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  • Ireland to introduce tough bans for doping

    A lifetime ban for any horse administered prohibited substances is among the recommendations in a report published by Horse Racing Ireland. The Irish Thoroughbred Industry Anti-Doping Task Force was set up following the disqualification of trainer Philip Fenton in 2014 after he was found to have banned substances, including anabolic… Read More »

     
  • Pride Of Dubai favouritism under attack

    The Chris Waller-trained Counterattack is pressing Group One winner Pride Of Dubai for favouritism on the Eskimo Prince Stakes at Randwick. Since betting opened on the Group Three race, Counterattack has been the best-backed runner, firming from $6 to $4.40. Pride Of Dubai, who steps out for the first time… Read More »

     
  • Golden Spin heavily backed in Manfred Stks

    The Lee and Anthony Freedman-trained Golden Spin has been heavily supported to extend his winning run at Caulfield. Golden Spin has been backed from $4.80 into $4.20 favouritism for the Group Three Manfred Stakes on Saturday as he aims for his fifth consecutive win. After scoring at Bendigo in August,… Read More »

     
  • ‘Jigger’ discovery prompts stipes’ inquiry

    An electrical device found at the Geelong racecourse has sparked a stewards’ investigation. Commonly referred to as a jigger, the device gives a horse an electrical shock in the hope it will improve performance. “We can confirm that Racing Victoria stewards are conducting an investigation into the circumstances that led… Read More »

     
  • Breeders’ Classic figures in timely move

    The times they are a changin’ in Australian racing, but it doesn’t mean officials will be singing from the same song sheet. In a move that addresses a clash between the Breeders’ Classic at Randwick and the fourth event at Caulfield on Saturday, Racing NSW has brought forward the starting… Read More »

     
  • Stablemates chase two-state Inglis success

    Sam Pritchard-Gordon has a top chance in the Inglis Classic in Sydney and the trainer is hoping for an encouraging debut from Watch My Shadow in another sales-restricted race in Melbourne. Pritchard-Gordon will start stakes-placed filly Soviet Secret in Saturday’s $250,000 race at Randwick, while at Caulfield he will give… Read More »

     
  • Tests to decide Signoff Caulfield start

    Darren Weir is waiting on the results of a blood test before committing Signoff to a start at Caulfield. Signoff needs to contest the Robert Hunter Handicap on Saturday to have any chance of lining up in next month’s Adelaide Cup at Morphettville. The stayer has had his campaign thrown… Read More »

     
  • Guineas hope Palentino returns in Manfred

    Jockey Brad Rawiller is in an enviable position heading towards the Group One Australian Guineas. But it’s one that might come with a tough decision. Rawiller will ride the Darren Weir-trained Palentino in a race for the first time when the colt resumes in Saturday’s Group Three Manfred Stakes at… Read More »

     
  • Sheiswhatsheis after overdue Brisbane win

    Classy mare Sheiswhatsheis’s unlucky summer needs to turn around if she is to have a chance to qualify for stakes races during the Brisbane winter carnival. Her trainer Tony Gollan has 55 metropolitan winners this season but he believes Sheiswhatsheis should have given him several more. Sheiswhatsheis showed her class… Read More »

     
  • Zoutenant out to continue family tradition

    Family pride goes on the line for Tulloch Lodge recruit Zoutenant against Group One colts Pride Of Dubai and Counterattack in the Eskimo Prince Stakes. So does the bone and muscle method of training that is an integral part of stable way as trainer Gai Waterhouse tries to take the… Read More »

     
  • Sheiswhatsheis chasing over win at Doomben

    Classy mare Sheiswhatsheis’s unlucky summer needs to turn around if she is to have a chance to qualify for stakes races during the Brisbane winter carnival. Her trainer Tony Gollan has 55 metropolitan winners this season but he believes Sheiswhatsheis should have given him several more. Sheiswhatsheis showed her class… Read More »

     
  • RV stewards investigating horse sale to HK

    The sale of an unraced horse is the subject of a Racing Victoria stewards’ inquiry. Trainer Brent Stanley is under investigation after the unraced Equita was sold to Hong Kong. Equita, who races in Hong Kong as Dancing Flames, won a Cranbourne barrier trial last year with Group winner Kinglike… Read More »

     
  • Gough on weather watch with Right Or Wrong

    Trainer Lindsay Gough is keeping a close watch on Brisbane’s heatwave with Right Or Wrong set to back-up within a week. Right Or Wrong won at Doomben last week and is scheduled to run in Saturday’s Mount Franklin Handicap at the same track. Brisbane has had stifling weather and Gough… Read More »

     
  • Record prize money for Hawkesbury meeting

    Hawkesbury Race Club will offer a record $1.165 million prize money for its annual Saturday feature meeting. The Hawkesbury Gold Cup and Hawkesbury Guineas will both be boosted by $50,000 to $200,000 for the meeting on April 30. The other Group Three race on the program, the Darley Crown, will… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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