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  • Markets released for big Sydney races

    Australia’s latest sprint star Redzel has been installed favourite for two of Sydney’s major sprint races. Redzel is at $6 with TAB fixed odds for next April’s TJ Smith Stakes at Randwick and $8 to record back-to-back Everest victories, a race that is still 10 months away. The Peter and… Read More »

     
  • Gary Portelli hoping for drying weather

    The weather will determine if Single Bullet runs at Rosehill or if trainer Gary Portelli is forced to change his preparation. Portelli is not keen to run the three-year-old on a wet track with Rosehill in the soft range on Monday and two more days of rain predicted. The trainer… Read More »

     
  • Oncidium Ruler on target for Pakenham Cup

    If he had his time over again trainer Mick Kent would do things differently with Oncidium Ruler. Kent was caught out by the rain ahead of the Ballarat Cup which resulted in a heavy track when Oncidium Ruler finished second to Grand Dreamer on November 25. Oncidium Ruler, coming off… Read More »

     
  • Jockey killed, partner injured in accident

    Trainer Garry Kirkup is in an induced coma in Canberra Hospital following a single car accident in which his partner, track rider and picnic jockey Samara Johnson, was killed. The two were travelling on the the Gundagai Road at Eurongilly in the NSW Riverina on Sunday afternoon when the car… Read More »

     
  • Rudy heads entries for Brisbane Handicap

    Trainer Helen Page has dismissed any suggestion top galloper Rudy will be switched to the Group Two Villiers Stakes in Sydney and the gelding will remain in Queensland this summer. Rudy won the 2014 Villiers and has since gone on to carry the Queensland flag in many Group races earning… Read More »

     
  • Taylor Marshall gets suspension relief

    Apprentice Taylor Marshall has had a hefty suspension reduced on appeal by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board. Marshall was last week suspended for 26 meetings on a careless riding charge following an inquiry into a fall at Yarra Valley in October in which fellow jockey Arron Lynch broke his… Read More »

     
  • Vlad Duric claims first Singapore title

    Australian jockey Vlad Duric has completed a successful season in Singapore, breaking through for his first jockeys’ title. Having finished second to Joao Moreira in 2010 and again last year behind another Brazilian Manoel Nunes, Duric held off Nunes to land this year’s premiership. A winning double at Sunday’s final… Read More »

     
  • Robbie Fradd wins jockey series in Mauritius

    Queensland’s Robbie Fradd has won an International Jockeys Challenge in Mauritius representing his native South Africa. Fradd and premier Brisbane rider Jeff Lloyd, who also represented South Africa, competed against riders from around the world over the weekend including Australian Luke Nolen. Fradd was in sixth place after Saturday’s meeting… Read More »

     
  • Elliott forges ahead of Mullins

    Gordon Elliott has played down his chances of taking the Irish jumps trainer’s title from perennial champion Willie Mullins despite making history by claiming all three Grade One winners on the big pre-Christmas card at Fairyhouse. Elliott has made rapid progress in the past couple of years to become a… Read More »

     
  • Jonker shortens for Magic Millions Classic

    Jonker has rocketed into contention for the $2 million Magic Millions Classic with an impressive debut win at Newcastle. Sent out the $1.45 favourite in Sunday’s Max Lees Classic (900m), the David Atkins-trained two-year-old led all the way to beat Alison Of Tuffy ($51) by a commanding three lengths for… Read More »

     
  • Two winners for Patrick Moloney in NZ

    Patrick Moloney’s rushed trip to New Zealand has paid dividends with a winner at each of the two meetings he rode at including Derby hopeful On the Rocks at Ellerslie. The Victorian jockey gave a polished display on Saturday aboard the Mike Moroney and Pam Gerard-trained three-year-old with a front-running… Read More »

     
  • Bosanova to dance through summer

    Gold Coast mare All Over Bosanova will have a short, sharp summer campaign before being prepared for a possible trip to Sydney in the autumn. All Over Bosanova has won five of her eight starts including the Daybreak Lover Plate in May at her most recent run. Trainer Mel Eggleston… Read More »

     
  • Bart ready for Kingston Town Classic challenge

    Jarrod McLean is confident Black Heart Bart can capture the final Group One race for the year and give the Darren Weir stable successive Kingston Town Stakes victories. Weir won last year’s 1800m Kingston Town Stakes with Stratum Star and is in Perth overseeing the final stages of Black Heart Bart’s… Read More »

     
  • Gerald Ryan excited about Villiers Stakes

    He may not be the most high profile horse in Gerald Ryan’s stable but Red Excitement has given the trainer some of his most satisfying moments. The eight-year-old’s third in Saturday’s Group Three Festival Stakes was another significant milestone with his prize money taking him over the $1 million mark… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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