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Horse Racing News

  • Northerly wins a race all of his own

    The great Fighting Tiger, who already has a statue in his honour at Ascot, has increased his presence at the track even further with a $1.5million race in his name. Swapping one champion galloper with another, the Kingston Town Classic will become the Northerly Stakes and will be run on… Read More »

  • Hell I Am gets a win on the board

    Hell I Am was his own worst enemy at his initial preparation but on his best behaviour at Canterbury, the John O’Shea-trained juvenile showcased his class to post a determined win. A luckless fifth on debut in the Wyong Magic Millions in December, the son of Hellbent showed talent from the outset… Read More »

  • Hell I Am gets a win on the board

    Hell I Am was his own worst enemy at his initial preparation but on his best behaviour at Canterbury, the John O’Shea-trained juvenile showcased his class to post a determined win. A luckless fifth on debut in the Wyong Magic Millions in December, the son of Hellbent showed talent from the… Read More »

  • Hoping history repeats with Inundation

    Michael Kent Jnr admits to concerns with Inundation’s wide draw in Saturday’s $130,000 Neds Money Back Odds Handicap (1100m), but he is taking confidence from his most recent win. That was at Caulfield, also the venue for this weekend’s race, when he overcame barrier 10 in a field of 13 to… Read More »

  • SEQ trainers set sights on Rockhampton Newmarket

    South-East Queensland trainers sometimes bemoan the fact when top trainers from the southern states regularly raid the Brisbane carnival … well, the boot will be on the other foot at Rockhampton this weekend, with several South-East Queensland trainers making the trip north for a hit and run raid on the… Read More »

  • Jan Bowen pair off and Running at Randwick

    Jan Bowen is hoping for a case of second time lucky when she heads to Sydney with the two leading lights of her Muswellbrook stable. Both Casino Kid and Running Bear were slated to contest races on the second half of the Rosehill card last weekend and had arrived on course before the… Read More »

  • Felicia chasing perfect comeback in Monash Stakes

    It would be understandable is Dean Binaisse felt a little robbed that Felicia, the shining light of his Mornington stable, has not been to the races in almost 15 months. The five-year-old has not started since emerging from last year’s VOBIS Gold Sprint with an issue. But instead of lamenting his… Read More »

  • Cafe Royal looking to bow out a winner

    It will be the end of an era for trainer Nathan Doyle when stable stalwart Cafe Royal chases a fairytale end to her racing career in the Group 3 Pam O’Neill Stakes at Doomben. The mare has been the backbone of the young horseman’s team, but Saturday’s race will be her… Read More »

  • Brett Robb keeping his balls in the air with Gallant Star

    An owner on the hunt for a Country Championships runner, a former Australian cricketer, and a horse with a giant set of knackers. It sounds the like the start of joke, but it might just be the start of a great racing story. When owner David Ringland went shopping online… Read More »

  • Caulfield kick-off for Black Caviar’s niece

    Peter Moody was disappointed he did not get to take Brigete to the races, so it will be with some satisfaction he presents her daughter Tapin’ Three at Caulfield on Saturday. It will mark another chapter in Moody’s history with one of the all-time great Australian racing families, which includes the horse… Read More »

  • Time running out for Byrne in Brisbane jockeys’ premiership

    Premiership title chasing Jim Byrne is set to continue riding under a stay of proceedings, after being handed a seven-day suspension for his ride on Corfe Castle in the Bruce McLachlan Classic at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday. “Yeah, I put in the paperwork this morning (Wednesday),” said Byrne, who… Read More »

  • Kyle Wilson-Taylor poised to claim apprentice premiership

    “It’s over.” With those two words Jaden Lloyd, speaking yesterday, basically conceded the Brisbane Apprentice Jockey Premiership to his good friend and great rival Kyle Wilson-Taylor, with whom he has been embroiled in an enthralling battle for this particular title over the last six months. These two quality, emerging riders… Read More »

  • Diva gives battered Corstens reason to smile

    Given his current state, smiling might not be the best thing for Troy Corstens but the Flemington would not have been able to help himself after Wednesday’s Ladbrokes Same Race Multi BM70 Handicap (1300m) at Sandown. Defiant Diva provided the stable with its first win since Corstens was involved in a serious fall… Read More »

  • Spring Over for star Sydney stayer

    The racing career of Think It Over is under a cloud after the popular gelding suffered a tendon injury that has ruled him out of the spring carnival. While the full extent of the issue is not yet known, trainer Kerry Parker said they would be taking no risks with the welfare… Read More »

  • Fresh specialist angling for Dream start

    Reliable first-up performer Dream Circle will kick off his latest campaign for David Payne at Randwick, but whether a couple of stablemates join him will depend on scratchings. The five-year-old resumes in Saturday’s Bowermans Handicap (1200m) having not raced since finishing fourth to Shelby Sixtysix at Group 3 level in March,… Read More »

  • Slow and steady the motto for Profondo

    Group 1 Spring Champion Stakes winner Profondo has begun his carnival build up with a pipe-opening barrier trial at Warwick Farm. The colt settled last in his 740-metre heat on the Polytrack before jockey Josh Parr eased him to the outside and he finished stylishly under his own steam to run second… Read More »

  • Step up to Saturday grade a Hypothetical option

    Hypothetical scored an important win at Sandown on Wednesday and the Anthony and Sam Freedman stable will now look enhance her status before things get tougher for her from next month. The three-year-old almost certainly booked her spot in $130,000 race at Caulfield on July 23 with her win in the… Read More »

  • Artorius a chance to extend European stay

    The July Cup has sometimes been an afterthought for Australian sprinters directed towards Royal Ascot, but it is not the case with Artorius. The 1200-metre Group 1 at Newmarket has been on the agenda since the colt left Australia and it might not even be the final start of his… Read More »

  • Jockey Leah Kilner updates

    Apprentice Leah Kilner remains in intensive care, three days after she was seriously injured in a race day fall at Grafton. The young rider, who was airlifted to Brisbane’s Princess Alexandra Hospital following the accident, underwent surgery to relieve pressure on her brain on Sunday night and was briefly brought… Read More »

  • Transferred meetings in Sydney, Queensland

    The big wet in New South Wales and Queensland has caused a reshuffle of the venues originally scheduled to host racing on Wednesday. The Sydney meeting originally set down for Warwick Farm on Wednesday will now be held at Canterbury on Thursday. The Canterbury track was rated a Heavy 10… Read More »


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