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Horse Racing News

  • Underweight placegetter disqualified

    Apprentice Michael Poy is the latest apprentice to weigh in light causing his mount to be disqualified after running a place. Poy’s mount Dame Vassa carried in excess of a half-kilogram less than her allotted weight when second in a benchmark 58 class race at Hamilton on Tuesday. Under the… Read More »

  • Terry/Karina O’Sullivan appeal cobalt bans

    Father and daughter training partners Terry and Karina O’Sullivan have lodged an appeal against their cobalt convictions. The O’Sullivans were last week hit with a disqualification until 2020 after the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board found them guilty of administering or causing to be administered a prohibited substance. They had… Read More »

  • Pakenham Cup in the sights of NZ stayer

    New Zealand trainer Craig Phelan has come to Victoria with a plan he hopes culminates in Pakenham Cup success. Our Big Mike lines up in Saturday’s race having his first try at 2500m with Noel Callow replacing Michael Dee in the saddle. The gelding worked his way up the ladder… Read More »

  • Popular grey Albumin primed for return

    Striking grey Albumin stands out because of his colour and his trainer hopes he will also be conspicuous when he returns at Rosehill. The four-year-old won three of his four starts last campaign and Gerald Ryan is pleased with how he has come back ahead of a summer preparation. Among… Read More »

  • Apprentice injured in trackwork fall

    Victorian apprentice jockey Jack Martin has injured his shoulder after suffering a fall in a trackwork gallop at Mornington on Tuesday. Jack Martin was transferred toΒ Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital with concussion and complaining of a sore shoulder although scans showed no fracture. Martin was sidelined for several months in the latter… Read More »

  • No Magic Millions for Viddora

    Group one winning mare Viddora will not head to Queensland early in the new year to defend her Magic Millions crown. After a disappointing finish in Saturday’s Winterbottom Stakes in Perth, connections have opted to spell the star mare ruling out any chance she will race at the Gold Coast… Read More »

  • Alexandria aiming for Sandown victory

    Trainer Pat Carey has high hopes for Alexandria who will continue her race day education against her own age and sex at Sandown. Alexandria scored an impressive debut victory at Bendigo last month and will line up for her second start in Wednesday’s Ladbrokes Handicap (1600m). It’s the same distance… Read More »

  • Eagle Farm passes first serious test

    The new Eagle Farm racing surface has passed its first major test with horses galloping on the course proper. Eagle Farm, the state’s major track, has been out of operation for most of the past four years because of problems during its redevelopment. A new base and grass were laid… Read More »

  • Field of 15 for G1 Kingston Town Classic

    Damien Oliver has been booked to ride Trap For Fools in the Kingston Town Classic in Perth and will jump aboard the last-start Mackinnon Stakes winner in a track gallop before the Group One race. Trainer Jarrod McLean has confirmed Oliver’s booking for Trap For Fools after several other names… Read More »

  • Comin’ Through to represent Australia in HK

    Sydney trainer Chris Waller has made a lightning trip to Hong Kong to check on Comin’ Through ahead of the Group One winner’s bid to topple local star Beauty Generation in the International Mile. Runner-up in the Doncaster Mile before his success in the Doomben Cup (2000m), Comin’ Through is… Read More »

  • Race named for retiring trainer Bill Prain

    Retiring trainer Bill Prain’s 50-year career in racing is to be celebrated at the midweek meeting at Warwick Farm, his home track. Prain announced his retirement last week with his major supporter, Fred Peisah scaling back his racing and breeding business at Lomar Park Stud. The Australian Turf Club has… Read More »

  • Single Bullet ready to fire at Rosehill

    Since he won a Group Three race as a two-year-old, Single Bullet’s career has been a case of near misses and a couple of disappointments. But his return to the winners’ circle at Randwick in October has renewed trainer Gary Portelli’s faith in the sprinter heading to Saturday’s 1100m-Benchmark 88… Read More »

  • Swacadelic on track for Pakenham Cup tilt

    Four of the first five horses home in the recent Ballarat Cup are among the nominations for another of Victoria’s country features at Pakenham. Saturday’s $300,000 Listed Pakenham Cup (2500m) has attracted 22 entries headlined by Ballarat Cup winner Kiwia and Geelong Cup winner Runaway. Zipping Classic runner-up Dal Harraild… Read More »

  • Trainer Tony Gollan looking to the future

    Tony Gollan has revealed plans to further modernise his operation as he prepares to continue his domination of the summer carnival. Gollan has already trained the winners of three stakes races and three other feature events this summer carnival. After a relatively slow start to the season he leads the… Read More »

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