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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Shinn hit with another careless riding ban

    Jockey Blake Shinn has been suspended for careless riding for the second time in four days. Shinn followed up a five-meeting ban incurred at Warwick Farm on Wednesday with a six meeting suspension at Randwick on Saturday for his ride on third placegetter Roaring To Win in the final event…. Read More »

     
  • Eventful day for Dunn at Moonee Valley

    After being dumped from a horse before the opening race at Moonee Valley, Dwayne Dunn has ridden through pain to post a win on Ameristralia in the final event. Dunn was dumped off Malaise in the mounting yard before the opening race and said he landed flat on his back…. Read More »

     
  • Hugh Bowman narrowly avoids missing Winx rides

    The narrowest of margins has saved star jockey Hugh Bowman from forfeiting rides on champion mare Winx after he admitted not riding Olympic Academy out to the line at Randwick. The Kris Lees-trained gelding won the Rebecca Louise Handicap (1600m), meaning Bowman was fined $600 rather than suspended after he… 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 »

     
  • Ecuador shows class in easy Carrington win

    Grand campaigner Ecuador has announced his intention to be an autumn carnival player, winning the Listed Carrington Stakes to continue a perfect start to his campaign. The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained seven-year-old made it back-to-back wins over 1400m as he took his career prize money past $830,000. Carrying 61kg,… Read More »

     
  • Hobart Cup next for impressive Big Duke

    A fifth Hobart Cup is in the sights of premier Victorian trainer Darren Weir after import Big Duke booked a shot at next month’s feature in Tasmania with victory at Moonee Valley. Big Duke was well-backed late from $2.05 to $1.90 in Saturday’s Schweppes Sparkling Handicap (2040m) and after being… Read More »

     
  • Ron Stewart continues winning run

    Much-travelled jockey Ron Stewart has made the most of his Singapore connection to ride his second winner for the week for co-trainers John and Chris Meagher. Stewart gave Rich Affair ($8.50) the run of the race to beat Ringo’s A Rockstar ($3.20) by three-quarters of length with a half length… Read More »

     
  • Burning Front wins VOBIS Gold Star again

    With a teenager who has been battling leukaemia for the past six months cheering him on, Burning Front has produced a dream result to win the VOBIS Gold Star for the second-straight year at Moonee Valley . Burning Front’s breeder and managing owner Justin Lovatt was at the track where… Read More »

     
  • Jeff Lloyd brings up 100 season wins

    Premier Brisbane jockey Jeff Lloyd has continued his great strike rate with trainer Michael Nolan, bringing up his 100th winner for the season on Upstart Pride at Eagle Farm. Upstart Pride ($6.50) had finished 10th at his previous outing after bungling the start but was on his better behaviour on… Read More »

     
  • Super Star Bobs combine for Highway win

    While it came about by coincidence rather than design, jockey Bobby El-issa’s first Saturday metropolitan winner since beating cancer has come aboard the aptly named Super Star Bob. The Matthew Dale-trained three-year-old gelding stepped up from a maiden debut victory on his home track at Canberra on January 6 to… Read More »

     
  • Tasmanian Oaks target for Wheal Leisure

    The Tasmanian Oaks is an immediate target for lightly raced filly Wheal Leisure after a hard-fought win at Moonee Valley. Giving Michael Dee his first city win as a senior rider, Wheal Leisure made a long run around the field in Saturday’s Metcash Handicap (2000m) and fought off the challenge… Read More »

     
  • Zasorceress wins well at Moonee Valley

    Premier Melbourne trainer Darren Weir has brought up an early winning double at Moonee Valley in contrasting fashions. After Gratwick controlled the opening race from the front, four-year-old Zabeel mare Zasorceress has come from last to lead in a stable quinella in the second event, the Schweppes Lemonade Handicap (1600m)…. Read More »

     
  • Exceeds shows class in Randwick 2YO upset

    Two-year-old filly Exceeds has blown away the hype surrounding debutant Eden Roc by scoring a tough victory at Randwick. The Hawkes Racing-trained Eden Roc, closely related to Group One-placed stablemate Star Turn, jumped the $1.70 favourite but the James Cummings-trained Exceeds ($20) caused a boilover in Saturday’s two-year-old plate over… Read More »

     
  • Paradis Imperial makes it five on end

    Rockhampton filly Paradis Imperial has maintained her unbeaten record and surprised her trainer Tony McMahon with the ease of her win at Eagle Farm. Paradis Imperial had won her previous four starts at Rockhampton and Mackay in impressive style and was stepping out for her biggest test on Saturday. Sent… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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