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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Stewards fine trainer over treatment

    Stewards fine trainer over treatment

    Trainer Con Karakatsanis has landed himself in more hot water with stewards fining him for not reporting a treatment he gave to Howmuchdoyouloveme. Karakatsanis admitted to treating the sprinter on Wednesday before the Group Two Premiere Stakes at Randwick on Saturday where Howmuchdoyouloveme finished last. He pleaded guilty and was… Read More »

     
  • Moore joyous as Takedown wins G2 Premiere

    One thing was certain when Takedown won the Premiere Stakes. Gary Moore would attempt to lift the roof off the Randwick grandstand and in typical fashion, the trainer enjoyed every moment of the horse’s Group Two victory at Randwick on Saturday. He repeated his celebration after Takedown won The Shorts… Read More »

     
  • Hauraki unleashes huge burst to win Epsom

    Hauraki’s thrilling last-stride Epsom Handicap win happened too quickly for trainer John O’Shea to consider the horse a winning chance. In coming from last to win Saturday’s Group One over 1600m at Randwick, Hauraki moved O’Shea to declare: “I’ll take it, but I can’t believe it.” The win gave Sheikh… Read More »

     
  • Shillelagh picks up pieces for NZ stable

    New Zealand mare Shillelagh will be aimed at stakes company after she overcame adversity to score at Caulfield. Her New Zealand co-trainer Stephen Autridge said the mare will return to Caulfield in 11 days following her win in the Ladbrokes Up For The Challenge Handicap on Saturday. Sent out the… Read More »

     
  • Sir John Hawkwood wins G1 Metropolitan

    Sir John Hawkwood wins G1 Metropolitan

    Young jockey Blake Spriggs has celebrated his biggest moment in racing, winning the Group One Metropolitan on veteran stayer Sir John Hawkwood at Randwick. “Best day of my life,” Spriggs said. “It just panned out beautifully. I got into a nice spot, just where I wanted to be.” Trained at… Read More »

     
  • Nozomi gets back on the board at Caulfield

    A one-time Victoria Derby placegetter has made it back to the winner’s circle at Caulfield after an injury-enforced break. Nozomi, who defeated Preferment in the Geelong Classic before finishing third to that galloper in the 2014 Victoria Derby, outstayed his rivals to take out the Argyle Maintenance Handicap on Saturday…. Read More »

     
  • Hauraki storms home to win Epsom Handicap

    Hauraki storms home to win Epsom Handicap

    The John O’Shea-trained Hauraki has come from last to snatch a last-stride win in the $1 million Epsom Handicap at Randwick. Giving away what seemed to be an impossible start under jockey James McDonald, Hauraki mowed down Dibayani and Mackintosh to win the famous Group One mile on Saturday. “I… Read More »

     
  • Russian Revolution in surprise win

    Russian Revolution in surprise win

    Russian Revolution has stamped himself among spring’s heavyweight colts with a shock victory in the Roman Consul Stakes. Saturday’s Group Two at Randwick loomed as a match-race between Astern and Capitalist but Russian Revolution had other ideas. Golden Rose winner Astern jumped the $1.40 favourite but had too much to… Read More »

     
  • Global Glamour wins Group 1 Flight Stakes

    Global Glamour wins Group 1 Flight Stakes

    Trainer Gai Waterhouse has won a ninth Flight Stakes with Global Glamour leading all the way in the Group One race for three-year-old fillies at Randwick. With Tim Clark in the saddle, Global Glamour took up the running from the outsider Bridle Lane before holding off the favourite Yankee Rose… Read More »

     
  • Moqueen breaks maiden in Dulcify Quality

    Moqueen breaks maiden in Dulcify Quality

    It’s taken Moqueen eight starts to break her maiden and she has done it in style in a stakes race at Randwick. The Anthony Cummings-trained filly came from last on the home turn to beat her more-fancied male rivals in Saturday’s Listed Dulcify Quality (1600m). Sent out at $15, Moqueen… Read More »

     
  • Ameristralia denies flashy mare Miss Vista

    The horse the small crowd at Caulfield came to see on AFl grand final day has suffered her first defeat. Miss Vista, the mare with the distinctive white face and white stocking legs, is a crowd favourite because of her markings. She captured the hearts of the public with her… Read More »

     
  • It’s Somewhat could get a shot at the Caulfield Cup

    It’s Somewhat could get a shot at the Caulfield Cup

    It’s Somewhat could get a shot at the Caulfield Cup after strolling to victory in the Group Three Craven Plate. Punters who backed It’s Somewhat at his $1.55 starting price had little cause for concern as jockey James McDonald eased the horse down to a 4-3/4 length victory at Randwick… Read More »

     
  • Ours To Keep starts path to Magic Millions Classic

    Ours To Keep starts path to Magic Millions Classic

    Chris Munce won the Magic Millions twice as a jockey and is eyeing his first as a trainer after the dynamic victory of Ours To Keep at Doomben. The aptly named Ours To Keep ($6) led throughout to win the Skytrans Plate (1050m) by 4-1/4 lengths from the $2.10 favourite… Read More »

     
  • Khan follows Capitalist lead in 2YO Plate

    Khan follows Capitalist lead in 2YO Plate

    For the second year in a row, trainers Peter and Paul Snowden have saddled the winner of the Breeders’ Plate with Khan emulating stablemate Capitalist in the first two-year-old race in Sydney this season. Whether he can keep the similarities going in the Magic Millions and Golden Slipper remains to… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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