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Horse Racing News

  • Watch: Airman launches to land impressive win

    Prominent owner Rupert Legh appears to have another promising galloper on his hands in two-year-old Airman, who has posted a rousing debut win on the Kensington track. By I Am Invincible out of Zara Bay, a full sister to dual Group 1 winning stallion Merchant Navy, the superbly bred Airman… Read More »

     
  • Country’s Light to shine for Ukrainian trainer

    Ukrainian trainer Tetyana Ferdetska is aiming for just her third ever winner with Country’s Light at Flemington on Saturday in the Mahogany Challenge Final. Tetyana Ferdetska may not be a household name for even the most passionate racing fans, but she’s hoping progressive three-year-old Country’s Light can deliver her third winner… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Bill The Boxer fights off rivals at Sandown

    The Tony and Calvin McEvoy-trained Bill The Boxer has extended his unbeaten stretch to three this campaign with a decisive win at Sandown. The four-year-old son of Foxwedge jumped straight to the front in the Ladbrokes Mates Mode Handicap (1200m) on Wednesday and gave his rivals no chance of running him down. Talented… Read More »

     
  • Longshot Sandown double for Mornington trainers

    The Jason Warren and Dean Krongold stable registered a longshot race-to-race double at Sandown. It had Mornington-based Warren scratching his head trying to remember his last city double after $26 chance Eureka Street won the Tile Importer Handicap (2100m) on Wednesday. That win followed the victory of Seb Song at $17 in… Read More »

     
  • Quinton cautious ahead of Andretti’s return

    There will be few more anxious trainers at Rosehill on Saturday than Ron Quinton as he prepares for the return of richly bred filly De An Andretti. A full sister to the ill-fated Libertini, De An Andretti has been off the scene since she contested the Furious Stakes in September after contracting… Read More »

     
  • No rest for Hugh Bowman this winter

    Champion jockey Hugh Bowman plans to ride through the Sydney winter for the first time in several years as he takes a fresh approach to the upcoming season. Bowman usually takes an extended break during July, traditionally one of the sport’s quieter periods, but this year he will shake things… Read More »

     
  • Verry Elleegant getting close to French debut

    Verry Elleegant is pleasing her trainer Francis-Henri Graffard as she builds towards her European debut. Graffard has pencilled in the Group 1 Prix Rothscild (1600m) at Deauville at the start of August, provided the former Chris Waller-trained mare continues to please her new French trainer. Everything had gone according to plan since Verry Elleegant’s arrival at Graffard’s Chantilly… Read More »

     
  • Trainer Jack Bruce eyes bright future in Queensland

    Just 32 years of age, the well-credentialed Jack Bruce has learnt under some of the biggest names in the game – including Chris Waller and Ciaron Maher – as he now aims to use Brisbane’s north to launch his own training venture. The graduate of the prestigious Godolphin Flying Start program, Bruce… Read More »

     
  • Startantes secures place in $2m The Invitation

    Tatts Tiara winner Startantes has booked her placed in this year’s edition of the $2 million The Invitation, a race in which she participated last year in its inaugural running. Having been issued with an early invitation by Racing New South Wales after her Group 1 win at Eagle Farm… Read More »

     
  • Owner Nick Moraitis loses battle with cancer

    After a lengthy battle with liver cancer, popular owner Nick Moraitis has died, aged 87. Moraitis is best known for his ownership of Hall Of Fame galloper Might And Power, who in a 33-start career registered 15 wins including the Melbourne Cup, the Caulfield Cup and Cox Plate. Might And… Read More »

     
  • Starianne to appreciate distance rise

    The Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young stable has high hopes for two-year-old filly Starianne who is set to progress her racing career at Flemington. Starianne is down to run in the Listed Taj Rossi Series Final (1600m) on Saturday after making her debut with a sound second a Sandown over 1300m earlier this month. The… Read More »

     
  • Le Don De Vie in search of Caloundra Cup

    The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace stable is expected to rely on Le Don De Vie as its sole representative in one of the feature races at the Sunshine Coast. Stablemate Thought Of That has also been entered for the Listed Caloundra Cup (2400m) on Saturday, but Eustace said it was more than… Read More »

     
  • Battleton spearheads Winx Guineas nominations

    Sunshine Coast Turf Club will play host to a thrilling conclusion of the Queensland Winter racing carnival on Saturday with three black-type contests to be run. Headlined by the $300,000 Listed Caloundra Cup (2400m), the final day of the carnival is set to be a ‘cherry on top’ for racing… Read More »

     
  • Setback for Prince Turbo after Strickland Stakes win

    Courageous eight-year-old Prince Turbo could have run his final race after his brave victory in Saturday’s G3 Strickland Stakes (2000m) at Belmont. Trainer Jason Miller said Prince Turbo will be sent for scans, but fears the Vital Equine gelding may have suffered a career-ending third tendon injury. “To put a bit of… Read More »

     
  • Champion stallion Not A Single Doubt dies

    The extraordinary life of one of Australia’s most successful and best-loved stallions has ended with the death of Not A Single Doubt at Arrowfield Stud. The “little engine that could” rose from the lower end of Arrowfield’s roster to sire 16 Group 1 winners among 79 stakeswinners and meet some… Read More »

     
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  • Juan Diva justifies Freedman’s last minute decision

    His name wasn’t in the book, but veteran trainer Brian Smith relished the win of Juan Diva in the Group 3 W J Healy Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday. For trainers Richard and Will Freedman, the win by the five-year-old daughter of Snitzel rubber stamped the value of two… Read More »

     
  • Ammoudi Bay too good in the Battle Of The Bush

    Headline races are just that 
 they grab most of the attention 
 but for the majority of people who don’t get to race in the elite Group 1 company, where it is all glitter and glory, the headline act is a title that can be redefined to fit a… Read More »

     
  • Emily Lang rides five from five at second race day outing

    Which rider, having only her second day of race riding, came out as a 4kg claimer for five rides and brought back five winners? Sounds like a racing trivia quiz question? Well, it might well be in the future 
 which will make it just another reason to remember the… Read More »

     
  • Mazu put on a diet for The Everest

    Everest slot holder Mazu has been plucked out of the spelling paddock early as Peter & Paul Snowden leave no stone unturned in his build up to the $15 million sprint. A rising star of Australian racing, the Doomben 10,000 winner is back at the Snowdens’ Randwick stable where he has been… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 

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