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  • Caulfield Guineas the target for Tagaloa

    The Caulfield Guineas has been earmarked for Blue Diamond Stakes winner Tagaloa, with the Cox Plate on the radar later in the spring. Tagaloa won two of his six starts during his juvenile season, highlighted by his victory in the Group One Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield in February and… Read More »

     
  • Mystic Journey set for spring return

    Star mare Mystic Journey headlines the entries for a set of barrier trials on the Devonport synthetic track in Tasmania. The Adam Trinder-trained Mystic Journey is entered for an 800m trial on Tuesday morning which would be her first public appearance since her eye-catching fifth placing in the Group One… Read More »

     
  • Damian Lane back for more spring success

    Damian Lane will return to Australia for the start of the new racing season after ending his latest Japanese stint on a winning note. Lane rode a winner at Fukushima on Saturday before completing his three-month contract at the track on Sunday. He booted home 41 winners after arriving in… Read More »

     
  • Frankely Awesome headlines Kenso track entries

    After bypassing the Grafton Cup with last-start stakes winner Frankely Awesome, trainer Kris Lees has turned his attention towards running the mare over a shorter distance on Randwick’s Kensington track. A dual Group One placegetter as a three-year-old in the Vinery Stud Stakes and ATC Australian Oaks, Frankely Awesome claimed… Read More »

     
  • Juveniles face distance test in Byerley Handicap

    A bunch of two-year-olds are set to face a distance test late in their juvenile season in the Byerley Handicap at Flemington. The Byerley Handicap is over 1800m and presents a chance for juveniles showing potential staying qualities to run over an extended distance for the first time against their… Read More »

     
  • Zac Purton wins fourth Hong Kong premiership

    Australian Zac Purton has wrapped up his fourth Hong Kong jockeys’ premiership and third in succession. There is one meeting remaining in the 2019-20 season in Hong Kong but Purton has an unassailable lead at the top of the premiership standings, leading Joao Moreira by seven wins. Moreira will sit… Read More »

     
  • Sydney wants to host the Melbourne Cup

    The Deputy Premier of NSW John Barilaro has his sights on this years Melbourne Cup with the iconic race listed on the hit list of events Sydney wan’ts to host after Melbourne worsening COVID-19 situation. The 2020 Melbourne Cup has been listed as one of the events Sydney wishes to… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield Cup, Melbourne Cup dream alive for Team Snowden

    Peter and Paul Snowden have made headlines with their juveniles this season, laying the foundations for their young team to shine in the spring. But behind the scenes, they have been developing one of their older horses just as meticulously. In Peter Snowden’s previous incarnation as head trainer for Darley,… Read More »

     
  • Harlech arrives in Melbourne for the spring

    Trainer Mike Moroney’s Melbourne team for the spring has been bolstered by the arrival of Group Two winner Harlech from New Zealand. Harlech arrived on Wednesday morning, along with stakes-placed rising three-year-old Snapper, to continue preparations at Moroney’s Flemington stables towards their Australian spring campaigns. Harlech registered two wins and… Read More »

     
  • Oceanex starts build-up to the Melbourne Cup

    Having locked away a start, Oceanex has commenced a long, slow build-up towards the Melbourne Cup. The Mick Price and Michael Kent Jr-trained mare won her way into the Melbourne Cup with victory in the Andrew Ramsden at Flemington in May. May’s race was the second staging of the Andrew… Read More »

     
  • Tallyho Twinkletoe to defend his Grand National Hurdle

    Star New Zealand jumper Tallyho Twinkletoe is set to cross the Tasman to defend his Grand National Hurdle and Steeplechase titles in Victoria. Tallyho Twinkletoe won the National Hurdle at Sandown last year before switching to the bigger jumps to take out the Steeplechase at Ballarat three weeks later. Back… Read More »

     
  • Danny O’Brien with the firepower to continue his success

    The 2019-20 season has been a big one for trainer Danny O’Brien and he believes his stable has the firepower to continue the success in the next year. With three weeks of this season remaining, O’Brien is closing in on 100 wins and he sits third in the Melbourne trainers’… Read More »

     
  • Promising 3YO to undergo further tests

    Promising three-year-old Knight Mariner will be taken to the Gatton veterinary hospital on Monday for further examination of his injured pelvis. Knight Mariner swept to the lead at the 200m and looked certain to win the Group Three Winx Guineas (1600m) at the Sunshine Coast. However, Wapiti kicked back and… Read More »

     
  • Retiring Dan Griffin claims 10th Gold Coast title

    Jockey Dan Griffin will retire with a record 10 Gold Coast premierships under his belt. Griffin, 39, will hang up his saddle next week on medical advice and he is going out in style after a winning treble at the Gold Coast on Saturday. He needed to ride a double… Read More »

     
  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – July 11th Edition

    Jungle Edge did Jungle Edge things, Noble Boy got back into the winners list and a betting inquiry took place involving a leading rider. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Jungle Edge Swims Again In Monash Jungle Edge,… Read More »

     
  • Damian Batters trains first metropolitan winner

    Trainer Damian Batters’ faith in Leroytheconquerer was repaid when the gelding gave him his first Saturday metropolitan winner. Leroytheconquerer ($7) finished too well to win the XXXX Dry Handicap (1200m) at the Sunshine Coast. Batters trains a small team at Caloundra and has had plenty of success at midweek and… Read More »

     
  • Krone too good in the Glasshouse Handicap

    A decision to delay Krone’s retirement for 12 months paid dividends when she won the Listed Glasshouse Handicap at the Sunshine Coast. Starting at $5, Krone burst through at the 200m to beat Sydney visitor Special Missile ($5) for her first win since March last year. Krone was trained but… Read More »

     
  • Noble Boy and Clare Cunningham team up in Winter Stakes

    They are partners away from the track, but trainer Clare Cunningham and jockey Jason Collett are proving an equally formidable team on it. The pair combined to win Saturday’s Listed Winter Stakes (1400m) at Rosehill with Noble Boy, their second black-type victory together this year after capturing the Carrington Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Wapiti fights back to win G3 Winx Guineas

    Caloundra trainer Jack Duncan has never been afraid to start Wapiti against the best horses and it paid off in the Group Three Winx Guineas. The Sunshine Coast Guineas was renamed after champion mare Winx who started her run of 33 straight wins in the race in 2015. No one… Read More »

     
  • Jungle Edge lands the Sir John Monash Stakes

    Trainer Mick Bell says he is in awe of stable star Jungle Edge after the sprinter revelled in the heavy conditions to win the Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield. In holding off the Godolphin-owned Viridine, Jungle Edge landed a sizeable betting move to run the $2.60 favourite in registering… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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