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  • Williams fails in appeal, misses Cup

    Craig Williams will miss the Sydney Cup ride on favourite Big Duke after failing to get a careless riding ban reduced on appeal. Williams needed to get two meetings shaved off his eight meeting ban from Sandown on Monday to be free to ride the Darren Weir-trained Big Duke in… Read More »

  • QRIC drops cobalt appeals

    The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) has decided not to continue with appeals against the decisions in two cases involving alleged cobalt level breaches. The matters were listed before the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT). QRIC was appealing the decision to clear trainers Lyn Paton and Rochelle Smith who… Read More »

  • Members vote to amend RV constitution

    Members of Racing Victoria have unanimously approved special resolutions to amend the RV constitution, moving closer to an independent board. The special resolutions relate to reforms of the appointment process of directors of the RV Board announced by Victoria’s racing minister Martin Pakula last December. While passed by RV members… Read More »

  • Time called on Tepin’s career

    Multiple Group One winner Tepin has been retired after losing her enthusiasm for racing. Winner of the Breeders’ Cup Mile in 2015 and twice the United States champion mare on turf, she was narrowly beaten on what was her final career start when she attempted to defend the race at… Read More »

  • Mister Impatience to stay the distance

    Trainer Mike Moroney will be chasing a second Sydney Group One win in as many meetings when veteran stayer Mister Impatience lines up in the rescheduled Sydney Cup. Tivaci gave Moroney his 49th Group One win in Saturday’s All Aged Stakes at Randwick. A decision on whether he is retired… Read More »

  • Experience to give Malibu Style an edge

    Perth visitor Malibu Style goes to a stakes race at Caulfield with the benefit of one Melbourne experience under his belt. His trainer Neville Parnham hopes that will stand him in good stead in Saturday’s Listed Bel Esprit Stakes (1100m) on Saturday. Malibu Style started his Melbourne campaign with a… Read More »

  • Apprentice Melanie Bolwell recovering

    Injured apprentice jockey Melanie Bolwell has been talking to family after doctors removed her breathing tube. Bolwell has been in the Gold Coast Hospital since a three-horse fall at Warialda last Saturday week in which fellow rider Darren Jones suffered fatal injuries. Racing NSW safety officer Maurice Logue said Melanie’s… Read More »

  • Sydney Cup take two for Annus Mirabilis

    A track gallop at Caulfield has convinced trainer Stuart Webb to run Annus Mirabilis in the rescheduled Sydney Cup at Randwick. Annus Mirabilis contested the abandoned race at Randwick on April 8 and the gelding has pleased his trainer since returning to his Caulfield base. But he will need a… Read More »

  • Promising mare heads to Ipswich

    The brilliant Invincible Express missed a clash with another promising mare, Tumbler, at Doomben but is ready to return to racing at Ipswich. The four-year-old was nominated for Saturday’s Open (1050m) at Doomben but trainer David Vandyke decided instead to race her on Wednesday. The Barry Lockwood-trained Tumbler won the… Read More »

  • Polarisation cleared for Sydney Cup re-run

    Godolphin’s England-based trainer Charlie Appleby has finally received some positive news regarding his Sydney-based contingent with Polarisation cleared to contest a re-run of the Sydney Cup after passing a veterinary inspection. The five-year-old gelding, who passed the winning post first at Randwick on April 8 before jockey Corey Brown realised… Read More »

  • Williams appeals in bid to ride Big Duke

    Craig Williams has lodged an appeal against the severity of a careless riding suspension which will keep him from riding Sydney Cup favourite Big Duke. Williams was outed at Sandown on Monday with the $2 million Sydney Cup to be re-run on Saturday after being declared a no-race on April… Read More »

  • New sponsor for Hawkesbury Gold Cup

    The Hawkesbury Gold Cup has a new sponsor with the Group Three race to carry the name Livamol, a product of the International Animal Health company. Hawkesbury Race Club chief executive Greg Rudolph and Chris Lawlor of International Animal Health announced the three-year deal on Tuesday to begin with the… Read More »

  • Nash Rawiller suffers shoulder injury

    Three-time Sydney premiership winner Nash Rawiller has suffered a dislocated shoulder and an ankle injury in a fall at Sha Tin. Rawiller, who moved to Hong Kong on 2014, fell when his mount broke down during the fourth race on Monday’s program He has ridden 35 winners this season and… Read More »

  • Stewards ponder jockeys ride on favourite

    An inquiry into Glyn Schofield’s ride on Up ‘n’ Rolling at Canterbury has been adjourned. Schofield was questioned on his decision-making over the final stages of Monday’s 1900m race which culminated in Up ‘n’ Rolling ($2.70 Luxbet fav) finishing strongly for second to Kiseki Dane. The Chris Waller-trained four-year-old was… Read More »