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  • Winkers for Eclair Sunshine in Guineas

    Trainer Phillip Stokes has called on a proven big-race jockey and opted for a gear change on Eclair Sunshine in a bid to maximise his chances in the Group One Caulfield Guineas. Eclair Sunshine will wear winkers in Saturday’s $2 million 1600m race for three-year-olds and the gelding will be… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield Stakes draws two O’Brien runners

    Irish gallopers The Taj Mahal and Johannes Vermeer begin their spring carnival campaigns in the Caulfield Stakes with bigger Group One targets on the horizon. The Aidan O’Brien-trained pair have been in quarantine at Werribee racecourse just shy of two weeks and are set to line up in Saturday’s Group… Read More »

     
  • Godolphin duo record maiden wins

    Godolphin filly Savatiano has finally enjoyed her moment in the sun after breaking her maiden at Warwick Farm. At her second start in February, Savatiano finished in front of future Group One winners Ace High and Trapeze Artist in a race won by another subsequent elite-level winner Invader. Racing fresh… Read More »

     
  • Wasting no worry for Jeff Lloyd

    Jeff Lloyd has been quick to dispel any notion a fortnight of wasting might weaken him, lifting heavily backed favourite Hi Lizzy to victory at Ipswich. Lloyd has shed four kilograms in the past nine days so he can ride star filly Houtzen at 51kg in the $10 million The… Read More »

     
  • Big international team for Caulfield Guineas day

    Racing Victoria’s international scout Leigh Jordon sees the injection of funds into Caulfield Guineas day as the catalyst for a large contingent of overseas-trained runners at the meeting. There are two complexes housing international runners for this year’s spring carnival at Werribee racecourse. The Newminster complex houses the largest group… Read More »

     
  • Matthew Dunn after double Highway glory

    Matthew Dunn nailed a Highway Handicap trifecta at his last attempt at Randwick and now the series’ most successful trainer can win two in one day. Strong demand to run in the $200,000 Anniversary Highway (1400m) at Randwick on Saturday has prompted Racing NSW to add a $100,000 Highway consolation… Read More »

     
  • Levendi gets opportunity in G1 Caulfield Guineas

    Concerns Levendi would not make the Caulfield Guineas field have been put to bed and now from a good barrier draw connections believe the colt gets a great opportunity in the $2 million Classic. Manny Gelagotis, racing manager for his trainer/brother Peter Gelagotis, said they were disappointed with how the… Read More »

     
  • Single Gaze on song for Caulfield Stakes

    It is getting to the business end of Single Gaze’s Melbourne spring campaign and excitement is building for trainer Nick Olive who believes his stable star is warming to the task. The Canberra trainer is enjoying the experience with the Group One winner based in Melbourne for the spring and… Read More »

     
  • New Everest outlook for Fell Swoop

    Relaxed walks through the bush at Moruya on the NSW south coast are hopefully reinvigorating Fell Swoop ahead of his multi-million dollar assignment at Randwick. There is serious work to be done as well at Matthew Dale’s second training base, but a change of scene after a harsh Canberra winter… Read More »

     
  • English to make her own luck in Everest

    She’s not the favourite and she drew the outside barrier but trainer Gai Waterhouse says Everest runner English will make her own luck in the multi-million dollar sprint. The five-year-old mare will jump from barrier 12 in the inaugural $10 million race over 1200 metres at Randwick. English came second… Read More »

     
  • Jeff Lloyd plays tactics close to chest

    Brisbane’s premier jockey Jeff Lloyd is keeping his riding tactics close to his chest as he prepares for his ride on Houtzen in the $10 million Everest at Randwick. Lloyd rode a record 133 metropolitan winners in Queensland last season but in none of them did he face the pressure… Read More »

     
  • Purcell has chance to win first G1 race

    The winners have started to tick over for Aaron Purcell who has recently taken over the suspended Ciaron Maher’s large team of horses. And Saturday looms as a big occasion for the trainer. Purcell will saddle up his first Group One runner since stepping up early last week to take… Read More »

     
  • Hopfgarten in line for big double

    A strong jump-out by stakes performer Hopfgarten has trainer Robert Heathcote convinced the gelding is on course to chase a lucrative summer bonus. The winner of 11 races and $722,000, Hopfgarten makes his return to racing after a three-month lay-off in Saturday’s Open Handicap (1200m) at Doomben. Heathcote already has… Read More »

     
  • Illness forces Michelle Payne from Toorak Handicap

    A bout of the flu has forced Michelle Payne to relinquish the ride on Kaspersky in the Group One Toorak Handicap at Caulfield with Luke Nolen snaring the mount. Payne has been laid low over the past week and missed two gallops on Kaspersky at Werribee where the Jane Chapple-Hyam-trained… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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