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  • Hugh Bowman wins appeal against Farnan ban

    Hugh Bowman has won his appeal against a 20-day ban for his ride on Farnan in The Run To The Rose with the Racing NSW Appeals Panel overturning the stewards’ original decision. The victory leaves Bowman free to continue riding through the Sydney spring after he was initially slated to… Read More »

  • Bandipur to tough it out in Weetwood Handicap

    Gold Coast trainer Kelly Purdy is banking on the tough Toowoomba terrain and a fast tempo to enable Bandipur to claim another feature race win in the Listed Weetwood Handicap. Clifford Park’s unique uphill climb from the Weetwood start to the winning post is no place for a faint-hearted sprinter… Read More »

  • Tommy Berry booked to ride in The Everest

    Tommy Berry’s partnership with brilliant sprinter Chautauqua has helped him to secure the ride on Victorian raider Tofane in the $15 million The Everest. Trainer Mike Moroney confirmed the booking of Berry, citing the jockey’s relationship with Tofane’s part-owner Rupert Legh, who also raced six-time Group One winner Chautauqua, as… Read More »

  • Rothfire odds on for the G1 Golden Rose

    Robert Heathcote has almost lived two lives and both of them have been extraordinary. Leaving Australia for Europe in his early 20s, he spent 15 years working for major international travel companies, staying in hotels on the Grand Canal in Venice and losing himself in the back streets of Rome…. Read More »

  • Trekking on show for The Everest

    James Cummings is hoping dual Group One-winning sprinter Trekking can prove he’s on track for another tilt at The Everest but he wants to see him run well in the Moir Stakes before committing to that race. Trekking is part of a two-pronged attack Godolphin will take into the 1000… Read More »

  • I Am Superman flying ahead of Shannon Stakes

    Peter and Paul Snowden have Group One ambitions for I Am Superman this spring, although the first of them has gone by the wayside. The Snowdens had hoped to run the import in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield last Saturday but he was made an emergency and didn’t… Read More »

  • Phillip Stokes to test exciting three-year-olds

    Pakenham trainer Phillip Stokes has two exciting three-year-olds in feature races at Caulfield in filly Instant Celebrity and colt Savannah Cloud. Instant Celebrity, who is undefeated in three starts in Adelaide, will start in the Thousand Guineas Prelude (1400m). At her last-start she flew home to win, reeling off the… Read More »

  • Mr Quickie fresh and ready for Underwood Stakes

    Phillip Stokes is hoping his fresh is best approach with Mr Quickie can pay dividends at Caulfield when his stable star takes on Russian Camelot in the Underwood Stakes. Mr Quickie has not raced since he resumed with a second to subsequent Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes winner Behemoth in the… Read More »

  • Godolphin unearths VRC Oaks contender

    Pierro’s sister Pensato confirmed she was headed to the VRC Oaks after her comfortable win in the Oaks Trial at Flemington. Trainer James Cummings’ Melbourne foreman Sean Keogh said the daughter of Lonhro had now ticked the box to show she could stay. “We knew she had a turn of… Read More »

  • Emanate conjures an emotional Canterbury win

    Godolphin mare Emanate has scored a poignant victory at Canterbury just a day after the death of racing industry stalwart Bob Ingham. Ingham, who died on Tuesday at the age of 88, raced Emanate’s sire Lonhro who carried the family’s famous cerise silks to victory in 11 Group One races…. Read More »

  • Danny O’Brien unveils Victoria Derby prospect

    Danny O’Brien has captured the major staying races in the spring with one exception, the Victoria Derby, and his wish to win that race has received an added boost with the strong staying performance of Cetshwayo. Although he was having only his second start, the three-year-old son of Dundeel proved… Read More »

  • King’s Legacy out to cause upset in Golden Rose

    The Run To The Rose winner Rothfire is a dominant Golden Rose favourite but rival trainer Peter Snowden has questioned whether that form will stack up. His charge King’s Legacy finished last but recorded the second quickest final 200m sectional of the race, which was run at a hectic tempo…. Read More »

  • General Beau shows plenty of ability at Flemington

    Jamie Kah continued on her winning ways when she returned from a suspension with a victory on General Beau in the first Australian two-year-old race of the season, the Darley Spring Preview at Flemington. It was her 22nd win for the season and her 12th in town where she leads… Read More »

  • Racing industry mourns the death of Bob Ingham

    Racing NSW chief executive Peter V’Landys has paid tribute to prolific owner and industry stalwart Bob Ingham, who has died at the age of 88. Ingham and his brother Jack were known as the ‘chicken kings’ after building up their family poultry business, Ingham Enterprises, which they inherited following the… Read More »

  • Pippie ready to fire fresh in Moir Stakes

    Just minutes after brilliant sprinting mare Pippie had led throughout to win the Oakleigh Plate, co-trainer Chris Meagher mentioned that the Moir Stakes would be foremost in their thoughts for the spring. That will come to fruition when the five-year-old takes her place in the Moonee Valley Group One Moir… Read More »

  • Joe Pride still hopeful of call-up in The Everest

    Joe Pride is resigned to playing a waiting game with his two Everest hopefuls but he remains optimistic of getting at least one of them into the $15 million race. South Australian Behemoth became the seventh horse confirmed for the sprint when he was snapped up this week by slot… Read More »

  • Damien Oliver has pick of stars in Melbourne Cup

    Damien Oliver’s chances of landing a fourth Melbourne Cup have been enhanced as he now has the option of riding either of Danny O’Brien’s key chances. Speaking on RSN radio, O’Brien said Oliver would have the option of choosing between Russian Camelot and defending champion Vow And Declare for the… Read More »

  • Fabergino ready to fly in the G1 Moir Stakes

    Perth trainer Tiarrna Robertson and her flying mare Fabergino will be stepping into the unknown on two fronts in the Group One Moir Stakes. For Robertson and Fabergino, it will be their first experience of a Group One race, while the mare will also face a genuine wet track for… Read More »

  • Love all around for Freedmans at Rosehill

    The Richard and Michael Freedman stable is hoping to share the love around when two of its promising three-year-olds head to Rosehill on Saturday. The pair will be represented by exciting gelding Love Tap, who makes his first foray into metropolitan racing, and Forbidden Love, who is coming off a… Read More »

  • Final field of nine for G1 Golden Rose

    Queenslander Rothfire remains a clear-cut Golden Rose favourite but he will have to contend with a wide barrier draw. A brilliant winner of The Run To The Rose at his Sydney debut, Rothfire came up with gate eight of nine when the final field was declared on Tuesday. He is… Read More »

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