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  • Holler pleases in Randwick barrier trial

    The lone Australian-trained entrant for Royal Ascot has been given a solid but not over-taxing hit-out in a Randwick barrier trial. Godolphin’s Holler finished a half length second to the Bjorn Baker-trained Encostonati in the 1050m heat on Friday. The colt’s mission will be the Diamond Jubilee Stakes (1200m) on… Read More »

     
  • Too Good To Refuse bids for Stradbroke Hcp

    Trainer Desleigh Forster is happy to accept responsibility for a Queensland win on Doomben Cup day. For the second week in a row, Forster looks to have the best chance among Brisbane’s trainers to win a Group race when Too Good To Refuse runs the Fred Best Classic. Too Good… Read More »

     
  • For Me Dad continues sentimental journey

    Something tells the man who owns aptly named For Me Dad there is more to the filly’s winning streak than obvious talent. Neil Osborne has played an important role as trainer but it is the intangible that Greg Corra is willing to embrace as a rush of wins have earned… Read More »

     
  • Vandyke move primed to be Group 1 success

    David Vandyke has made an impressive start to his Queensland venture with Doomben Cup contender Maurus among his recent winners. And if the gelding can win Saturday’s 2000m Group One race, his adopted state will claim bragging rights. No Queensland-trained horse has won the Doomben Cup since Lord Seaman in… Read More »

     
  • Winks confident Supido can step up in G1

    The fact trainer Mick Kent has targeted emerging sprinter Supido at the Group One Goodwood is enough to give James Winks confidence. Winks has only ridden Supido in one race for a last-start win over 1000m at Flemington and will ride the exciting four-year-old in his first Group One start… Read More »

     
  • 2YO out to follow up international Gr1 win

    Owner Glenn Whittenbury is hoping his recent good fortune of an international win will carry over to a home-town victory at Flemington with Atlantic Express. Last weekend, Whittenbury travelled to Singapore to watch his Barree Pastoral colours carried to success by Debt Collector in the Singapore Guineas. Prepared by former… Read More »

     
  • Lyricist on song for Doomben Roses

    Promising filly Lyricist is on a mission at Doomben to boost her prize money to ensure she makes the field for the Group One Queensland Oaks. Lyricist has won her past three starts but was the last horse into the main field for Saturday’s Group Two Doomben Roses (2000m), the… Read More »

     
  • Emphatically can stamp herself at Doomben

    Tiny two-year-old Emphatically is far from the best horse in trainer Ciaron Maher’s stable but she is the toughest. The filly will be having her ninth start when she chases black type in the Listed Hampden Stakes (1200m) at Doomben on Saturday. The Melbourne trainer was in Brisbane on Thursday… Read More »

     
  • Exaggerator ready for Round 5 with Nyquist

    In four attempts, Exaggerator has yet to get past Nyquist but his trainer Keith Desormeaux is prepared to try again in the Preakness Stakes. Exaggerator has narrowed his losing margin against Nyquist in each race, finishing 1-1/4 lengths behind in the Kentucky Derby. A determined Desormeaux keeps trying to convince… Read More »

     
  • Yendall expected to be fit for Goodwood

    Jockey Dean Yendall has escaped a barrier mishap at Ararat with severe bruising and is expected to be fit to ride at Morphettville. Yendall is booked for several rides at Saturday’s Adelaide meeting including Sooboog in the Group One Goodwood and Tonopah in the Group Three R A Lee Stakes…. Read More »

     
  • Protectionist nearing a race return

    Melbourne Cup winner Protectionist is nearing a return to racing for German trainer Andreas Wohler. The six-year-old stayed in Australia with trainer Kris Lees after winning the 2014 Melbourne Cup. He was sent back to Wohler after a disappointing campaign last year when he was diagnosed with bone bruising. “He… Read More »

     
  • Glenn Road to face first metropolitan test

    A gear change and a rise in distance are both expected to benefit three-year-old Glenn Road when she makes her city debut at Flemington. And while trainer Henry Dwyer would prefer some rain in the lead-up to Saturday’s National Hall of Fame Handicap (1200m), he believes the filly has the… Read More »

     
  • Extra Zero back to the flat at Flemington

    After a promising jumps debut at Warrnambool, Extra Zero returns to the track where he almost claimed the biggest win of his flat career. Extra Zero goes back to flat racing on Saturday to contest the Might and Power Handicap at Flemington. It’s the same course and distance Extra Zero… Read More »

     
  • Eagle Farm reopens, Azkadellia the star attraction

    Stradbroke Handicap favourite Azkadellia has earned a glowing report from trainer Ciaron Maher and jockey Michael Cahill after an easy barrier trial win at Eagle Farm. Azkadellia was the star attraction for the 1200 people who took the chance to see unofficial barrier trials at Eagle Farm which has been… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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