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  • Cost benefit analysis for More To Gain

    After enduring several frustrating weeks waiting for Sydney’s weather to provide a suitable track to facilitate More to Gain’s return to racing, co-trainer Amanda Turner may have to run him at Rosehill. The four-year-old, who has battled foot issues for most of his racing life, prefers the sting out of… Read More »

  • Blake Shinn fails to have penalty reduced

    Blake Shinn’s bid to ride at the new season’s first feature meeting has failed with the jockey unsuccessful in having a careless riding penalty reduced. Shinn was outed at Rosehill last Saturday for careless riding on Invincible Knight who finished second to Pelethronius in a 1500m-handicap. The Racing NSW Appeal… Read More »

  • Regan Bayliss back to winning ways

    Group One-winning jockey Regan Bayliss has not taken long to get back to form after injury, with a double at Geelong. Bayliss was unable to ride a winner at his first meeting back from a broken wrist at Echuca on Thursday but landed two wins from his five rides on… Read More »

  • Sharpened up Jackknife enjoys resurgence

    Cessnock trainer John Bannister has reconditioned the retirement-bound Jackknife into an unlikely Highway Plate contender. Bannister, who has five horses in work, a team he happily describes as “reject, giveaway” horses, heads to Rosehill with his second city runner on Saturday as Jackknife attempts to add to his recent win… Read More »

  • Judge Lewis to chair new disputes tribunal

    A Victorian tribunal set up to deal with training fees disputes between racehorse trainers and owners will be headed up by the former Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board chairman, Judge Russell Lewis. Racing Victoria announced Lewis has been appointed to chair the Training Disputes Tribunal which has been incorporated into… Read More »

  • Broodmare barn may wait for Slightly Sweet

    A this time of year, thoughts turn to the breeding season and for many owners it’s a case of trying to snare a stakes win for a mare to give her the best chance at stud. Slightly Sweet has already ticked the black-type box more than once and although she… Read More »

  • Pat Duff lowers sights with Steel Zip

    Trainer Pat Duff has taken some advice from premier Brisbane jockey Jeff Lloyd and lowered his sights with veteran Steel Zip in the final stages of the gelding’s career. A rising 10-year-old, Steel Zip will tackle Saturday’s Spring Racing @BRC Open Hcp (1350m) at Doomben which will be his 84th… Read More »

  • Prize money boost for country/provincial championships

    The finals of the NSW country and provincial championships have both received a prize money boost to $500,000. Racing NSW announced the dates on Friday for the two series in 2018, culminating in the finals at Randwick on the two Saturdays of The Championships in autumn. The Country Championships series… Read More »

  • Classic Uniform set for Winter Challenge

    Trainer Gary Moore has worked hard to ensure Classic Uniform jumps cleanly from the barriers, and now the gelding also has the draw to suit for a genuine crack at the Listed Winter Challenge. Fractious by nature for much of his 30-start career, the four-year-old is blindfolded entering the stalls… Read More »

  • Test of Ability in Bletchingly Stakes

    The Robert Smerdon-trained Ability has started to fulfil his potential and puts his unbeaten run this preparation on the line when he faces his biggest test in the Group Three Bletchingly Stakes. Craig Williams, who takes a three-win lead in the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership into the season’s final city meeting… Read More »

  • Harness participant in court on fixing charge

    A third case involving allegations of racing fixing in Queensland harness racing has been adjourned for a month. Michael Kevin Grant, of Redcliffe, appeared in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Friday charged with race fixing. His case was adjourned until August 30 for further mention and no further details of… Read More »

  • Jack Martin appeals careless riding ban

    Apprentice Jack Martin has appealed the severity of a careless riding ban from a winning ride at Sandown. Martin was suspended for eight meetings on Wednesday after pleading guilty to shifting in at the 1100m mark of a 1600m race on White Devon, causing the eventual runner-up to be steadied…. Read More »

  • Mertens faces uphill premiership battle

    Apprentice Beau Mertens will be riding the final metropolitan meeting of the season at Caulfield without any extra weight on his shoulders. Three winners down on leader Craig Williams in the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership, Mertens will let Saturday unfold and see if he can reel in Williams. Having already produced… Read More »

  • Eagle Farm report to be implemented soon

    Racing Queensland hopes to begin implementing action recommended in a report into the closure of Eagle Farm racecourse as early as next week. Have Your Say: What should RQ do with the Eagle Farm track? – Leave a comment below. Eagle Farm, Queensland’s main racetrack, has been closed since the… Read More »

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