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  • Tahlia Hope gets back on board at Seymour

    Apprentice Tahlia Hope has made a return to the winner’s circle at Seymour after being sidelined with injury. Hope suffered a fractured ankle when unseated from a horse at Ballarat jump-outs in March. She was originally expected to be out for 12 weeks but only made her return to riding… Read More »

     
  • Metropolitan favourite to show credentials

    Alward has another opportunity to justify his high rating for the Group One Metropolitan when the Irish-bred gelding tries for a third-straight win at Rosehill. The five-year-old joined Chris Waller’s stable from France last September and came to prominence with his first win in Australia at Flemington last month. Alward… Read More »

     
  • Sanadaat to press Group One Thousand Guineas claims

    The Lindsay Park team has a number of quality fillies in the stable and Thousand Guineas hopeful Sanadaat is one who has flown under the radar. That could be about to change. “We think she’s a real sleeper in the stable,” co-trainer Ben Hayes said. Sanadaat won in Adelaide on… Read More »

     
  • Trainer scared of rival at The Valley

    Trainer Robert Smerdon says you should never miss a race because of one horse. However, the presence of Brave Smash in a Moonee Valley stakes race has him concerned. The Darren Weir-trained Brave Smash is the $1.60 favourite for Saturday’s Strathmore Community Bendigo Bank Stakes in which Smerdon is represented… Read More »

     
  • Kementari on notice for Golden Rose start

    Godolphin colt Kementari has been challenged to prove the worth of a burgeoning reputation in a dress rehearsal race for the Golden Rose. The Lonhro three-year-old heads to Saturday’s Run To The Rose among the favoured runners though trainer James Cummings says Kementari must make a statement. “He’s going into… Read More »

     
  • Rhythm To Spare earns chance in WFA race

    The Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes was not initially on the agenda for Rhythm To Spare but trainer Mike Moroney senses an opportunity for the gelding in the weight-for-age race. Rhythm To Spare was a late entry for Saturday’s $250,000 race at Moonee Valley when nominations were extended. Connections had… Read More »

     
  • Apprentice suspension cut on RAD appeal

    A suspension has forced apprentice Ethan Brown out of racing at Moonee Valley but he’s had a careless riding penalty reduced on appeal. The in-form apprentice failed in his bid to have the suspension overturned but did have it cut by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Thursday. Brown… Read More »

     
  • Foxplay no certainty for Rosehill

    Chris Waller is considering options for Foxplay, including the possibility of missing a Theo Marks Stakes clash with stablemate Egg Start. Sydney’s premier trainer has Foxplay in Saturday’s Group Three race at Rosehill but admits her second-up run could be delayed until Randwick next weekend. He said Foxplay’s effort in… Read More »

     
  • Russian Revolution after Valley sprint win

    Russian Revolution will be racing for more than a major cut of prize money when he runs in a stakes race at Moonee Valley. The four-year-old is an early flagbearer for the new Melbourne set-up of father-and-son training partners Peter and Paul Snowden who have 30 boxes at Flemington. Russian… Read More »

     
  • Fred Cowell to see Mighty Lucky in action

    Being reliant on an electric wheelchair won’t be enough to keep veteran trainer Fred Cowell away from Rosehill. Plagued by leg ulcers for two years, Cowell is determined to make the trip from the Central Coast to Sydney, where his rank outsider Mighty Lucky takes on an array of rising… Read More »

     
  • Gollan rings changes to spark Charlie Boy

    Charlie Boy will carry blinkers and have a senior rider for the first time this campaign in a bid to bring out his best. Trainer Tony Gollan has a great record with former Sydney horses, having won more than a dozen races with gallopers such as Didntcostalot, Casual Choice, Frespanol,… Read More »

     
  • Whypeeo out to increase bank for Millions

    Toby Edmonds is looking to three-year-old Whypeeo to build a war chest for better races when he returns to Doomben. Whypeeo clocked an exceptional 1min02.31secs when he won a three-year-old at the Gold Coast over 1100m two weeks ago. It was a class record and just a touch outside the… Read More »

     
  • Old ties key to Schweida two-state assault

    Eagle Farm trainer Kelly Schweida has called on two long-standing associations with jockeys as he chases a two-state feature race double. Schweida has booked Christian Reith to ride Shogun Sun in the Group Two Run To the Rose (1200m) at Rosehill and Ric McMahon for Outraged in the Open Handicap… Read More »

     
  • Moor to start suspension after South Korea

    Jockey Daniel Moor can take a few extra days break in South Korea after being banned for six meetings on a whip-related offence at Sandown. Moor won aboard the Anthony Freedman-trained Stone Warrior in Wednesday’s Nick Johnstone Real Estate Handicap but incurred a suspension for using the whip on 12… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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