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Horse Racing News

  • Astern leads Group Two Roman Consul Stakes market

    Astern leads Group Two Roman Consul Stakes market

    Golden Rose winner Astern is odds-on favourite for the Group Two Roman Consul Stakes ahead of Capitalist. Astern is at $1.60 to win Saturday’s $300,000 race over 1200m at Randwick while Capitalist is on the second line of betting at $3.50. Astern’s only defeat came at the hands of Capitalist… Read More »

     
  • Trainers counting the cost of cobalt

    The careers of two trainers have been decimated by their cobalt disqualifications and ongoing appeals, a hearing has heard. Trainers Danny O’Brien and Mark Kavanagh, who continue to train on stays of proceedings, are appealing their respective four and three year cobalt convictions to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal…. Read More »

     
  • Hartnell heads Turnbull Stakes nominations

    Hartnell heads Turnbull Stakes nominations

    Hartnell headlines the nominations for the Group One Turnbull Stakes at Flemington which will be the in-form gelding’s first Melbourne appearance for the spring. The Group One Turnbull Stakes (2000m) on Sunday has attracted 20 entries with Hartnell and last year’s winner Preferment the highest-rated. Preferment has been beaten eight… Read More »

     
  • Omei Sword odds-on for G1 Flight Stakes

    Omei Sword odds-on for G1 Flight Stakes

    Omei Sword is set to start the Group One Flight Stakes at Winx-like odds after being rated the $1.60 favourite in first markets. The Chris Waller-trained filly was runner-up to Astern in the Group One Golden Rose at her most recent start. She heads to Saturday’s $500,000 race at Randwick… Read More »

     
  • First races for new season’s 2yos

    If the best guide to Sydney’s first two-year-old races of the season is the barrier trials, Condor Heroes should have the Breeders’ Plate sewn up. The Gerald Ryan-trained colt stood out at last week’s official trials with his 9-1/4 length win, but more importantly recorded the fastest 850 metres of… Read More »

     
  • Detective in search of a second stakes win

    Detective in search of a second stakes win

    Sydney-trained colt Detective needs to impress again in the Group Two Stutt Stakes at Moonee Valley if he is to earn a shot at the Caulfield Guineas eight days later. Detective was one of two Peter and Paul Snowden-trained horses taken to Moonee Valley on Monday to familiarise themselves with… Read More »

     
  • Sons Of John primed for G1 Epsom Handicap

    Sons Of John primed for G1 Epsom Handicap

    Over the culture shock of his first Group One runner a year ago, trainer Jason Attard is having trouble keeping things normal ahead of this year’s Epsom Handicap. Attard’s stable star Sons Of John is set for his second crack at the $1 million race at Randwick on Saturday. “I’m… Read More »

     
  • Cobalt trainers facing hardship

    Cobalt trainers facing hardship

    Legal counsel for the two trainers appealing their cobalt disqualifications has alleged Racing Victoria may have “manipulated evidence”. Damian Sheales is representing trainers Danny O’Brien and Mark Kavanagh as they fight their respective four and three year bans on cobalt charges. Forensic IT analyst Brendan McCreesh was being cross examined… Read More »

     
  • Extreme Choice faces tough first-up task

    Extreme Choice faces tough first-up task

    Trainer Mick Price is under no illusions about the task ahead of Blue Diamond Stakes winner Extreme Choice against older sprinting stars in the Moir Stakes. But the Group One-winning colt will be out to enhance his own reputation when he makes his first appearance as a three-year-old in Friday’s… Read More »

     
  • Snowden wants dry track for Capitalist

    Snowden wants dry track for Capitalist

    Peter Snowden is adamant Golden Slipper winner Capitalist is in form as he prepares for his clash with Astern in the Roman Consul Stakes, but his co-trainer is desperate for the colt to get on a good track. Capitalist was beaten in his season return on soft ground in the… Read More »

     
  • Extreme Choice gallops at Moonee Valley

    Extreme Choice gallops at Moonee Valley

    Blue Diamond Stakes winner Extreme Choice has continued preparations for his return in the Group One Moir Stakes with a gallop at Moonee Valley. Extreme Choice worked solo over 800 metres on Monday morning in preparation for Friday night’s race at the track while fellow Moir Stakes hopeful Redzel also… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup favourite disappoints in Japan

    Melbourne Cup favourite disappoints in Japan

    Former Melbourne Cup favourite Curren Mirotic has finished ninth in a Group Two race at Nakayama, his final lead-up ahead of his planned trip to Australia. Japan’s sole Melbourne spring carnival entry, Curren Mirotic’s best performance this year has been his second in the Tenno Sho in May. The gelding… Read More »

     
  • Michelle Payne rides Coleraine Cup winner

    It doesn’t have the prestige of the Melbourne Cup but the Coleraine Cup is now an important part of Michelle Payne’s career. Payne rode Birds Of Tokyo to win Sunday’s $30,000 Victorian country feature to claim her first win since she suffered career-threatening injuries in a race fall in May…. Read More »

     
  • Derby hope Highlad to run in UCI Stakes

    Murray Baker will unveil his latest Derby prospect when the unbeaten Highlad makes his Australian debut in the UCI Stakes at Flemington. Baker is no stranger to Derby success in Australia with Lion Tamer winning the Victoria Derby in 2010 while Nom Du Jeu, It’s A Dundeel and Mongolian Khan… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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