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Horse Racing News

  • Lasqueti Spirit to take on big guns again

    Lasqueti Spirit didnt trouble Winx or Hartnell last time they met and her trainer Lee Curtis doesn’t expect her to give them too much grief in the 2017 Chipping Norton Stakes. What Curtis wants is for the VRC Oaks winner to keep showing him she is on target for the… Read More »

     
  • Sheer Madness waits on Diamond start

    Connections of two-year-old Sheer Madness are playing a waiting game to see whether the gelding gains a start in the $1.5 million Blue Diamond Stakes. The John Salanitri-trained Sheer Madness is the only emergency for Saturday’s Group One race at Caulfield. Sheer Madness has been scratched from a 1300m race… Read More »

     
  • Another international option for Jameka

    The QEII Cup in Hong Kong has emerged as another international possibility for Caulfield Cup winner Jameka if she heads overseas after the Australian autumn. Trainer Ciaron Maher has already flagged the prospect of Jameka heading to Europe later this year to target some feature races, depending on her form… Read More »

     
  • Ryan-trained two-year-old on display

    Shortly before Za Zi Ba runs at Rosehill, her high profile stablemate Chauffeur will be given a work-out on their home track. Za Zi Ba was scratched from a two-year-old race at Hawkesbury on Tuesday in which her stablemate, Didn’t Mention It, finished third. Instead, Za Zi Ba runs in… Read More »

     
  • Blue Diamond market reshuffle post barrier draw

    The barrier draw has had an impact on betting for the 2017 Blue Diamond Stakes with the Robert Smerdon-trained Property now equal favourite. After Craig Williams elected to ride the Lindsay Park-trained Catchy following her win in the Blue Diamond Prelude on February 11, she became the $5 favourite for… Read More »

     
  • Early scans clear rider of serious injury

    The daughter of former champion jockey Greg Childs has escaped serious injury following a trackwork fall at Caulfield. Tayla Childs was reportedly knocked unconscious in the fall on Tuesday morning before being transported to hospital complaining of hip and lower limb soreness. The sister of apprentice Jordan Childs, Tayla was… Read More »

     
  • VRC Sires Produce Stakes hopes to run at Sandown

    A midweek city race for juveniles was a strong pointer towards the VRC Sires’ Produce Stakes 12 months ago and the corresponding race could do likewise this year at Sandown. Wednesday’s meeting includes the Moorookyle Park Stud Handicap (1300m) for two-year-olds which has a field of 11 including Eshtiraak from… Read More »

     
  • Three more nominations for Futurity Stakes

    The nomination list for the 2017 Futurity Stakes has been extended by three for the Group One race at Caulfield. There were only seven entries for Saturday’s 1400m contest when nominations closed on Monday. Entries were extended until 10am on Wednesday with Attention, Fast ‘N’ Rocking and Tavago joining Black… Read More »

     
  • Extreme Choice on song for Oakleigh Plate

    Mick Price wants to see a quick load and getaway for Extreme Choice ahead of the Oakleigh Plate at Caulfield. With two prized three-year-olds in his care, Price saw the fortunes of Extreme Choice’s stablemate Flying Artie unravel in the barriers ahead of the Lightning Stakes at Flemington on Saturday…. Read More »

     
  • Favourite Catchy draws wide in Blue Diamond

    A full field of 16, plus one emergency, has been declared for the Blue Diamond Stakes for two-year-olds at Caulfield. Favourite Catchy, who Craig Williams chose after agonising over two other potential rides, drew barrier 13 in a bid to give Melbourne’s leading rider his first win in the Group… Read More »

     
  • Ocean Embers set for Group 1 debut

    On the back of her great Group 3 win of the Bow Mistress Stakes in Tasmania, Ocean Embers heads to Caulfield on Saturday to contest the $500,000 Group 1 Oakleigh Plate over 1100m. With five wins from her eleven career starts, including two Group 3 wins, Ocean Embers has confirmed… Read More »

     
  • Trackwork rider injured at Caulfield

    The daughter of former champion jockey Greg Childs has been taken to hospital following a trackwork fall at Caulfield. Tayla Childs was initially unconscious following the fall on Tuesday but was alert when taken from the track. She was complaining of hip soreness.

     
  • Michael Walker out indefinitely

    Jockey Michael Walker will be sidelined indefinitely with a mystery back problem which threatens his career. Walker, who has had a hip replacement, said initial tests indicated that was fine but he was forced to call for help when his back seized up during a race at Moonee Valley on… Read More »

     
  • Max Dynamite being aimed at Melbourne Cup

    Dual purpose performer Max Dynamite is unlikely to go to the Cheltenham Festival with another crack at the 2017 Melbourne Cup his main aim. The Willie Mullins-trained seven-year-old finished half a length behind Prince Of Penzance in 2015 but two outings on the Flat last year yielded little joy and… Read More »