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  • Gingernuts to undergo scans on injured leg

    The future of injured New Zealand gelding Gingernuts will become clearer after he undergoes a CT scan. The four-year- old fractured a near front pastern as he was cantering to the start of Saturday’s Emirates Stakes at Flemington. Michael Dee jumped off quickly and veterinary staff were on the scene… Read More »

     
  • Godolphin calls time on Qewy’s career

    A three-time winner on Australian soil, European stayer Qewy has been retired. Godolphin trainer Charlie Appleby made the call after the eight-year-old finished sixth behind Vengeur Masque in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2600m) at Flemington on Saturday. Qewy won the Geelong and Sandown Cups in 2016 and finished fourth in… Read More »

     
  • Jockey Jeff Felix released from hospital

    North Queensland jockey Jeff Felix has been released from hospital, a week after suffering serious injuries in a fall at Home Hill. Felix, 45, suffered numerous injuries including a fractured skill and ruptured spleen when he fell from Mytang shortly after the start of a race last Saturday. Felix spent… Read More »

     
  • McEvoy, Melham among Flemington casualties

    Kerrin McEvoy and Ben Melham will be free to resume riding on Zipping Classic day at Sandown despite incurring Flemington suspensions. Fellow jockeys Dwayne Dunn and Katelyn Mallyon have not been so fortunate. McEvoy was suspended for eight meetings for careless riding on Mr So And So but his penalty… Read More »

     
  • Gingernuts to undergo surgery

    Gingernuts will undergo surgery on his near foreleg following his scratching from the Group One Emirates Stakes at Flemington. A Racing Victoria stewards statement said Gingernuts had been diagnosed with a non-life threatening fractured pastern and the New Zealand star will have an operation on Monday. The winner of this… Read More »

     
  • Levi Kavanagh in stakes win at Flemington

    Young Flemington trainer Levi Kavanagh has scored a breakthrough stakes race success in the final race of the Melbourne Cup carnival at Flemington. Following on from a Stawell maiden victory on debut, Kentucky Breeze graduated to town on Saturday taking out the Listed Emirates Airlines Stakes. Ridden by Melbourne Cup-winning… Read More »

     
  • Tiger’s Tale of perseverance in Highways

    Tiger By The Tale is living proof that if first you don’t succeed, try again – even if it takes two years. The six-year-old gelding has competed in 16 Highway Handicaps – or more than half of his 30 starts since the series was introduced in October, 2015. But on… Read More »

     
  • Tosen Stardom shows his class in Emirates

    Darren Weir admits he was concerned Australian racing might never bring out the obvious potential in Tosen Stardom. But the Japanese import showed his true colours with a explosive late surge to claim victory in the Group One Emirates Stakes (2000m) at Flemington on Saturday. “I was worried we wouldn’t… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup carnival crowd better than expected

    The decline in crowd numbers at this year’s Melbourne Cup carnival has not been as bad as expected amid ongoing construction work. More than 310,000 people have been trackside at Flemington Racecourse over the four race meetings, compared to almost 319,000 last year. A rise in numbers on Oaks day… Read More »

     
  • Gingernuts taken to vet clinic

    New Zealand star galloper Gingernuts has suffered what appears to be a cannon bone injury prior to the running of today’s Emirates Stakes. Gingernuts hurt himself on the way to the barriers prior to the running of the $2m Emirates Stakes at Flemington where he was the heavily backed second… Read More »

     
  • Daniel Moor suspended for whip rule breach

    Daniel Moor has been suspended for his overuse of the whip after his mount was narrowly beaten at Rosehill. Moor was found guilty of striking Lycurgus 14 times before the 100m – nine more than he is allowed. The Victorian jockey will start his suspension on Wednesday and he will… Read More »

     
  • Frespanol set for big Queensland summer

    Consistent galloper Frespanol’s win on Saturday showed his new lease on life would make him a genuine hope in the Brisbane summer stakes races. Frespanol ($6) appreciated a fast pace to storm home and beat Privlaka ($7) by a long neck with stayer Morendi ($41) a fast finishing third another… Read More »

     
  • Redzel wins the $1 million Darley Classic

    Redzel has re-affirmed his standing as the pin-up sprinter of Australian racing with victory in the $1 million Darley Classic at Flemington. The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained gelding beat Australia’s sharpest horses in The Everest last month and backed it up on another big stage on Saturday. Redzel led on… Read More »

     
  • Tosen Stardom wins the G1 Emirates Stakes

    Darren Weir admits he was concerned Australian racing might never bring out the obvious potential in Tosen Stardom. But the Japanese import showed his true colours with a explosive late surge to claim victory in the Group One Emirates Stakes (2000m) at Flemington on Saturday. “I was worried we wouldn’t… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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