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  • Entries for The Championships close

    Officials are hoping to get at least four overseas entries for races during The Championship at Randwick. Nominations for all races over the first two Saturdays in April close on Monday. Sydney’s richest race, the $4 million Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2000m) on April 9 was won last year by Criterion… Read More »

     
  • Damien Oliver picks up Hobart Cup ride

    Damien Oliver will ride in the Hobart Cup after all, picking up the prized mount on the Chris Waller-trained Quick Strike as Craig Williams’ replacement. Oliver lost his original ride when Peter Moody was forced to scratch Metaphorical because of an infection. Williams asked to be released from the Hobart… Read More »

     
  • Winx primed for Apollo Stakes return

    Winning the Cox Plate has added another dimension to Winx’s position in the Chris Waller stable. The trainer admits he is paying added attention to the mare as she prepares for her race return in Saturday’s Apollo Stakes at Randwick. Waller took her to Randwick for a race day gallop… Read More »

     
  • Forster three-year-olds on Sydney path

    Multiple Group One-winning jockey Robbie Fradd has been confirmed as the rider for Brisbane three-year-old Too Good To Refuse when he returns to Sydney. Too Good To Refuse is headed to the Hobartville Stakes (1400m) at Rosehill on February 20 as a lead-up to the Group One Randwick Guineas (1600m)… Read More »

     
  • Concealer ready for Blue Diamond Prelude

    A slick jump-out at Flemington has Tony McEvoy confident Concealer is back on track for the Blue Diamond Stakes. A debut winner during Melbourne Cup week at Flemington last November, Concealer is set to tackle the fillies division of the Blue Diamond Preludes at Caulfield on Saturday. Concealer bettered 47… Read More »

     
  • Weir to have three runners in Orr Stakes

    Trainer Darren Weir will launch a three-pronged attack at the C F Orr Stakes with a trio that has already experienced Group One success at Caulfield. Weir will saddle up Lucky Hussler, Trust In A Gust and Stratum Star in the first Australian Group One race of the year which… Read More »

     
  • Sarah Eilbeck an apprentice to watch

    Queensland apprentice Sarah Eilbeck is hoping her first metropolitan win can catapult her to bigger and better things. After honing her skills on the country and provincial circuit, Eilbeck was granted her metropolitan licence last week and made an immediate impact on Burleigh Bullet at Doomben on Saturday. Originally from… Read More »

     
  • Waller stable stars ready to step out

    Chris Waller boasts more Group One winners in his stable than any other trainer in Australia and several will step out in two states this week. Cox Plate winner Winx is scheduled to make her reappearance in Saturday’s Group Two Apollo Stakes at Randwick alongside Grand Marshal and Who Shot… Read More »

     
  • Williams to appeal suspension severity

    Craig Williams will appeal the severity of a careless riding ban which rules him out of important rides on C F Orr Stakes day. Williams was suspended for eight meetings for shifting out on Danjeu at the 700m-mark in the second race at Caulfield on Saturday. The high-profile jockey has… Read More »

     
  • Lord Of The Sky set to trial at Cranbourne

    Quality sprinter Lord Of The Sky will have his first serious hit-out since his recovery from a tendon injury when he runs in a barrier trial at Cranbourne. Runner-up to Chautauqua in last year’s Group One TJ Smith Stakes at Randwick, Lord Of The Sky hasn’t raced since finishing at… Read More »

     
  • Carlingford Lough defends Gold Cup

    Carlingford Lough has capitalised on the dramatic final-fence exit of Valseur Lido to defend his Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown. After giving the now-retired Sir Anthony McCoy his only success in the race 12 months ago, the John Kiely-trained 10-year-old was unfancied at 20-1 this time round in the hands… Read More »

     
  • Craig Williams set to miss Orr Stakes day

    Craig Williams is set to miss the first Group One meeting of the year after being suspended for careless riding at Caulfield. Williams was banned for eight meetings after pleading guilty to a careless riding charge on Danjeu in the Mal Seccull Handicap. He is booked for rides at Hobart… Read More »

     
  • Hasselhoof down but not out in Sydney trip

    Hasselhoof and Pride Of Dubai have had their reputations dented at the Randwick as the autumn carnival steps up a gear. Unbeaten in his six New Zealand starts, Hasselhoof was sent out the $2.05 favourite in a 1600m race on Saturday but finished fourth, struggling in the soft surface. Dual… Read More »

     
  • Jason Warren considers options for Puritan

    Jason Warren is looking at Group One options for his impressive first-up Caulfield winner Puritan. But whether Saturday’s Group Three Manfred Stakes winner is stepped up in distance for the Australian Guineas or kept to sprinting for a tilt at the Newmarket Handicap is still to be decided. “We’re going… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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