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  • Stradbroke Handicap 2024 – What the jockeys said

    Read the comments from each of the jockeys on their mounts in the Stradbroke Handicap at Eagle Farm. Zac Lloyd (Stefi Magnetica): “I was fine the whole time cantering back but to see my dad has got me emotional.” “I was very confident pre-race. She galloped enormous on Tuesday. My… Read More »

     
  • Gentleman Roy back to winning ways

    Lindsay Park galloper Gentleman Roy landed his first win in just on 18 months with an all-the-way at Sandown. Gentleman Roy turned back the clock with his victory in the Tile Importer Handicap (1400m) on Saturday. It was the rising eight-year-olds first success since taking out the Group 3 Barton Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Lloyd, Stefi magnificent in Stradbroke Handicap

    Having watched close mates and fellow riders Tyler Schiller and Dylan Gibbons break through for Group One wins, Zac Lloyd has finally been able to savour one of his own with a memorable Stradbroke Handicap triumph aboard Stefi Magnetica. Last season’s champion Sydney apprentice, Lloyd is regarded as one of the country’s most… Read More »

     
  • Sir Lucan back in luck at Rosehill

    The Tulloch Lodge team’s confidence in the ability of Sir Lucan to turn around a last-start flop in the space of seven days has been rewarded with the stayer bouncing back to his best in the Listed Winter Cup. Well-beaten as favourite in the Lord Mayors Cup (2000m) at Randwick a… Read More »

     
  • Broadsiding devastating in the JJ Atkins Stakes

    Godolphin colt Broadsiding may have earned himself Two-Year-Old of the Year honours with a devastating second Group 1 victory. Broadsiding took out the J J Atkins (1600m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday to go with his earlier Group 1 victory in the Champagne Stakes (1600m) at Randwick during the Sydney Autumn… Read More »

     
  • Impressive Rosehill winner to hit the road to Queensland

    Hard-working jockey Aaron Bullock has continued his incredible association with trainers Paul Messara and Leah Gavranich at Rosehill, and now he is hoping to parlay that into stakes success in Queensland. The trio combined with exciting three-year-old Know Thyself in Saturday’s Highway Handicap (1400m), the gelding taking Bullock’s record for the stable to… Read More »

     
  • Ten Deep lands city win

    Trainers Peter Moody and Katherine Coleman are unlikely to ask too much of European import Ten Deep after her maiden city win at Sandown. The imported daughter of Ten Sovereigns followed up a Seymour maiden victory with success in the IVE> Handicap (1400m) on Saturday. Ten Deep had two starts in Ireland… Read More »

     
  • Blue Renegade turns the tables at Sandown

    Trainer Mathew Ellerton is not a big believer in weights and measures and says a shorter trip was instrumental in Blue Renegade getting back into winning form. Blue Renegade took out the Sportsbet Set A Deposit Limit Handicap (1000m) at Sandown on Saturday, to be unbeaten at the track, and in the… Read More »

     
  • Improving Swiftfalcon takes flight at Rosehill

    It took plenty of perseverance and horsemanship, but Jay Ford has helped two-year-old Swiftfalcon post an against-the-odds win at Rosehill and in the process lay an important platform for the spring. The Hawkes Racing youngster jumped on terms but drifted back to a clear last from his wide draw as he struggled… Read More »

     
  • Devoted to join Fernie stable

    Belmont Guineas winner Devoted is set to join Luke Fernie’s stable, after the Ascot trainer purchased him for $105,000 in an online sale this week. Devoted ran third in the 2021 WA Guineas (1600m) under the care of Grant and Alana Williams, before his successful Belmont Guineas (1600m) campaign under the… Read More »

     
  • Jollys chase more Pudding at Sandown

    The Richard and Chantelle Jolly -trained Pudding will chase a second win at Sandown in consecutive starts when he lines up on Saturday. Pudding heads to the Sportsbet Race Replays Handicap (1800m), the same trip he was successful over on May 25. The race holds similar conditions to the last time Pudding… Read More »

     
  • Text messages revealed in alleged betting scandal

    Jockey Michael Poy allegedly texted a professional punter to lay a bet on a horse ridden by Lewis German for a hefty sum between $70,000 and $80,000, according to evidence heard at the Victorian Racing Tribunal (VRT). The tribunal heard that on August 7, 2022, at Swan Hill, Poy messaged… Read More »

     
  • Broad push for champion 2YO honours

    It takes a bit to unseat the Golden Slipper winner for Australian Champion 2YO honours these days, but Broadsiding gets his chance to apply more pressure to Lady Of Camelot this Saturday at Eagle Farm. The James Cummings-trained colt will be out to stretch his winning streak to four with a second… Read More »

     
  • Sandown layout to suit Is It Me

    Trainer Daniel Bowman is banking on the bigger Sandown track being crucial to the chances of Is It Me despite the gelding rising rapidly in class. Is It Me tackles an open handicap on Saturday when he runs in the Tile Importer Handicap (1400m), but importantly the gelding drops 6kg on his… Read More »

     
  • Sovereign Hill warming towards another win

    One-time Golden Gift favourite Sovereign Hill has been a lesson in patience for connections and they are hoping to be rewarded with a Saturday metropolitan victory at Rosehill. The Written Tycoon colt set a class record when he took out one of the first two-year-old races of the season at Warwick… Read More »

     
  • Tim Clark hunting second Stradbroke Handicap on Vilana

    Having put his hand up to ride Vilana in the Stradbroke Handicap prior to the horse’s thumping Moreton Cup win, Tim Clark suddenly finds himself in the box seat for a second success in Queensland’s premier race. Vilana has firmed into $5 outright favouritism for Saturday’s $3 million showpiece, rocketing into contention… Read More »

     
  • Two new members for Racing Victoria Board

    Former AFL Chief Executive Gillon McLachlan is out of the running as Chairman of Racing Victoria as he continues his search for full time employment. The Victorian Government’s Minister for Racing Anthony Carbines on Friday announced two new appointees to the RV Board, Mark Player and Tim Rourke, while a new… Read More »

     
  • Romantic Warrior rated fourth best horse in the world

    Hong Kong’s Romantic Warrior has stormed into the world’s top four racehorses after a win in Japan. His Yasuda Kinen victory earned a 121 rating, putting him alongside American star National Treasure. Dubai’s Laurel River remains king with a 128 rating, but Romantic Warrior is now a major player. Meanwhile,… Read More »

     
  • Hunter hopeful with Feels Playful

    Trainer Paul Hunter is banking on an encouraging trial at Lark Hill last week to be the catalyst for a return to form from his talented mare Feels Playful. The mare had just one start last campaign, where she finished more than five lengths behind Pompey over 1400m at Ascot…. Read More »

     
  • Jockey Grant Buckley seriously injured at Wyong

    Jockey Grant Buckley has been airlifted to Sydney’s Westmead Hospital following a race day incident in the mounting yard at Wyong. Buckley suffered possible pelvic and spinal injuries when his mount in the fourth race, Cunning Calle, reared in the enclosure, landing on the jockey. The popular hoop, who is married… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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