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  • Soleseifei wins Wellington Cup for Lupton

    Soleseifei has revived memories of the legendary Kiwi with her win in the Group Three Wellington Cup, one of few Australasian feature races left over 3200 metres. The Snow Lupton-trained Kiwi won the race in 1983 and went on to a memorable last-to-first victory in that year’s Melbourne Cup, also… Read More »

     
  • CF Orr Stakes return likely for Mirage Dancer

    Caulfield Cup placegetter Mirage Dancer is likely to kick off his second Melbourne campaign in the Group One C F Orr Stakes on his way to the Australian Cup. The well-performed English import arrived in Australia in the spring and finished third in the $5 million Caulfield Cup (2400m) in… Read More »

     
  • Master Jamie to chase big QTIS prize money

    In a case of third time lucky for central Queensland sprinter Master Jamie, his first Brisbane win has earned him the chance at the $300,000 QTIS race at the Gold Coast. Master Jamie took his record to 10 wins from 13 starts with his victory in the Saturday’s QTIS Three-Year-Old… Read More »

     
  • Australian racing stars take to different turf

    Some of the stars of Australian racing will be on show in the eighth annual National Jockeys’ Trust cricket match, which is raising funds for wildlife and livestock injured in the bushfires. The NJT T20 will be held at Williamstown Oval on Monday from 1pm, with Damien Oliver to captain… Read More »

     
  • The Everest winner Yes Yes Yes set for return

    Star stablemates Yes Yes Yes and Nature Strip will oppose each other in a barrier trial at Warwick Farm before most likely going on separate paths. Trainer Chris Waller has overseas ambitions for both with Nature Strip slated to contest the Group One Lightning Stakes in Melbourne first-up with the… Read More »

     
  • Blue Diamond Stakes favourite nearing return

    Reigning Blue Diamond favourite Hanseatic will put his credentials on show when he makes his return in the Preview at Caulfield. Hanseatic will try to give his trainer Anthony Freedman and owner Sheikh Mohammed a second-straight Blue Diamond next month after Lyre’s success a year ago. The colt won the… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup winner in great shape ahead of return

    Melbourne Cup winner Vow And Declare could chase feature races in three states during the autumn and winter starting with the Australian Cup. The Danny O’Brien-trained stayer rose to stardom in the spring winning the $8 million Melbourne Cup in a memorable finish after running second in the Caulfield Cup…. Read More »

     
  • Queensland jockeys title too close to call

    A mixed bag of results at Eagle Farm has done nothing to clarify the closest Queensland metropolitan jockeys premiership in decades. After Saturday’s meeting five jockeys are battling it out to clinch the title. Jim Byrne leads on 37 wins from Robbie Fradd and Baylee Nothdurft on 34-1/2, with Ryan… Read More »

     
  • Silvera chasing Sunshine Coast Cup win

    Trainer Tony Gollan’s summer plans for Silvera have not gone to script so far but he hopes to change that at the Sunshine Coast. The grey will earn a belated chance to complete a good carnival for Gollan in the Listed $125,000 Sunshine Coast Cup (1400m) on Saturday. The Sunshine… Read More »

     
  • Robert Heathcote wants best media rights deal

    In-form trainer Robert Heathcote believes Queensland racing is finally on the right path but says an improved new media rights deal is essential to safeguard the future of the industry. Heathcote has been openly critical of racing officials in Queensland and was one of the leaders of a strike last… Read More »

     
  • Defi Du Seuil beats Un De Sceaux in Clarence House Chase

    Defi Du Seuil has reinforced his Cheltenham Festival claims with victory in the Clarence House Chase at Ascot. Philip Hobbs’ stable star had narrowly beaten Un De Sceaux in the Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown last month – and confirmed the form in emphatic fashion. Ranging alongside the gallant Un… Read More »

     
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  • Lord Von Costa delivers emotional win

    Lord Von Costa, a horse who has come back from two tendon injuries, has delivered an emotional win for her connections at Flemington. Trained by Donna Scott at Albury, the family-owned and bred Lord Von Costa’s victory in Saturday’s Thankyou Firefighters (1200m) at Flemington was the seven-year-old gelding’s first win… Read More »

     
  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – January 18th Edition

    A country trainer lost his best horse, Bold Star put his Lighting Stakes credentials on the line while in Sydney, a Golden Slipper contender was unearthed. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Country Trainer Loses Country Star Todd… Read More »

     
  • Bold Star narrowly wins the Kensington Stakes

    Progressive South Australian sprinter Bold Star has made a habit of winning in Melbourne this campaign and the gelding has done so again to land his first stakes win at Flemington. Bold Star’s narrow victory in Saturday’s Listed Kensington Stakes (1000m) was the four-year-old gelding’s third win in Melbourne from… Read More »

     
  • Tim Clark to the fore with Rosehill double

    Tim Clark has built a reputation as one of Sydney’s best jockeys on front runners and has demonstrated his talents again at Rosehill. After riding Godolphin’s Enfleurage to an all-the-way win in Saturday’s Jack Ashman Handicap (1300m), Clark was at it again on Embracer in the Bill Waterhouse Handicap (1100m)…. Read More »

     
  • CF Orr Stakes on the radar for Alabama Express

    Promising three-year-old Alabama Express is on target to chase a Group One win against older horses after performing to his trainer’s expectations in his first appearance of 2020 at Flemington. Alabama Express sprinted to a two-length victory in Saturday’s Donate to Salvation Army Disaster Appeal (1100m) against his own age,… Read More »

     
  • Cool Chap breaks long winning drought

    Owners of veteran galloper Cool Chap had to wait more than two years between his most recent wins but trainer Robert Heathcote believes his next victory is only two weeks away. Cool Chap ($3.10) ended a frustrating run of placings when he finished strongly to beat New Universe ($4.40) by… Read More »

     
  • Avantage wins Group One Telegraph Sprint

    Australian mare Winter Bride has finished fifth in the Group One Telegraph in New Zealand, with the race won by Avantage from dual winner Enzo’s Lad. The Jamie Richards-trained Te Akau Racing-owned Avantage had to contend with the outside barrier to win the 1200m-race at Trentham in Wellington. Her win… Read More »

     
  • Personal stamps herself on the Blue Diamond

    Champion trainer David Hayes has given two-year-old Personal a glowing endorsement after the filly finished strongly to win at Flemington in her second start. Personal, who finished second to the Snowden Racing-trained filly Fresh on debut at Geelong, was in behind runners at the 300m in Saturday’s Flemington Event Staff… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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