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  • Scott Jones undergoes burns surgery

    Scott Jones has undergone surgery and skin grafting on burns he suffered in an explosion at the Lismore racecourse. The manager of the Lismore Turf Club, Jones was hurt in the gas explosion on Thursday morning and take to Royal Brisbane Hospital. His wife Liz told Racing NSW on Friday… Read More »

     
  • Torgersen to help with milestones

    There could be no more fitting horse than a rejuvenated Torgersen to help Chris Waller’s Queensland stable reach two milestones at Doomben. Torgersen will run in the Listed Recognition Stakes (1350m) at Doomben where he will be ridden by Robbie Fradd. If Torgersen can win, he will become Waller’s first… Read More »

     
  • Udyta Clarke’s ATM resumes at Ballarat

    The deeds of Rich Charm through the spring carnival have turned trainer Udyta Clarke into a media star. Last Monday the Cranbourne trainer was named the Victorian Racing Media Association’s personality of the year. While Group Two winner Rich Charm enjoys a short break before the autumn, her ATM, It’s… Read More »

     
  • Speedy Kitty ready for Clockwise challenge

    One thing Speedy Kitty won’t be lacking in is experience when she tackles the Magic Millions Clockwise Classic at Ballarat. The two-year-old race on Saturday is run right-handed and the only race run in a clockwise direction in Victoria. It is designed to give young horses experience ahead of the… Read More »

     
  • Punters come for Plague Stone

    James Cummings is looking forward to running the rule over another Golden Slipper contender from Godolphin’s seemingly endless supply of two-year-old talent. Sheikh Mohammed’s operation has 102 newcomers nominated for the world’s richest race for two-year-olds in March. Plague Stone is the latest to appear with the colt to make… Read More »

     
  • Liam Howley set to take over at Macedon Lodge

    Liam Howley has been given the green light to take over from Robert Hickmott as head trainer at Lloyd Williams’ Macedon Lodge training complex. Hickmott, who trained Melbourne Cup winners Green Moon and Almandin, is leaving Macedon Lodge to branch out on his own. Howley was the assistant trainer to… Read More »

     
  • Antonio Giuseppe targets Ballarat Cup

    The Ballarat Cup has been a late spring target for Antonio Giuseppe who will be out to give Sydney’s premier trainer Chris Waller a second win in the race in three years. Waller won the $300,000 Listed Ballarat Cup two years ago when Junoob carried top weight of 60kg. Antonio… Read More »

     
  • Tony Gollan to rock two-year-old for Aquis

    Premier Brisbane trainer Tony Gollan will have 15 runners at Doomben but it is one of his first starters which holds most interest. Gollan has Rock ‘N’ Sol making his debut in Saturday’s Two-Year-Old Handicap (1200m), with the gelding an eye-catching second in a recent barrier trial at Doomben. “He… Read More »

     
  • Swift return to Sydney for Overdue

    It has taken a while for Overdue to have his first start in Sydney and Albury-trained gelding is making up for lost time. The durable six-year-old had raced exclusively in country NSW since he began his career in 2014 until trainer Kym Davison brought him to Warwick Farm early last… Read More »

     
  • Noel Callow appealing Moe suspension

    Jockey Noel Callow is heading to the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board to fight a careless riding suspension. Callow will have his appeal heard on Monday after being suspended for 12 meetings by Racing Victoria stewards at Moe on Tuesday. Stewards deemed the interference to be in the mid-range when… Read More »

     
  • Lindsay Park up for another WA carnival

    For more than 40 years, dating back to the Colin Hayes era, Lindsay Park has been a regular visitor to the Perth summer carnival. Now in the care of David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig, Lindsay Park is back again with a small team for 2017. Sovereign Nation kicks… Read More »

     
  • Rare Occurrence set to happen at Doomben

    The stars have aligned for Rare Occurrence to write another chapter in her trainer Stuart Kendrick’s story of turning cheap buys into stakes class horses. Rare Occurrence has drawn barrier one for the Listed Ubet Fillies and Mares Classic (1200m) at Doomben on Saturday and Kendrick couldn’t be happier. “We have… Read More »

     
  • Azkadellia to retain Group One win

    Azkadellia will retain her Group One win in the Queen Of The Turf despite the wrangle over her ownership. The board of Racing NSW has decided the mare will keep her status and prize money from her three starts in NSW in 2016. Trained by Ciaron Maher, Azkadellia also ran… Read More »

     
  • Racecourse manager to undergo burns surgery

    Scott Jones, the manager of the Lismore Turf Club, is in a Brisbane Hospital where he will be treated for serious burns suffered in a gas explosion at the track. Jones suffered burns to 45 per cent of his body in the explosion on Thursday morning. Racing NSW said Jones… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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