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  • Ben Smith’s talented 2yo chases city win

    Going up against the might of Sydney’s leading trainers doesn’t faze Ben Smith. Pitted against two-year-olds trained by Chris Waller, John O’Shea and Gai Waterhouse, the Newcastle trainer believes Enterprise Mount won’t be outclassed in a 1400m-handicap at Rosehill on Saturday. “It’s a hard race stepping up to Saturday city… Read More »

     
  • Football trailblazer Cowan lands at Freo

    Football trailblazer Michelle Cowan is holding out hope of one day joining the Ross Lyon-led coaching panel at Fremantle, but for now she’s fully focused on guiding the Dockers’ women’s team to premiership glory. Cowan, a former development coach at the Demons, has been appointed the inaugural coach of Fremantle’s… Read More »

     
  • Northam dreaming of a second Ramornie Handicap

    Northam dreaming of a second Ramornie Handicap

    Growing up on his parents’ dairy farm in NSW’s Hunter region, Rod Northam dreamed of winning a Ramornie Handicap. Big Money, the horse which made the dream a reality for the trainer in 2014, will try to win the $160,000 Listed 1200m Grafton feature for a second time on Wednesday…. Read More »

     
  • Calls for inquiry into horseracing

    Calls for inquiry into horseracing

    An animal welfare group has called for an inquiry into the horseracing industry, saying like greyhound racing, thousands of animals are killed because they are deemed uncompetitive. The Coalition for the Protection of Racehorses (CPR) says about 10,000 racehorses are retired each year but there is no way to track… Read More »

     
  • Mr Individual to continue winter campaign

    Three-year-old Mr Individual is back in Victoria and set to continue his winter preparation at Caulfield after a winless two-run Queensland campaign. Mr Individual was taken north for the Group Two Queensland Guineas but finished 10th after over-racing and hanging out around the home turn. He then led under Glen… Read More »

     
  • Weir-trained stars building up for spring

    Weir-trained stars building up for spring

    Prince Of Penzance is on target to return to the scene of his Melbourne Cup triumph at Flemington in the Makybe Diva Stakes. Trainer Darren Weir has a number of high-profile gallopers building up to this year’s spring carnival, including Cup winner Prince Of Penzance who galloped with Japanese horse… Read More »

     
  • Busier week than normal for Wine ‘N’ Dine

    Joe Pride has been forced to alter Wine `N’ Dine’s training regime in preparation for his assignment in the Listed Winter Stakes at Rosehill. Saturday’s heavy track persuaded the trainer to skip Randwick and give Wine `N’ Dine a rare weekend off. The six-year-old usually swims and has a light… Read More »

     
  • Lindsay Park with two Monash Stakes hopes

    Dwayne Dunn will be chasing a third-straight win in the Sir John Monash Stakes when he rides Fast `N’ Rocking at Caulfield. Group One placegetter Fast `N’ Rocking is one of two horses trainers David Hayes and Tom Dabernig have heading to Saturday’s Group Three weight-for-age sprint. Dunn’s apprentice son… Read More »

     
  • Racing boss hits back at welfare claims

    Racing boss hits back at welfare claims

    Thoroughbred racing boss Peter McGauran has hit back at suggestions the industry loses track of horses in great numbers as a protest group calls for an inquiry into the sport. The chief executive of the thoroughbred regulatory body, Racing Australia, McGauran says a new rule to be introduced shortly will… Read More »

     
  • Alysha Collett wins Mongolian race

    The New Zealand and Chinese racing industries have joined together for the inaugural running of the New Zealand Bloodstock Cup at Korchin in Inner Mongolia. Sunday’s race for three-year-olds was a joint venture between NZB and Mr Lang Lin of the Inner Mongolia Rider Horse Club and the owner of… Read More »

     
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  • Chiong caps Hong Kong season with title

    Champion apprentice Kei Kei Chiong has been named Hong Kong’s most popular jockey ahead of one-month stint in Australia. Chiong, who beat Joao Moreira in the public vote, ended the Hong Kong season as the leading apprentice and the top local rider with 37 wins for the season. She will… Read More »

     
  • Nikitas and Thunder Down Under join Waller

    Nikitas and Thunder Down Under join Waller

    Talented colt Nikitas has arrived at Chris Waller’s Sydney stable from Queensland to be prepared for a Group One spring campaign. Kelso Wood trained Nikitas for his two-year-old campaign which resulted in a win and a second to Capitalist in the rich Magic Millions Classic. The colt’s owners now include… Read More »

     
  • Happy Clapper’s Epsom Handicap path determined

    Happy Clapper’s Epsom Handicap path determined

    Happy Clapper is back, bigger and better than ever as he looks to win the Epsom Handicap during the spring. The Pat Webster-trained gelding emerged as a genuine Group One contender in the autumn, finishing second to Winx in the Doncaster Mile. A week later Happy Clapper finished third in… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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