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Horse Racing News

  • Astley’s win sure to create sale interest

    Lot No.54 at the upcoming Inglis Thoroughbred Sale has assured himself a new home. The Godolphin-owned Astley broke through for his maiden win in the Hyland Race Colours Plate at Sandown on Wednesday and is listed for auction in Melbourne on Friday. David Charles, Melbourne foreman John O’Shea, said Astley… Read More »

     
  • Sebring Express heading for Inglis Nursery

    While Gary Portelli’s trip to Hong Kong is already a dream come true, his week has got even better with promising two-year-old Sebring Express stamping her credentials for the Inglis Nursery. The filly scored an impressive victory at Wyong prompting Portelli, who is in Hong Kong with Rebel Dane ahead… Read More »

     
  • Barrier a plus for Most Exalted: Cummings

    While Most Exalted only has one win to his name, there was more than met the eye to the midweek maiden where he broke his duck. That’s the view of trainer James Cummings as he seeks a second victory with the horse in Saturday’s Pluck@Vinery Handicap (1500m) at Rosehill. The… Read More »

     
  • French Jet proves Sears correct

    Trainer Tony Sears’ decision to avoid top three-year-old Winning Rupert with French Jet has proved a winning one. Sears had accepted with French Jet for a $100,000 three-year-old race at Eagle Farm last Saturday but scratched him to run at Ipswich on Wednesday. French Jet ($3.30) overcame being caught deep… Read More »

     
  • King’s Command chasing back-to-back wins

    King’s Command will be on trial for a crack at the Group Three Standish Handicap when he steps out on his home track at Flemington after an encouraging return to racing. The Leon and Troy Corstens-trained King’s Command won at Moonee Valley on November 26 and stays in the same… Read More »

     
  • Oscietra to contest Flemington jump-out

    The group of owners who enjoyed the ride of a lifetime racing the undefeated Black Caviar will gather at Flemington to watch the champion’s first foal begin the next phase of the journey. Black Caviar won 25 times, including 15 Group Ones, and the group who raced her have retained… Read More »

     
  • Late Brisbane start for the Snowdens

    Sydney’s Snowden training partnership will make a late start to its Queensland summer campaign but with strong hands in two stakes races at Eagle Farm. The Peter and Paul Snowden father and son team has been a major player in the Brisbane summers in recent years with their biggest Queensland… Read More »

     
  • All Too Huiying after Happy Sydney debut

    A month after the curtain was drawn on Happy Trails’ career, his two-year-old sibling can enhance the family’s legacy on debut at Rosehill. While trainer Gary Moore will be in Hong Kong overseeing Takedown ahead of Sunday’s International Sprint at Sha Tin, he may have cause for celebration a day… Read More »

     
  • Barry O’Farrell new Racing Australia CEO

    Former NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell has been announced as Racing Australia’s new chief executive. O’Farrell will take over from Peter McGauran, a former minister in the Howard government, who is leaving after almost five years at the helm of racing. McGauran has overseen a raft of changes in the industry… Read More »

     
  • Azkadellia ownership investigation goes on

    Racing Victoria stewards continue to work through the ownership bona fides of Group One winning mare Azkadellia who could be stripped of race wins and prize money. RV chief steward Terry Bailey says he hopes to have the investigation wound up before Christmas. “We’ve had to interview a number of… Read More »

     
  • Brian Cox fails to get stay of proceedings

    Brian Cox’s lengthy ban begins immediately after the Wodonga trainer failed in his application for a stay of proceedings pending an appeal against steroid charges. Cox was banned for a total of 3-1/2 years on by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board last week. He has applied to the Victorian… Read More »

     
  • In-form Brown Ben to make Melbourne debut

    Brown Ben will be racing in a new environment when he makes his Melbourne debut but trainer Tony McEvoy is hoping the result is the same as the gelding’s recent races. Four-year-old Brown Ben has put together three straight wins in Adelaide and is set to face a fresh challenge… Read More »

     
  • Takedown thriving after trip to Hong Kong

    With memories of his successes on Hong Kong’s racetracks flooding back, Gary Moore’s thoughts have turned to hulking sprinter Takedown winning one of the world’s most famous sprint races. Now based in Sydney, Moore has returned to Hong Kong for Sunday’s Group One International Sprint (1200m) at Sha Tin with… Read More »

     
  • Two Gold Coast options for Murt The Flirt

    Murt The Flirt is being readied for another crack at a rich Magic Millions race, but trainer Brendan McCarthy is yet to decide which Gold Coast race he will target. The gelding finished fifth in the 2015 Magic Millions 3YO Guineas and fourth in the Magic Millions Cup in January… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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