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  • Melbourne Cup dream stays alive for boom three-year-old

    Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young have not given up on the hope of starting three-year-old Forgot You in the Melbourne Cup. But first there is the Group 1 Victoria Derby (2500m) at Flemington on Saturday before any decision is made about the Cup. Forgot You was the only three-year-old entered for this year’s Group 1 Melbourne… Read More »

  • Big prize on offer for running second

    It is not often that a trainer is pleased to run second in a race, but Julius Sandhu was over the moon to do so at Geelong on Wednesday. The runner-up placing with Do You Reckon in a benchmark 78 race over 1500m gains the gelding a start in the $500,000 Melbourne Cup Carnival… Read More »

  • Million dollar bonus may lure Flying Mascot to Flemington

    Tom Dabernig tasted plenty of success at the highest level when part of the “Hayes, Hayes, Dabernig” training trio at Lindsay Park, but a Group 3 success on Cox Plate Day notched a new milestone for his new training operation at Warrnambool. In winning the Group 3 Tesio Stakes (1600m) by 4-½ lengths at… Read More »

  • Japanese import could head to Rosehill Gold Cup

    Cox Plate reject Keiai Nautique could be a surprise nomination for the Rosehill Gold Cup as trainer Matthew Smith considers the best target for the Japanese-bred galloper. A full brother to Smith’s former Group 1 winner Fierce Impact, Keiai Nautique was paid up for the Cox Plate but was excluded from the… Read More »

  • Icebath’s luck finally turns in The Invitation

    After enduring the heartache of near-misses in the Golden Eagle and Doncaster Mile, Icebath’s emphatic victory in the $2 million The Invitation felt extra special for trainer Brad Widdup. Widdup was an incredible sport when Icebath was beaten a short head by Colette in last year’s $7.5 million Golden Eagle and… Read More »

  • Kerrin McEvoy to miss Victoria Derby day meeting

    Jockey Kerrin Mcevoy has been hit with an untimely four-meeting suspension for careless riding aboard Coastwatch in the $1 million Bondi Stakes at Randwick. Racing NSW stewards charged the hoop with shifting in aboard the three-year-old near the 1300m when not clear of other runners. McEvoy pleaded guilty and after deliberating… Read More »

  • State Of Rest survives protest to win the Cox Plate

    Young Irish trainer Joseph O’Brien has added a Cox Plate to his two Melbourne Cups after State Of Rest survived a protest to claim the weight-for-age championship at The Valley. One of two early arrivals for this year’s Spring Carnival, the O’Brien stable had to survive a protest by Craig Williams aboard the Godolphin colt Anamoe in a dramatic… Read More »

  • Hilal shows class to win Bondi Stakes

    Hawkes Racing specialise in developing well-bred colts into stallion prospects and Hilal has taken the next step on that road with victory in the $1 million Bondi Stakes at Randwick. The three-year-old has been a talent from his juvenile days when he was Group 1 placed behind Captivant in the Champagne Stakes… Read More »

  • Cox Plate – What the jockeys said

    Find out what the jockeys said about their mounts after the running of the G1 Cox Plate at Moonee Valley. Winning Jockey (State Of Rest): John Allen It looked tough out there: “There was a bit of a bump there and I couldn’t celebrate. Thank God we got the win and… Read More »

  • Career high for Jenny Duggan at Randwick

    Eighteen months after fracturing her skull in a horrific race fall at Scone, Jenny Duggan has celebrated the biggest win of her career with victory aboard Torrens in the Listed City Tattersalls Club Cup at Randwick. The triumph capped a remarkable comeback for the mother of three, who also suffered a broken… Read More »

  • Lunar Flare prevails in the Moonee Valley Cup

    Lunar Flare has continued her rise up in the staying ranks in Victoria with a narrow victory in the Moonee Valley Gold Cup. A daughter of 2013 Melbourne Cup winner Fiorente, Lunar Flare added Saturday’s Group 2 race over 2500m at The Valley to her first stakes race win in the Listed… Read More »

  • Golden opportunity looms for Exoboom

    Trainers Peter and Peter and Paul Snowden are hoping to have two runners in the Golden Eagle with Exoboom in line to join stablemate Aim in the $7.5 million feature following his Randwick triumph. With a benchmark 82 rating heading into Saturday’s race, Exoboom will need to attract at least… Read More »

  • Generation provides James McDonald consolation win

    The disappointment of missing the Cox Plate following the scratching of favourite Zaaki was eased slightly with the win of Generation at The Valley. James Mcdonald spent six days on the Victorian and New South Wales border with fellow jockey Hugh Bowman before making his way the Melbourne on Saturday, primarily to ride Zaaki in the… Read More »

  • Just Folk gives trainer first stakes win

    Bendigo trainer Josh Julius has claimed his most important victory when Just Folk scored an upset win at The Valley. The win of Just Folk in the Group 2 Schweppes Crystal Mile (1600m) on Saturday was the trainer’s first at stakes level. Under the urgings of John Allen, Just Folk ($15) scored… Read More »

  • Mazu triumphant in the Brian Crowley Stakes

    Paul Snowden found himself in a strange predicament after Mazu’s victory in the Listed Brian Crowley Stakes. While happy the hot-tempered three-year-old had put his mind on the job to land a valuable stakes win at Randwick, Snowden was in equal parts frustrated not to be preparing the colt for a… Read More »

  • Babies star all round for Godolphin

    James Cummings had a good excuse for not being trackside at Randwick to watch debutante Ojai take out the opening race. The Godolphin head trainer and his wife Monica welcomed a baby boy, Oliver, on Friday night so while his equine baby was busy winning the Kirkham Plate, his human… Read More »

  • Professional debut win by Semillion at The Valley

    Melbourne Cup winning jockey Jye McNeil has described Semillion a professional after his debut win at The Valley. The Hawkes Racing-trained youngster took out the Inglis Banner (1000m) on Saturday in an effort that had his jockey excited for the future. Jumping smartly and controlling the 1000m scamper for two-year-olds, Semillion ($12) recorded a… Read More »

  • Cox Plate 2021 favourite Zaaki scratched from race

    Cox Plate favourite Zaaki has been scratched from todays $5m event due to an elevated temperature. Zaaki was the $2.80 Cox Plate favourite with Sportsbet prior to the news this morning with Godolphin three-year-old Anamoe now the ruling favourite for the race. Market đź’°: View the Odds for the Cox… Read More »

  • Jonker too fast in the G1 Manikato Stakes

    Sustained speed has landed Queensland visitor Jonker a maiden Group 1 win taking out the Manikato Stakes at The Valley. Urged forward to find the front, Jonker held firm up the The Valley straight to claim Friday’s night’s 1200m sprint. Sent out the $5.50 favourite under Daniel Moor, Jonker held off Bella Nipotina ($7) to score by… Read More »

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