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Horse Racing News

  • Decision pending on Sandown start

    Cranbourne trainer Daniel Williams will keep a watch on pending withdrawals at Sandown before making a definite answer on where to start Big Kate. The three-year-old daughter of Tosen Stardom is down to run in the LockettLED.au Handicap (1600m) on Wednesday but also holds a nomination for 1400m contest at Flemington… Read More »

     
  • Grafton Guineas Goal for Olive filly

    Nick Olive has been happy to take it run by run with in-form three-year-old Toes In The Water, with the Maurice filly to have her eighth run of a preparation that begun in April when she lines up in Wednesday’s Grafton Guineas. A winner two back in a Class 2 at… Read More »

     
  • Lindsay Park chase second Flemington Cup

    The Lindsay Park team enjoy nothing more than winning a Cups race at Flemington. Think the Melbourne Cup, or an Australian Cup with the excellent prize money on board. While the Deane Lester Flemington Cup (2800m) on Saturday may not have the same notoriety as those Group 1 contests, it… Read More »

     
  • David Eustace embarks on new training career in Hong Kong

    David Eustace has embarked on a new chapter in his career as a trainer in Hong Kong, after leaving his partnership with Ciaron Maher at the beginning of the year. Following his departure, Eustace spent time with family in the UK, learned from Christophe Clement in America, and was active… Read More »

     
  • Champion jockey Gerald Mosse announces retirement

    Melbourne Cup winning jockey Gerald Mosse, has announced his retirement just before his mount in Saturday’s Group 1 Grand Prix de Paris. Mosse’s final ride was in the big handicap on Bastille Day at Chantilly, aboard Shannkiyr. Bred by Mosse’s longtime employer, the Aga Khan, and trained by Mikel Delzangles,… Read More »

     
  • Wet weather forces transfer

    Racing Victoria has made the early decision to transfer the Cranbourne meeting on Thursday to the Polytrack at Pakenham. It follows more than 40mm of rain falling on the Cranbourne track from 9am on Monday. The Cranbourne track was deemed unsuitable for racing, prompting Southside Racing officials to transfer the… Read More »

     
  • O’Donnell’s comeback Gathers Momentum

    One day you might be feeling well and the next you could be struck down by unbearable shoulder pain, the kind that takes your breath away. Then comes the first of many sleepless nights. That’s the mysterious and miserable world of frozen shoulder, as explained by orthopedic surgeon, Michael Khazzam…. Read More »

     
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  • Spring plans open for Oaks winner

    Many of Ciaron Maher’s key spring players are nearing trial stage, but one of his Group 1 winners who might have a later start to spring than many is Socks Nation. The daughter of Sioux Nation was given several weeks off following her blowout win in the $700,000 Queensland Oaks… Read More »

     
  • Taramansour’s chance to go one better in Deane Lester Flemington Cup

    Saturday’s Deane Lester Flemington Cup is the logical progression for many who contested the Banjo Paterson Series Final, but Phillip Stokes is happy one horse in particular is not among the nominations. Untapped import Berkshire Breeze, the runaway winner of the Banjo Paterson Final, is being readied for a Cups assault… Read More »

     
  • Godolphin G1 winners step out early

    It might be smack-bang in the middle of winter but James Cummings has got an early start on the spring preparations for some of his potential spring stars, including a couple of Group 1 winners. Zardozi and Tom Kitten both trialled for the first time this campaign at Warwick Farm on Monday morning…. Read More »

     
  • Guineas joy for Snowdens as Xidaki wins another

    The number of black-type races, especially Guineas features, is thinning out as the season draws to a close but father and son, Peter and Paul Snowden, are continuing their success right into dusk of their training partnership. Xidaki gave the duo their 203rd black-type victory in the Group 3 Winx Guineas (1600m)… Read More »

     
  • Postponed feature plays out for Punch Lane

    Rather than being an inconvenience, the postponement of the Sunshine Coast’s feature races following relentless rain last weekend to a Sunday card a week later, co-trainers Anthony and Sam Freedman grabbed the opportunity for a second crack at a race they would have initially missed out on anyway. Punch Lane did not… Read More »

     
  • Gai importing Asian Daze to Australia

    Gai Waterhouse’s European holiday was not all just about laying back and enjoying the sunshine as some astute work was also done at the bloodstock sales. One purchase, a three-year-old filly by sire Frontiersman, delivered a victory on Saturday at Newmarket in England to send her off to Australia on… Read More »

     
  • Romantic Warrior won’t defend Cox Plate

    Trainer Danny Shum has announced that Romantic Warrior will not defend his Group 1 Cox Plate title this October. The star galloper captured one of the most memorable editions of the race at The Valley last year, narrowly defeating Mr Brightside in a gripping finish. Since that victory, Romantic Warrior… Read More »

     
  • Nash only three behind J-Mac in premiership race

    A treble at Randwick for Nash Rawiller has him within striking distance of claiming his fourth Sydney metropolitan riders’ premiership while a return date for table topper James Mcdonald is yet to be confirmed. While McDonald has been sidelined for most the past month through illness, Rawiller has clawed back the gap… Read More »

     
  • Ryan Houston gets one back for Begg

    It has been six months in the making, but Ryan Houston finally repaid Grahame Begg a Saturday city success when he won aboard British Columbia at Caulfield on Saturday. The win in the $130,000 Sportsbet Same Race Multi Handicap (1400m) was the first Saturday city winner for the 20-year-old apprentice. Houston has passed… Read More »

     
  • Freedmans keep punching at Sunshine Coast

    Consistent rain has made the Sunshine Coast track a tricky proposition for trainers, jockeys and punters alike and the hopes of the surface being given the opportunity of a few days to dry out were dashed overnight on Friday with further rain hitting the area. A track rated Heavy 10,… Read More »

     
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  • Don Diego De Vega digs deep to outstay his rivals

    Quietly satisfied is what trainer Annabel Neashem seemed to be when former French galloper Don Diego De Vega won for the first time on Australian soil at Randwick. Steered by Jason Collett, Don Deigo De Vega ($2.40 bookmakers favourite) would have been forgiven by Neasham for succumbing to the late… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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