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RS NewsWire

  • Improving Idon’tgetit scores at Cranbourne

    The trip home from Cranbourne to Warrnambool will be a little easier for trainer Peter ChowĀ following the win ofĀ Idon’Tgetit. Chow made theĀ three-and-a-half-hourĀ journey from the seaside town to claim theĀ GendoreĀ Handicap (1600m) on Wednesday. Idon’tgetitĀ had been successful on a heavy track at Echuca at his previous start and Chow was hoping for… Read More »

  • Australian debut for He’s Our Bonneval

    The Trent Busuttin andĀ Natalie YoungĀ stable is set to unveil their latest import when He’s OurĀ BonnevalĀ steps out at Caulfield. Racing asĀ BonnevalĀ in the UK, the five-year-old son ofĀ SiyouniĀ has been forced to undergo a name change following his arrival in Australia. A New Zealand mare trained by Murray BakerĀ raced asĀ BonnevalĀ last decade and collected… Read More »

  • Gary Portelli putting his faith in Rebels

    The emergence of Rebel DaneĀ as a serious stallion has prompted trainer Gary PortelliĀ to reignite the debate over whether Australia’s best colts are retired to stud too soon. In a career spanning 40 starts, Rebel Dane consistently competed at the top level, winning two Group 1 races before he eventually became… Read More »

  • Annavisto set to don Tatt’s Tiara

    Co-trainer Mick PriceĀ has always feltĀ AnnavistoĀ had a good race in her and has set the mare to win a Group 1 in Brisbane first-up. The Tatt’s Tiara (1400m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday is the assignment Mick Price & Michael Kent Jnr have been eyeing off sinceĀ AnnavistoĀ ran second toĀ NimaleeĀ on a heavy… Read More »

  • Badel’s in rare company after history-equalling win

    Alexis Badel has been a hit ever since he switched his tack to Hong Kong and on Sunday afternoon (19 June) the Frenchman put himself in rare company by becoming the sixth rider in history to register eight or more Group race wins in a single racing season. Zac Purton… Read More »

  • Jye McNeil working hard to seasons end

    Jye McneilĀ would appear unbeatable in the Melbourne Jockeys’ Premiership with six weeks of the season left to run, but he is not going to rest on his laurels. Holding a 21-win lead over an ineligible Jamie Kah and 23 in front of Damien Oliver, McNeil looks certain to land his… Read More »

  • Tatts Tiara barrier draw not kind for Maher-Eustace pair

    The barrier draw has not been kind for the Ciaron Maher and David EustaceĀ stable as they chase success in the final Group 1 race of the season. Maher and Eustace haveĀ SnapdancerĀ and Away GameĀ engaged in the Tatt’s Tiara (1400m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday as they look to stretch their Group… Read More »

  • Artorius recovers from tough Ascot run

    Artorius knew that he had taken a hard race with his placing at Royal Ascot but will press on to a second assignment in the UK. The Anthony and Sam Freedman-trained sprinter finished third in the Group 1 Platinum Jubilee Stakes (1200m) on Saturday after have a tight passage over… Read More »

  • Tattersall’s Tiara highlights this weekends racing

    The nominations are in for stakes events in two cities on Saturday with the Tattersall’s Tiara over 1400 metres the top of the racing events to come, and the last top line race for season in Australia. Group 1 Robert Sangster Stakes winner steps up from the victory over 1200… Read More »

  • Michael Grantham out to extend hot form in Strickland Stakes

    One of the most promising up and coming trainers in Western Australia,Ā Michael GranthamĀ landed his third consecutive feature win on the weekend when Devoted took out a strong edition of the Belmont Guineas (1600m). Devoted kick-started Grantham’s hot streak when he won the Raconteur Stakes (1400m) at the beginning of the… Read More »

  • Startantes ready to roll in G1 Tatts Tiara

    A kinder barrier is all Rob HeathcoteĀ is asking for as Startantes looks to build on her ‘enormous’ run in the Stradbroke Handicap to snatch the Group 1 Tattersall’s Tiara (1400m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday. StartantesĀ drew barrier 12 in the 1400 metre Stradbroke and Heathcote is as effusive with his… Read More »

  • Diamond shines for Badel with Group 3 Premier Plate success

    Tourbillon Diamond (132lb) and Alexis Badel continued a rewarding partnership at Sha Tin this afternoon (Sunday, 19 June) with the duo nailing a stubborn win for trainer Danny Shum in the HK$3.7 million G3 Premier Plate Handicap (1800m). The five-year-old denied a fast-finishing Turin Redsun (113lb) in a rip-roaring renewal,… Read More »

  • Beauty Joy stuns with G3 Premier Cup victory

    Steadily bridging the gap to Joao Moreira in the Hong Kong jockeys’ championship with a four-timer, Zac Purton was stunned by Beauty Joy’s incredible G3 Premier Cup Handicap (1400m) triumph at Sha Tin on Sunday (19 June) after the talented gelding conceded rivals a huge start before winning emphatically. Tailed… Read More »

  • Saunter Boy ticking over for Grand National Hurdle

    Star jumper Saunter Boy has been marking time after jumps victories to start the season before Ciaron Maher and David Eustace again get serious. After winning the Galleywood Hurdle (3200m) at Warrnambool and the Australian Hurdle (3900m) at Sandown last month, Saunter Boy has been given an easy time in… Read More »

  • Atishu to get a jump on Tatts Tiara rivals

    Having ironed out her barrier demons, former New Zealander Atishu is set to be given another Group 1 opportunity in the Tattersall’s Tiara. Jay Ford has been booked to reunite with the mare, who appears to be back on track after a series of mishaps in the starting stalls where… Read More »

  • Tuvalu rebounds at Flemington

    Having already cemented his spot in the final of the VRC-CRV Winter Championship Series,Ā TuvaluĀ has scored a fighting win in another heat of the series at Flemington. The Lindsey Smith-trained galloper finished second in a series heat at Flemington on May 21 before returning to the same track on Saturday to… Read More »

  • High five for Chris Waller at Rosehill

    Chris Waller is on the other side of the world showcasing his talents at Royal Ascot, but he has still managed to play a significant role at his home track of Rosehill, winning five races including the feature with Skyman. Naval Seal opened Waller’s account in the fourth race and… Read More »

  • Biometric gets back on winner’s list

    BiometricĀ has surprised Lindsay Park by landing his first win on soft ground at Flemington and in the process earning a start in the VRC-CRV Winter Championship Final. The Ben and JD Hayes-trained former UK galloper landed his second Australian win when he took out the Brian Beattie Handicap (1420m) on… Read More »

  • Pike and Skyman fly high in McKell Cup

    Willie Pike quipped that thinking can be a dangerous thing for a jockey, and he had to do a bit of it to get Skyman into the clear to win the W J McKell Cup at Rosehill. Pike shaped to go inside Surf DancerĀ as the field straightened for the run… Read More »

  • Passive Aggressive lands stakes win at Flemington

    Passive Aggressive has maintained her unbeaten record in landing her first stakes race victory. The Grahame Begg-trained filly scored in the ListedĀ AĀ R Creswick Stakes (1200m) at Flemington on Saturday to follow victories at Werribee, Pakenham and Flemington. The Creswick Stakes has been a launching pad to Group 1 success in… Read More »


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