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  • Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young double up in Pakenham Cup

    The Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young stable is planning a two-pronged attacked on the last feature staying race of the year in Victoria. Last-start Sandown winner Maracaibo will be joined by Savvy Oak in the Listed Pakenham Cup (2500m) on Saturday. Busuttin said the Pakenham Cup would give the stable… Read More »

     
  • Ablaze wins the $300,000 Jericho Cup

    Rod Lyons owns shares in several top-line racehorses including triple Group One winner Nature Strip but says Ablaze’s win in the $300,000 Jericho Cup is as good as it gets. Trained by Ciaron Maher and David Eustace, Ablaze has taken out the second running of the unique flat race over… Read More »

     
  • Danny O’Brien vows to follow similar Melbourne Cup plan

    Trainer Danny O’Brien will not be deviating too far from the successful Queensland winter campaign that landed him a Melbourne Cup victory with Vow And Declare. During the winter, Vow And Declare ran in the Grand Prix Stakes and Queensland Derby, before beating older horses in the Tatt’s Cup (3000m)… Read More »

     
  • Magic Millions horses set to step out at trials

    Stradbroke Handicap placegetter Tyzone heads a host of summer carnival hopes the Toby and Trent Edmonds stable has entered for the Gold Coast barrier trials. Team Edmonds will trial 20 horses on Monday including many headed to the Magic Millions day on January 11. Tyzone will be joined by Whypeeo,… Read More »

     
  • Michael Rodd to return for Origin jockeys series

    Singapore-based Michael Rodd will again represent NSW in the annual State of Origin jockeys series in Brisbane. To be held over five heats on December 13/14 at Doomben and Eagle Farm, the series will be a boost for other feature races on those days because some of Australasia’s top riders… Read More »

     
  • Darren Weir’s online betting to be investigated

    Suspended trainer Darren Weir will face another investigation as Victoria Police and racing authorities have uncovered secret betting accounts in which he may have used. Victoria Police and racing authorities suspect Darren Weir used secret betting accounts to place bets up-to $10,000 on horses he trained, often in races where… Read More »

     
  • Leading jockeys suspended at Doomben

    Leading Brisbane jockeys Jim Byrne and Baylee Nothdurft have both been suspended for careless riding at Doomben. Byrne leads the senior riders premiership on 33 wins from apprentice Nothdurft who is on 30-1/2. Byrne was suspended for seven days after being found guilty of causing interference on Bring It Home… Read More »

     
  • Four time G1 winner dies

    Dual Doncaster Mile winner Sacred Falls has died at New Zealand’s Waikato Stud after a short illness. The Waikato Stud veterinary team identified an issue with the stallion’s liver a fortnight ago. Despite receiving world-class treatment at both the stud and at Matamata Veterinary Services equine hospital, the 10-year-old’s condition… Read More »

     
  • Hey Doc wins the G1 Winterbottom Stakes

    In a training triumph for the McEvoy stable, Hey Doc has led all the way to win the Group One Winterbottom Stakes at Ascot in Perth. After more than a year off recovering from injury, Hey Doc returned with a close third in a Group Three race at Sandown earlier… Read More »

     
  • Chapter And Verse too good in George Moore Stakes

    Desleigh Forster declared Chapter And Verse could be the best horse she has trained after the gelding came from near last to win the Group Three George Moore Stakes at Doomben. In a thrilling finish which saw eight horses across the track in the final 100m, Chapter And Verse ($6.50)… Read More »

     
  • Nash Rawiller, Tommy Berry cop suspensions

    Nash Rawiller is set to miss the Group Two Villiers Stakes meeting at Randwick after being outed for careless riding aboard Moss Trip in the Festival Stakes. Rawiller was banned for six meetings for causing interference to Testashadow near the 1000 metres in Saturday’s Rosehill feature. He will ride at… Read More »

     
  • Moonee Valley treble and suspension for Jye McNeil

    Jockey Jye McNeil’s first metropolitan treble as a senior rider has been soured by a careless riding suspension at The Valley McNeil was outed for 11 meetings aboard the first leg of his treble, Rubisaki, in the Ladbrokes Cash In Handicap after causing interference near the home turn. His suspension… Read More »

     
  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – November 30th Edition

    There was some really good racing across Australia on Saturday, with key races at Rosehill leading up to a very good Summer Carnival. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Ranier Wins Festival Live And Free got the inside… Read More »

     
  • Spending To Win runs rivals ragged in Starlight Stakes

    Curses quickly turned to cheers for trainer Peter Snowden as he went from lamenting Spending To Win’s early keenness to watching him run his rivals ragged in the Listed Starlight Stakes. Snowden said he did not expect the six-year-old to lead Saturday’s 1100- metre sprint at Rosehill and feared he… Read More »

     
  • Secret Blaze could back-up in Pakenham Cup

    Secret Blaze has shown a glimpse of his toughness with a fighting win at The Valley with the Tony and Calvin McEvoy stable to consider a Pakenham Cup start with the gelding. Covering ground over the 2040m journey of Saturday’s Kingsville Manor Lakes Handicap, Secret Blaze held off the favourite… Read More »

     
  • Stephanie Thornton scores biggest win in Queensland

    Flying filly Sugar Boom’s liking for female riders helped in-form apprentice Stephanie Thornton score her biggest win since switching to Queensland. Thornton went straight to the lead on Sugar Boom ($5) who ran the field into the ground before beating Oh Five Glory ($7.50) by three-quarters of a length in… Read More »

     
  • Ranier wins the Festival Stakes in tight finish

    Godolphin’s Darren Beadman has been involved in many tight finishes as a jockey and he was not about to put his head on the chopping block when Ranier and Live And Free hit the line together in the Festival Stakes. Just as Brenton Avdulla looked like he had stolen victory… Read More »

     
  • Alward wins again in the ATC Cup

    A stint in the warmer climes of Queensland has reinvigorated Alward who has claimed a first stakes win in the Listed ATC Cup at Rosehill. Alward spent the winter and most of the spring at trainer Chris Waller’s Gold Coast stable and backed up an open handicap win at Doomben… Read More »

     
  • Rubisaki to be aimed at the $1 million Inglis Sprint

    Connections of Rubisaki are eyeing a rich restricted race in Sydney after the filly defied a betting drift to win first-up at The Valley. Part-owner Joe O’Neill said Rubisaki was being aimed at the $1 million Inglis Sprint at Warwick Farm in February following her victory in Saturday’s Ladbrokes Cash… Read More »

     
  • Moonee Valley winner banned from racing

    Moonee Valley winner Can’tforgetyou has been banned for a three month period after bleeding. Can’tforgetyou will require another stint on the sidelines after she bled from both nostrils during the race, incurring an automatic three-month ban. Trainer Andrew Noblet said Can’tforgetyou was lucky to be alive after crashing into a… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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