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  • Remarque ready to bloom in The Rosebud

    Tommy Berry is expecting Remarque to put his hand up as a genuine Golden Rose contender when the colt kicks off his three-year-old season in The Rosebud. Berry won his second Golden Rose last year aboard Hawkes Racing’s Ole Kirk and the high-achieving trainers have another potential Group One candidate this year in… Read More »

  • Alligator Blood no longer heading to Waterhouse and Bott stable

    Hard work has paid off for trainer Billy Healey with Alligator Blood today becoming a formal addition to his racing stable. Healey has had Alligator Blood in his care prior to the geldings proposed move to the Gai Waterhouse / Adrian Bott stable following his rehabilitation and steady comeback to… Read More »

  • Groundswell ready for return at Flemington

    Which Groundswell will turn up at Flemington to kick off a spring campaign that could lead the gelding to a start in a Group 1 race. The now five-year-old runs in the VRC Season Premiere Plate (1410m) on Saturday which the Anthony and Sam Freedman stable hope may lead to the Group… Read More »

  • John Sargent hoping filly has the right Moves

    She was the first filly across the line in the Golden Slipper and Four Moves Ahead will be given every chance to prove she is the best of her age and gender during the Sydney spring. Trainer John Sargent has designs on tackling the four-race Princess series with the Group… Read More »

  • Fasika set to strike first-up in the Missile Stakes

    Joe Pride knows what it takes to capture the first black-type race of the Sydney season and he believes bonny mare Fasika can deliver him a fourth win in the Missile Stakes. Pride has won the August sprint with Rain Affair twice and Eduardo last year, and the common denominators have… Read More »

  • Suspect to get Sirius in the Aurie’s Star Handicap

    For a just turned seven-year-old, Sirius Suspect has not been over-raced and in fact may only be reaching full maturity. That is what his trainer Saab Hasan thinks as a bigger, stronger Sirius Suspect makes his return in the Group 3 Aurie’s Star Handicap (1200m) at Flemington on Saturday. Sirius Suspect has… Read More »

  • Lovemetender set for spring after impressive win

    Lovemetender has broken her maiden impressively fashion contesting the Heineken Plate (1100m) at Kensington on Wednesday. The Anthony Cummings-trained filly led from start to finish, kicking away in the straight to win by 1.16 lengths. The daughter of Testa Rossa had debuted in the Group Three Gimcrack Stakes and also… Read More »

  • Norm Gardner aiming for Millions with Miss Ostend

    Norm Gardner is using this Saturday’s Rosebud as a stepping stone for Miss Ostend to launch towards a berth in the Magic Millions in January. Miss Ostend showed plenty of ability through her first racing campaign, narrowly missing placings in the Listed Magic Millions two-year-old at Wyong, the Listed Lonhro Plate and… Read More »

  • Vow And Declare set to begin Melbourne Cup campaign

    Danny O’Brien has yet to determine a spring starting point for Melbourne Cup winner Vow And Declare. But one thing O’Brien is sure of is Vow And Declare will need racing leading into this year’s Melbourne Cup (3200m) at Flemington on November 2. Vow And Declare was among the nominations for the Melbourne Cup, the Caulfield… Read More »

  • Another meeting shift in Victoria

    Wet weather has forced the transfer of another meeting in Victoria. For the second time in as many days, a race meeting in Victoria has needed to be transferred. Thursday’s meeting at Warrnambool will now be run at Coleraine following a Racing Victoria stewards’ inspection on Wednesday. The Warrnambool track… Read More »

  • Johnny set to kick-off Melbourne Cup campaign

    Victoria Derby winner Johnny Get Angry makes a long-awaited return in the Aurie’s Star Handicap at Flemington. If it was good enough for Bart Cummings, then it is good enough for Dennis Pagan to start the 2021 Melbourne Cup campaign of Johnny Get Angry in the Aurie’s Star Handicap. Cummings, along… Read More »

  • Import to start Caulfield and Melbourne Cups campaign at Flemington

    Imported galloper Durston is set to kick off his campaign at Flemington that his trainers hope will lead to a start in the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups. The Ciaron Maher & David Eustace -trained son of Sea The Moon is topweight in the VRC Member Justin Hoy Trophy (2000m) on Saturday. Durston has not… Read More »

  • New pre-travel protocols hit International horse numbers

    A whiff of spring is in the air with Caulfield Cup, Cox Plate and Melbourne Cup nominations being taken. The reigning winners of last year’s spring majors have been entered to defend their titles which feature a reduced list of internationally-trained horses. Entries closed on Tuesday for the Caulfield Cup,… Read More »

  • International numbers down for spring racing carnival

    Racing Victoria’s General Manager International and Racing Operations Paul Bloodworth held concerns as to how many international horses would be entered for the three major races across the Melbourne Spring Carnival. Nominations for the Caulfield Cup, Cox Plate and Melbourne Cup closed on Tuesday with nine, four and 15 international entries… Read More »

  • Paige Kenney with a pair of favourites at Belmont

    Paige Kenney hopes Tabtouch has got it right rating two of her runners at Belmont on Wednesday. Beaux Banovic-Edwards In-form mare Poker Face and luckless four-year-old Starlift hold favouritism in current Tabtouch markets. Poker Face is $2.60 for the Tabtouch-Better Your Bet Handicap (1000m) and Starlift $3.60 for the All Flags Signs… Read More »

  • Cranbourne meeting moved to Moe

    Racing Victoria has made the call to move the Cranbourne meeting on Wednesday to Moe. Following a RV stewards’ inspection on Tuesday, they deemed a wet patch between the 650m and the 500m to be unsafe for racing. With more rain forecast and the affected part of the track being… Read More »

  • Richard Laming for comments about champion jockey

    Trainer Richard Laming has been fined $5000 while also apologising to champion jockey Damien Oliver for comments made in an audio recording. Laming had posted comments on the online platform miStable for the ownership group of Cecil Street Lad which failed to run a place at Sandown on Sunday. Stewards at Sandown on Sunday did… Read More »

  • Nominations for Springs main feature races announced

    Nominations for the three main feature races of the Melbourne Spring Carnival have been announced. The nominations for the Melbourne Cup number one hundred and seventy-four with last year’s winner Twilight Payment named to defend his crown. Similarly, last year’s Cox Plate and Caulfield Cup winners, Sir Dragonet and Verry… Read More »

  • 2021 Cox Plate nominations released

    The nominations for the 2021 Cox Plate have today been released with 153 horses entered for the MVRC’s feature event. The entries for the $5 million Cox Plate (2020m) saw a total of 153 horses nominated with 4 internationals entered, which way down on last year’s figure of 182 horses… Read More »

  • 2021 Caulfield Cup nominations released

    The nominations for the 2021 Caulfield Cup have today been released with 170 horses entered for the MRC’s feature event. The entries for the $5 million Caulfield Cup (2400m) saw a total of 170 horses nominated with 9 internationals entered, which was slightly down on last year’s figure of 177… Read More »

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