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  • Brown upbeat about Lord Von Costa

    It hasn’t taken long for trainer Stephen Brown to form a high opinion of recent stable recruit Lord Von Costa. In his first race for Brown at Flemington two weeks ago, Lord Von Costa finished second to the exciting Spieth in an 1100m sprint. It was the second time in… Read More »

     
  • Glendara to do better at Doomben: Baldwin

    Trainer Barry Baldwin is hoping the worst run of Glendara’s career can be put down to the new Eagle farm racing surface. Glendara was beaten seven lengths when he beat just one opponent in the Listed Spear Chief Stakes (1650m) at Eagle Farm two weeks ago. He will front up… Read More »

     
  • A drying Doomben track to suit Choice Bro

    The winds which have hit Brisbane this week have helped Choice Bro’s chances of a return to the winner’s list in the 1200m-Open Handicap at Doomben. Choice Bro won the Listed Toowoomba Weetwood on April 16 and was given a short break after finishing unplaced in the Prime Minister’s Cup… Read More »

     
  • Tassie racing boss to take over in Qld

    Tasmania Racing boss Eliot Forbes has been appointed the new CEO of Racing Queensland. The equine veterinarian surgeon, who has headed Adsorption for about four years, will be in charge of all three racing codes and takes over at a time when greyhound racing is under scrutiny because of animal… Read More »

     
  • James Orman still in premiership race

    James Orman still in premiership race

    James Orman’s Brisbane premiership hopes are still alive following a reduction in a careless riding suspension. The 19-year-old apprentice is in a three-way battle with veterans Jeff Lloyd and Jim Byrne for the senior title. Orman was suspended for 11 days at the Ipswich Cup meeting on June 18 and… Read More »

     
  • Eliot Forbes new RQ chief executive

    Racing Queensland has a new chief executive more than a year after Darren Condon was sacked from the role in the wake of the greyhound live-baiting scandal. Veterinarian Dr Eliot Forbes, currently the chief executive of Tasracing, will return to his home state to take up the on August 22…. Read More »

     
  • Tassie racing boss to take over Qld

    Tasracing’s boss Eliot Forbes has been appointed the new CEO of Racing Queensland. The qualified vet, who has headed up Tasracing for about four years, will be in charge of all three racing codes and takes over at a time when greyhound racing is under immense scrutiny because of animal… Read More »

     
  • Nominations taken for 2017 Blue Diamond

    Reigning Blue Diamond-winning trainer Mick Price has numbers on his side for his defence of the race next year. Nominations have been taken for next year’s $1.5 million Blue Diamond (1200m) for two-year-olds, with 1372 horses entered. Price, who trains at Caulfield and has won the Blue Diamond with Samaready… Read More »

     
  • James McDonald wins G2 race in England

    James McDonald has been seen at his best, steering Big Orange to an all-the-way defence of the Group Two Princess Of Wales’s Stakes at Newmarket. The leading Sydney jockey, who is retained by Godolphin, is on an extended sojourn in England during the Australian winter and picked up the ride… Read More »

     
  • RNSW unconcerned about revenue loss

    RNSW unconcerned about revenue loss

    Racing NSW chief executive Peter V’landys says there are contingency plans in place to combat any loss of revenue to the thoroughbred code from the demise of greyhound racing in the state. Under the Racing Distribution Agreement, thoroughbred racing, harness racing and greyhound racing receive funds from the TAB’s wagering… Read More »

     
  • Cobalt threshold in horses to be halved

    Cobalt threshold in horses to be halved

    The cobalt threshold in Australia will be halved to bring it into line with major international jurisdictions. From September 1, the threshold will be 100mcg per litre of urine, Racing Australia announced on Thursday. RA will also introduce a cobalt plasma threshold for the first time of 25g/L. It says… Read More »

     
  • Hayes with two hopes in Taj Rossi Final

    A better barrier draw has boosted David Hayes’ hopes Fast `N’ Rolling can break through for his first win in the Listed Taj Rossi Series Final. Fast `N’ Rolling has gate seven in Saturday’s 1600m race for two-year-olds at Flemington with Hayes encouraged by the colt’s last-start third at the… Read More »

     
  • Sam Clipperton to ride in Hong Kong

    Sam Clipperton to ride in Hong Kong

    Young Sydney jockey Sam Clipperton says he is excited about the next phase of his career in Hong Kong. Clipperton has been given a club contract to ride in the Asian racing capital from July until December. It has been a great year for Clipperton who rode his first Group… Read More »

     
  • Royal Tithe to cap 2yo season for Zielke

    A proposed sale of Royal Tithe has failed to materialise and the classy filly is back on course to help trainer John Zielke complete a great season with two-year-olds. Royal Tithe will tackle the Giddy up Club Two Year Old (1350m) at Doomben on Saturday where as the winner of… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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