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Horse Racing News

  • Small share in Zoustar sells for a whopping $1.3 million

    A 1.6 per cent share in superstar stallion Zoustar has fetched a staggering $1.3 million in an Inglis Digital online sale that concluded on Wednesday afternoon. Offered by part-owners Qatar Bloodstock, the share was snapped up by Bangaloe Stud in a hotly contested auction. Zoustar, who commands a fee of… Read More »

  • Watch đź“ş Team Snowden unearths talented pair of bluebloods

    It might have been an early-winter meeting, but imperially bred filly I Found You was giving co-trainer Peter Snowden Yuletide vibes with her dominant debut win on Randwick’s Kensington track. A $1.3 million yearling, I Found You is a daughter of super sire I Am Invincible out of Listen Here, making her… Read More »

  • Small stable to kick off Maximillius at Sandown

    Kyneton trainer Michael Jones is searching for his first city win as a trainer and is banking on Inglis Digital purchase Maximillius being that success. Whether it is in the Handicap (1000m) at Sandown on Saturday, or in another start or two, Jones is unsure, but Maximillius has shown his new… Read More »

  • Bayliss and Lindsay Park out to Shock in Stradbroke Handicap

    Lindsay Park has turned back the clock in their bid to win a feature handicap during the Brisbane Winter Carnival by joining forces with Regan Bayliss. Bayliss will ride the Ben, Will and J D Hayes-trained Here To Shock in the Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap (1400m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday…. Read More »

  • Ladbrokes sponsorship gives Geelong Racing Club a boost

    The Geelong Racing Club (GRC) has secured a new sponsorship deal with Ladbrokes, a major boost for the club’s feature races. “Our key feature days, the Ladbrokes Geelong Cup and Ladbrokes Coastal Classic on Super Saturday will undoubtedly reach new heights under this partnership,” said GRC CEO Luke Rayner. The… Read More »

  • Neasham out to cause Mighty upset in Stradbroke Handicap

    Trainer Annabel Neasham has a strong hand across the Stradbroke Day card at Eagle Farm, but her main focus in the Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap could be the import Mighty Ulysses. “He’s a hard horse to be confident with,” Neasham admitted, “but he was very good winning here over the… Read More »

  • Reinvigorated Alegron to target Brisbane Cup

    In today’s market, a $40,000 purchase doesn’t usually yield much, but for Alegron’s new owners, it could be a game-changer. The five-year-old enters Saturday’s $400,000 Group 2 Brisbane Cup (3200m) with renewed hope after breaking his losing streak under trainer Bjorn Baker’s guidance. Previously adorned in Godolphin blue, Alegron’s resume… Read More »

  • Forgotten King edging to a return

    Dual Listed race winner All The King’s Men is a strong chance to return for the upcoming spring and summer carnival, according to trainer Trevor Andrews. The five-year-old won last year’s WA Breeders Stakes (1400m) and Lex Piper Stakes (1600m) at Pinjarra and Ascot respectively and has spent almost 12… Read More »

  • Gelding to bring out best in Earlswood

    Maddie Raymond is banking on a gelding operation producing the best from Earlswood. The UK-bred galloper arrived in Australia in late 2021 and immediately made an impact, taking out the Group 3 Carlyon Cup (1600m) at Caulfield in February 2022. In eight starts since, Earlswood has not troubled the scorers with… Read More »

  • Kosciuszko aim for Elson Boy?

    Elson Boy is in a rich vein of form of late, winning his fifth race in a row last start at Scone on their feature Saturday meeting and trainer Dar Lunn is keen to see what heights the gelding can reach in the Spring. Bought for just $6000, Elson Boy took a… Read More »

  • Barbaric Lad to test his spring hopes

    A slightly smaller field along with a middle barrier draw is expected to suit the Anthony and S Freedman-trained Barbaric Lad in his first Group 1 assignment. Sam Freedman has plenty of time for the colt by Brutal who will be having his first attempt at 1600m when he runs in the… Read More »

  • Begg optimistic Magic Time can bounce back in Stradbroke Handicap

    Magic Time’s misfortune in the Kingsford Smith Cup hasn’t dampened trainer Grahame Begg’s optimism for the Stradbroke Handicap this Saturday. Recalling the hurdles, Begg explained to, “We think the horse outside of her started abruptly, got on the outside of her plate, and buckled it really badly.” Despite setbacks,… Read More »

  • Jaylah Kennedy outrides country claim

    One of the rising stars of the Victorian ranks reached another milestone at Mornington on Monday with Jaylah Kennedy notching her 80th winner and outriding her 3kg claim at country meetings. The win came aboard the Tony & Calvin McEvoy trained filly Bossy Nic, winner of the Group 3 Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes… Read More »

  • Amenable set for Stradbroke Handicap

    Mick Price and Michael Kent Jnr will be aiming for more Queensland Group One success when Amenable lines up in the Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap (1400m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday. The training duo will be hard to top for performance of the carnival as Warmonger won the Group 1 Queensland Derby… Read More »

  • Top Australian jockeys secure Hong Kong licenses

    Top Australian jockeys Zac Purton, Hugh Bowman, and Brenton Avdulla are set to make waves in Hong Kong’s racing scene, having secured licenses from the prestigious Hong Kong Jockey Club for the upcoming 2024/25 season. Purton, a seasoned Sha Tin regular since 2007, eyes his seventh premiership, showcasing his enduring… Read More »

  • Stradbroke Handicap mount reward for hard work

    Jockey Will Price has been rewarded for his work with the Peter Moody and Katherine Coleman stable by picking up the ride aboard Roll On High in the Stradbroke Handicap. Roll On High earned a start in the Group 1 contest over 1400m at Eagle Farm on Saturday after taking out the Group 3… Read More »

  • Change of plans for Team Snowden’s Huetor

    The Q22 wasn’t originally on the winter carnival program for Huetor, but the dual group 1 winner has responded so well to a short freshen-up that co-trainer Peter Snowden has had a change of heart. Snowden planned to bypass the Q22 (2200m) this year given Huetor had finished unplaced in the… Read More »

  • Maher filly knocks their Socks off in Queensland Oaks

    Ciaron Maher and Ryan Maloney have combined to orchestrate a major upset in the Queensland Oaks, winning it with one of the rank outsiders of the Group One field. Starting at $101, Socks Nation stalked the speed before hitting the front at the top of the straight then raising another effort to beat… Read More »

  • Alysha Collett lifts Mnementh to Randwick feature

    Three weeks ago, Mitchell Beer feared the racing career of Mnementh might be over. Instead, the tenacious gelding has delivered the young trainer his first stakes win since his relocation to Kembla Grange last year. Beer had high hopes for the sprinter in the Luskin Star Stakes at Scone last start but… Read More »

  • Virtuous Circle breaks long drought

    Trainer Liam Howley says criticism of the time between wins for Virtuous Circle is unjustified after the gelding returned to winning form at Flemington. Virtuous Circle registered his first win in more than 650 days when taking out the RDA Daylesford Lesley Hewitt Trophy (2000m) on Saturday. The four-year-old last tasted success… Read More »

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