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  • Famous Seamus ready for another spring

    Famous Seamus ready for another spring

    Group One winner Le Romain is the punters’ pick to begin his four-year-old season on a high at Randwick but he may find some stiff opposition from a couple of hardened campaigners. Decision Time sprung an upset in the Group Three sprint a year ago as an eight-year-old and is… Read More »

     
  • New Eagle Farm track suits Teronado

    New Eagle Farm track suits Teronado

    Group One performer Teronado is one horse who has shown a liking for the new Eagle Farm track which trainer Bruce Hill believes will help him get back to winning form. Teronado will tackle the Chermside Warehouse Open (1600m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday after two placings on the surface…. Read More »

     
  • Sylvester seeks another Highway win

    King of the Highway Jeremy Sylvester is looking to chalk up a second Sydney win this season. The Cessnock trainer is bringing High Tec to town for another shot at a Class Three Highway Plate race after the six-year-old finished sixth at Randwick earlier this month. Stablemate Snappy One won… Read More »

     
  • Verstappen with chance to emulate sibling

    Verstappen with chance to emulate sibling

    Promising colt Verstappen will be out to emulate his elder sibling when he makes his stakes debut at Moonee Valley. The Danny O’Brien-trained Verstappen raced to a convincing maiden win on the Pakenham synthetic track at his first start and is one of the main chances in Saturday’s Listed McKenzie… Read More »

     
  • In-form Avdulla relishing opportunities

    In-form Avdulla relishing opportunities

    Brenton Avdulla is the form rider of the Sydney jockeys’ room as the competition intensifies in the lead-up to spring. Avdulla has ridden seven winners and eight placegetters from 25 rides on Sydney tracks this season, only missing the top five three times. He finished fourth in the Sydney premiership… Read More »

     
  • Import Pilote D’Essai impresses Dabernig

    Pilote D’Essai’s outside barrier doesn’t appear to be concerning punters with the classy import a well-supported favourite at Moonee Valley. After a convincing Australian debut win at Bendigo in March and an eye-catching first-up second at Flemington earlier this month, Pilote D’Essai has been supported from $2.40 to $2 for… Read More »

     
  • Winx in a class of her own: Portelli

    On any other occasion, Gary Portelli would be saddling up Rebel Dane for a Group Two race thinking he could win. On Saturday against Winx in the Warwick Stakes at Randwick, he will be happy to settle for second. “The fantasy is we do beat her. The reality is we… Read More »

     
  • Beckham shooting for 1600m-goal

    Trainer Liam Birchley is bemused by suggestions the in-form Beckham will struggle at his first attempt at 1600 metres at Eagle Farm. Beckham has been among the most consistent open company horses in Brisbane recently with three wins, two seconds and a fourth from his six starts this campaign. His… Read More »

     
  • Michelle Payne still uncertain about future

    Michelle Payne still uncertain about future

    Michelle Payne says she is still uncertain whether she will make a return to competitive race riding. The Melbourne Cup winning-jockey told Sydney’s Sky Sports Radio she is working on her fitness after pancreatic surgery but has not put a time-frame on a possible return. Payne, who suffered abdominal injuries… Read More »

     
  • Dee suspension forces Valley rider changes

    Michael Dee’s midweek suspension has forced several jockey changes for the Carlyon Stakes program at Moonee Valley. Dee was released from his rides at Saturday’s meeting to begin a careless riding ban after Sale on Thursday. Craig Newitt replaces Dee on O’Malley in the Listed Carlyon Stakes with Newitt’s original… Read More »

     
  • Another Group One win for Aidan O’Brien

    Aidan O’Brien’s domination of the British Flat season has continued with the master trainer saddling three of three of the first four home in the Yorkshire Oaks led by Seventh Heaven. Stablemate Found was the 2-1 favourite but it was Seventh Heaven who got the upper hand in the Group… Read More »

     
  • Winx named NSW champion of the year

    Winx named NSW champion of the year

    Champion mare Winx has claimed another accolade, being named the NSW Horse of the Year. Winx capped a big night at Thursday’s NSW Racehorse Owners awards for the Chris Waller stable with Winx also the champion miler, Press Statement the champion three-year-old, Preferment the champion middle distance performer and Libran… Read More »

     
  • McCreery wins Rowley Mile

    A couple of days out from the return of Winx, her stablemate McCreery has sported the same colours to win the Listed Rowley Mile at Hawkesbury. McCreery ($2.15 fav) led in a Chris Waller-trained trifecta on Thursday, beating Marenostro and Junoob. An English import formerly trained by roger Charlton, McCreery… Read More »

     
  • New Divide to travel the Highway

    Tas Morton doesn’t like to dwell on his Vietnam experience, but every now and then he and his army mates get together to remember those who didn’t come home. Such was the case on Thursday when the Port Macquarie trainer attended a commemoration on the 50th anniversary of the Battle… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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