Extreme Choice has tightened his grip on favouritism for the Blue Diamond Stakes with an authoritative win in the Group Three Chairman’s Stakes. The Mick Price-trained colt firmed from $5 to $2.70 for the Blue Diamond in three weeks after resuming with a 4-1/2 length victory at Caulfield on Saturday. […]