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Mediality Racing

  • Richard and Michael Freedman land maiden Group One win

    Richard and Michael Freedman have celebrated their first Group One win as a training partnership with Forbidden Love’s emphatic Surround Stakes victory. The milestone has continued the brothers’ outstanding start to the autumn with Stay Inside emerging as a leading Golden Slipper chance while three-year-old Prime Star has been racing… Read More »

  • Capriccio caps a big day out for Damian Lane at Flemington

    Warrnambool trainer Daniel Bowman was happy to become another trainer pleasantly surprised by a result above expectations when his filly Capriccio won the $500,000 Inglis Dash. Following on from the Horsham-trained Lunar Fox’s win in the Australian Guineas at $301, Saturday’s Flemington meeting produced another big-priced winner with Capriccio claiming… Read More »

  • Verry Elleegant triumphs in stirring dual

    In an epic battle that revived memories of grand galloper Octagonal, Verry Elleegant has edged out Godolphin pair Colette and Avilius in a thrilling edition of the Chipping Norton Stakes. Less than a length separated the first five horses across the line with the Chris Waller-trained mare lifting to land… Read More »

  • Boilover of Lunar proportions in Australian Guineas

    In one of the greatest boilovers in a feature race, the Horsham-trained galloper Lunar Fox has taken out the Australian Guineas at odds of $301. In doing so he became the longest-priced Group One winner since Abaridy claimed the Caulfield Guineas at $251 in 1986. His trainer Paul Preusker wasn’t… Read More »

  • Sydney raider secures $5m All-Star Mile spot

    Sydney galloper Star Of The Seas secured a spot in the All-Star Mile with a tough win in the Blamey Stakes. Star Of The Seas held off a determined challenge from Fifty Stars, who was trying to become the first horse to claim the Group Two Flemington feature three years… Read More »

  • Sweet win Moves John Sargent filly into Golden Slipper

    John Sargent is three weeks away from having his first Golden Slipper runner after Four Moves Ahead rebounded from a setback to win the Sweet Embrace Stakes at Randwick. Renowned as a trainer of classic horses, Sargent is showing another string to his bow this autumn with Four Moves Ahead… Read More »

  • Golden Slipper beckons for speedy O’President

    Chris Waller’s good season with two-year-olds continued at Randwick with O’President upstaging his more fancied rivals to snare the Skyline Stakes. The premier trainer has arguably his best group of youngsters yet with the likes of Home Affairs, She’s All Class, Head Of State and Shaquero all in Golden Slipper… Read More »

  • Tycoon hums home but heads for a spell

    John McArdle will eschew chasing further two-year-old riches during the autumn with Tycoon Humma despite her keeping her undefeated record intact. Tycoon Humma, by boom stallion Capitalist, flew home to grab Kallos and win the Very Special Kids Plate (1000m) at Flemington on Saturday to take her record to two… Read More »

  • Attards dreaming big in the Skyline Stakes

    Jason Attard and Lucy Keegan Attard are no strangers to taking on the big guns but the Hawkesbury trainers will be venturing into uncharted territory when debutant Sir Rastus lines up in the Skyline Stakes at Randwick. Adopting the same strategy applied to last year’s victor Mamaragan, the formidable husband… Read More »

  • Lethal duo planning Mass Destruction

    Talented three-year-old Mass Destruction is poised to join boom stablemate Miami Fleiss in The Jewel next month if he wins first up at the Sunshine Coast. Mass Destruction indicated he was on target for The Jewel 3YO Prelude (1000m) on Saturday when he scored a comfortable win in a 1000… Read More »

  • Patrick Payne looking forward to clear Australian Guineas run

    Patrick Payne wasn’t perturbed with Cherry Tortoni’s wide barrier draw in the Australian Guineas as he believes that should suit his style of racing. Payne said barrier 17 would work for Cherry Tortoni in terms of his galloping style as it would give him plenty of room. Payne felt at… Read More »

  • Criaderas back in action in the Liverpool City Cup

    Up-and-coming Godolphin four-year-old Criaderas will be in action at Randwick when he returns in the Liverpool City Cup. An unlucky third to Greysful Glamour in the Villiers Stakes over the summer, Criaderas has won four of his eight starts and is on a path towards the Doncaster Mile. “He is… Read More »

  • Colette ready to replicate form in Chipping Norton Stakes

    James Cummings is confident the race and track conditions set up for emerging star Colette to replicate her first-up performance in the Group One Chipping Norton Stakes. The mare snuck under the guard of punters when she cruised to victory as a $12 chance in the Apollo Stakes two weeks… Read More »

  • $3.5m Golden Slipper competition heating up

    The Golden Slipper is less than a month away and the next two weeks of juvenile racing are shaping as critical form references for the world’s richest two-year-old race. Magic Millions winner Shaquero returns in the Skyline Stakes at Randwick on Saturday while two of Sydney’s most promising fillies, Four… Read More »

  • Legendary jockey Jim Johnson passes away

    Champion jockey and Australian Hall Of Fame member Jim ‘Jimmy’ Johnson has passed away at the age of 92. Racing Victoria, the Victorian Jockeys’ Association and the Victoria Racing Club each acknowledged the sadness of the occasion and paid homage to the decorated hoop. Johnson was a three-time Melbourne Cup-winning… Read More »

  • Cody Morgan on weather watch with Ligulate

    Cody Morgan will be keeping a close watch on the skies as much as Ligulate’s opposition in Saturday’s Listed Tattersall’s Members Cup at the Sunshine Coast. Corbould Park was rated a heavy eight on Thursday after copping 41 millimetres of rain in a 24-hour period until 8am, taking the weekly… Read More »

  • Surround Stakes: Away Game passes fitness test

    Away Game has been cleared to line up in the Group One Surround Stakes after recovering from an injury scare. The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained filly slipped while she was being unloaded from a float midweek, sustaining an abrasion to her hip. She was examined by Racing NSW vet… Read More »

  • Willie Pike shooting to win Australian Guineas

    Leading Perth trainer Sean Casey has had to venture to Melbourne to gain the services of his champion local jockey Willie Pike but he is thankful for the rare opportunity . Pike will ride Dom To Shoot for the Sean and Jake Casey stable in the Group One Australian Guineas… Read More »

  • Tommy Berry keen to get into a Group One groove

    The autumn in Sydney is all about Group One racing and jockey Tommy Berry is hoping to play a major role. But he isn’t taking his eye of the premiership prize. Berry set a goal at the start of the season to improve his consistency and in doing so, make… Read More »


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