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  • Tiara Star chases Magic Millions Classic start

    Trainer Toby Edmonds is desperately looking for another race to qualify Tiara Star for the Magic Millions Two-Year-Old Classic after her win at the Sunshine Coast. Tiara Star was equal 27th in order of entry for the Magic Millions Classic (1200m) on January 14 before she made a one-act affair… Read More »

     
  • Brenton Avdulla dominates with four-timer at Farm

    On target for a career-best season, Brenton Avdulla has strengthened his claims for the Sydney jockeys’ premiership with four winners at Warwick Farm. The 25-year-old set a personal benchmark of 59 city winners last season and before Christmas he has already booted home 39 after Wednesday’s meeting. The haul took… Read More »

     
  • Luck changes for Heathcote at the Coast

    Gangly mare Bocage is the cheapest horse in trainer Robert Heathcote’s stable but she was hailed like a champion after winning on Wednesday. Bocage ($7), who cost only $7000, won a Class 1 (1600m) but Heathcote let out an audible sigh of relief after the victory. Heathcote started the season… Read More »

     
  • Big Sandown memories for apprentice riders

    Milestone wins have been achieved at Sandown by apprentice jockeys at different stages of their careers. Jye McNeil landed his 80th metropolitan winner when Fudged won the Ladbrokes Handicap on Wednesday to outride his claim while mature-age apprentice Melissa Julius landed a winner at her first ride in town on… Read More »

     
  • Ben Currie guilty on second charge

    Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie has been found guilty of a charge involving a positive swab for the second time in a week. Last week Currie was fined $6000 after he was found guilty of presenting Tints to race at Rockhampton in April with the prohibited steroid boldenone in her system…. Read More »

     
  • Madeenaty looking for Wyong-Gold Coast set

    Wyong Magic Millions 2YO Classic favourite Madeenaty is aiming to be the third horse the race’s 15-year history to win the NSW lead-up and the grand final on the Gold Coast. If the two-year-old filly can win Thursday’s $200,000 race over 1100m at Wyong, she will join last year’s winner… Read More »

     
  • Extra Zero kicks off campaign at Sandown

    It may only be the first month of summer but already the jumps season is the focus for Extra Zero. The Lindsay Park-trained veteran begins his build-up to an autumn jumps campaign on the flat at Sandown on Saturday in the fourth heat of the Swettenham Stud Summer Championship. Co-trainer… Read More »

     
  • Gollan aims for more Sydney wins with Elle

    When premier Brisbane trainer Tony Gollan established a satellite stable in Sydney, he was under no illusions about how tough it would be to make an impact. A frustrating run of outs finally ended earlier in the month when Dee Nine Elle broke through by the barest of margins, lifting… Read More »

     
  • Murt The Flirt in top order for return run

    A 10-day break following the spring carnival has made an enormous difference to talented sprinter Murt The Flirt. The Brendan McCarthy-trained gelding is set to run in the Listed Christmas Stakes at Caulfield on Monday before embarking on his third trip to the rich Magic Millions race day on January… Read More »

     
  • Mystic Opal to stay a sprinter for now

    Mystic Opal’s dynamic return to racing means her career as a stayer has been put on hold. The mare is aiming for three wins on end when she contests the Hamilton Hotel Hcp (1350m) at Doomben on Saturday. Mystic Opal returned from a four-month spell with an easy win in… Read More »

     
  • Delay over apprentice Brooker’s appeal

    Apprentice Tiffani Brooker has been replaced on several key runners at the Sunshine Coast after delays in getting a ruling on a stay of her suspension. The final level for jockey appeals in Brisbane is now at the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal which does not give automatic stays of… Read More »

     
  • Flemington jump-out for Black Caviar filly

    Black Caviar’s first foal Oscietra will take a further step to her first race start in a jump-out at Flemington. By Exceed And Excel, Oscietra made her first public appearance in an 800m jump-out on December 9 when she led throughout and will again feature in an unofficial trial on… Read More »

     
  • RV announces Giles Thompson as acting CEO

    As the search continues for a chief executive officer at Racing Victoria, Giles Thompson will step in to the role for the short term. RV announced in a statement on Wednesday Thompson would be acting CEO from January 1, replacing Bernard Saundry. Thompson has held the position of chief financial… Read More »

     
  • Injured jockey Freddy Tylicki enters rehab

    Paralysed jockey Freddy Tylicki has taken a significant step in his rehabilitation from life-changing injuries after moving to a specialist spinal centre. The Group One winning English rider suffered a T7 paralysis, meaning he has movement in the upper half of his body but not the lower, after being involved… Read More »