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  • Ruby Ride out of action for three months

    Queensland apprentice Ruby Ride will be out for up to three months with a pelvic injury. Ride was aboard Zippity Zou in the mounting yard at Ipswich on Friday when the horse reared up and fell on her. She is in Brisbane’s Princess Alexandra Hospital where she is in a […]

  • Rest of the World team third in Shergar

    After a good start to the Shergar Cup, the Rest of the World featuring Australian riders Kerrin McEvoy and Blake Shinn has had to settle for third place in the team event at Ascot. The jockeys’ series was won by the womens’ team with apprentice Sammy Jo Bell taking the […]

  • Manageress confirms liking for Flemington

    Manageress has raced to her second impressive Flemington win of a campaign that could have the Group Two Matriarch Stakes as a spring target. The Colin and Cindy Alderson-trained four-year-old won the Rivette Series Final last month at Flemington before finishing fourth at her most recent start in the lucrative […]

  • Wolfgram celebrates stable switch in style

    Apprentice Travis Wolfgram has picked up his first Sydney winner after guiding Boss Lane to victory at Randwick. The Ron Quinton-trained five-year-old was too strong in the TAB Place Multi Handicap on Saturday. Quinton, who took former star apprentices Sam Clipperton and Hugh Bowman under his wing, said it was […]

  • Rawiller says goodbye with Randwick win

    Nash Rawiller has farewelled Sydney for the time being on a high note with victory aboard Sweet Fire at Randwick. A suspension means Rawiller will return to Hong Kong earlier than planned to prepare for the new season which begins in September. The three-time Sydney premiership winner has spent the […]

  • Country trainer lands first Flemington win

    Sunday Escape has given country trainer Andrew Murray with his first Flemington winner. With a team of six horses in work at Sale, Murray first tasted metropolitan success when Sunday Escape scored at Caulfield in April. Murray is now toying with the idea of giving Sunday Escape a break after […]

  • Shiraz wins Group 3 Aurie’s Star by a nose

    Shiraz has passed his biggest test yet to continue on his winning way in the Aurie’s Star Handicap. In a head-bobbing finish to Saturday’s Group Three sprint at Flemington, Shiraz got his nose down at the right time to deny last-start Listed winner Play Master by the barest margin. The […]

  • Steel Zip surprises with easy Doomben win

    Veteran galloper Steel Zip stunned his trainer Pat Duff with the ease of his win on a firm track at Doomben on Saturday. Eight-year-old Steel Zip went past $600,000 in prize money when he scored by three lengths in the Brisbane Centre For Pain Management Handicap (1350m). Duff, back at […]

  • Burbero the gun in the WFA Missile Stakes

    The first good track at Randwick in six months has brought out the best in Burbero in the Group Two Missile Stakes with trainer Bjorn Baker now setting his sights on the Epsom Handicap. Baker was forced to find a new jockey when Brodie Loy was injured at Warwick Farm […]

  • Sadler joins father with Flemington double

    Apprentice Tom Sadler has followed his father John in completing a winning double at Flemington. Sadler snr trained the winners of the first two races with Wanted and Charmed Harmony, the latter ridden by Tom. Longshot Del Prado provided Sadler with the second leg of his double in the Timothy […]