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Horse Racing News

  • Blue Diamond winner to race in Hong Kong

    Little Brose, the winner of the Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes, is set to continue his racing career in Hong Kong, as confirmed by his new trainer, David Hayes. The three-year-old colt, a son of Per Incanto, will be transferred to Hong Kong by the end of this year, eyeing… Read More »

  • Zennzella makes late Carnival appearance

    The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace stable is looking forward to the return to the racetrack of Zennzella. Left in the care of Maher and Eustace after being sold on the Gold Coast in the middle of the year, Zennzella resumes in the Group 3 Summoned Stakes (1600m) at Caulfield on Saturday…. Read More »

  • Country Classic contender a family affair

    Country trainer Karen Owen might work with racehorses for a living, but she wasn’t exactly thrilled when daughter Madeline declared her intent to become a jockey. “I must say, we weren’t really happy she wanted to become a jockey but it couldn’t be avoided. She was just so keen,” Karen Owen… Read More »

  • Blinkers to assist Alectrona

    The Tony and Calvin McEvoy stable is banking on a gear change to turn around the fortunes Alectrona who steps up to Stakes company at Caulfield. Alectrona heads to the Listed Twilight Glow Stakes (1400m) on Saturday, a race that Calvin McEvoy concedes is ‘aggressive placement’ by the stable. A maiden winner over… Read More »

  • Craig Williams aims for feature double

    Over a long period of time, jockey Craig Williams has had considerable success in the Royal Blue, Lime Hoops, Hooped Cap of owners Colin and Janice McKenna. Williams will partner a couple of the husband-and-wife part-owned gallopers in two feature races at Caulfield on Saturday, firstly Modown in the Group 2 Sandown Guineas… Read More »

  • Filly Squares up to chase Millions dream

    Race experience can be a telling factor in two-year-olds contests, but David Payne isn’t certain it will be enough for Trafalgar Square to upstage highly touted debutant Storm Boy when they clash at Rosehill. Storm Boy has opened an odds-on favourite for Saturday’s Kia Ora Prague Handicap (1100m) at Rosehill off the… Read More »

  • Distance test for Phearson in Festival Stakes

    Consistent gelding Phearson will be entering unchartered territory when he extends beyond 1400-metres for the first time in the Festival Stakes at Rosehill. However, trainer Brad Widdup is heading to the race with a theory that the extra journey could play into the hands of the horse’s racing style. The Group 2… Read More »

  • Wendy Kelly looking to strike with Maurice filly

    It would be fitting if Wendy Kelly’s next feature win came with a product of Maurice and she will be looking to achieve that feat this Saturday at Caulfield. The Cranbourne trainer will start Mauricio in the $300,000 Group 2 Sandown Guineas (1600m). Kelly was the original trainer of Hitotsu,… Read More »

  • Tulloch Lodge seeking early Christmas joy

    Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott are set to have two runners in the Listed Christmas Cup with the stable favouring running dual-state acceptor Serpentine in Sydney. Serpentine, who has been freshened since finishing down the track in the Melbourne Cup, is also in the Zipping Classic (2400m) but Bott says Military Mission is… Read More »

  • Zennzella set for highly anticipated comeback in Summoned Stakes

    After an extended break, Zennzella is gearing up for a highly anticipated comeback this Saturday in the Group 3 Summoned Stakes at Caulfield. This marks her first race since April, where she competed in the Clare Lindop Stakes at Morphettville. Trained by the duo of Ciaron Maher and David Eustace,… Read More »

  • Tommy a stayer on the rise

    Tommy, a rising star in the staying ranks, wrapped up his extensive racing season with a triumphant win in the 2100m Benchmark 70 at Sandown Lakeside on Wednesday. This victory came as a pleasant turnaround after his less impressive performance at Flemington during Melbourne Cup Week. Co-trainer Calvin McEvoy, who… Read More »

  • Studs circle blueblood sprinter Lofty Strike

    The future of Lofty Strike, a star in Julius Sandhu’s stable, is currently under discussion. Paul Lofitis from Lofty Thoroughbreds, speaking with, mentioned that the four-year-old’s racing career might shift hands if a suitable deal is made. However, recent health reports have ruled out Lofty Strike’s participation in the… Read More »

  • Drop in grade suits South Of Houston

    Trainers Mick Price and Michael Kent Jnr went searching for answers following the disappointing first-up performance of South Of Houston during the Melbourne Cup Carnival. The trainers could find nothing amiss with the mare, so they duly proceeded to Sandown on Wednesday where the mare blitzed her rivals in the Thoroughbred Club Australia Handicap (1200m). Taking advantage… Read More »

  • Gelding procedure pays off for Vomo Island

    Returning for the first time as a gelding, Vomo Island has taken an important step towards fulfilling his potential with a maiden victory at Wyong. Trainers Peter and Paul Snowden have always had a healthy opinion of the three-year-old, who was competitive against the likes of stakes performers Inhibitions, Tannhauser and Celestial Legend as a… Read More »

  • Socks Nation impresses in breakthrough win

    Bart Cummings famously said patience costs nothing and it paid a winning dividend for the connections of Socks Nation at Sandown. The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained filly strolled to an easy win under John Allen in the Ladbrokes Owners Incentive Scheme Plate (1500m) on Wednesday. The Maher and Eustace stable used the… Read More »

  • David Payne gelding can outfox rivals

    David Payne will bid to capitalise on Fox Fighter’s affinity for his home track when he starts the consistent sprinter in the Listed Starlight Stakes at Rosehill. The five-year-old has raced at the circuit seven times for six top-three finishes, including a brace of wins. It is a statistic that isn’t… Read More »

  • Gig’s Lass to run for Shawn Mathrick

    Shawn Mathrick will be forgiven for feeling a little nostalgic when Regimental Lass carries his colours in Saturday’s $175,000 Listed Merson Cooper Stakes at Caulfield. They are the same colours Regimental Lass’s dam, Gig, carried for the second half of her racing career. Regimental Lass is the first of Gig’s… Read More »

  • Modown to keep home fires burning

    Pakenham-based trainer Charlotte Littlefield has not had many opportunities of success in ‘Black Type’ races and will miss her latest attempt at Caulfield. A planned trip back to England, booked six months ago, means Littlefield will miss out on seeing Modown line up in the Group 2 Sandown Guineas (1600m) on Saturday. Littlefield has saddled… Read More »

  • Gong winner locked in for Ingham

    The lucrative prizemoney purse for The Ingham has swayed connections of Detonator Jack to keep him in Sydney for the $2 million summer centrepiece. A brilliant winner of The Gong at Kembla Grange last Saturday, Detonator Jack was being considered for a start for the $500,000 Ballarat Cup (2000m) as several… Read More »

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