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  • Australian horse Faatinah wins in Dubai

    Australian sprinter Faatinah has begun his overseas campaign in style with victory at Meydan in Dubai. Trained by Lindsay Park, Faatinah is raced by Sheikh Hamdan’s Shadwell operation and is on a path to the Group One Al Quoz Sprint at the end of March. Ridden by Englishman Jim Crowley… Read More »

     
  • Kris Lees-trained Singing wins Gosford Cup

    A multiple Group placegetter in Germany, Singing has finally cracked it for a stakes win in Australia, taking out the Listed Gosford Cup for trainer Kris Lees, jockey Glyn Schofield and his loyal owners, an Australian Bloodstock syndicate. Singing had his first start for Lees in July 2016 and has… Read More »

     
  • Amber Sky to step out for Australian debut

    Eight-year-old Amber Sky will make his Australian debut in the Kensington Stakes at Flemington and shapes as one of the most interesting runners in the Listed sprint. Amber Sky is one of three runners for trainers Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra in Saturday’s 1000m-straight race along with multiple Group One… Read More »

     
  • Patron Black to make debut at Randwick

    Named for an expensive blend of of tequila and coffee, in horse terms Patron Black came pretty cheap. The colt cost $40,000 and is by Patronize who stands in Western Australia and is not so well known in the eastern states. But trainer Gary Portelli thinks his profile may be… Read More »

     
  • Winx set for racetrack return

    Champion Winx will meet Australia’s best sprinter Redzel in a barrier trial at Rosehill as the pair embark on their next campaigns. Monday’s 900m-heat on the course proper also features Group One winners Ace High (Victoria Derby) and Trapeze Artist (Golden Rose). Winx ended the spring with her 22nd consecutive… Read More »

     
  • Nature Strip odds-on for Inglis Dash

    Nature Strip is the odds-on favourite to continue his winning ways in the $250,000 Inglis Dash and his jockey Ryan Maloney is excited to see what the boom sprinter can produce again. Three-year-old Nature Strip has won three of his four starts including his past two, both by 5-1/2 lengths…. Read More »

     
  • Slydini to win on dry track

    The Bryan and Daniel Guy training partnership is confident Slydini can finally put to rest a theory he is just a wet-track horse when he runs at Doomben. There have been few more consistent horses racing than Slydini who has had an Ipswich win, four seconds and two thirds at… Read More »

     
  • Star Japanese import builds towards Australian debut

    Highly rated Japanese import Ambitious has been given a good look around Caulfield with a Group One race at the track looming as his Australian debut. Trainer Anthony Freedman said next month’s G1 Futurity Stakes was among the options for the six-year-old whose five wins from 16 starts in Japan… Read More »

     
  • Les Tilley gets Lucky chance for Munce

    Champion jockey turned trainer Chris Munce has given former country rider Les Tilley a vote of confidence with the mount on comeback horse Lucky Black at Doomben. Tilley will ride Lucky Black in Saturday’s Open Handicap (1050m) against what appears a moderate field of off-season sprinters. Lucky Black, who has… Read More »

     
  • QLD trainer outed on cobalt charges

    Queensland country trainer John Patterson has been disqualified for 18 months after being found guilty of four charges involving cobalt. Queensland Racing Integrity Commission stewards opened an inquiry into four post-race urine or blood samples taken from runners trained by Patterson at Roma, in western Queensland, during July last year…. Read More »

     
  • Scone meeting transferred to cooler Wyong

    Forecast temperatures of more than 40 degrees in the NSW Hunter Valley have forced a change of venue for racing at Scone. Sunday’s meeting will now be run at Wyong with predictions of 44 deg at Scone. Two 1000m-races will now be run over 900m with the 2100m race changed… Read More »

     
  • Bedford wins by big margin at Caulfield

    Trainer Anthony Freedman has had an impressive winner at Caulfield but the best-performed horse he brought to the track was not there to race. The Group One-winning trainer had two starters at Wednesday’s twilight meeting, highlighted by four-year-old Bedford’s six-length win in the Ladbrokes Up For The Challenge (2000m). Freedman… Read More »

     
  • Jag Guthmann-Chester back in winner’s list

    Apprentice Jag Guthmann-Chester has had to work hard to get his first metropolitan winner since his return from injury. Guthmann Chester was leading the Brisbane apprentice’s premiership on eight winners when he injured a leg in a fall at Doomben in October. He resumed last month and landed his first… Read More »

     
  • Blaike McDougall keeps winners coming

    Apprentice Blaike McDougall has kept his winning momentum going with a double at Warwick Farm to go with his Randwick treble. McDougall’s three winners on Saturday was a personal milestone in town and he emphasised his form was no fluke with his two on Wednesday. He brought up his first… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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