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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Barry O’Farrell gives Conghua training facility thumbs-up

    It could soon be easier for Australian horses to again race in Hong Kong with Barry O’Farrell giving the Conghua training facility the tick of approval. The chief executive of Racing Australia, O’Farrell has been part of a group of international racing officials given a tour of the complex on… Read More »

  • Chris Munce gets back to his day job

    Chris Munce has returned to his day job ahead of the Doomben meeting after making a cameo reappearance as a jockey. Munce rode 43 Group One winners during his long career in the saddle but has been training since January 2015 with plenty of success including a double at the… Read More »

  • Balancing act for Kendrick with Hingus Rose

    Trainer Stuart Kendrick is faced with a delicate balancing act as he decides whether to run honest mare Hingus Rose in the Listed Lough Neagh Stakes at Doomben. Hingus Rose has drawn barrier 13 in a field of 14 and on a good track would start long odds. Although she… Read More »

  • Aloisia Sydney bound for Villiers Stakes

    The permitted use of Regumate in NSW means Victorian mare Aloisia will take her place in a stakes race at Randwick. The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained Aloisia runs in Saturday’s Group Two Villiers Stakes (1600m). Regumate contains altrenogest which was responsible for horses trained by Robbie Laing and father-and-son… Read More »

  • Flemington holds Muraahib’s Dubai hopes

    Muraahib could join a couple of fellow Shadwell Stud-owned stablemates on a trip to Dubai if successful at Flemington. Muraaqeb and Eshtiraak are already confirmed Dubai contenders with Faatinah a possibility to join the pair. Faatinah competed successfully at the Dubai carnival earlier in the year at lesser meetings ahead… Read More »

  • Razor Sharp Handicap test for emerging sprinter

    In a perfect world, Cradle Mountain would not be making his stakes race debut in the Razor Sharp at Randwick. Trainer Clare Cunningham is more comfortable taking a conservative approach with her horses, but a lack of suitable races has forced her hand and Cradle Mountain will take his place… Read More »

  • Queensland jockey Peter Cullen gets dual licence

    Veteran rider Peter Cullen has become the first person in Queensland to be granted a dual jockey and trainer licence. The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission on Wednesday granted Cullen the dual licence which was made possible by an amendment to the Thoroughbred Licensing Scheme last month. Cullen comes from one… Read More »

  • Stablehand says not involved in top-ups

    A stablehand banned over the ‘Aquanita eight’ doping scandal denies being involved in giving horses “top-ups” on race days. After being subpoenaed to give evidence to four trainers’ appeals over their disqualifications, float driver Daniel Garland denied administering sodium bicarbonate to horses on race day. Garland said he never took… Read More »

  • Drying powers set to suit Flemington pair

    Simon Zahra is banking on the recuperative powers of Flemington from a summer soaking to help two of the stable’s runners in a straight race for mares. Essence Of Terror and Smart Coupe line up for Zahra and co-trainer Mathew Ellerton in Saturday’s Wingate Avenue Community Centre Trophy (1100m). Saturday’s… Read More »

  • Jenny Graham’s luck set to continue

    Port Macquarie trainer Jenny Graham’s Brisbane campaign has taken a sharp turn for the better and she hopes it is a sign of a stakes win at Doomben. Graham has a team of six horses in Brisbane for the summer and she struck her first win with Awesome Pluck at… Read More »

  • Robbie Fradd back to ride at Doomben

    The much-travelled Robbie Fradd has picked up some key rides for leading trainer Chris Waller for his return to Brisbane racing at Doomben. Originally from South Africa, Fradd has ridden with success in many centres and was running second in the Brisbane metropolitan premiership when he took up a contract… Read More »

  • Aquanita appeal to hear from stablehand

    A stablehand banned over the Aquanita eight doping scandal will give evidence when four trainers’ appeals against their disqualifications continues on Thursday. Trainers Robert Smerdon, Stuart Webb, Tony Vasil and Liam Birchley are fighting their bans in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. Racing Victoria has subpoenaed the other four… Read More »

  • Banned trainer denies giving horses “top-ups”

    A trainer banned over the Aquanita eight doping scandal denies giving horses “top-ups” on race days, evidence he says has not been influenced by “pretty graphic threats” he received. Forced to take the witness stand as four other trainers fight their disqualifications, Trent Pennutto said he could not recall sending… Read More »

  • Numoor impresses in Sandown maiden victory

    Time and maturity have allowed Numoor to return to racing with an impressive first-up victory at Sandown. The Lindsay Park-trained filly strolled home a impressive winner in Wednesday’s Ladbrokes Multiverse Plate at her second career start. On debut at Geelong in July when third, Numoor was all at sea, but… Read More »

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