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Horse Racing News

  • Unbeaten Tassie star heads to Melbourne

    Last night the $100,000 3YO Cup over 1200m was taken out by TURK WARRIOR (Outreach – Ehor) at Launceston. Nothing terribly earth-shattering about that other than this Turk Warrior might just be a superstar in the making. Backed into odds-on fav last night, he led all the way to win… Read More »

  • Popular young jockey drowns in Queensland

    Popular young jockey Chris Caserta is feared to have drowned after a late night swim at a Surfers Paradise beach on Wednesday night. According to reports Caserta entered the water with trackwork rider Amy Graham just after 10pm. Passers-by spotted the pair struggling in the surf and were able to… Read More »

  • Frantic search for jockey after late night swim

    Police are frantically searching for jockey Chris Caserta after he failed to return from a late night swim at Surfers Paradise last night. “He was at Surfers Paradise beach last night and went for a swim at 10pm with a trackwork rider, they pulled her out and they can’t find… Read More »

  • David Harrison searchin for second Kingston Town Classic

    David Harrison hopes Searchin’ Roc’s can go close to dethroning budding star and raging favourite Western Empire in Saturday’s Group 1 Drummond Golf-Kingston Town Classic (1800m). Harrison is fully aware of the enormous challenge Western Empire presents to his Kingston Town Classic rivals, but he hasn’t given up all hope of… Read More »

  • Black Caviar gives birth to a filly

    Champion mare Black Caviar has foaled down a filly by champion sire Written Tycoon. One of Black Caviar’s part-owners Pam Hawkes confirmed that the 15-time Group 1 winner had given birth to a bay filly in mid-November and reported both mare and foal are in good health. NBlack Caviar has… Read More »

  • Betting drifter lands debut win at Geelong

    Debutant Swerving has defied a big betting drift to score a fighting at Geelong. The Leon and Troy Corstens-trained filly opened at $2.25 to claim the All Time Pluming Maiden (1100m) before drifting out to run the $3.10 top elect when runners were dispatched. There were a few anxious moments early in the straight as jockey… Read More »

  • First-up pattern points to Mr Mosaic

    Gerald Ryan and Sterling Alexiou will replicate the template they followed with Mr Mosaic in the autumn and send him to the races first-up without an official barrier trial. Such is the horse’s brilliance, his trainers have opted to conserve his energy for race day, rather than waste a run on the… Read More »

  • Derry Grove gets the job Dunn at Warwick Farm

    Bungling the start, debutant three-year old Derry Grove was able to overcome early setbacks to lift late and score in the opener at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. Having showed good early speed in his two lead up trial wins, the son of Star Turn missed the start and needed to be urged… Read More »

  • ‘Bubbly’ Amiche ready for Rosehill test

    She might not reach the heights of her Group One-winning half-sister Duais, but Amiche is showing promise in her own right, as well as a few of the family’s character traits. Older than Duais by a year, the five-year-old will line up for just her eleventh start in the Smithfield RSL… Read More »

  • Gold Coast calling for impressive Pilote

    The Kevin Corstens stable has plans of chasing a bigger prize on the Gold Coast early in the New Year after the win of Pilote at Geelong. The heavily backed Pilote took out the Bet365 Odds Drift Protect Handicap (2200m) on Wednesday in emphatic fashion. Sent out the $1.65 favourite under the guidance of Billy… Read More »

  • John O’Shea approaching summer with spring in his step

    Fresh from a successful spring carnival, trainer John O’Shea is already turning his attention to the next phase with designs on having a major hand in some of the biggest races of the summer. O’Shea is planning to take a young team to the Gold Coast for next month’s Magic… Read More »

  • Matt Cumani with strong Team in the Pakenham Cup

    The Racing Victoria veterinary department will have the final say on whether Future Score takes his place in the Listed Pakenham Cup (2500m) on Saturday. The Matt Cumani-trained stayer was scratched from the Melbourne Cup after presenting with lameness in his off-foreleg. Cumani says Future Score presents with lameness most mornings before being fully warmed… Read More »

  • Tim Clark booked to ride Villiers Stakes favourite

    Ellsberg has come through his Festival Stakes win in top order and will press on to the Group 2 Villiers Stakes where he will chase his first win over a mile. Trainers Gerald Ryan and Sterling Alexiou flagged the summer feature as a likely target after Ellsberg’s comfortable victory at Rosehill on… Read More »

  • Jamie Kah set for riding return

    After missing a potentially lucrative Spring Racing Carnival through suspension, Jamie Kah is set to make her return to race riding. Kah was one of five jockeys suspended for attending an Airbnb party in August which resulted in her being outed for three months. She was then given a further two-month suspension for allegedly… Read More »

  • Ryan Hill transitions from jockey to trainer

    Ryan Hill is set to launch a new chapter in his racing career with his first runner as a trainer at Northam on Thursday. Hill will saddle It’s It’s Just A Gift in the Mane Event CafĂ© Maiden (1300m), a week after announcing his retirement from riding. The former English horseman rode… Read More »

  • Udyta Clarke set to return to the races

    Udyta Clarke, who suffered a life threatening medical issue last November, is set to return to the races for the first time in just over a year. The seventy-four-year-old is hopeful of making the trip to watch La Marita, a mare she previously trained, race at Flemington on December 11…. Read More »

  • David Kelley’s amazing dead-heat feat

    The saying to ‘kill two birds with one stone’ has never encapsulated a horse race more than the feat achieved by Cooma trainer David Kelley and his son Matthew on Friday at Canberra. Kelley’s stablemates Super View ($31) and Lady Animalia ($61) were friendless in the market when lining up in the 1300m maiden… Read More »

  • Mitch Beer’s consistent Dragon to fire in Highway

    Fiorente gelding Wise Dragon has been a very consistent conveyance since joining the Mitch Beer stables only missing the top four once in nine starts, and he feels there’s no better time than now to tackle the riches that the Highway handicap offers. The four-year-old has a win and four… Read More »

  • Maher and Eustace after Pakenham Cup win

    The Ciaron Maher & David Eustace stable is undecided whether last start Cranbourne winner Mankayan will head to the Listed Pakenham Cup. Mankayan was posted the $3.50 favourite with TAB after entries closed for the $300,000 race over 2500m on Saturday. Final acceptances are taken on Wednesday ahead of the barrier draw. Mankayan was successful over 2550m on November 13 in… Read More »


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