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  • Anton En Avant shocks Group Three field

    Trainer Stephen Lee believes a switch in his training base to the Gold Coast played a role in the shock win of Anton En Avant in the Group Three Chairman’s Handicap (2000m) at Doomben. Anton En Avant sent punters reeling when he charged home at a starting price of $151…. Read More »

  • Kiwi trainer fined over scratchings

    New Zealand trainer Tony Pike has been fined $500 after two of his horses were late scratchings at Doomben. Stewards withdrew Sacred Master from the Listed Members Handicap and Bostonian from the Queensland Day Handicap after a report by integrity staff officers. Chief steward Allan Reardon said the officers found… Read More »

  • Tony Gollan’s luck holds in close finish

    Trainer Tony Gollan had his second piece of luck in the matter of minutes when Sheiswhatsheis scored her first stakes win in the Listed Members Handicap (1600m) at Doomben. Ridden a masterful front-running race by Jeff Lloyd, Sheiswhatsheis ($7) held on to beat Aqua Vite ($4) by a short-half head… Read More »

  • Rock Hard extends win streak at Caulfield

    Trainer Byron Cozamanis says its hard to turn out a horse in winning form. Rock Hard stretched his unbeaten winning sequence to three with victory in Saturday’s Ladbrokes Back Yourself Plate (1100m) at Caulfield. Now the Caulfield-based horseman is a quandary whether to send the two-year-old for a spell or… Read More »

  • Havasay comes from last to win at Doomben

    Stable foreman Trent Edmonds was quick to deflect any credit after former Liam Birchley-trained sprinter Havasay won at Doomben. Havasay ($5.50) charged home from the tail of the field to beat Echo Effect ($6) by 1-1/4 lengths with a head to Exceedingly ($9.50) third in the Swire Shipping Handicap (1110m)…. Read More »

  • Sedanzer wins Scone Cup

    Sedanzer has won the Scone Cup for Gai Waterhouse and training partner Adrian Bott, denying Duca Valentinois back-to-back victories. Waterhouse has won the biggest Cups in Australia but Friday’s success was her first in the Group Three race at the Scone carnival. Ridden by Tim Clark, Sedanzer ($4.60 fav) raced… Read More »

  • Positive approach on agenda for Frolic

    An unusually dry autumn has frustrated trainer Edward O’Rourke’s attempts to get Frolic back to the winner’s circle. The Randwick trainer is desperate for rain so track conditions can finally work in favour of last year’s Golden Slipper runner-up. Since returning as a three-year-old in February after having bone chips… Read More »

  • Cradle Mountain climbs one step at a time

    Trainer Clare Cunningham is no rush to push a bargain basement buy to the top echelon, as Cradle Mountain continues to make his way steadily through the grades. A four-race unbeaten streak can warrant a step up to a stakes race but after one metropolitan win on Anzac Day, Cunningham… Read More »

  • Moss Trip poised for Brisbane trip

    Trainer Peter Snowden is confident Moss Trip is set to thrive among emerging talent at Scone and rubberstamp a Queensland winter carnival campaign. Buoyed by the three-year-old’s first stakes win in the Group Three J H B Carr Stakes (1400m) at Randwick last month, Snowden expects another imposing performance in… Read More »

  • Ben Currie’s stablehand disqualified

    A stablehand employed by trainer Ben Currie has been disqualified for three months on a race day treatment charge with two other inquiries have been adjourned. Cameron Schwenke, who was banned for three months, Ben Currie’s father Mark Currie and stablehand Greg Britnell were to face a resumed inquiry on… Read More »

  • Shoals to miss The Goodwood

    Triple Group One winner Shoals will be sent to the spelling paddock ahead of a preparation aimed at the $13 million Everest. The decision to spell the last-start winner of the Robert Sangster Stakes rules the filly out of Adelaide’s premier sprint, the Group One Goodwood on Saturday week. Trainer… Read More »

  • Glyn Schofield rapt to reunite with Le Romain

    Glyn Schofield has returned from suspension, a back injury and Bali, and is looking forward to reuniting with three-time Group One-winner Le Romain in Brisbane. The senior jockey saluted after his solitary booking at Hawkesbury on Thursday to get his eye in, and after riding at Scone on Friday, heads… Read More »

  • Third attempt for Main Stage in SA Derby

    Training partners Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young are hoping it’s third time lucky for Main Stage in the South Australian Derby. The three-year-old has already finished fifth in two Derbys this season, the Victoria Derby at Flemington and the Australian Derby at Randwick. After a five-week break, Main Stage runs… Read More »

  • Sons Of John makes long-awaited return

    Given the significant role Sons Of John has played in trainer Jason Attard’s career, it is no surprise the gelding has been given ample time to get over a tendon injury. The seven-year-old was the Hawkesbury-based Attard’s first Group One runner in the 2015 Epsom Handicap in which he ran… Read More »

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