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Horse Racing News

  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – December 7th Edition

    A potential superstar was unearthed at Ascot, feature racing was held at Doomben while the cow paddock which is Pakenham hosted stand alone Saturday racing. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: I Tell Ya, She’s Special Just how… Read More »

     
  • Kay Cee takes out the G1 Kingston Town Classic

    Three-year-old filly Kay Cee has given the Parnham family an historic win in the Group One Kingston Town Classic at Ascot. Trained by Neville Parnham, Kay Cee ($11) was ridden by his son Steve in Saturday’s 1800m-race, the final Group One race of the year in Australia. Kay Cee is… Read More »

     
  • Frangipani Moon lands a black-type win

    Trainer David Vandyke has always expected to win a stakes race with mare Frangipani Moon but it came a little earlier than expected to Doomben. Ridden in a rails-hugging manner by jockey Jake Bayliss, Frangipani Moon ($19) got up to beat Shalwa ($11) in a driving finish to the Listed… Read More »

     
  • The Party Girl scores a confidence boosting win

    A race that looked as if it would not pan out for The Party Girl has turned out to be the ideal platform for the backmarker to score a confidence-boosting win. Burning Crown appeared to be the only natural front runner in Saturday’s Schweppes Handicap (1200m) at Rosehill and that… Read More »

     
  • Jarrod Fry makes the most of late call-up

    Jockey Jarrod Fry was the lucky recipient of last-minute pick up ride, guiding Yulong January to victory at Pakenham. Ben Melham was stood down with a wrist injury following Saturday’s Pakenham Cup, in which he finished fifth aboard Carzoff. He had to forgo the ride on Yulong January in the… Read More »

     
  • Patience pays off with problem horse Stephan

    The patience and persistence of Canberra trainer Gratz Vella is finally being rewarded with Stephan, who has notched back-to-back wins at Rosehill. The seven-year-old was lining up for just his 17th start in Saturday’s Elderton Homes Made. You Look Sprint (1100m) and for Vella and his owners, it has been… Read More »

     
  • Niccanova back to his best in Brisbane Handicap

    Toowoomba galloper Niccanova returned to his best stakes-winning form but there is no chance the gelding will venture interstate for feature races in the near future. Niccanova ($7) charged home to beat Sydney galloper Sir Plush ($5.50) by a neck with three-quarters of a length to The Candy Man ($3.30)… Read More »

     
  • Fred Kersley and Etah James win Pakenham Cup

    Fred Kersley went out with a plan to make the Pakenham Cup a strong staying test on Etah James. And it worked to perfection as the apprentice jockey his biggest race win. In an upset on the Matt Cumani-trained mare, Kersley stood high in the irons as he crossed the… Read More »

     
  • Hugh Bowman heads to HK in winning form

    A daring Hugh Bowman ride aboard Handspun has produced a few pearls of wisdom from Godolphin’s Darren Beadman, who was thrilled to see the mare score an overdue win at Rosehill. Bowman was angling for a run aboard the well-backed $3.80 second favourite but just as he manoeuvred her into… Read More »

     
  • Apprentice cops big suspension improper riding

    Apprentice Nick Keal has been suspended for a month after admitting steering his horse into another runner past the post in the Hamilton Hotel Handicap at Doomben. Keal rode Advance Warning and was charged with directing the horse into Les Tilley’s mount Romakash as the field was pulling up. Keal… Read More »

     
  • Spurcraft scores a brilliant return win in the Bribie Handicap

    Jockey Les Tilley put aside some drama earlier in the day to steer Spurcraft to a brilliant return win in the Listed Bribie Handicap at Doomben. The win was Toowoomba trainer Charlotte White and Tilley’s first stakes victories but there is likely to be more to come with Spurcraft. Spurcraft… Read More »

     
  • Kelly Schweida in light-hearted mood after upset

    Trainer Kelly Schweida couldn’t help cracking a joke when his veteran gelding Stella Ombra scored his first win in nearly 28 months at Doomben. Given the run of the race by jockey Mark De Plessis, Stella Ombra ($34) recorded his first win since August 12, 2017, in the BRC Christmas… Read More »

     
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  • Watch: This’ll Testya shows she is something special

    Boom mare This’ll Testya was sent out as the short priced favourite at Ascot and she lived up to her hype. This’ll Testya was having just her second career start and she made easy work of her more experienced rivals by winning with absolute easy under William Pike. This’ll Testya… Read More »

     
  • Future Score records impressive first-up win

    Apprentice Fred Kersley says Future Score is set for a good autumn campaign after recording a first-up victory at Pakenham. Trained at Ballarat by Matt Cumani, Future Score took out the Hanson Handicap (1600m) on Saturday, his first start since scoring over 2600m at Flemington in July. Cumani is contemplating… Read More »

     
  • Gunga Din outclasses Highway Handicap rivals

    Canberra gelding Gunga Din has relished a hot tempo to street his Highway Handicap rivals and pull off another training coup for veteran horseman Keith Dryden. With Acquittal overdoing things in front, Nash Rawiller settled Gunga Din ($3.90 fav) midfield and the four-year-old quickly gathered in his rivals on straightening… Read More »

     
  • Smart Meteor revives memories for Chris Munce

    Trainer Chris Munce relied on his memory to help Smart Meteor score an upset win in the $125,000 Eagle Way Series heat (2000m) at Doomben. In a sprint home, Smart Meteor ($12) finished too well to beat Don’t Waiver ($4) by 1-1/2 lengths with 2-3/4 lengths to Tears of Love… Read More »

     
  • Scout remains on course for the Magic Millions Guineas

    Gold Coast gelding Scout remained on course for the Magic Millions 3YO Guineas but not before surviving a Doomben protest. Scout ($4) scored by a short half-head to Rothenburg ($4.40) with a short neck to Ziemba ($3.2) in the QTIS Three-Year-Old (1350m). But Stephanie Thornton, who rode Rothenburg, claimed Scout… Read More »

     
  • Peter and Paul Snowden unveil another smart 2YO

    Peter and Paul Snowden have continued their impressive start to the two-year-old season, unveiling Magic Millions 2YO Classic contender Sancy for a fighting debut win at Rosehill. A daughter of top stallion I Am Invincible, Sancy was passed in at the Magic Millions Gold Coast sale and retained by Canning… Read More »

     
  • Sunlight injured in paddock accident

    A possible trip to Dubai for Sunlight to the World Cup meeting has been ruled out after the star mare suffered a hind leg injury in a paddock accident. However, trainer Tony McEvoy said the multiple Group One winner could still be in line for an overseas trip to Royal… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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