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Industry News

  • Warwick Farm officially abandoned

    Efforts to reschedule Saturday’s Warwick Farm races have failed and the meeting has officially been abandoned. Heavy rain throughout the week and again overnight left surface water on the track making it unfit for racing. Officials from the Australian Turf Club and Racing NSW contacted all trainers with runners to… Read More »

     
  • ATC trying to save Warwick Farm races

    Racing officials will monitor Sydney’s weather with a view to holding Saturday’s washed out Warwick Farm meeting on Monday. But Australian Turf Club chief executive Darren Pearce admitted there would have to be a dramatic improvement in the track to attract trainers. Surface water on the track prompted Racing NSW… Read More »

     
  • Tim Bell back focused after illness

    Leading apprentice Tim Bell has declared his fitness and is fully focused ahead of his metropolitan comeback at Eagle Farm following a short hospital stay and a mystery stomach bug. Bell, who has four rides on Wednesday, was serving a careless riding suspension when admitted to hospital with pneumonia earlier… Read More »

     
  • 2012 Magic Millions protest replay

    Just Horse Racing was able to locate a video showing the protest video and replay of the interference between Gai Waterhouse trained runners No Looking Back and Driefontein in Saturday’s Magic Millions 2yo Classic.

     
  • Magic Millions protest still under scrutiny

    Queensland’s chief steward Wade Birch has confirmed officials will view television footage of Gai Waterhouse talking to stable jockeys Nash Rawiller and Tommy Berry before Saturday’s controversial Magic Millions protest.

     
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  • Women prominent in racing

    Gai Waterhouse and Katie Page have launched a $500,000 incentive aimed at attracting women to racehorse ownership.

     
  • Hanging Rock meeting moved to Kyneton

    Hanging Rock’s Australia Day meeting has been transferred to Kyneton after a drainage inspection found the popular country track’s racing surface could be compromised.

     
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  • Officials confident Geelong will be right

    The Geelong track will get “a shake up” ahead of next Wednesday’s race meeting to remedy the problem that forced the abandonment of the club’s Boxing Day program after just one race.

     
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  • Hay List’s part owner purchases Black Caviar domain

    Peter Davenport who is most commonly known for his partnership in Group 1 winning son of Statue Of Liberty ‘Hay List’ has acquired the domain name BlackCaviar.com.au in an online auction which ended today on Netfleet.com.au.

     
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  • Return to racing at Kilmore delayed

    The return of racing to the country Victorian track of Kilmore has been further delayed with its December 20 meeting transferred to Kyneton.

     
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