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  • Jordan Childs appeals careless riding ban

    Apprentice Jordan Childs will need to win an appeal against a careless riding suspension if he is to keep his rides at Moonee Valley. Childs is booked for four rides on Saturday’s Moonee Valley program but has an appeal hearing on Thursday morning. The son of former top jockey Greg […]

  • Top day at Farm for Regan Bayliss

    Regan Bayliss got his moment to shine at Warwick Farm on Wednesday with two winners but his day wasn’t without drama. The apprentice notched a double aboard the Chris Waller-trained Francais and Rule The River for Anthony Cummings, earning high praise from the latter’s son and stable foreman Edward Cummings. […]

  • Record of Australasians in HK features

    RECORD OF AUSTRALASIAN HORSES AT HONG KONG’S INTERNATIONAL RACE DAY Cup Australasian runners 2015: Criterion, Lucia Valentina Winners: State Taj (1994), Romanee Conti (1993), Kessem (1990), Grey Invader (1989) Placegetters: second Seascay (1996), Fraar (1993), Livistona Lane (1990), Latitude (1989); third Criterion (2014), Alcopop 3rd (2012), Kingston Bay 3rd (1996), […]

  • Damien Oliver hits out at new whip rules

    Damien Oliver has spoken out against the new whip rules being introduced next week saying they will limit the winning chances of some horses. The 10-time Melbourne jockeys’ premiership winner took the opportunity to let his displeasure known after riding Not A Happy Camper to victory at Bendigo on Wednesday. […]

  • Three Aust-trained horses invited to HK

    Globetrotting galloper Criterion headlines the three Australian-trained horses set to compete at next month’s Hong Kong International meeting. The David Hayes and Tom Dabernig-trained Criterion and Kris Lees-trained Lucia Valentina have been invited to contest the Hong Kong Cup (2000m) at Sha Tin on December 13. Turnbull Stakes winner Preferment […]

  • Waller already looking to next gen stars

    Chris Waller endorsed Chandana as part of his all-conquering stable’s new generation after the filly opened her winning account at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. Waller is out on his own as the leading trainer of Group One winners in Australia this season, but there is no room for complacency in […]

  • Cannonball final next for Hide The Moon

    NSW country galloper Hide The Moon overcame a rough trip to Ipswich on Wednesday before racing himself into contention for the Cannonball series final. Hide The Moon ($11) outpaced a handy field in the final heat of the series, which is designed to find the fastest restricted-class 800m horse. The […]

  • First declarations for 2016 Blue Diamond

    A total of 618 two-year-olds remain in contention for the Blue Diamond Stakes at the first declaration stage. Of the original 1343 nominations taken in July, 612 continue to be in the mix with an additional six late entries. The Lindsay Park training partnership of David Hayes and Tom Dabernig […]

  • Tassie sprinter gets another Valley chance

    An inside barrier draw for Valiant Warrior has boosted trainer Adam Trinder’s hopes that the Tasmanian sprinter can make his presence felt at Moonee Valley for the second time this season. Valiant Warrior travelled across Bass Strait by ferry overnight on Tuesday ahead of his assignment in Saturday’s William Hill […]

  • Thompson hoping for an Edge at Rosehill

    Trainer Brett Thompson is hoping to continue his extraordinary rise into racing at Saturday’s Festival Stakes meeting at Rosehill with consistent gelding Slate On Edge. The six-year-old has given the country NSW trainer exposure on the national stage with two wins during Victoria’s Subzero Challenge series in as many years, […]