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  • Winning Rupert off to stud

    A deal reported to be worth in the vicinity of $8-$9million dollars has been completed for boom colt Winning Rupert with Newgate Farm securing his services. Trainer Bjorn Baker took to twitter to announce that the deal had been completed and his star sprinters racing career was over after suffering an… Read More »

     
  • Lucrative stud offer for boom colt

    Boom colt Winning Rupert who won his first five starts before being beaten in the Magic Millions Guineas as the long odds on favourite last time out is likely to be headed to stud after a lucrative deal has been received by his owners. In his short racing career Winning… Read More »

     
  • G2 winner forced to retire with bone disease

    Dual Group 2 winner Don’t Doubt Mamma has had her career cut short after the discovery that the mare had a bone disease. Trainer Tony McEvoy noticed a change in her action early in her preparation and sent the mare for scans which subsequent revealed the bone issue. “We will… Read More »

     
  • G1 winner disqualified and trainer charged

    Group 1 winner Yankee Rose has been disqualified from her Flight Stakes placing with her trainer David Vandyke and vet David Garth pleading guilty. Yankee Rose’s trainer David Vandyke has been hit with a $25,000 fine and the horse has been disqualified from the Group One Flight Stakes after returning… Read More »

     
  • Jockey facing penalty after shocking incident

    South Australian jockey Josh Cartwright has been stood down from riding pending the determination of a penalty for reckless riding at Morphettville. Cartwright pleaded guilty to the serious charge in the final race on Saturday when he shifted out in the straight and cannoned in to another horse which in… Read More »

     
  • Apprentice jockey gets it horribly wrong

    An apprentice jockey in New Zealand has made an error that he nor his mates, will ever forget. Rafi Firdhaus was riding Locally Sauced at Hokitika on New Zealand’s south island on Wednesday when the jockey mistook the length of the race and went for home with a lap to… Read More »

     
  • Champion broodmare Helsinge dies

    Champion broodmare Helsinge, the mother of Black Caviar has died aged 15. Helsinge who never raced, foaled two Group 1 winners in the way of unbeaten mare Black Caviar and All Too Hard with another one of her foals Moshe also standing at stud. In tragic news… Helsinge the mum… Read More »

     
  • Five-time G1 winner passes away

    Connections and racing fans nation wide are mourning the loss of Shoot Out this morning after the five-time Group One winner passed away after suffering a torn diaphragm during surgery. Shoot Out won over $3.2million throughout his career after being purchased for just $15,000 at the 2008 Gold Coast Magic Millions… Read More »

     
  • Valuable stallion prospect dies at Canterbury

    Arrowfield Stud lost a potentially valuable stallion prospect when Weatherly had to be euthanised at Canterbury. The colt, a son of the deceased Arrowfield sire Beneteau, went amiss during Saturday’s Schweppes Handicap. Trained by Paul Messara, Weatherly was having his first start after making a favourable impression as a two-year-old… Read More »

     
  • James McDonald banned for 18 months

    James McDonald has been disqualified from riding for 18 months after pleading guilty to having an interest in a bet placed on Astern last December. Racing NSW had declared that McDonald had collected $4,000 from the bet that was placed on his behalf. McDonald, a leading jockey for the Godolphin… Read More »

     
  • McDonald pleads guilty to betting charge

    Star jockey James McDonald has pleaded guilty to having an interest in a bet on Astern in a race in which he rode him to win. McDonald fronted Racing NSW Stewards on Thursday where his lawyer Matthew Stirling argued he should be given a two to three month ban and… Read More »

     
  • NSW trainer banned for 6 months

    NSW trainer Con Karakatsanis has been disqualified for 6 months for giving false evidence in Racing NSW hearing on September 17th. Stewards report: Racing NSW Stewards today gave consideration to penalty relative to the following charges issued against trainer Mr Con Karakatsanis in respect to the Howmuchdoyouloveme Stewards inquiry opened… Read More »

     
  • Vic Government wants independent RV Board

    The Victorian Government has announced it will amend the Racing Act to create an independent board for Racing Victoria. Minister for Racing Martin Pakula said in a statement on Tuesday he intended to introduce legislation next year to change the way board members are selected. It will ensure the RV… Read More »

     
  • G1 winner to be stripped of prize money

    Australian racing authorities are set to strip Group 1 winning mare Azkadellia of more than $1.5 million in prize money and are expected to impose bans on a Victorian racing figure over claims he concealed the ownership of the horse on behalf of fraudster Peter Foster. More to come….

     
 
 
 

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