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  • Michelle Payne nominated for ‘The Don’ Award

    Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne is in esteemed company as one of eight nominations for the 2016 ‘The Don’ Award. Named in honour of the late Sir Donald Bradman, Sport Australia Hall of Fame’s annual ‘The Don’ Award recognises the athlete or team who, through their performance and example over… Read More »

     
  • Veteran trainers outed on cruelty charges

    Two veteran NSW country trainers have been banned on animal cruelty charges. Jim Delaney and Cliff Bashford appeared before Racing NSW stewards on Thursday over the treatment given to an unraced two-year-old filly which had a tendon injury. The filly was euthanased on June 17 after being treated with a… Read More »

     
  • Hayes team to train Caviar’s first foal

    Black Caviar’s first foal will join the Lindsay Park team headed by Hall of Fame trainer David Hayes. The two-year-old filly named Oscietra, a type of caviar, will join the training partnership of Hayes, his son Ben and nephew Tom Dabernig which has a base at Euroa in country Victoria…. Read More »

     
  • Larry Cassidy wins Lismore Cup

    Larry Cassidy has outsmarted his rivals in the Lismore Cup with a daring ride on the Joanne Hardy-trained Collaboration to win by 10 lengths. The multiple Group One-winning jockey recently returned from a long injury lay-off and said he rode the gelding as per instructions. “Joanne told me not to… Read More »

     
  • No hiding place at Eagle Farm for Pearl

    Hidden Pearl’s trainer Barry Lockwood can find no reason for Hidden Pearl’s Sydney failure and punters are backing his judgment ahead of the mare’s return at Eagle Farm. Hidden Pearl is the $2.20 favourite for the Saturday’s 1200m-Open Handicap, three weeks after she finished midfield, six lengths from the winner… Read More »

     
  • Unbeaten Evacuation on Guineas trail

    One Sydney colt has been scratched from the Caulfield Guineas Prelude but another will be out to show why he’s so highly rated when he makes his Melbourne debut. Evacuation tackles Saturday’s 1400m Group Three Prelude at Caulfield, with his co-trainers Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott convinced the race is… Read More »

     
  • Gundagai hero Zero To Ten in Group 3 tilt

    When Zero to Ten jumps at Rosehill he will be an outsider, but punters in a NSW town almost 370km away will back him past the post no matter what race it is. With only five horse in the Group Three Colin Stephen Queen’s Cup on Saturday, Gundagai-based Zero To… Read More »

     
  • Jade Da Rose almost claims perfect start

    Jade Da Rose almost completed a fairytale start to her new dual career at Mornington. The Cranbourne-based horsewoman finished second aboard Parwan Prince, a horse she also trains for her parents and a few friends on Thursday. Da Rose, along with Michelle Payne and Rhonda Mangan, was last month granted… Read More »

     
  • Impending looking to extend Godolphin form

    Godolphin’s sparkling start to the Australian racing year could be the first sign they are beginning to peg back the dominance of Chris Waller. Sheikh Mohammed’s big money operation had three elite-level wins last season, lagging behind Sydney’s premier trainer Waller who plundered 15 Group One races. But Godolphin’s early… Read More »

     
  • What you need to know about the Underwood Stakes

    UNDERWOOD STAKES Group One, $500,000, 1800m, weight-for-age HISTORY First run in 1924 when known as Williamstown Stakes. A good lead-up to the Cox Plate. Significant winners include: Whittier (1924/25), Phar Lap (1931), Ajax (1938-39-40), Lord (1958), Rain Lover (1969), So Called (1978), Sovereign Red (1981), Bonecrusher (1986), Jeune (1994), Octagonal… Read More »

     
  • Jalan Jalan ready for Caulfield return

    Colin Little is a trainer known for his patience. When lightly raced mare Jalan Jalan was showing signs all was not well he decided to back off and wait. The time is now right for Jalan Jalan to make her return in Saturday’s Alfred Hospital Plate at Caulfield. For two… Read More »

     
  • Light build-up suits fresh Lucia Valentina

    As Lucia Valentina gets older her trainer Kris Lees believes he has found a new winning formula. It won the mare a Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Randwick in the autumn and it could give her a Cox Plate this spring. An important stepping stone for Lucia Valentina’s Cox Plate bid… Read More »

     
  • Key facts about the Rupert Clarke Stakes

    SIR RUPERT CLARKE STAKES $500,000, Group One, Handicap, 1400m at Caulfield HISTORY Registered name Invitation Stakes and first run in 1951. Significant winners include Matrice (1955), Tauto (1970-71), Cap D’Antibes (1975), Raffindale (1977), Manikato (1978), Magari (1982), Canny Lass (1986), Mannerism (1992), Encosta De Lago (1996), Testa Rossa (1999-2000) and… Read More »

     
  • Williams aims for 6th Rupert Clarke Stakes

    Craig Williams’ first win in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes 11 years ago added another chapter to a family history in the race. The jockey has since added another four victories in the 1400m Group One handicap at Caulfield in the past decade and is favourite to win it again… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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