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Horse Racing News

  • Trainer cleared of race-day treatment charges

    Trainer David Brideoake has been found not guilty of race-day treatment charges by NSW stewards. Brideoake was told on Tuesday from stewards that he was found not guilty of the charges stemming from the late scratching of his filly Princess Jenni from the Adrian Knox Stakes. Princess Jenni is likely… Read More »

  • Distance rise to suit Shoals’ sister

    As a well-bred sister to multiple Group One winner Shoals, Tides is already a valuable filly. The lightly raced three-year-old will be out to enhance her own racetrack resume on Wednesday when she chases a first city win at Sandown. The Anthony Freedman-trained Tides won a Bendigo maiden first-up this… Read More »

  • Blazejowski to chase fourth-straight win

    In-form Blazejowski will be out to continue an unbeaten preparation at Flemington in a race that will be telling as to whether he presses on to the Winter Championship Series Final. Blazejowski made it three wins from as many starts this campaign when he graduated to open company with victory… Read More »

  • Jason Warren yet to decide on plans for Bel Sonic

    Trainer Jason Warren will wait until later in the week before deciding on the immediate plans for last-start winner Bel Sonic. Bel Sonic is among nominations for an 1100 handicap at Flemington on Saturday and also the Winter Dash (1200m) at Randwick, with Warren yet to decide whether the sprinter… Read More »

  • Our Libretto to run in Tattersall’s Cup

    Victorian-trained mare Our Libretto is yet to net a win on her interstate travels but will get another chance when she steps out in the Tattersall’s Cup at Eagle Farm. The Grahame Begg-trained mare finished fifth in the Group Two Brisbane Cup (2400m) at her most recent of three Queensland… Read More »

  • Santa Ana Lane to start build-up to The Everest

    Star sprinter Santa Ana Lane’s build-up to another crack at The Everest is about to begin, with connections looking to make amends for his unplaced run in the rich race last year. The multiple Group One-winner was dominant winning the Group One TJ Smith Stakes (1200m) in April at Randwick… Read More »

  • Princess Posh ready for Tatt’s Tiara

    Princess Posh has done well since her late scratching from the Stradbroke Handicap and is ready for a crack at Group One company in the Tatt’s Tiara. The Kris Lees-trained mare was considered a top lightweight hope in the Stradbroke after her second to The Bostonian in the Group One… Read More »

  • Jarrod McLean’s ‘jigger’ hearing adjourned

    The hearing of Victorian trainer Jarrod McLean’s racing charges for possessing a banned electric-shock device has been adjourned until September. McLean, who was disqualified trainer Darren Weir’s assistant, faced the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board in Melbourne on Monday. But his barrister Patrick Wheelahan immediately said he wanted the case… Read More »

  • Houtzen has 11 rivals in King’s Stand Stakes

    Australian mare Houtzen will start from barrier 11 of 12 in her bid for Royal Ascot glory in the King’s Stand Stakes. Race favourite Battaash has drawn alongside her in the outside gate for the straight track 1000m-sprint on Tuesday (Wednesday AEST) the opening day of the meeting. Last year’s… Read More »

  • Sampson to back up in Tattersall’s Cup

    New Zealand stayer Sampson will back up from his Ipswich Cup second into the Group Three Tattersall’s Cup at Eagle Farm. Trained by Howie Matthews, the nine-year-old toughed it out to run 1-1/4 lengths behind Bergerac in Saturday’s Listed Ipswich Cup (2150m). Matthews believes the effort will top him off… Read More »

  • Smartypy on a Ramornie Handicap mission

    There were few tougher jockeys than Chris Munce and he has shown as a trainer he is still made of stern stuff. Munce was kicked by a yearling on Saturday morning but was at Ipswich where he had six runners including winner Smartypy and stakes placed Skate to Paris. “One… Read More »

  • Mystic Journey set to begin Cox Plate campaign

    Star filly Mystic Journey is ticking along nicely as the countdown continues to her return to the races for a campaign aimed at the Cox Plate. The Australian Guineas and All-Star Mile winner has been back in work in Tasmania for almost seven weeks, with trainer Adam Trinder planning to… Read More »

  • Mark Newnham to rely on youth in spring

    Mark Newnham’s stellar run of late-season success with his two-year-olds has prompted the emerging trainer to make serious spring carnival plans for his young team. A long-time deputy to Gai Waterhouse, Newnham only took up training in his own right three years ago and has already celebrated Group One wins… Read More »

  • Jarrod McLean faces hearing over ‘jigger’ charge

    Victorian trainer Jarrod McLean is expected to fight racing charges for possessing a banned electric-shock device, found during the police raids that led to top trainer Darren Weir’s disqualification. McLean, who was Weir’s assistant and ran his stable at Warrnambool, will front a Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board hearing in… Read More »

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