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  • Minding all business in 1000 Guineas

    Minding has led in an Aidan O’Brien-trained trifecta in the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket. Her win on Sunday came 24 hours after the disappointment of stablemate Air Force Blue’s failure as the odds-on favourite in the 2000 Guineas for colts. Long admired by all those involved with her, including jockey… Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua proves he is the best

    Chautauqua has shown why he is ranked the best sprinter in the world, becoming the first Australian horse to win a Group One race in Hong Kong. Against the pattern of the day’s racing, Chautauqua came from last at the top of the straight to win the Chairman’s Sprint Prize… Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua wins Hong Kong G1 sprint

    Australian Chautauqua has confirmed his standing as the world’s best sprinter with a last-to-first win in the Chairman’s Sprint Prize at Sha Tin. The striking grey had to come wide at the top of the straight where he sustained a powerful run to gather in Lucky Bubbles. Buffering, Australia’s other… Read More »

     
  • Precious Gem to get chance at Group One

    Having achieved a stakes win with Precious Gem, trainer Henry Dwyer will now give the mare her chance to add a Group One victory to her resume. Precious Gem joined Dwyer’s stable after last year’s spring carnival and the mare’s new trainer initially had his sights on the Group Two… Read More »

     
  • Spiritjim to make Australian debut in Qld

    The country’s leading Group One trainer is turning his attention to Brisbane with former European Spiritjim among the advance guard for the winter carnival. Over the coming weeks, Chris Waller will be looking to add to his 15 Group One wins for the season and Spiritjim has the credentials to… Read More »

     
  • Abbey Marie is Australasian Oaks-bound

    Unbeaten filly Abbey Marie is to be given the chance to emulate her elder sister by winning a Group One Oaks. Trainer Mick Kent is planning to start Abbey Marie in Saturday’s Australasian Oaks at Morphettville after two wins in Melbourne from her two starts. “We’re heading that way. As… Read More »

     
  • Fell Swoop likely favourite for BTC Cup

    Canberra sprinter Fell Swoop’s quest for a first Group One win could be a little easier with English unlikely to run in the BTC Cup. Trainer Gai Waterhouse has indicated the All Aged Stakes winner will be saved for the Doomben 10,000 on May 28. With English still in the… Read More »

     
  • Extra Zero to make jumps debut

    In the past, Australian jumps racing has been the domain of failed flat performers. Times have changed with quality flat horses now making their mark over obstacles. Extra Zero, runner-up in one of Australia’s premier weight-for-age races, the Australian Cup at Flemington last year, is among the latest to have… Read More »

     
  • Flying Artie to miss the spring

    One of Melbourne’s best two-year-olds will miss the spring after being diagnosed with an unusual injury. The Mick Price-trained Flying Artie, runner-up in the Blue Diamond Stakes before finishing third in the Golden Slipper in March, missed a start in the Sires’ Produce Stakes at Randwick during The Championships because… Read More »

     
  • Nyquist aims at Kentucky Derby

    A year after American Pharoah thrilled the sports world by winning horse racing’s first Triple Crown in 37 years, here comes Nyquist. The colt named for Detroit Red Wings hockey player Gustav Nyquist is looking like a worthy successor for a sport eager to retain the new fans it gained… Read More »

     
  • Galileo delivers Gold for Hugo Palmer

    Galileo Gold has run out an emphatic winner of the 2000 Guineas for Frankie Dettori and Hugo Palmer at Newmarket. Prominent throughout, the Al Shaqab-owned colt streaked clear going into the dip and beat Massaat by 1-1/2 lengths. The odds-on favourite Air Force Blue was in trouble early and finished… Read More »

     
  • Weight-watcher Hutchings wins Group 3 Cup

    A daily check of his weight in front of his boss may have saved the Australian career of apprentice Rory Hutchings. Hutchings celebrated his first stakes success for his master Chris Waller at Hawkesbury on Saturday, only for the leading trainer to reveal how he has had to keep the… Read More »

     
  • Charmed Harmony on Stradbroke path

    Trainer John Sadler is planning a Stradbroke Handicap mission for Charmed Harmony after the gelding held on to win at Caulfield. Charmed Harmony sat to the outside of leader Sistine Demon in Saturday’s Charter Keck Cramer Plate (1400m) and fought him off in the straight, lasting to beat Lord Durante… Read More »

     
  • Spill The Beans wins G3 Guineas

    The mystery of Spill The Beans running the worst race of his career during The Championships may never be solved. Not that it matters now after the three-year-old emerged as a leading Scone Guineas contender with his Hawkesbury Guineas win on Saturday. “I still can’t work out what happened to… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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