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  • Winx headlines Cox Plate second acceptors

    Champion mare Winx remains one of 48 horses in contention for the Cox Plate at Moonee Valley. Second acceptances were taken on Tuesday for the weight-for-age race at Moonee Valley on October 28. Winx recently claimed her 20th straight victory in the George Main Stakes and is the odds-on favourite… Read More »

     
  • Cups hope Admire Deus arrives from Japan

    Japanese horse Admire Deus has arrived in Melbourne in preparation for the major spring Cups. Admire Deus was bought by syndicator Australian Bloodstock earlier this year and has joined the stable of Victoria’s premier trainer Darren Weir. After completing pre-export quarantine in Japan, Admire Deus flew into Melbourne on Tuesday… Read More »

     
  • Broadside ready to fire in The Metropolitan

    Broadside must overcome a strenuous workload if he is to add to Gai Waterhouse’s honour roll in The Metropolitan. The six-year-old faces a quick back-up for the second time as the trainer eyes her ninth win in the Group One 2400m The Metropolitan and her first since Glencadam Gold in 2012…. Read More »

     
  • Azazel to relish step up in distance

    A crack at the Caulfield Guineas remains firmly on the radar for Azazel and trainer Tony McEvoy is excited to see the colt step up in distance in the Stutt Stakes at Moonee Valley. McEvoy already has the reigning Caulfield Guineas favourite Royal Symphony in his stable and the unbeaten… Read More »

     
  • Happy Clapper ready to snap Group One jinx

    Blake Shinn is determined to guide topweight Happy Clapper to his first Group One victory in the Epsom Handicap as a tribute to a trainer who has lightened the burden for jockeys. Shinn highlighted Pat Webster’s work as a mentor for young riders through Racing NSW when he declared his… Read More »

     
  • Super Cash ready for MV but start doubtful

    Places for a start in the Group One Moir Stakes at Moonee Valley are at a premium. A total of 24 horses have been nominated for Friday night’s 1000m-sprint which has a field limit of 13 plus four emergencies. Confusion has reigned over the order of entry. First horses guaranteed… Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua to make strides towards Everest

    Brendon Avdulla has had one ride on Chautauqua and has never been happier to bring a horse home out of the minor placings. The grey surged home late to finish seventh in The Shorts on September 16 in his first lead-up race for next month’s $10 million Everest and Avdulla… Read More »

     
  • Oscietra favourite for Flemington race

    Black Caviar’s three-year-old daughter Oscietra is an early favourite to make it two wins from three starts when she makes her reappearance in a midweek race at Flemington. Oscietra has not raced for seven weeks since winning an 1000m-maiden on the synthetic track at Geelong on August 11 at her… Read More »

     
  • BRC loses money on its tote

    The changing face of Australian gambling will be shown when the Brisbane Racing Club reveals a loss on operating its on-course totalisator in its annual report. The BRC is expected to declare an $806,000 overall loss on the 2016-17 season at its annual general meeting on October 18 despite a… Read More »

     
  • Flight Stakes then VRC Oaks for Legal Girl

    Clarry Conners cannot put Legal Girl in the same class as Research but he does hope she can emulate the spring campaign of the champion filly. The Conners-trained Research won the Flight Stakes in 1988 and went to Melbourne where she claimed the VRC Oaks. Research went on to claim… Read More »

     
  • Hartnell gets another look at Caulfield

    One word from Godolphin’s Melbourne representative David Charles has summed up his morning after watching four horses work at Caulfield in preparation for the Underwood Stakes meeting. “Outstanding.” Hartnell, It’s Somewhat and three-year-olds Kementari and Esperance made the trip from Flemington for course proper gallops at Caulfield on Tuesday. Underwood… Read More »

     
  • Egg Tart still on track for Epsom Handicap

    The Chris Waller stable is confident Egg Tart will take her place in the Group One Epsom Handicap at Randwick despite being troubled by an eye irritation. The dual Group One winner failed an examination by Racing NSW veterinarian Craig Suann on Tuesday, shortly before the four-year-old drew barrier one… Read More »

     
  • Victoria Derby aim for Weather With You

    New Zealand three-year-old Weather With You gets a chance to press his claims for a spring Classic in Melbourne when he bids to break his maiden in the Victoria Derby Trial at Flemington. Trained by Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman, Weather With You was brought to Melbourne for the spring… Read More »

     
  • Pride to gauge Passage Of Time’s promise

    Joe Pride will have a clearer indication of the quality of horse he has inherited from James Cummings when Passage Of Time makes his debut for his new stable at Rosehill. The four-year-old joined Pride at Warwick Farm after Cummings accepted the role as Godolphin’s head trainer in Australia and… Read More »