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  • Ballarat trainers rally behind Darren Weir’s staff

    Dan O’Sullivan says the Ballarat thoroughbred industry has thrown its support behind staff affected by Darren Weir’s four-year ban. More than 100 workers at Weir’s principal stable face uncertain futures following Weir’s disqualification for possession of three electrical devices. “Everyone has rallied around staff and got behind the communities,” O’Sullivan… Read More »

  • Linda Huddy’s faith in Lucas Cranach pays off

    Owner Linda Huddy’s faith in sire Lucas Cranach continued to be rewarded when Advance Warning won at Ipswich. Huddy and her husband Graham have won some of Australia’s biggest races and will have Pretty Brazen in the $2 million Inglis Millennium at Warwick Farm on Saturday. But Linda Huddy gets… Read More »

  • Former Darren Weir horses to race for new stables

    Four of the numerous high-profile horses who have been transferred from now-disqualified trainer Darren Weir are set to line up in Australia’s first Group One race of the year at Caulfield. Weir was on Wednesday disqualified by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board for four years after not contesting Victorian… Read More »

  • Speedster Super Too poised to bounce back

    A facile barrier trial win might provide the perfect boost to Super Too’s confidence as the speedy mare looks to bounce back from a spring carnival campaign plagued by misfortune. Trainer Marc Conners isn’t getting carried away by the hitout in which Super Too streeted her nearest rival – Group… Read More »

  • Paul Perry in $2 million throw at the stumps

    Dawn Passage and Accession appear to have a stranglehold on the inaugural $2 million Inglis Millennium but if there is to be an upset result, Paul Perry hopes Pandano delivers it. Dawn Passage and Accession were both emphatic last-start winners and the pair dominate betting on the Warwick Farm feature… Read More »

  • Industry chief insist Victorian racing isn’t rotten

    Racing Victoria chief executive Giles Thompson insists Victoria racing isn’t rotten. In spite of a four-year disqualification for Darren Weir, a drawn-out cobalt saga that led to Peter Moody walking away and the Aquanita case, Thompson says integrity levels are a priority for the governing body. “These (cases) have come… Read More »

  • The rise and fall of Darren Weir

    The feel-good story of Darren Weir’s rapid rise from Victorian country trainer to the biggest in Australia has been obliterated by his even swifter fall from grace, A week ago, Weir was getting his horses ready for the autumn carnival in which he would be a major player. On Wednesday… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup winning trainer Darren Weir banned

    Darren Weir has been banned for four years for possession of electric-shock devices, completing a stunning and swift fall from grace for one of Australian racing’s most celebrated figures. A Melbourne Cup-winning trainer, Weir didn’t contest Racing Victoria charges when he appeared before a hastily convened Racing Appeals and Disciplinary… Read More »

  • Shotmaker on trial for Blue Diamond Stakes

    The Mick Price-trained Shotmaker will make a late bid for the Blue Diamond Stakes when the colt races for the first time in one of the Preludes at Caulfield. Price has won the Group One Blue Diamond for two-year-olds twice in the past seven years, first with filly Samaready in… Read More »

  • Sky Boy to miss Doncaster Mile

    Villiers Stakes winner Sky Boy has suffered an injury which rules him out of the Doncaster Mile. The Anthony Cummings-trained four-year-old earned a place in the $3 million Doncaster Mile in April with his win in the Group Two Villiers Stakes in December. Owner Think Big Stud says the gelding… Read More »

  • Darren Weir banned for 4 years

    Trainer Darren Weir has been banned for four years after a hearing into three electrical devices known as jiggers found on his Ballarat property. The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Wednesday confirmed the four-year penalty sought by Racing Victoria stewards. Stewards and officers from Victoria Police’s sports integrity unit… Read More »

  • Quality Field for Group One CF Orr Stakes

    Seven individual Group One winners feature among a full field of 16 for the C F Orr Stakes at Caulfield. Godolphin’s Kementari has barrier two in Saturday’s 1400m weight-for-age race -Australia’s first Group One race for 2019 – while his fellow Group One-winning stablemate Best Of Days has drawn barrier… Read More »

  • KIlcoy Race Club to get $1 million facelift

    The Kilcoy Race Club hopes to take a higher profile on the TAB circuit after the announcement it will receive a near $1 million facelift. The club will receive $553,554 from the Somerset Regional Council and $369,050 from the state government for infrastructure improvements. Funds will manly be spent on… Read More »

  • Urban Ruler prepares for $5m All Star Mile bid

    Urban Ruler will have the first of two Brisbane runs on Saturday before heading south for the $5 million All-Star Mile at Flemington next month. Trained by Chris Munce, Urban Ruler has attracted national attention because he is the leading nomination on votes for the All-Star on March 16. The… Read More »

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