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  • McDonald pleads guilty to betting charge

    Star jockey James McDonald has pleaded guilty to having an interest in a bet on Astern in a race in which he rode him to win. McDonald fronted Racing NSW Stewards on Thursday where his lawyer Matthew Stirling argued he should be given a two to three month ban and… Read More »

     
  • Options for Gold Coast-bound Snippets Land

    While Snippets Land isn’t getting any younger, co-trainer Paul Snowden insists the horse is going as well as ever as he sizes up a trip to the Gold Coast. There are options aplenty for the six-year-old gelding including the December Handicap (1400m) where he has been accepted to run at… Read More »

     
  • Ringo to rock older horses at Doomben

    Promising Ringo’s A Rockstar will tackle older horses at Doomben after missing a start at Caloundra when a three-year-old race was scrapped. Ringo’s A Rockstar will be having his first start since winning three races in a row earlier this season when he lines up in Saturday’s Class 3 Plate… Read More »

     
  • John Messara resigns as RA chairman

    Chairman John Messara has confirmed his resignation from the board of Racing Australia effective New Year’s Day, the date his tenure with the board of Racing NSW takes effect. Russell Balding, the new chairman of Racing NSW, has been nominated as Racing NSW’s representative on the Racing Australia board. “The… Read More »

     
  • Tests clear Cumani stable of strangles

    The Ballarat stables of Matt Cumani have been given the all-clear after a case of strangles closed down his training operation. Racing Victoria stewards on Thursday lifted the “infected place” status on the third and final barn following the receipt of clear test results. Strict quarantine protocols were put in… Read More »

     
  • Byrne suspended at Caloundra

    Top jockey Jim Byrne will be able to ride on ¬†day despite being suspended at the Sunshine Coast. Stewards found Byrne, who rode Stonecast, had caused Dream of Slips to be checked in the final 200m of Wednesday’s Class 5 (1200m). Byrne, who pleaded guilty, was suspended for 11 days… Read More »

     
  • Guy duo a danger to Realing’s Millions

    A two-pronged assault from the Bryan-Dan Guy training partnership is the main stumbling block to Realing qualifying for the Magic Millions Guineas¬†field. Realing is currently No. 37 on the list of qualifiers but a win in Saturday’s Three-Year-Old (1615m) at Doomben would lift him to No. 17 to get a… Read More »

     
  • Sports break gives trainer a city option

    Bendigo trainer Joshua Julius is taking advantage of a Christmas break in local sport to run Dubai King at Sandown. Dubai King chases a third straight win when he runs the Ladbrokes Up For The Challenge Handicap on Saturday. Most Saturdays, Julius plays cricket in the local Bendigo competition. “We’ve… Read More »

     
  • Waller stable breaks new ground with 2YOs

    For a stable with so many dominant strings to its bow, two-year-old features are one domain of racing that Chris Waller is yet to take by storm. The champion Sydney trainer has plundered 65 Group One races since 2008 and two of those have been won by two-year-olds. Brothers Pressday… Read More »

     
  • Cellargirl on cusp of Millions start

    Trainer Kelly Schweida’s biggest worry with two-year-old Cellargirl has become a reality with the filly on the cusp of making the Magic Millions Classic field. Cellargirl has been among the Magic Millions favourites since she scored an impressive win at Eagle Farm at her only start. She picked up $40,200… Read More »

     
  • Sacred Elixir on target for return

    New Zealand three-year-old Sacred Elixir is on target as he heads to another Group One race and the Derby win which eluded him in the Melbourne spring. “He had his first gallop last Saturday morning and he’s coming up super, I couldn’t be happier with him,” trainer Tony Pike told… Read More »

     
  • Tiara Star chases Magic Millions Classic start

    Trainer Toby Edmonds is desperately looking for another race to qualify Tiara Star for the Magic Millions Two-Year-Old Classic after her win at the Sunshine Coast. Tiara Star was equal 27th in order of entry for the Magic Millions Classic (1200m) on January 14 before she made a one-act affair… Read More »

     
  • Brenton Avdulla dominates with four-timer at Farm

    On target for a career-best season, Brenton Avdulla has strengthened his claims for the Sydney jockeys’ premiership with four winners at Warwick Farm. The 25-year-old set a personal benchmark of 59 city winners last season and before Christmas he has already booted home 39 after Wednesday’s meeting. The haul took… Read More »

     
  • Luck changes for Heathcote at the Coast

    Gangly mare Bocage is the cheapest horse in trainer Robert Heathcote’s stable but she was hailed like a champion after winning on Wednesday. Bocage ($7), who cost only $7000, won a Class 1 (1600m) but Heathcote let out an audible sigh of relief after the victory. Heathcote started the season… Read More »