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Horse Racing News

  • Katie Walsh chasing Grand National

    Irish jumps jockey Katie Walsh will be out to emulate her brother Ruby with victory in the Grand National Steeplechase at Ballarat. Walsh, who has arrived in Australia, will ride the Patrick Ryan-trained I’ll’ava’alf in Sunday’s race won last year by her brother on Bashboy. She will also captain an… Read More »

     
  • Winx has final work before Warwick Stakes 2016

    Winx has final work before Warwick Stakes 2016

    Australia’s best racehorse Winx has had her final hit-out before she begins her spring campaign in the Warwick Stakes. Winx breezed up the Rosehill straight on Thursday morning with regular jockey Hugh Bowman keeping her under a tight hold. The five-year-old mare will be aiming for her 10th straight victory… Read More »

     
  • Glyn Schofield cops careless riding ban

    Glyn Schofield cops careless riding ban

    A careless riding suspension has cost jockey Glyn Schofield the ride on Group One aspirant Good Standing in the Run To The Rose. Schofield was suspended for four meetings for allowing his mount Think Aloud to shift in Oh So Assertive in a race at Canterbury on Wednesday. It is… Read More »

     
  • Suspension sours Bolozhinskyi’s Sydney win

    Country apprentice Vad Bolozhinskyi has had a bittersweet day, riding his first winner on a Sydney track only to be handed a three-meeting careless riding suspension. Bolozhinskyi guided It’s A Shamozzle to victory in the More Than Just Winning Handicap (1550m), his only ride at Canterbury on Wednesday. But the… Read More »

     
  • Solar Burst appreciates Doomben

    Toowoomba trainer Tony Sears’ confidence in his ability as a judge of racehorses was restored with former Victorian mare Solar Burst’s win at Doomben. Solar Burst ($9) came from last at the 600m to swamp the field in Wednesday’s Veuve Society Hcp (1650m) and again showed that some horses are… Read More »

     
  • Warrnambool on standy for National meeting

    Warrnambool is on standby to host the Grand National Steeplechase if more wet weather hits Ballarat. Racing Victoria will make the call on Friday whether to transfer Sunday’s meeting. Six jumps races will be run with visiting Irish jockey Katie Walsh, the sister of last year’s winning jockey Ruby Walsh,… Read More »

     
  • Classy colt Spirit And Fire wins debut

    Blue blood colt Spirit And Fire has won strongly on debut at Canterbury to strengthen Hawkes Racing’s three-year-old team ahead of spring. A $700,000 yearling, Spirit And Fire is by More Than Ready out of Amelia’s Dream. The racing career of Amelia’s Dream was cut short by injury, but not… Read More »

     
  • Luke Nolen gets first win since injury lay-off

    Luke Nolen gets first win since injury lay-off

    Luke Nolen has notched his first winner since returning to the saddle from a three-month injury absence. Best known for his association with champion Black Caviar, Nolen rode on Monday for the first time since his fall from Miss Promiscuity in the Group One Robert Sangsetr Stakes in Adelaide on… Read More »

     
  • Wide draw for Keen Array in Carlyon

    A wide barrier draw in the Carlyon Stakes could prompt a change of plans for Keen Array. Tom Dabernig said he and co-trainers David and Ben Hayes would consider whether Keen Array took his place from barrier 15 at Moonee Valley or was saved for the Group Three Heath a… Read More »

     
  • Warwick Stakes tactics no concern for Winx

    Warwick Stakes tactics no concern for Winx

    For all the meticulous planning involved in Winx’s return, race tactics are not a major consideration. The i’s have been dotted and the t’s crossed, but tactics for the Group Two Warwick Stakes will rest solely with jockey Hugh Bowman. Winx will have just six rivals including three stablemates at… Read More »

     
  • Qld’s biggest bookmaker to scale back

    Qld’s biggest bookmaker to scale back

    Queensland’s biggest bookmaker Lindsay Gallagher will scale back his business and no longer field at Brisbane race meetings. Gallagher, who has been the leader of the Brisbane ring for the past 15 years and has been a bookmaker for four decades, did not field at Doomben on Wednesday. He has… Read More »

     
  • Rough Justice fitter for second-up run

    Rough Justice is expected to improve from his first-up run at Flemington and co-trainer Simon Zahra is looking for a better result at Moonee Valley. The five-year-old gelding resumed over 1000m at Flemington on August 6 and was in the firing line at the 200m before tiring late to finish… Read More »

     
  • Short drive to Eagle Farm for Johnston

    Sunshine Coast trainer Krystle Johnston will feel like she is on a pleasure drive when she makes the 120 kilometre trip to Brisbane chasing her first metropolitan double. Johnston will have stable star Executed in Saturday’s Northside Women’s Health Open (1200m) and Craiglea Wandoo in the Mirvac Ascot Green Hcp… Read More »

     
  • Inquiry into race day injection

    Inquiry into race day injection

    WA trainer Jim Enright will face stewards in relation to the alleged administration of a substance before this years Broome Cup meeting. Course investigator Geoff Johnson reported he saw Jim Enright allegedly injecting a substance into African Gypsy in the stabling area at the Broome Turf Club. African Gypsy was… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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