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  • Triple Group One winner Ortensia dies

    Ortensia, a Group One winner on three continents, has died at the age of 10. The mare was euthanised after developing a tumour on a lung. Originally trained in Melbourne by Tony Noonan, Ortensia was prepared by Paul Messara to win the 2011 Winterbottom Stakes in Perth and the Al… Read More »

     
  • Aussies combine for G1 Singapore win

    Laughing Gravy has given Australian trainer Cliff Brown his third Singapore Group One win for the year and Glen Boss the first of his extended riding stint there. The win of Laughing Gravy in Sunday’s Queen Elizabeth II Cup gives Brown a clean sweep of the Group One races run… Read More »

     
  • Jockey Kent Desormeaux in rehab

    Preakness Stakes-winning jockey Kent Desormeaux has gone to an alcohol rehabilitation facility but will return in time to ride Exaggerator in the Belmont Stakes. “It was time to take a sober look at my life and take this step,” Desormeaux said in a brief statement issued his agent J R… Read More »

     
  • Perry says it would be nice to win again

    The end of the driest autumn on recent record is good news for Wouldnt It Be Nice as he heads to Randwick to defend the June Stakes. The Paul Perry-trained gelding hasn’t won since he claimed the 1100m-Listed sprint a year ago but with rain soaking Randwick over the weekend… Read More »

     
  • In-form 3yo makes city debut at Flemington

    John Moloney has decided it’s the right time for Penny Shares to make her metropolitan debut at Flemington. Penny Shares has won three of her past four starts, the last two on the synthetic surfaces at Geelong and Pakenham respectively. She did however win her maiden at Werribee on the… Read More »

     
  • Vic trainer outed on peptide charges

    A country Victorian trainer has been suspended for eight months in Australian racing’s first peptide case. Stawell-based Paul Jones fronted the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Monday on charges of administration and possession of TB-1000. The product contains a synthetic peptide which is an active fragment of Thymosin Beta… Read More »

     
  • Waller duo ready to join Qld Derby team

    Encosta Line and Rodrico have not yet been tested in stakes company but their trainer is confident the pair can handle the Group One atmosphere of the Queensland Derby. Chris Waller gave the two solid hit-outs at Rosehill on Monday morning to confirm they would join stablemates Mackintosh and Multifacets… Read More »

     
  • Mackinnon Stakes no longer a Cup lead-up

    The Mackinnon Stakes is to be moved from the first day of the Melbourne Cup carnival in the hope of enticing greater international participation. The Mackinnon (2000m), which will double in prize money to $2 million and be known as the Emirates Stakes, switches places with the original 1600m-race of… Read More »

     
  • Mackinnon Stakes to be moved

    The Mackinnon Stakes is to be moved from the first day of the Melbourne Cup carnival to the last, swapping its position with the Emirates Stakes. Victoria Racing Club chief executive Simon Love said the Mackinnon (2000m) had lost its appeal as a key Melbourne Cup lead-up, prompting the change… Read More »

     
  • Joseph O’Brien begins training career

    Joseph O’Brien will officially launch his training career with seven runners at two meetings in Ireland. The dual Irish champion jockey who battled weight issues throughout his riding career, will saddle four on Gowran Park’s Flat card and has three jumpers at Listowel on Monday (Tuesday AEST). A son of… Read More »

     
  • Protectionist wins German comeback

    Protectionist wins German comeback

    Protectionist has made a successful comeback in Germany to claim his first win since the 2014 Melbourne Cup. At Dusseldorf on Sunday, Protectionist ran out an easy 3-1/4 length-winner of a ratings race over 2000 metres. The six-year-old stayed in Australia with trainer Kris Lees after his Melbourne Cup win… Read More »

     
  • Cox Plate ambitions for Yankee Rose

    Cox Plate ambitions for Yankee Rose

    Any jockey looking to ride a three-year-old filly in the Cox Plate is on notice to start the diet now. Trainer David Vandyke has Cox Plate 2016¬†ambitions for Yankee Rose but wants a strong rider, not one who is struggling in the days leading up to the race in October…. Read More »

     
  • Rawiller puts Real Love to the test

    Rawiller puts Real Love to the test

    Brad Rawiller has put his Brisbane Cup mount Real Love through a solid work-out at the Sunshine Coast. The Darren Weir-trained mare galloped between races on Sunday with her stablemate Howard Be Thy Name, the Queensland Derby equal favourite. Rawiller will ride both horses at Eagle Farm on Saturday with… Read More »

     
  • Oaks winning filly showing improvement

    Australasian Oaks winner Abbey Marie is responding to treatment after being struck down by a mystery illness. Trainer Mick Kent said the filly spiked a seriously high temperature in the spelling paddock but it has now come down after an anxious couple of weeks. “If she could have five days… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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