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Horse Racing News

  • No early retirement plans for Hitotsu

    Talk of retirement for the great multiple Gr 1 winner HITOTSU (Maurice – Love Is Fickle) is off the mark according to his trainer Ciaron Maher. On Monday, the star 3YO suffered a potentially career-ending suspensory injury and as he is worth $18million as a stallion, pundits jumped to an… Read More »

     
  • Yulong spends up big on Tofane and Away Game

    Yulong won the battle for two banner lots of this year’s Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale, splurging $7.1 million on elite-level performers Tofane and Away Game on Tuesday. The powerful Victorian farm paid $3.1 million for four-time Group 1 winner Tofane early in the session before forking out $4 million for Away… Read More »

     
  • Visinari aims for three straight at Caulfield

    There may be no Group 1 racing at Caulfield but for the inform Mick Price & Michael Kent Jnr stable a runner on Saturday may be headed in that direction. Price and Kent Jnr have won the Group 1 South Australian Derby and The Goodwood in the past two weeks and are… Read More »

     
  • No Kaos for Grantham in Belmont Sprint

    Trainer Michael Grantham could not have been any happier with Kaptain Kaos’ return in the Roma Cup (1200m) and has given the thumbs up that the gelding can go even better in Saturday’s Belmont Sprint (1400m) at winter headquarters. First up from a breakout campaign, Kaptain Kaos had little option but… Read More »

     
  • Eros set to reign at Sale

    Anthony & Sam Freedman have ruled the two-year-old division in Melbourne this season and have another strong winning chance at Sale on Wednesday with Eros. Having won three of the last four Blue Diamonds, the stable have asserted their dominance as the best two-year-old stable in Victoria and another talented… Read More »

     
  • Industry support makes Craig Williams proud

    Champion jockey Craig Williams is thankful for the support from the entire racing industry in his and wife Larysa’s attempts to help the people of Ukraine. Craig Williamson and his wife Larysa have been overwhelmed by the generosity and support of the entire racing industry with the donations in support of… Read More »

     
  • Broome to reignite jockey’s passion

    Broome racing kicks off this weekend and someone who is determined to have an impact during the season is jockey, Kate Southam. For the first time in her career, Southam will make Broome her base for the winter, a move that didn’t require a lot of convincing. Dodging a dreary… Read More »

     
  • Multiple G1 winners racing career in doubt

    The racing career of dual Derby winner Hitotsu hangs in the balance following an injury that will see him miss this year’s Spring Carnival. Ciaron Maher Racing on Monday released a statement announcing that the colt has suffered an injury to his near foreleg. The statement suggested that the extent of the injury… Read More »

     
  • BRC Sires Produce Stakes tipped to be a wide open field

    Politcal Debate, an eye catcher two weeks ago, is favourite with Ladbrokes.com.au for their all in market for the BRC Sires Produce (1400m) this Saturday at Eagle Farm. The Chris Waller trained colt ran over 1200m here a fortnight back and was excellent from near last on the turn. He… Read More »

     
  • Rubisaki Primed for Magic Millions farewell

    It will be with mixed emotions that Prime Thoroughbreds will farewell Rubisaki on Tuesday’s opening day of the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale. They can look forward to it as they know a big payday is looming, but the downside of that is that it will end their association with her…. Read More »

     
  • Cox Plate winner beaten but ready for Royal Ascot

    State Of Rest’s winning streak might have ended in Sunday night’s Tattersalls Gold Cup at The Curragh, but his performance did little to dampen connections’ enthusiasm for Royal Ascot. Last year’s Cox Plate winner enhanced his status as a genuine contender for the Group 1 Prince Of Wales’s Stakes (2014m)… Read More »

     
  • G1 double on Ellsberg’s radar

    Ellsberg has tuned up for his Brisbane winter carnival mission with a sparring session against the world’s best sprinter. The gelding stepped out against the Royal Ascot-bound Nature Strip in a jump out at Rosehill on Tuesday and co-trainer Gerald Ryan was pleased with what he saw. “He had a jump out (Tuesday)… Read More »

     
  • Doomben Cup meeting called-off again

    Racing Queensland has abandoned the rescheduled Doomben Cup meeting with continued heavy rain falling in Brisbane. The meeting at Doomben was called off after heavy rain fell on Saturday morning and the decision was made to transfer the meeting to Wednesday. However, with 30mm of consistent rain over the past… Read More »

     
  • Tofane headlines Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale

    Australian racing fans have been blessed to have seen some brilliant mares in the past decade and on Tuesday one who sits behind only the best of them in terms of Group 1 wins will be offered for sale. Tofane is one of the big-ticket items at this year’s Magic… Read More »

     
  • Successive Australian Hurdle wins for Saunter Boy

    Declan Maher shed a tear after Saunter Boy recorded back-to-back victories in the Australian Hurdle with a dashing display of jumping at Sandown. One of the keys players in the Ciaron Maher and David Eustace stable, Declan is the driving force behind the large team of jumpers the stable has… Read More »

     
  • Blandford Lad rebounds at Sandown

    Jumps jockey Steven Pateman says there are better wins in store for Blandford Lad after landing his second hurdle victory. Blandford Lad gave away a healthy start in the Ladbroke It! Hurdle (3400m) at Sandown on Sunday before running down jumps debutant, former Melbourne Cup starter Constantinople. The Peter Gelagotis-trained galloper is unlucky… Read More »

     
  • Princess Rhaenys scores narrow Sandown win

    Princess Rhaenys has had to overcome adversity in her short career with trainer Peter Moody hoping the mare can still make it to stakes grade. A maiden winner previously, Princess Rhaenys took out the Ladbrokes Same Race Multi Handicap (1600m) at Sandown on Sunday at only her sixth start. Moody said a… Read More »

     
  • Horse Racing The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – 21/5/2022

    The Price/Kent Jr camp continued their Adelaide domination, a few balloons were popped at Flemington while Doomben got washed out. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Price/Kent Jr Flex At Morphettville, Again Usually a Carnival domination is saved… Read More »

     
  • Lombardo leads all the way in The Goodwood

    Adelaide has been a happy hunting ground for the Mick Price & Michael Kent Jr trained Lombardo, who was previously unbeaten in four trips across the border, including a win in the Listed Mahini Classic (1100m) earlier this preparation. Despite his affiliation with Morphettville, Lombardo was sent around as an… Read More »

     
  • Neasham Hopeful with former French galloper

    A few small tweaks were all it took for jockey Rachel King to get the best out of former French galloper Hopeful, the pair combining for a hard-fought win in the Listed Lord Mayor’s Cup at Rosehill. King partnered the Annabel Neasham-trained five-year-old when he made his Australian debut in the… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 

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