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Horse Racing News

  • Duais back for Autumn campaign

    Three-time Group One winner Duais is likely to resume in Saturday’s Group 2 Guy Walter Stakes (1400m) at Randwick, with Ed Cummings to be guided by her first-up run as to what the six-year-old mare’s preparation will look like. Duais hasn’t managed a win since March 2022 but went close in a number… Read More »

  • Star WA G1 winner gets spot in All Star Mile field

    WA’s Group 1 sensation, Dom To Shoot, has clinched a wildcard entry into the prestigious $4 million All-Star Mile, adding more excitement to the upcoming event. The Northerly Stakes victor, who triumphed over the renowned Zaaki during Perth’s summer carnival, caught the attention of the selection panel with a valiant… Read More »

  • Heat forces earlier start to Sandown races

    The earlier timed start to the Sandown midweek meeting on Wednesday will not require too much of a change for the Peter Moody and Katherine Coleman stable. Wednesday’s meeting has been brought forward five hours to combat the heat of the day. Temperatures at Sandown are expected to hit 38 degrees on Wednesday and… Read More »

  • Rolling along to settle Lad for Launceston Cup

    When finishing down the track as the well-supported beaten favourite in the Hobart Cup overs two weeks ago, from trainer to jockey – and punters – they were all disappointed at the outcome of Alhambra Lad’s effort that day. When it comes to the climax of the Tasmanian Summer Carnival,… Read More »

  • Favourite’s pace to suit local Warriors

    Trainer Glenn Stevenson is in the middle of one of his best seasons on the track in the past decade, and his pair of black-type performers in Turk Warrior and First Accused can add to it at Launceston on Wednesday. Both horses will line up in the Listed Hellova Street Stakes (1600m) with… Read More »

  • Kavanaghs look to Melbourne Cup glory with First Immortal

    Flemington trainers Mark and Levi Kavanagh are embarking on a strategic journey towards the Melbourne Cup with their stayer, First Immortal. Hindered by a head knock in his last outing at the Geelong Cup, First Immortal missed out on a potential Cup start last season. However, the Kavanaghs have their… Read More »

  • Azzopardi’s Pinjarra Classic boost

    Just under a month since fracturing his cheekbone at Lark Hill trials, Azzopardi expertly guided River Rubicon to victory in the Listed Pinjarra Classic (1300m) on Sunday. Azzopardi hopes a faster than expected recovery is the trigger for more success on the eve of Perth’s autumn carnival. “You always need a little… Read More »

  • Jimmy might not be a Star in rich Mile

    Whether Jimmysstar lines-up in the highly anticipated All-Star Mile at Caulfield on March 16 hangs in the balance, with the talented galloper’s involvement far from assured. Having recently faced his first Stakes test at Flemington on February 17, Jimmysstar experienced an unexpected defeat as he was ridden from the front… Read More »

  • Matt Laurie charged over prohibited substances

    Mornington-based trainer Matt Laurie is set to confront the Victorian Racing Tribunal over two prohibited substance charges linked to positive swabs for the steroid Trendione. Racing Victoria stewards leveled three charges against Laurie on Monday, two stemming from positive swabs from racehorses Anahita and Delicious Tycoon, with the third addressing… Read More »

  • All Inclusive heading to the Todman Stakes

    All Inclusive, David Vandyke’s eye-catching winner of the QTIS Jewel Prelude for two-year-old colts and geldings over 1100m at Doomben, will be heading south to face his next test with the Group 2 Todman Stakes being pencilled in with a possible run at The Golden Slipper being touted beyond that… Read More »

  • Veight humming ahead of Australian Guineas

    Tony Mcevoy didn’t have a runner in last Saturday’s Group 1 Futurity Stakes, but the result brought a smile to his face. Mr Brightside’s 1-1/2-length win over Pericles and Buffalo River in the 1400-metre weight-for-age contest franked the form of the McEvoy-trained Veight ahead of this Saturday’s Group 1 Australian Guineas. Veight was beaten… Read More »

  • Golden Slipper favourite Storm Boy heads Skyline Stakes entries

    Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott missed out on the Blue Diamond by a short-head and provided the Silver Slipper Stakes quinella last Saturday, but they will produce their No 1 Golden Slipper seed this weekend. Storm Boy’s anticipated return to the races will take place in Saturday’s $300,000 Group 2 Skyline… Read More »

  • Overs for a winner at Launceston

    Early shoppers are sometimes rewarded with the coveted over the odds successes and although he admits to not usually partaking in the punt, Lindsey Smith believes that Yellow Sam may be in that category on Launceston Cup Day on Wednesday. Smith has targeted the Tasmanian Summer Carnival with Yellow Sam and Kaliuwaa… Read More »

  • Caulfield to reveal new mounting yard

    Over the past three decades, the Caulfield mounting yard has witnessed the triumphs of Australia’s champion racehorses, but its final winners were celebrated at the triple Group 1 meeting held on Saturday. This iconic location, which has been a staple in the racing community, will soon make way for a… Read More »

  • Watch: Consistent Wings Of Song snares Tasmanian Oaks

    The Patrick Payne-trained filly by US sire Mendelssohn took out the Listed Tasmanian Guineas (1600m) six weeks ago at Hobart, then followed up in the Thousand Guineas (1600m) on January 21. After that, winning the Listed Strutt Stakes (2100m) on February 11 lead to this success off her campaign in… Read More »

  • TAB cutting off pubs who deal with Ladbrokes or Neds

    Tabcorp the owner of TAB betting shops throughout NSW have been cutting off privately owned/run pubs who decide to display Ladbrokes or Neds signage as part of the deal between Entain and the NSW Australian Hotels Association. The Commercial in Bega has been a popular spot for punters to gather,… Read More »

  • Verdad to take improvement into Australian Guineas

    Trainers Robbie Griffiths and Mathew de Kock could not have been happier with the return performance of Verdad and are looking for an equally solid performance in the Australian Guineas. Verdad resumed in the Group 3 C S Hayes Stakes (1400m) at Flemington on February 17 chasing home Riff Rocket and King… Read More »

  • Pride throws down challenge to connections of Imperatriz

    Te Akau Racing’s declaration that the Group 1 Canterbury Stakes is a possible target for Imperatriz hasn’t phased Think About It’s trainer Joe Pride in the slightest. Pride’s Everest winner is scheduled to resume in the Randwick feature and, renowned for enjoying a bit of friendly rivalry, Pride says talk that… Read More »

  • Les Bridge unearths another Legend for Bon Ho

    Forty years after winning his first Hobartville Stakes with Sir Dapper, octogenarian Les Bridge has captured his second, this time with the horse he believes might be the heir apparent to his Everest winner Classique Legend. Celestial Legend ($8.50) unleashed a withering finish from midfield to triumph in Saturday’s three-year-old feature, the… Read More »

  • Oxlades on Que in Oakleigh Plate

    It wasn’t with the member of their stable most expected, but Shane and Cassie Oxlade celebrated their maiden Group 1 success after Queman led home a longshot trifecta in Saturday’s Oakleigh Plate at Caulfield. The Strathalbyn five-year-old, who started $17, nosed out $11 chance Hypothetical in a race that strayed from the script with… Read More »

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