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  • Galloway gets chance at city double

    Trainer Michael Costa’s decision to split Manaya and Brooklyn Storm has given jockey Scott Galloway a chance for a rare Saturday metropolitan double. Galloway has been a fixture in Queensland racing for decades and has ridden more than 1300 winners including 24 in stakes races. He was a regular rider… Read More »

     
  • Well-bred Long Leaf to make stakes debut

    A crack at New Zealand’s richest race is among the options for well-bred two-year-old Long Leaf who will first chase a valuable stakes win at Sandown. Long Leaf made a winning start to his career at Morphettville on October 28 and lines up for his second start in Saturday’s Listed… Read More »

     
  • Monsieur Gustave to keep improving

    Caloundra galloper Monsieur Gustave is set to confirm he is the most improved horse in Queensland when he resumes at Doomben. Monsieur Gustave will be aiming to keep his excellent strike rate in stakes races intact in Saturday’s Listed Keith Noud Quality (1200m). The gelding won the Listed Eye Liner… Read More »

     
  • LNP makes widespread promise for racing

    The Queensland LNP opposition will restructure the state’s racing governing body with separate boards for each of the three codes and a country board, if elected in the state poll later this month. The LNP matched a Labor Party promise with a $72.9 million plan to wholly finance country racing… Read More »

     
  • Jockey suspensions cause problems

    A stewards crackdown on careless riding has caused a headache for Brisbane’s premier trainer Tony Gollan at Doomben. Gollan accepted with 12 horses on Saturday which would usually have been divided between jockeys Jim Byrne and Tegan Harrison. Both are missing under suspension while Robbie Fradd, another regularly used by… Read More »

     
  • Enable Europe’s best of the year

    Enable has been named Europe’s Horse of the Year at the Cartier Racing Awards ceremony in London. The outstanding three-year-old filly, trained by John Gosden, had a stunning year which reached its zenith with victory in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. The other nominees were Cracksman, Ribchester and Ulysses…. Read More »

     
  • Summer Passage to race in Hong Kong

    New Zealand Group One winner Summer Passage will do his future racing in Hong Kong. The Lance O’Sullivan and Andrew Scott-trained colt, winner of the Sistema Stakes at Ellerslie in March, finished second in the Group One ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes in the autumn and second again in the Group… Read More »

     
  • Man charged over assault on QRIC stewards

    Police have charged a man after an alleged assault on two Queensland Racing Integrity Commission stewards on Tuesday. The alleged assault was during an inspection by the officers, who are in an integrity unit which is separate from raceday stewards, as they were conducting a stables inspection at a Southbrook… Read More »

     
  • Bowman, Moore set for Hong Kong showdown

    Defending champion Hugh Bowman has been confirmed as Australia’s representative for the International Jockeys’ Championship in Hong Kong. Bowman will be among eight overseas riders competing against four from Hong Kong in the world’s richest jockey challenge. The Sydney jockey is vying for the title of world’s best jockey for… Read More »

     
  • Almandin favourite to win Zipping Classic

    Last year’s Melbourne Cup winner Almandin is the early favourite to give prominent owner Lloyd Williams another win in the race named for his former star galloper Zipping. A field of eight was declared for Saturday’s Group Two Zipping Classic (2400m) on Wednesday, with Almandin one of three horses in… Read More »

     
  • Boom Time settles into Japan ahead of Cup

    Caulfield Cup winner Boom Time is settling in well ahead of his start in the Japan Cup. Boom Time, who is owned by his co-trainer David Hayes, earned an invitation to contest Sunday week’s Japan Cup (2400m) after winning the $3 million Caulfield Cup over the same distance last month…. Read More »

     
  • Aonair spoils Chris Munce’s Sydney mission

    Aonair has foiled Chris Munce’s first trip to Sydney as a trainer by reeling in Lucky Jackson over the latter stages of a staying test at Hawkesbury. The Chris Waller-trained three-year-old filly secured the second win of her career when claiming the Blakes Marine Handicap (1800m) by a length. “She’s… Read More »

     
  • Fanatic on target for Listed Sandown Cup

    Fresh from her first Australian win during the Melbourne Cup carnival, New Zealand Group One winner Fanatic will be chasing more success in the Listed Sandown Cup. Fanatic sprinted well at the end of 2800m to win on the undercard to the Melbourne Cup at Flemington and steps up to… Read More »

     
  • Dream I Can provides memorable moment

    Dream I Can has finally rewarded the faith of connections and trainer Ron Quinton by winning for the first time at his 12th start. Quinton’s relief was obvious as Dream I Can broke through at Hawkesbury on Wednesday. Dream I Can levelled up to fellow $3.20 equal favourite Lankan Pharoah… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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