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  • Walker returns to trackwork after injury

    Jockey Michael Walker has returned to trackwork for the first time in more than four months after his latest injury absence. Walker has not ridden in a race since mid-February when he needed to be helped off a horse post-race after his back seized up. The jockey has since undergone… Read More »

  • Mertens can build on premiership lead

    With Craig Williams on the sidelines for the next two city meetings, Beau Mertens will be out to build a bigger lead in the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership at Sandown. A winning double at Caulfield on Saturday without reply from Williams took Mertens back to the top of the Melbourne standings… Read More »

  • Donna Philpot to be farewelled at Bendigo

    Donna Philpot will be farewelled in a service at Bendigo Racecourse after losing her life in a trackwork accident. A stalwart of the close-knit Bendigo racing community, Philpot suffered fatal injuries in the early morning incident at Bendigo last Tuesday. The service to celebrate her life will be held at… Read More »

  • Dean Yendall out for at least two days

    Leading Victorian jockey Dean Yendall will miss at least two days riding after suffering a shoulder injury in a fall at Mildura. Yendall told Melbourne’s RSN927 he initially thought he had broken his scapula in the fall which happened shortly after the start of the final race on Monday. Scans… Read More »

  • Limato to take on Caravaggio in July Cup

    Harry Bentley will ride Limato in his defence of the July Cup in which he will take on unbeaten colt Caravaggio. Both are being considered for a trip to Sydney in October for the inaugural $10 million Everest. Bentley rode the Henry Candy-trained five-year-old when he won the 2016 July… Read More »

  • Hayley Turner fit for jockeys’ challenge

    Britain’s most successful female jockey Hayley Turner has returned to the saddle with a winner at Windsor ahead of her appearance in a jockeys’ challenge in Sweden. Turner retired from race riding in 2015, but will take part in the Lady Jockeys’ Thoroughbred World Championships in Sweden on Tuesday (Wednesday… Read More »

  • No breaks for Dean Yendall in Mildura fall

    Leading Victorian jockey Dean Yendall has escaped without any broken bones after a fall at Mildura. Yendall rode three winners on Monday’s program but came off Solider’s Image shortly after the start of the final race of the day. The jockey was taken to hospital for scans which showed soft… Read More »

  • Yendall taken to hospital after fall

    Jockey Dean Yendall has been taken to hospital for scans after a fall early in a race at Mildura. Yendall rode a winning treble at Monday’s meeting but came off Soldier’s Image shortly after the start of the final race. Racing Victoria said Yendall was conscious and speaking to medical… Read More »

  • Amovatio entered for another Winter Final

    A former Winter Championship Series Final winner is among the 23 nominations for this year’s $150,000 race at Flemington. The Chris Waller-trained Amovatio won the Winter Final two years ago and Sydney’s premier trainer has entered the six-year-old for Saturday’s 1600m-race for which he has been given topweight of 60kg…. Read More »

  • Lord Of The Sky wins Cranbourne trial

    Comeback sprinter Lord Of The Sky has won a barrier trial at Cranbourne as he builds towards a return to the races. The Robbie Laing-trained horse has not raced since August last year and is being readied for a return to the races this month after his owners could not… Read More »

  • Le Romain ready to scale Everest

    Triple Group One winner Le Romain is set for the first of two barrier trials ahead of his comeback to racing and a bid for a spot in The Everest. The four-year-old is listed in an 845m heat at Wyong on Wednesday with trainer Kris Lees earmarking the Group Two… Read More »

  • Whoomph to run in Taj Rossi Series Final

    Whoomph has bounced through his last-start second to boom colt Royal Symphony and will be given his chance at a stakes race late in his juvenile season. Co-trainer Troy Corstens has a high opinion of Whoomph who is entered to meet the Tony McEvoy-trained Royal Symphony again in Saturday’s Listed… Read More »

  • Lipizzan to enhance her record at home

    He might not have won as many two-year-old races as some of the bigger stables this season but Gary Portelli can still claim bragging rights with the performances of She Will Reign capped by her Golden Slipper triumph. While Lindsay Park, Godolphin, Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott and Peter and… Read More »

  • Bayliss closing in on return to the saddle

    Group One-winning jockey Regan Bayliss has been given the green light to return to trackwork next week and expects to be back at the races before the end of the season. Bayliss broke his wrist in a race fall at Geelong on May 19 and received positive news about his… Read More »


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