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  • White Moss closes in on Tatt’s Tiara goal

    Jason Coyle’s long-term plans for White Moss move a step closer to fruition when the mare heads to Hawkesbury. The four-year-old has been set for the Tatt’s Tiara at Doomben since securing black-type last spring, and Coyle was confident she was on track to nab a Group One at the… Read More »

  • Jungle Edge after $1m milestone at Doomben

    Popular gelding Jungle Edge is set to pass $1 million in prize money when he returns to Brisbane and he could also be a surprise starter in an unlikely race as part of his winter campaign. The weather will dictate the bookmakers’ price for Jungle Edge in the Group Two… Read More »

  • Zoe White suspended for four weeks

    Queensland apprentice Zoe White has been suspended for a month after returning a positive urine sample to a banned appetite suppressant. Rockhampton-based White was the most successful apprentice In Queensland last season and transferred to premier trainer Tony Gollan last year. She later went to Billy and Dale Healy at… Read More »

  • Incident-packed first day at Punchestown

    Willie Mullins endured an up and down day to say the least at Punchestown in his bid to overhaul Gordon Elliott and win another Irish trainers’ Championship. Mullins started proceedings 521,413 euro ($A839,000) behind Elliott and ended on 405,839, but after an early domination of events, a chaotic finish to… Read More »

  • Champagne Cuddles on track for Gold Coast

    Trainer Bjorn Baker has given the thumbs-up for Champagne Cuddles to head to the Queensland carnival after a comfortable barrier trial win at Canterbury. Ridden by James McDonald, the three-year-old filly hit the line 2-1/2 lengths clear of her nearest rival in the 900m hit-out on Tuesday to indicate she… Read More »

  • Anabolic steroid in Flemington-trained horse

    A horse from Russell and Scott Cameron’s Flemington stable has tested positive to an anabolic steroid. Racing Victoria stewards have received a report from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Racing Laboratory confirming the prohibited substance detected in a blood sample collected from Mrs Hardwick, trained in partnership by the father… Read More »

  • Spending To Win can earn Queensland trip

    Trainer Peter Snowden hopes Spending To Win can justify the expense of a trip to Queensland when he races for black-type as a gelding for the first time at Hawkesbury. Snowden urged connections to geld the four-year-old before this preparation and although Spending To Win has continued to produce a… Read More »

  • Tye Angland rapt Trapeze Artist will race on

    Tye Angland won’t contemplate another riding assignment at Royal Ascot just yet but is delighted Trapeze Artist will continue to race. Angland joined trainer Gerald Ryan in expressing his happiness when it was confirmed the triple Group One-winning colt would not head to stud until 2019. Trapeze Artist’s owner Bert… Read More »

  • Horseman Graham Salisbury ill in hospital

    The man behind the legend of equine racing ambassador Subzero is being treated for cancer in a Bendigo hospital. Former clerk of the course Graham Salisbury has worked tirelessly with Subzero as part of Racing Victoria’s community education program taking the former Melbourne Cup winner around the country. Salisbury’s daughter… Read More »

  • Cradle Mountain to step up to city grade

    Sir Barb will always hold a special place in trainer Clare Cunningham’s heart although she also holds the second horse to join her stable in high esteem. While Cunningham, previously the Sydney foreman for now-retired trainer Peter Moody, had a proven performer in Sir Barb when the gelding was bought… Read More »

  • RAD Board set to hear Robert Smerdon charges

    The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board has determined it has the jurisdiction to hear the charges in the Aquanita case against former trainer Robert Smerdon. Counsel for Smerdon, Tim McHenry, challenged the jurisdiction of the RAD Board to hear the 115 charges against Smerdon. On Tuesday the RAD Board heard… Read More »

  • Sunday Pray to chase maiden Caulfield win

    Trainer John Moloney is hoping Sunday Pray can carry his winning form to a higher grade when he lines up at Caulfield. A last-start winner of a midweek handicap at Sandown on April 11, Sunday Pray steps up to Saturday company at his home track. Moloney is looking forward to… Read More »

  • Tony McEvoy has Antipas jumping at St Leger

    If you look at the form card of VRC St Leger contender Antipas you could be excused for thinking he is getting ready for a jumps career. But that is the furthest thing from trainer Tony McEvoy’s mind ahead of the three-year-old’s run in the 2800m-Listed race on Wednesday at… Read More »

  • RAD Board hear jurisdiction submissions

    Counsel for Robert Smerdon has challenged the jurisdiction of the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board to hear charges laid against the Melbourne trainer. The RAD Board heard submissions from Tim McHenry, representing Smerdon, and those of Racing Victoria stewards regarding the Board’s jurisdiction on Tuesday. McHenry contends as Smerdon has… Read More »

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