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RS NewsWire

  • Nonconformist autumn campaign aborted

    Nonconformist will not be seen at the races until the Spring Carnival with Grahame Begg aborting his autumn campaign due to Sydney wet tracks. The Caulfield Cup runner-up was due to resume in this Saturday’s $600,000 Group 1 All Aged Stakes but the likelihood of another rain-affected surface prompted the… Read More »

     
  • One time boom colt retired

    The Peter Moody trained four-year-old entire had been making a promising comeback from a career threatening tendon injury suffered during the lead up to the 2021 Autumn Carnival but has been retired after pulling up with issues after winning a jump out at Woolamai on Tuesday. Group one placed in… Read More »

     
  • Exciting NZ mare makes the move to Australia

    Lightly raced New Zealand mare Kahma Lass is set to have her first start for new trainers Anthony and Sam Freedman in a stakes race at Caulfield. The former Jamie Richards-trained mare is scheduled to have her first start for her new stable in the Group 3 Victoria Handicap (1400m) on Saturday. Kahma… Read More »

     
  • No Brisbane campaign for Eduardo

    Star sprinter Eduardo won’t be attempting a defence of his Doomben 10,000 crown, but trainer Joe Pride is still hoping to play a role during the winter carnival in Brisbane. Pride was contemplating another Queensland campaign with Eduardo but decided a decent spell would be more beneficial with a view… Read More »

     
  • Former trainer proud of dual Derby winner

    Trainer Wendy Kelly knew exactly what she had on her hands when she started working with dual Derby winner Hitotsu. While some may have been left soured by the experience of losing such a talented horse, Kelly is “very, very proud” of the colt’s achievements since leaving her stable. Hitotsu left Kelly a three-start… Read More »

     
  • Record-breaking win for Damien Oliver at Randwick

    Damien Oliver has celebrated an historic win on Nimalee in the Queen Of The Turf Stakes, the victory taking him to 127 Group 1 victories to overtake legendary jockey George Moore. The decorated rider didn’t register the feat when he steered the Matthew Smith-trained mare to her 2-1/4 length victory… Read More »

     
  • Adele Amour bounces back at Caulfield

    After disappointing her trainer first-up at Sandown, Adele Amour has rebounded back into form with a strong victory at Caulfield. Now John Sadler will search for a race with some black type for the daughter of Sebring after her win in the IAM Handicap (1400m) on Saturday. But first, Sadler is planning… Read More »

     
  • Think It Over wins race for the ages

    Faith, resolve and a dash of daring. Think It Over’s Queen Elizabeth Stakes triumph had a bit of everything. The race was expected to be a clash of the titans – Horse Of The Year Verry Elleegant taking on rising stars Duais, Anamoe, Zaaki and Montefilia. Sydney’s pin-up horse of… Read More »

     
  • Sydney Cup made to order for Tulloch Lodge

    Last year’s Melbourne Cup might have come a year too soon for Knights Order, but the Tulloch Lodge stayer has again put himself on a path towards Australia’s most famous race with a dashing all-the-way win in the Sydney Cup. Rated superbly by Rachel King, Knights Order ($8.50) had the… Read More »

     
  • Danny O’Brien produces one El of a training performance

    The Victorians have continued their raid on Sydney’s autumn carnival coffers with the Danny O’Brien-trained El Patroness triumphing in the Group 1 ATC Australian Oaks at Randwick. The southern raiders have been dynamic during this year’s Championships with Hitotsu claiming the Derby last week and Mr Brightside the Doncaster Mile. El Patroness, a $26… Read More »

     
  • Cannonball on the mark at Caulfield

    Cannonball has fulfilled an early important target by taking out a stakes race at Caulfield. The two-year-old son of Capitalist got some important black type for a potential future as a stallion when taking out the Listed Redoute’s Choice Stakes (1100m) on Saturday. Despite being a little wayward under Brett… Read More »

     
  • Mazu draws comparisons to Redzel

    The parallels between dual Everest winner Redzel and rising star Mazu are not lost on trainers Peter and Paul Snowden and the three-year-old could yet end up in the $15 million sprint this year. Mazu announced his coming of age with an outstanding victory in Saturday’s Arrowfield 3YO Sprint (1200m) at Randwick, leaving… Read More »

     
  • Snowden’ patience rewarded by Paris Dior

    The decision to sacrifice a Golden Slipper start in favour of a Group Two fillies’ feature has paid dividends for Team Snowden with Paris Dior taking out the $1 million Percy Sykes Stakes (1200m) at Randwick. With a win and two placings from her first three starts, including a second… Read More »

     
  • Maserartie Bay digs deep in Caulfield win

    Maserarite Bay has maintained his unbeaten record at 2400m with his trainers now saying it is time to get serious with the gelding. The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained stayer took out the Langwarrin Hotel Handicap (2400m) at Caulfield on Saturday to register his third win at the trip. Eustace admitted… Read More »

     
  • G1 Champagne Stakes beckons for in-form Williamsburg

    A shot at the Group 1 Champagne Stakes awaits Williamsburg, provided he pulls up well from his gritty win in the Listed Fernhill Mile at Randwick. Lumping top weight of 59kg, Williamsburg ($3.50) conceded at least 3-1/2 kilos to his five rivals but proved too classy in Saturday’s 1600m contest,… Read More »

     
  • Joao Moreira hunts more victories at Sha Tin

    Locked in familiar battle with Zac Purton for the Hong Kong jockeys’ championship, Joao Moreira aims to reach the century milestone for the seventh time in nine seasons when he takes a full book of rides at Sha Tin on Sunday (10 April). Featuring once more in a riveting contest… Read More »

     
  • No trix for Webster in WA Derby bid

    Colin Webster dreams of emerging from Ascot on Saturday as the victorious winning trainer of the Group 2 Schweppes WA Derby (2400m). Webster is over the moon to have a strong contender in the race and backs Trix Of The Trade to be the superior staying three-year-old. Trix Of The… Read More »

     
  • Adelaide trip to suit Always On My Mind

    Lindsay Park is looking forward to a rise in distance and getting back on a bigger track when Always On My Mind competes in Adelaide. Always On My Mind will bid to give Ben and JD Hayes a second victory in a stakes race when she runs in the Group 3 Auraria… Read More »

     
  • Mick Price holds out hope for Sense Of Honour

    Trainers Mick Price and Michael Kent Jnr have held a healthy respect for Sense Of Honour whose career has been cut short through injury. After 20 months away from racing, Sense Of Honour made her return at Sandown last month and is set for the second run of her campaign in the… Read More »

     
  • Cannonball on target for the Redoute’s Choice Stakes

    The Anthony and Sam Freedman stable hope a trip to Caulfield during the week will pay a dividend for Cannonball on Saturday. Cannonball will be out to remain unbeaten this campaign when he lines-up in the Listed Redoute’s Choice Stakes (1100m) at Caulfield. The son of Capitalist showed promise in two runs… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 

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