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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Point of Consumption Tax increase for Victoria

    The Victorian government is set to make changes to the Point of Consumption Tax in the state from the start of next financial year. The Victorian government if voted in will increase the POCT tax for bookmakers from 8% to 10% from July 1st which will see Victorian Racing Industry… Read More »

  • Ryan Maloney sweating on results from scans

    Leading Queensland jockey Ryan Maloney is hoping for some good news when he receives his results from scans following his fall at the Gold Coast on Saturday. β€œI’m just waiting on an MRI scan to confirm that there’s no (issues). There was a bit of an issue with the T1,… Read More »

  • Tracey Bartley’s duo both face new challenges

    One arguably goes best in the wet and the other is an unknown at the trip but Tracey Bartley remains optimistic about the chances of Moana Jewel and McCormack who head to Randwick. Bartley acknowledged both horses would be facing individual tests but the astute Wyong trainer said he expected… Read More »

  • Mystic Journey’s All-Star Mile campaign begins

    Star Tasmanian mare Mystic Journey will begin her 2021 All-Star Mile campaign at Launceston tomorrow night and according to betting markets a win is close to a formality. TAB fixed odds has Mystic Journey at $1.10 to win the 1200 metres, weight-for-age sprint. Her trainer Adam Trinder is setting Mystic… Read More »

  • Laughable entries for the Australia Stakes

    This Friday nights Group Two Australia Stakes has attracted just five entries after they were released on Monday morning. Entries for Friday night’s feature Group 2 sprint, the Australia Stakes at The Valley have been extended until tomorrow morning after they only attracted five entries which were Isaurian, Widgee Turf,… Read More »

  • Chris Waller readies All Star Mile team

    Chris Waller said he hoped to have one or two starters in The All-Star Mile at The Valley on March 13 but the race had to fit into a horse’s program. He identified Verry Elleegant as an ideal horse for The All-Star Mile. “If I set Verry Elleegant for the… Read More »

  • Sprint stars set to return in Black Caviar Lightning Stakes

    Chris Waller’s two star sprinters Nature Strip and September Run will both resume in the Black Caviar Lightning at Flemington next month. Waller said they had both come through their trial at Rosehill last Friday in great style and would kick off their autumn campaigns in the Group One 1000… Read More »

  • Brad Rawiller optimistic after bad fall

    Jockey Brad Rawiller has begun his road to recovery after suffering a nasty fall at Bunbury last Wednesday. The former Victorian jockey made the move to Perth last year to reinvigorate his riding career and after a promising start his good run of form came to a halt after suffering… Read More »

  • All Star Mile plans for The Harrovian

    Autumn carnival plans for cult hero The Harrovian will become clearer after owner Tom Hedley meets with Toby and Trent Edmonds in the next week. A trip to Melbourne for the Group One Futurity Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield before a tilt at the $5 million All-Star Mile (1600m) at Moonee… Read More »

  • Winter carnival the focus for Rhapsody Rose

    The winter carnival will be the focus for Rhapsody Rose after trainer Chris Munce elected not to push the envelope in the Magic Millions. Rhapsody Rose was fully qualified for the Millions but sabotaged her chances with a cantankerous display before the start of the Gold Pearl Quality (1100m) at… Read More »

  • Private Eye to be aimed at the $7.5m Golden Eagle

    Talented three-year-old Private Eye continued on his winning ways at Rosehill on Saturday and with that cemented himself a shot at the rich Golden Eagle in the Spring. Private Eye made it five wins from six starts and took his earnings close to a quarter of a million dollars when… Read More »

  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – January 16th Edition

    The Magic Millions dominated racing on Saturday, while at Flemington, a WA mare continued her winning ways and potentially earned herself a crack at a Group l. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Waller Ticks Big Race 2YO… Read More »

  • Early signs are good for Ryan Maloney

    Jockey Ryan Maloney could be back riding within a week if he is cleared of any structural damage following his fall at the Gold Coast on Saturday. The former Victorian jockey Ryan Maloney was aboard the short priced Magic Millions Guineas favourite Isotope when he clipped the heels of Away… Read More »

  • Shaquero to be aimed at the Golden Slipper

    Trainer Chris Waller secured his first win in the rich Magic Millions Classic on Saturday with Shaquero and he has biggest targets in store for the talented colt. Shaquero was able to bounce back to win the $2m Magic Millions Classic after having been defeated at his two prior Queensland… Read More »

  • Flying Fabergino wins the Kensington Stakes

    Star Perth mare Fabergino again showed her predilection for the Flemington 1000 metres and booked herself a start in the Black Caviar Lightning next month. The big grey mare did exactly what she had done on her previous two wins over the 1000 metres down the Flemington straight which is… Read More »

  • Aim causes an upset win in the Magic Millions Guineas

    Aim stunned punters but not co-trainer Paul Snowden when he scored a boilover win in a dramatic Magic Millions Guineas (1400m) at the Gold Coast on Saturday. Overlooked by most punters, Aim ($31) powered clear to win the Guineas by 1-3/4 lengths from Amish Boy ($31) with Away Game ($4.60)… Read More »

  • Chris Waller claims first Magic Millions Classic

    Champion trainer Chris Waller broke new ground in his magnificent career when he claimed his first Magic Millions 2YO Classic with Shaquero at the Gold Coast. Ridden by Hugh Bowman, Shaquero ($13) settled just off the speed before hitting the lead soon after straightening and holding a late challenge from… Read More »

  • City winners continue for Patrick Payne

    Patrick Payne made it three consecutive Flemington winners when Japery took out the opening event the 1100m Benchmark 78 for three-year-olds. At the previous Flemington meeting Payne trained Defibrillate and Ididitforlove to win. He has also trained six winners from 14 starts during the past week. Payne entrusted stable apprentice… Read More »

  • Cindy Alderson’s exciting stayer makes it two from two

    Cindy Alderson’s decision to push Liqueuro out in distance to 2000 metres at his second start paid off with an impressive effort to win at Flemington and in doing so he kept his undefeated record intact. Alderson said Liqueuro always indicated he was going to be a stayer and she… Read More »

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