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  • Gloaming Stakes win brightens tough day for ‘JMac’

    Golden Rose day has proven a frustrating one for champion jockey James Mcdonald but he has bounced back with a Gloaming Stakes victory aboard Head Of State. McDonald went into the meeting with rides on a handful of the leading fancies, including odds-on Golden Rose favourite Anamoe. But he came away… Read More »

  • Chaillot explosive in first-up win at Sandown

    Lightly raced Chaillot is expected to chase Group 1 glory later in the spring after an impressive return victory at Sandown. The Archie Alexander-trained mare looked in trouble early in the straight but charged home late to claim the Listed Testa Rossa Stakes (1300m) on Saturday. The victory was Chaillot’s fifth from nine starts with the mare now unbeaten in four first-up… Read More »

  • In The Congo comes up Roses

    A race day phone call from Gai Waterhouse has inspired Tim Clark to produce a daring ride on In The Congo and in doing so pinch victory in the Group 1 Golden Rose. Clark revealed that while his plan was always to lead, he wanted to give the colt a mid-race rest before… Read More »

  • Cox Plate at the mercy of Zaaki

    Zaaki has confirmed his position at the head of Cox Plate betting with a comfortable win in his Melbourne debut at Sandown. The European import extended his winning sequence to five with victory in Group 1 Underwood Stakes (1800m) on Saturday. Sent out the $1.18 favourite under Craig Williams, Zaaki had… Read More »

  • Vangelic sparkles with overdue win in Golden Pendant

    Vangelic has ended an 18-month drought from the winner’s stall with victory in the Group 2 Golden Pendant at Rosehill, claiming the scalp of New Zealander Entriviere in the process. The mare had gone winless since breaking her maiden on debut in January last year, but she had been competitive… Read More »

  • Glyn Schofield announces his return with stakes win

    Experienced jockey Glyn Schofield has capped a remarkable comeback to the saddle with an upset stakes win aboard Yonkers at Rosehill. Schofield had been riding at the top level in Sydney since relocating from South Africa almost 15 years ago but took a break from the sport at the end of last… Read More »

  • Home Affairs stakes claims for $15m The Everest

    Chris Waller has already locked in Nature Strip as his Everest contender, but he has flagged emerging stablemate Home Affairs as having the right profile to fill the vacant slot held by owners Coolmore. The colt showcased his credentials with a brilliant show of sustained speed to win Saturday’s Listed… Read More »

  • Elephant back to winning ways at Sandown

    New Zealand galloper Elephant has rebounded from his sole defeat with an impressive win at Sandown. The Emma-Lee and David Browne-trained gelding suffered his first defeat in the Group 2 Feehan Stakes at The Valley on September 4 before relishing the class drop in the Group 3 Sandown Stakes (1500m) on Saturday…. Read More »

  • Metropolitan Handicap on the radar for tough Entente

    Adrian Bott has not ruled out Entente backing up three weeks in a row to chase a ninth Metropolitan success for co-trainer Gai Waterhouse. The gelding put himself in the frame for a start in the Group 1 staying feature when he proved his distance credentials with a dominant win in Saturday’s… Read More »

  • Queen Of Dubai too quick at Sandown

    Queen Of Dubai ran her rivals into the ground to claim her second career win at Sandown. The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained filly led through to take out the Listed Jim Moloney Stakes (1400m) on Saturday at her sixth race start. Starting her career in Sydney, the stable sent Queen Of Dubai to… Read More »

  • Leeton’s next stop on a Newyork journey

    By the time he turned six, Forever Newyork had twice run a place in the Southern District Country Championships qualifier and raced in Sydney 11 times (half of his 22 starts at that stage, compared to eight on his home track). The trips to the state capital included a win… Read More »

  • The Everest contender under injury cloud

    =A day after being confirmed for a slot in The Everest, Libertini has displayed signs of lameness in her near foreleg. Trainer Anthony Cummings informed stewards that the mare was found to be sore after finishing sixth to Classique Legend in a Randwick barrier trial on Friday. She was examined… Read More »

  • The Everest field starts to take shape

    Former Singapore sprinter The Inferno is the latest galloper to gain a berth in The Everest after a deal was struck with slot holder James Harron. The Inferno earned his spot with his second placing to Wild Ruler in the Group 1 Moir Stakes (1000m) at The Valley on Friday night. With… Read More »

  • Former Singapore superstar gains slot in The Everest

    James Harron has used his The Everest nomination to get the former Singapore superstar THE INFERNO (Holy Roman Emperor – Spina Rosa) into the big race following his stunning Gr 1 effort last night. “I’m delighted to team up with Glenn Whittenbury and set The Everest alight with The Inferno,”… Read More »

  • Star apprentices in trouble for Covid breaches

    This morning, NSW stewards stood star apprentice Ellen Hennessy down from riding at Rosehill this afternoon, as they investigate a breach of Covid rules. The transplanted 3kg Irish rider, who had four mounts at Rosehill, is the latest jockey who has been caught by stewards breaking the rules. She admitted… Read More »

  • Secret Blaze rises to the occasion in the JRA Cup

    Secret Blaze has passed an important ballot clause for the Caulfield Cup with his victory at The Valley on Friday night. The win of the Tony and Calvin McEvoy-trained galloper in the Group 3 JRA Cup (2040m) has given the training partners some food for thought in coming days. Friday night’s victory was… Read More »

  • Daniel Moor’s Wild week continues in Moir Stakes

    Jockey Daniel Moor has rounded out a big seven days by collecting his second Group 1 victory when Wild Ruler scored at The Valley. Celebrating his 37th birthday last Saturday, Moor broke his Group 1 maiden when successful on Sierra Sue for Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young at Caulfield before scoring a stakes race… Read More »

  • Stakes win gets Kavanagh training team on the board

    Father-and-and son training combination Mark and Levi Kavanagh could not have picked a better time to land their first winner together. Seradess arrived late to land the Group 3 Scarborough Stakes (1200m) at The Valley on Friday night to give the pair their first win since joining forces at the start of… Read More »

  • Forgot You lands last stride win in Stutt Stakes

    Forgot You has stamped his class for the second time at The Valley to get up off the canvas and claim his first stakes race victory. The Savabeel three-year-old scored over 1500m at The Valley on September 4 and returned to the track on Fright night to claim the Group 2 Stutt Stakes (1600m). Prepared by Trent… Read More »

  • Emperor ready to rule in Gloaming Stakes

    When finishing third on debut at $41 behind Richard Litt’s $1.9million colt Profondo, many astute punters recognised that David Payne’s runner was a fair bit handier than the market suggested. Payne then sent his gelding to a Goulburn maiden. Although doing all but everything wrong in the run, French Emperor was… Read More »

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