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Australian Horse Racing News

  • NSW suffers second bad fall in as many days

    A second jockey has been airlifted to hospital in as many days following a fall on a New South Wales racetrack after an incident in Race 5 at Gunnedah on Monday. Elissa Meredith was airlifted to hospital after being dislodged from Starlink in the Curlewis Hotel Class 2 Handicap. Meredith was… Read More »

  • Winter Stakes headlines this weekends racing at Randwick

    No stranger to a wet surface, the Joseph Pride-trained six-year-old will once again be suited by the anticipated conditions as the already Heavy 10 surface prepares for another week of downpour. Filling the top two placings in 5/6 runs this campaign – including three wins, the son of Equiano relishes… Read More »

  • Womantic team on weather watch ahead of Monash Stakes

    Melbourne’s weather will decide whether Victoria’s leading stable will be represented in Saturday’s feature event at Caulfield, the $200,000 Sir John Monash Stakes. How Womantic is Ciaron Maher and David Eustace’s lone entry for the 1100-metre Group 3 and Eustace said there was one key factor that would determine whether… Read More »

  • Leah Kilner remains in induced coma

    Leah Kilner remains in a induced coma in a critical condition in a Brisbane hospital as a result of head injuries sustained in a fall at Grafton on Sunday. The 24-year-old was airlifted to the Princess Alexandra Hospital after falling when her mount Stella’s Turn suffered a catastrophic leg injury… Read More »

  • Eduardo building towards third Everest attempt

    Joe Pride has no regrets about not campaigning Eduardo overseas, despite the Royal Ascot heroics of the gelding’s arch-rival Nature Strip. The two elite sprinters have had an incredible rivalry over the past two seasons and while Nature Strip holds a narrow head-to-head advantage, Eduardo has proved a more than worthy foe…. Read More »

  • Mildura Cup option for Eagles Crag

    Archie Alexander may look to do a ‘Sierra Sue’ in a bid to get Irish-bred imported galloper Eagle Crag back into winning form. After placings at his first three starts of the campaign over 1600m, Alexander is considering a switch to 1400m and a trip to Mildura for the Cup on… Read More »

  • Duke Wai strikes for O’Sullivan, Chau

    Marking his imminent departure from Hong Kong with a timely reminder of enduring skill, Paul O’Sullivan struck with Duke Wai and Jerry Chau to land the Class 1 25th Anniversary Hong Kong Reunification Cup Handicap (1200m) at rain-drenched Sha Tin on Friday (1 July). O’Sullivan, 62, will leave Hong Kong… Read More »

  • Horse Racing The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – 2/7/2022

    Wet weather wreacked havoc across several venues on Saturday, an import lapped up the mud to win a staying feature while #SF came to the fore in the Glasshouse. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Rosehill Called Off… Read More »

  • Draw no barrier for Tuvalu

    Tuvalu did not let his army of supporters down despite having the widest draw in the VRC-CRV Winter Championship Series Final at Flemington. The Lindsey Smith-trained galloper was sent out a heavily supported $2.20 favourite to take out Saturday’s Listed race over 1600m. Jumping smartly from the widest barrier in… Read More »

  • Monbaher wins Banjo Paterson on protest

    Matt Cumani trained import Monbaher has won the Banjo Paterson Series Final on protest over Mimi’s Award Monbaher is having his first Australian preparation but has notched up his second win from four starts this preparation in dramatic fashion, successful on protest after initially crossing the line in second to Mimi’s… Read More »

  • Rain washes out half of Rosehill card

    The final five races at Rosehill have been called off due to the wet weather, but not before jockey Tim Clark endured a wild ride. Tim Clark has demonstrated outstanding horsemanship to stay in the saddle after previously unbeaten filly Shades Of Rose turned on a buckjumping display in the fifth race…. Read More »

  • Hopes are high with Quang Tri

    Co-owner Joe O’Neill believes he has a promising stayer on his hands after Quang Tri took out the Listed Taj Rossi Series Final at Flemington. The daughter of Shalaa relished the rise to 1600m on Saturday to register her second win in succession after capturing the Elvstroem Classic (1300m) at Swan Hill last month…. Read More »

  • Monte scores sentimental win for Koolman family

    Hugh Bowman has partnered Monte Ditto to an emotional victory in the Midway Handicap at Rosehill, dedicating the win to the family of the late Anton Koolman. Bowman wore black armbands in honour of the renowned bloodstock agent, who died last weekend aged 82. The champion jockey’s association with the… Read More »

  • Thron Bone relishes back-up to win Next Gen Final

    Jerome Hunter may have a smart two-year-old on his hands after Thron Bone made it two wins in two weeks, taking out the Next Gen Sprinters Final at Flemington First seen running fourth to Daumier in the Listed Blue Diamond Preview (1000m) for colts and geldings back in January, Thron… Read More »

  • Megamea scores popular Flemington win

    Megamea has registered an emotional win for owner Udyta Clarke when the daughter of Master Of Design took out the Leilani Series Final at Flemington. Clarke was training Megamea up until the likable Cranbourne-based trainer was found unconscious in a paddock on her property in November 2020. Diagnosed with bleeding on the brain, Clarke… Read More »

  • Matt Dunn filly digs Deep to post Sydney win

    The deteriorating track conditions at Rosehill have proven no issue for three-year-old Deep Romance, although the same cannot be said for winning jockey Josh Parr. Following consistent rain overnight and throughout the morning, Rosehill was downgraded to a heavy 9 after the opening race. Deep Romance ($5) made light work… Read More »

  • Plenty to play for in QLD Racing Premierships

    With a month to go in the 2021/22 racing season, there is still plenty to play for in the Queensland Trainer and Jockey Premierships … even for those who have their particular Premiership already all wrapped up. Tony Gollan is one of those. A runaway leader in the Brisbane Trainer’s… Read More »

  • Tom Dougall sets long-term goal for Go Wandji

    Where to now for Go Wandji? Trainer Tom Dougall has confirmed a long-term goal for his very smart four-year-old gelding who could not have been more impressive when claiming a dominant win at Eagle Farm on Wednesday. Next year’s Queensland Winter Carnival is the target, but the route to that… Read More »

  • Carnival targets for impressive Go Wandji

    Where to now for Go Wandji? Trainer Tom Dougall has confirmed a long-term goal for his very smart four-year-old gelding who could not have been more impressive when claiming a dominant win at Eagle Farm on Wednesday. Next year’s Queensland Winter Carnival is the target, but the route to that… Read More »

  • Girls, Just Want To Have Fun? Go Racing

    In 2012, Magic Millions brought in a ‘Racing Women’s Bonus’ to encourage female participation in the racing industry in the form of ownership. Fast forward a decade and the number of women in the industry has skyrocketed and on a continual rise. In recent times, a new pathway for women… Read More »


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