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  • Is the Alligator Blood media attention overdone?

    It really is quite amazing that a horse that last ran nearly a month ago and who will not race again for at least the next four to six months is garnering headlines on a daily basis. Of course, the drama involved in trainer David Vandyke dismissing Alligator Blood from… Read More »

     
  • Michael Rodd’s career comes full circle

    The fact that Michael Rodd is returning to Queensland means that the gun rider’s career come full circle … and what a circle it has been! With forty-six Group 1 wins behind his name … thirty-four in Australia, ten in Singapore and two in New Zealand … Rodd has long… Read More »

     
  • Pam O’Neill receives yet another top honour

    Pam O’Neill has received yet another well-deserved honour when being inducted into the Queensland Sport Hall Of Fame at a function held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. ‘Pioneer’ is almost a prefix to the Pam O’Neill name and never has that description been more aptly used in the… Read More »

     
  • David Vandyke at peace with losing Alligator Blood

    If you look on social media, the dust has yet to settle on the breakup between trainer David Vandyke and the owners of Alligator Blood with many people still seemingly keen to weigh in on the matter. But that story is well and truly over. Apart from the fact that… Read More »

     
  • Liam Birchley is back in the training ranks in Queensland

    The fact is he has always had his license. Birchley has confirmed that he never actually relinquished or lost his license during those most trying of times when he was handed a one year suspension … which he then had overturned on appeal so many months later … but he… Read More »

     
  • Ballistic Boy in for a big summer campaign

    The Group 3 Rough Habit winner Ballistic Boy added the Mooloolaba Cup to his list of victories when he stormed home late to grab a thrilling win at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday. It was an important win for the Chris Anderson trained son of Smart Missile who was second-up… Read More »

     
  • Tokoriki Lad wins in unusual fashion

    Punters watching the last race at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday did a quick double-take and then they still had to go and watch the race reply to try and process what they had just seen. The race favourite Tokoriki Lad got the chocolates alright, but not before giving quite… Read More »

     
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  • Star Queenslander Rothfire recovering well

    For Rothfire, the Group 1 Golden Rose, back on September 26, was meant to be the final stepping-stone towards participation in $14 million The Everest three weeks later … but the Queensland star suffered a serious injury in the running of that race. Fracturing his sesamoid brought Rothfire’s burgeoning career… Read More »

     
  • Watch 📺 $1.5 million horse romps home at the Gold Coast

    A $1.5 million horse strolled home to win by six-and-three-quarter lengths at the Gold Coast on Saturday. Brabham, a four-year-old Snitzel gelding had realised that purchase price at the 2018 Australian Easter Yearling Sales being knocked down to Steve Morley Bloodstock / Glenlogan Park / Whitby Bloodstock and Rifa Mustang…. Read More »

     
  • Grey Noise’s win at Gatton was all in the family

    Some victories may not be of that great a consequence in the greater, overall landscape of the horse racing industry, but that does not mean that they don’t bring just as much pleasure to those enjoying the good fortune of their win … particularly, when it is an ‘all in… Read More »

     
  • Team Edmonds riding a wave of success

    The Toby and Trent Edmonds training partnership is riding high right now. We are only halfway through November and the stable has already brought home twelve winners … with that run of success being underlined by the fact the stable has come away with two winners from four out of… Read More »

     
  • Jonker breaks Takeover Target’s track record

    Jonker, the five-year-old son of Spirit Of Boom set a new track record of 1.07.83 for the Doomben 1200m on Saturday when he roasted his opposition, smashing them into submission as he dashed to the line 4.50 lengths clear of the second placed Deep Image. The track record he broke… Read More »

     
  • Niccanova has weighty task in Keith Noud Quality

    The Steve Tregea trained Niccanova will have to cope with the huge impost of 60kg and overcome fifteen very competitive rivals if he is to take out the featured Keith Noud Stakes at Doomben on Saturday. The seven-year-old son of Nicconi has earned that top weight. He was a four-time… Read More »

     
  • Sky’s the limit for untapped Goldsborough

    Trainer Jack Duncan wasn’t interested in going the easy route with the three-year-old gelding Goldsborough after the son of Headwater had shown him plenty in two starts in his first prep back in April and May, in which he finished second behind Isotope in a Two-Year-Old Handicap (on debut) and… Read More »

     
  • Jockeys misfortune is another jockeys gain

    There have been many times over many years where jockeys have been stood down from their schedule rides …for anything from headaches, dehydration, injuries etc … only for them to have to then sit and watch the runners they were due to partner romp home to victory. Many, many of… Read More »

     
  • Dermot Weld adds another string to his bow

    There are Grand Slams … and there are Grand Slams … and while Dermot Weld’s latest achievement might not slip snuggly into one of the more recognised, formally accepted sporting Grand Slams, it certainly ranks as high, or even above, that lofty level of success. When Tarnawa stormed home to… Read More »

     
  • Star Queensland mare Houtzen sells for US$1.5 million

    Houtzen has been sold, in foal to Curlin, for US$1.5 million to Barbara Banke’s Stonestreet Farm during the first session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale at Keeneland Houtzen could not have found a better place to land as the Stonestreet brand (Stonestreet Farm and Stonestreet stables) is one… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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