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  • Royal Mile far too good in Port Adelaide Guineas

    The Les Creek trained Royal Mile made light work of the opposition in the Port Adelaide Guineas when taking out the Listed race by a very comfortable 2.50 length margin to add more weight to his growing reputation. With this victory, the Danerich gelding completed a hat trick of wins… Read More »

  • Western Empire justifies short quote in WATC Derby

    There were no surprises in the Group 2 WATC Derby over 2400m at Ascot where the $1.30 favourite Western Empire, trained by Grant and Alana Williams and ridden by William Pike, proved too strong for his opposition. Less than two lengths separate the first four horses across the line as… Read More »

  • Express Princess toughs it out at Eagle Farm

    The Richard and Michael Freedman trained Express Princess, a $2.90 favourite, prevailed in a tough two-horse battle with the second favourite Mosshiki ($3.20) to land a BM 70 Handicap over 1615m at Doomben. The Freedman’s are certainly picking their battles well when it comes to taking on a Queensland assignment…. Read More »

  • Ballistic Lover wins in heart-in-mouth finish

    The Joseph Pride trained visitor Ballistic Lover ($3.70) got the chocolates in the Three-Year-Old Quality Handicap over 1050m at Doomben, but her supporters almost had a heart-in-mouth moment a couple of strides from the line. At that late stage, even though the very smart Simply Fly (the $3.50 favourite) was… Read More »

  • Stradbroke Handicap a possibility for impressive Fender

    Fender stamped himself as a horse to watch after scoring an untroubled win at Doomben in a BM 78 Handicap over 1200m. Earlier in the week trainer Brett Cavanough had pointed out some longer-term targets that he had in mind for the well performed son of Toranado which centred on… Read More »

  • Country Championships Final – How the field came together

    There are some interesting dynamics coming out of the jockey engagements for the Newhaven Park Country Championships Final at Randwick on Saturday. Ten riders (62.5 percent) of those who successfully guided their horses through the qualifying stage to gain a place in the Country Championship final have retained their rides… Read More »

  • Grand National: Remembering the great Red Rum

    Jumps racing has its followers and its detractors … with both groups equally as passionate about their cause. That fact has to be acknowledged but, whatever the rights and wrongs of the sport, the Grand National, which will take place at Aintree this Saturday, has its place entrenched in jumps… Read More »

  • About Boss, Bivouac and biting back

    On the weekend of March 27/28, the racing world was given two examples which emphasised that it doesn’t matter what your status is in the game, nobody is immune from deep disappointment. On that Saturday at Meydan in Dubai, a horse called Great Scot dropped Frankie Dettori as the field… Read More »

  • Enchanted Heart lowers the colours of Lost In Running

    The ultra-consistent Enchanted Heart, who came into his first up assignment today with three wins and two runner-up finishes from his previous five starts, brushed aside any remaining cobwebs from her two-month break from action with a sparkling last stride victory in Vinery Stud Handicap over 1100m. In doing so,… Read More »

  • Delight for connections as patience pays off

    The stable has spent a very patient time allowing the Sebring filly My Delight to make natural progress. Since returning to the Chris Waller stable in mid-2020, still as an unraced horse, the three-year-old has had four trials, with a debut run at Hawksbury, in which she finished fifth, sandwiched… Read More »

  • Buyers splash the cash at the Inglis Easter Yearling Sale

    When the Team Hawkes trained filly Yearning rallied late along the inside and all but collared the $2.90 favourite Ashema on the Kensington track over 1100m on March 25, she cemented the lofty opinion in which she was held by the stable. That was a day when the majority of… Read More »

  • Tony Gollan gets a late winner at Eagle Farm

    It is seldom that a Saturday Metropolitan meeting goes by with Champion trainer Tony Gollan going home without a winner and Saturday was not going to be that exception, but followers of the stable had to wait until the last race on the Eagle Farm card to get a collect…. Read More »

  • Toby and Trent Edmonds’ new recruit is Flying

    Walking Flying made it two wins from two starts for the Toby and Trent Edmonds training partnership when he landed a Class 6 Handicap over 1600m at Eagle Farm. The four-year-old mare was previously with the Tom Dabernig and Ben Hayes stable where she raced three times without being placed,… Read More »

  • No Clearance Sale for Bryan and Daniel Guy’s smart 3YO

    The Bryan and Daniel Guy trained Clearance Sale resumed after a five-and-a-half month break from race action with an eye-catching victory at Eagle Farm taking out a Benchmark 72 Handicap with some aplomb. The three-year-old was aided by a superb ride from Michael Rodd. Rodd just let Clearance Sale ($2.35)… Read More »

  • Steven O’Dea and Matt Hoysted’s filly no Secret anymore

    Now she is definitely one for the notebook! When Secret Tales demolished her opposition in an eighteen-length romp at the Gold Coast on March 27 on a Heavy 10 track, the result caught everybody’s attention but, at the same time, everybody not convinced … some citing the quality, or suggested… Read More »

  • NSW race meetings to be closed to the public

    An updated directive issued by Racing NSW yesterday covering Covid-19 restrictions reads: ‘On Monday 29 March 2021 Racing NSW directed that any person that was at the Eagle Farm race meeting on 20 March 2021 and the Doomben race meeting on 27 March 2021 or has been in the Greater… Read More »

  • Classique Legend suffers HK setback will return to Australia

    Just when it appeared Classique Legend was set to show his true colours in Hong Kong with a scheduled return to racing on Easter Monday, a bleed at trackwork this morning has changed everything for the 2020 The Everest winner. Both trainer Casper Fownes and jockey Zac Purton had been… Read More »

  • Noel Callow set to start Queensland riding stint

    Punters looking through the fields for Toowoomba tomorrow night probably did a double take when they spotted the name Noel Callow amongst the jockeys’ names for the second race on the card. A night meeting at Toowoomba is a long way from anywhere punters are used to seeing Callow in… Read More »

  • Classique Legend set to turn HK form around

    Zac Purton has given the Classique Legend, the 2020 The Everest winner for trainer Les Bridge, a big thumbs up as the big grey prepares for his return to action at Sha Tin on Easter Monday in the Group 2 Sprint Cup over 1200m. Classique Legend left Australia’s shores for… Read More »

  • Tyrone Coyle getting the best out of Prince Aurelius

    The story behind Prince Aurelius, the winner of the Provincial Championships Wyong Qualifier on Saturday, is quite an incredible tale as it relates to trainer Tyrone Coyle. The Kemble Grange based trainer only has one horse in his care and he managed to qualify it for the Provincial Championship Final… Read More »

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