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  • Australian Cup on radar for 3yo Palentino

    All going well, Australian Guineas Palentino will back up against the older horses in the Australian Cup. The Darren Weir-trained three-year-old survived a protest to win Saturday’s Group One Guineas (1600m) at Flemington. Weir said the colt had coped well with Guineas day which included a trip from the trainer’s… Read More »

     
  • Capitalist showing muscle soreness

    Former Golden Slipper favourite Capitalist is receiving treatment for muscle soreness in his back but co-trainer Peter Snowden says he has no lameness. Capitalist was beaten as the odds-on favourite in Saturday’s Todman Stakes after which Racing NSW chief vet Craig Suann said he was showing mild lameness in his… Read More »

     
  • Jumps season kicks off at Warrnambool

    The Gai Waterhouse-trained Valediction will be the headline act when the jumps season gets underway at Warrnambool. There will be two hurdle races on Tuesday’s program with Valediction to carry top weight of 71.5kg in his 3200m-race with champion rider Steve Pateman aboard. Racing Victoria has boosted prize money for… Read More »

     
  • Defcon takes out dramatic Black Opal

    A day after former Golden Slipper favourite Capitalist suffered his first defeat, his stablemate Defcon has staked his claim with victory in the Black Opal Stakes in Canberra. But co-trainer Peter Snowden admitted his heart was in his mouth when the colt missed the start and had to skirt the… Read More »

     
  • Profiler, Ultimate Dreamer Sydney bound

    Profiler and Ultimate Dreamer will both head to Sydney for the $400,000 Country Championship after running one-two in the series heat at Grafton. Trained by Stephen Lee at Ballina, Profiler ($4.80) held out Ultimate Dreamer ($5) by a short neck on Sunday. Lee was thrilled with the effort and particularly… Read More »

     
  • Rising Romance to step up in Aust Cup

    Co-trainer Tom Dabernig is looking to a return Flemington and a good barrier to bring about a change of fortune for Rising Romance. The 2014 ATC Australian Oaks winner and Caulfield Cup runner-up will be one of three runners for the Lindsay Park team in the Australian Cup on Saturday…. Read More »

     
  • Solicit chasing maiden Group One win

    Gerald Ryan will be able to keep a close eye on one of the horses he believes poses the biggest threat to Solicit in the Coolmore Classic. The Ciaran Maher-trained Azkadellia will arrive from Melbourne spend this week at Ryan’s Rosehill stable ahead of Saturday’s Group One race. But the… Read More »

     
  • Pengelly to base himself on Sunshine Coast

    Jockey Brad Pengelly has moved his base from Brisbane to the Sunshine Coast in an effort to convert his recent good form into more rides. Pengelly was seen at his best again on Saturday when he won the Open Handicap on Pillar Of Creation at Doomben. The jockey says his… Read More »

     
  • Agenda options weigh on Price’s mind

    Mick Price has some thinking to do with talented filly Secret Agenda. Does he take on Chautauqua in the Group One Newmarket Handicap or does he run the filly against her own age in a Listed race at Flemington on Saturday. Although the filly has 50kg compared to Chautauqua’s 58,… Read More »

     
  • Countdown to Buffering’s overseas trip

    Buffering will have a longer trip to Dubai than anticipated but trainer Robert Heathcote says the veteran sprinter will take it in his stride. The multiple Group One winner is embarking on a mission to win Group One races in Dubai and Hong Kong in the coming months. “He now… Read More »

     
  • Victoria Pendleton escapes injury in fall

    Victoria Pendleton’s Cheltenham Festival dreams have suffered a potential jolt with the dual Olympic gold medal winner unseated in a point-to-point race. Just days after winning her first race as a jockey at Wincanton, the former champion cyclist was riding the Alan Hill-trained Supreme Danehill when she lost a stirrup… Read More »

     
  • Wawail takes Group Three Frances Tressady

    Wawail has broken a year-long winning drought with a solid on-pace victory at Flemington. Success in the Group Three Frances Tressady Stakes (1400m) on Saturday was her first since winning the Kewney Stakes. Ridden by Damien Oliver, Wawail, backed from $5 to run the $4.20 favourite, scored by a length… Read More »

     
  • Palentino survives Aust Guineas protest

    For the second time in as many runs the connections of Palentino have had to endure a protest hearing after being first across the line at Flemington. Two weeks ago the large team of owners were left grim faced after stewards took the CS Hayes Stakes off them, but the… Read More »

     
  • Savoureux win caps big day for Kris Lees

    The drive from Sydney to Newcastle can be a long one but for trainer Kris Lees, it’s a breeze with a couple of trophies tucked in the boot. Lees left Randwick on Saturday with a surprise Group One win in the Randwick Guineas courtesy of Le Romain. His other win… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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