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Horse Racing News

  • Racing in Victoria in a healthy state

    Victorian racing is in a healthy financial position following the release of key results for last season. It comes after two distinct halves, firstly a wet spring and then a drier than expected second half of the year. Racing Victoria announced wagering grew by 8.4 per cent to $6.24 billion,… Read More »

     
  • Houtzen returns with a bang

    Magic Millions Classic winner Houtzen has tuned up for her first visit to Melbourne with an easy barrier trial win at the Gold Coast. As expected she went straight to the lead against a field of three other three-year-olds and strolled home by 3-1/2 lengths in 57.8 seconds for the… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup program still on for Red Cardinal

    Red Cardinal has been displaced as the Melbourne Cup favourite following his fifth in the Prix Kergorlay at Deauville but his owners remain upbeat. Trained in Germany by Andreas Wohler for Australian Bloodstock, the combination successful with Protectionist in the 2014 Cup, Red Cardinal will still head to Australia. He… Read More »

     
  • Lindsay Park to split talent again

    Lindsay Park will again need to separate its vast array of three-year-olds as spring approaches. Already the stable has sent Formality and Eshtiraak to Sydney with the former winning the Group Two Silver Shadow Stakes at Randwick on Saturday. Fillies Catchy and Ploverset kicked off their campaigns with placings at… Read More »

     
  • Plunge horse could jump to stakes company

    Another Sin has already been thrown in the deep end once and held his head high with trainer Brett Cavanough considering an even bigger test for his second start. The three-year-old lived up to his part of the deal to pull off a big betting plunge on debut in a… Read More »

     
  • Garrard to resume at Moonee Valley

    Trainer Trent Busuttin has pinpointed a Moonee Valley fillies race as an ideal opportunity for Garrard to start her spring campaign on a positive note. Busuttin, who trains in partnership with Natalie Young, had nominated Garrard for the Quezette Stakes in Melbourne and Silver Shadow Stakes in Sydney on Saturday… Read More »

     
  • WA star arrives in Melbourne

    Trainer Lindsey Smith is taking no chances with leading Perth horse Scales Of Justice ahead of his Melbourne campaign. With the gelding’s first run still six weeks away, Smith and Scales Of Justice have settled into the stables of Jarrod McLean who combines training his own horses with his job… Read More »

     
  • Apprentices escape serious injury in falls

    Apprentice Jean Van Overmeire has got the all-clear for any fractures after a fall at Kembla Grange. Overmeire, who came off shortly after the start of a race on Saturday, was taken to Wollongong Hospital for scans which cleared him of any fractures. Fellow junior rider Ashleigh Borg has been… Read More »

     
  • Winx shows no signs of a hard run

    It seems Winx had an easier time in the Warwick Stakes than those watching with her trainer saying she has come through the race better than ever. After missing the start by four lengths in Saturday’s Warwick Stakes, Winx showed why she is the world’s best horse on turf when… Read More »

     
  • Wells lands a third Grand National Steeple

    Grand jumper Wells has shown his champion qualities to record a third Grand National Steeplechase victory. The Kathryn Durden-trained gelding won the race in 2014 before injury sidelined him in 2015. He returned to racing in 2016 and ploughed through atrocious conditions to win the Grand National before returning on… Read More »

     
  • Two Hats lands last-stride Houlahan win

    It has been a case of third time lucky for Two Hats in a premier jumps race. Having previously run second in the Brendan Drechsler Hurdle and then the Grand National Hurdle, Two Hats broke through in the J J Houlahan Hurdle at Ballarat on Sunday. In a slogging finish… Read More »

     
  • Moir Stakes an option for Sold For Song

    Toowoomba trainer Kevin Kemp is toying with the idea of the Group One Moir Stakes as a starting point for Sold For Song’s Melbourne campaign. Sold For Song had excuses when fourth in the Tattersall’s Tiara (1400m) at Group One level at Doomben in June. “It was a top run… Read More »

     
  • She Will Reign ready for barrier trial

    Ben Melham will be reunited with Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign when she makes her first public appearance since her Group One triumph. Melham will fly to Sydney to ride the filly in a barrier trial at Warwick Farm on Friday morning with trainer Gary Portelli pleased with She… Read More »

     
  • Tatura hosts Lindsay Park spring hopefuls

    Lindsay Park will take a number of their spring hopefuls to the country track of Tatura for an important set of trials. Caulfield and Melbourne Cups contenders Ventura Storm and Harlem will trial over 1400m on Tuesday while sprinters and middle distance gallopers Redkirk Warrior, Sheidel, Dibiyani and Red Bomber… Read More »