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  • Gary Clarke with a two pronged Darwin Cup attack

    Premier Darwin trainer Gary Clarke will look to add to his trophy cabinet with two live chances in the Great Northern Darwin Cup on Monday. Eight going on nine-time successive premiership winning trainer Garry Clarke is confident his two horses Paghman and Reserve Street are more than capable of taking… Read More »

  • Steve Pateman lands first city win as a trainer

    Champion jumps jockey Steve Pateman may have been winless as a rider at Sandown, but Lion’s Share has provided his first city win as a trainer. Grand National Hurdle day may not have worked out on the riding front for Steven Pateman, but he left Sandown on Sunday having prepared his first… Read More »

  • Wil John out-jumps rivals in the Grand National Hurdle

    Trainer Ciaron Maher has not ruled out chasing a rare jumps double with Wil John after the gelding took out the Grand National Hurdle at Sandown. Only two horses have completed the Grand National Hurdle and Steeplechase double in the same year with Mosstrooper completing the double in 1930 and New Zealand jumper Tallyho Twinkletoe in… Read More »

  • Tamarack scores again over the jumps

    Trainer Eric Musgrove’s patience with Tamarack has been rewarded with the gelding remaining unbeaten over the jumps. After scoring a debut maiden hurdle win at Sale, Tamarack was back in action a week later to claim the Ladbrokes Hurdle at Sandown on Sunday. Along with Jim Houlahan, Musgrove is regarded as… Read More »

  • Social Element continues winning streak in Crisp Steeplechase

    The Grand National Steeplechase now beckons for Social Element after he extended his winning streak to four over jumps at Sandown. The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained jumper added the Crisp Steeplechase (4200m) to his record with a faultless display on Sunday. Having spent more than 18 months on the sidelines,… Read More »

  • Exciting filly flies home to win the Palmerston Sprint

    The Chris Nash trained Mayameen (Simon Miller), once again showed just how much she is enjoying life at the Top End when she prevailed in a two-horse battle with the Jason Manning trained Niewand (Vanessa Arnott) to take out the Palmerston Sprint over 1200m in Darwin. The three-year-old chestnut filly… Read More »

  • The Everest contender up and Running

    Arguably Sydney’s most progressive sprinter, Lost And Running has returned to John O’Shea’s Randwick stable with his trainer adamant the horse is back better than ever. The gelding has built an imposing record with six wins from seven starts, capturing the attention of Everest slot holders the TAB which have snapped… Read More »

  • Eloquently makes it six straight at Eagle Farm

    Steve Tregea’s amazing touch as a trainer continued unabated at Eagle Farm where he bookended the meeting with Champagne Aunty and Eloquently. Eloquently underlined both her burgeoning ability and her mental toughness when taking out a QTIS Three-Year-Old Fillies Handicap in the last race on the card. The three-year-old daughter… Read More »

  • Cummings edges out Baker in Sydney premiership battle

    Godolphin has finished the season with a brace of winners to clinch second place on the Sydney trainers premiership. Bjorn Baker has fallen one win short in his battle with Godolphin’s James Cummings for second position on the Sydney trainers’ premiership as the all-conquering Chris Waller captured his eleventh successive title. Baker and… Read More »

  • I’m Thunderstruck on track for the $7.5m Golden Eagle

    The Mick Price and Michael Kent Jnr.-trained I’m Thunderstruck did his Golden Eagle hopes no damage with a strong performance at The Valley. I’m Thunderstruck earned the praise of Price with his win in the Dominant Cleaning Solution Handicap (1514m) on Saturday. Settling back in the field under Jamie Kah,… Read More »

  • Sixgun puts the cherry on Tom Sherry’s season

    Despite having the back-end of his season curtailed by injury, Tom Sherry has closed out a successful year with a deserved victory aboard Sixgun for his master Mark Newnham. Sherry has had the Sydney apprentices’ premiership wrapped up for some time but he hasn’t been able to finish in the… Read More »

  • Hi Stranger keeps Moonee Valley record intact

    The JRA Cup at The Valley could be on the agenda for Hi Stranger following his success at The Valley. With a liking for The Valley, trainer Shane Fliedner hopes to be back at the track deeper into the spring with Hi Stranger. The Group 3 JRA Cup (2040m) in… Read More »

  • Mare’s rich form a Vision to behold

    The decision to give Mirra Vision an extended spell following a winless spring has continued to reap dividends for connections after she posted her third victory of the campaign at Randwick. Mirra Vision’s form tapered off after she showed early promise, prompting trainers Peter and Paul Snowden to give her extra time… Read More »

  • Racegoers forced to leave Eagle Farm races

    The racing public who attended Eagle Farm today had their afternoon’s entertainment cut short when they had to vacate the track by 3.30pm to meet the protocols set by the Queensland Government after it had announced a snap three-day lockdown earlier in the day. The two races scheduled after 3.30pm… Read More »

  • Damien Oliver notches half-ton at The Valley

    Damien Oliver landed his 50th metropolitan win for the season when he combined with Godolphin filly Zapateo at The Valley. In taking out the Plant Powered Cleaning Handicap (1000m) on Saturday, Zapateo registered her second win from three starts and importantly added a city win to her record. How far Zapateo can progress… Read More »

  • Keys and Newitt rock The Valley

    The Ken and Kasey Keys stable is striking up a successful association with Craig Newitt and it was on show at The Valley. After registering a comfortable maiden win with Rock Artist at Moe last month, the combination was back at it on Saturday taking out the Mia Kleer Hand… Read More »

  • Hugh Bowman gets the best out of Tamerlane

    Tamerlane isn’t the easiest horse to train but Godolphin’s perseverance with the three-year-old is paying off after he posted his first Saturday metropolitan victory at Randwick. Assistant trainer Darren Beadman says the horse is brimming with talent but takes a lot of management, both on the training track and race day. Hugh… Read More »

  • COVID positive at Sydney racecourse

    A racing industry worker at Warwick Farm has returned a positive test to COVID. The final Sydney race meeting of the season is expected to proceed despite an industry participant at Warwick Farm testing positive to COVID-19. Confirmation of the result was announced in a tweet by Racing NSW stewards… Read More »

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