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  • Vega One ends summer campaign on a high

    Tony Gollan has never won a Stradbroke but believes Vega One can break his drought after the gelding’s victory in the Magic Millions Cup at the Gold Coast. Ridden by Michael Rodd, Vega One, the $3.30 favourite, defeated Redouble ($18) by a half length, denying the runner-up back-to-back wins in… Read More »

  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – January 11th Edition

    This racing week was all about the Gold Coast and Magic Millions, with big names both on and off the track highlighting the week that was. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Invincibella Completes Hat Trick Invincibella is… Read More »

  • Away Game blitzes rivals in Magic Millions Classic

    Co-trainer Ciaron Maher struggled to think of a more satisfying win in his career after Away Game won the Magic Millions 2YO Classic. All week Maher, who co-trains with David Eustace, had been predicting Away Game was ready to fire on the big stage but his claims were ignored by… Read More »

  • Star sprinter could have run his last race in Australia

    Classique Legend appears to have run his last race in Australia with trainer Les Bridge all but resigned to losing the horse to Hong Kong. Bridge revealed at Randwick on Saturday that Classique Legend had not returned to his stable and while the international transfer had yet to be confirmed,… Read More »

  • Tom Marquand makes most of Sydney opportunity

    The absence of Sydney’s top jockeys has paved the way for emerging Englishman Tom Marquand to play a starring role at Randwick, booting home a double for the man who lured him back to Australia. Trainer John O’Shea is an unabashed fan of the young rider and convinced him to… Read More »

  • Invincibella writes her name into Magic Millions history

    Tough mare Invincibella sailed past $3 million in prize money and wrote her name into Magic Millions history at the Gold Coast. Invincibella ($6) made it three wins in a row the $1 million Magic Millions Fillies and Mares (1300m) when she beat Irithea ($4.60) by three-quarters of a length…. Read More »

  • Apprentice Cejay Graham lands first metro win at Randwick

    Cejay Graham did not always plan to follow the same career path as her father, jockey Peter, but she was glad she changed her mind after celebrating her first Saturday metropolitan win at Randwick. The 21-year-old, who is indentured to Peter and Paul Snowden, rode a well-judged race to lead… Read More »

  • Blazejowski returns with Flemington win

    Blazejowski has made a promising start to his campaign with a narrow win at Flemington which has trainer Greg Eurell looking to raise the bar with the progressive gelding. Making his first appearance since running a close second at the same track in a heat of the Winter Championship Series… Read More »

  • Luvaluva set to target New Zealand G1

    Rejuvenated mare Luvaluva will be given a Group One opportunity across the Tasman after landing back-to-back stakes wins with a classy performance in the January Cup. In a race that did not go to plan, Luvaluva was flushed out into a three-wide position when the speed slowed but rather than… Read More »

  • Madam Rouge too fast in Magic Millions Snippets

    As he so often does, Chris Waller pulled the right rein when Madam Rouge scored a narrow win in the Magic Millions Snippets (1200m) at the Gold Coast. Waller was considering starting Madam Rouge in the Magic Millions Fillies and Mares (1300m) before opting to run her in the Snippets…. Read More »

  • Oil tanker crash causes Magic Millions delay

    Magic Millions day on the Gold Coast was thrown into chaos when a motor accident closed the main highway between Brisbane and the Gold Coast. An oil tanker overturned at the southern end of the M1, closing both lanes of the highway. Stewards elected to move the meeting back one… Read More »

  • Magic Millions races could be delayed due to crash

    A crash on the M1 could see the two feature Magic Millions races delayed with multiple horses involved in the delays. Stewards are contemplating delaying the running of the Magic Millions Guineas and the Magic Millions Classic with key horses caught up in traffic following a oil truck rolling on… Read More »

  • Primitivo shows who is boss at the Gold Coast

    Champion jockey Glen Boss continued his outstanding form in big races when he picked up the late ride on Primitivo at the Gold Coast. James McDonald was to ride Primitivo but when he failed to make the weight, Boss stepped up for the ride in the $1 million Magic Millions… Read More »

  • Rubisaki shows her class at Flemington

    Talented filly Rubisaki has continued to build on an already promising record, making it back-to-back city wins this preparation. Trained by Patick Payne and ridden by in-form Jye McNeil, Rubisaki was sent out the $2.15 favourite in Saturday’s The Roof Garden Handicap (1400m) at Flemington and was able to show… Read More »

  • Magic Millions horses caught in traffic following crash

    Horses including the odds on Magic Millions Guineas favourite Alligator Blood are among those caught in traffic on their way to the Gold Coast racecourse following a truck crash on the M1. Traffic is at a stand still on the M1 which is used by many trainers heading to the… Read More »

  • Etana back in form with Magic Millions Quality win

    It’s the middle of summer but co-trainer Ciaron Maher is already thinking of the winter with Etana after she won the Magic Millions Quality. Etana ($3.90), bounced back from a costly defeat at the Gold Coast a week earlier when she defeated Reckless Choice, the $3.50 favourite, by 2-1/2 lengths,… Read More »

  • Part-time teacher plans Country Championships Assault

    Part-time teacher Danielle Seib looks to have a genuine Country Championships contender on her hands in Assault’N’Bathory who has surprised the trainer with a first-up win at Randwick. Seib, who combines high school teaching with training a small team of horses at Goulburn, expected the six-year-old to improve from the… Read More »

  • He’ll Haunt Us completes long-range plan

    Melbourne gelding He’ll Haunt Us completed a long-range plan when he won the $250,000 Magic Millions Maiden at the Gold Coast. He’ll Haunt Us ($5.50) was suited by a fast early pace before storming home to beat Hulk ($7) by a half length with another half to Playthefield ($51) in… Read More »

  • Splintex to be set on a G1 Autumn campaign

    Apprentice Robbie Dolan did his homework and nutted out a plan aboard Splintex, implementing it to perfection to get the sprinter back in the winner’s circle at Randwick. And such is his opinion of the colt, he hopes the horse can take him all the way to a Group One… Read More »

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