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  • Hopfgarten set to resume at Sunshine Coast

    Robert Heathcote is in Hong Kong preparing Buffering for the Chairman’s Sprint Prize, but the leading trainer is keeping a close watch on his Brisbane stable. Multiple stakes winner Hopfgarten is among Heathcote’s runners at the Sunshine Coast feature meeting on Saturday. The gelding will be restricted to races up… Read More »

     
  • Kemp dares to dream with bargain-buy filly

    Trainer Kevin Kemp admits a Group One win with Sold For Song is almost a fantasy. But it’s not an impossibility. Sold For Song is one of a large number of promising three-year-olds making their return to racing in the Listed Mick Dittman Plate (1000m) at the Sunshine Coast on… Read More »

     
  • Tougher than expected debut for Il Riccio

    Recent barrier trial winner Il Riccio makes his race debut at the Sunshine Coast in a race that is harder than trainer Tony Gollan would have liked. Il Riccio clocked a slick 46.25 seconds in a trial at Deagon which he won by 8-1/2 lengths on April 12. Gollan said… Read More »

     
  • Tommy Berry gets nod for Chautauqua ride

    Tommy Berry is the confirmed rider for Chautauqua in the Chairman’s Sprint Prize. Berry has beaten Melbourne jockey Dwayne Dunn for the mount on the world’s highest-rated sprinter at Sha Tin on Sunday. In the early stages of his second riding stint in Japan, Berry said he was looking forward… Read More »

     
  • Tony McEvoy to close NSW stables

    Tony McEvoy is to close his NSW stables at Hawkesbury and Randwick to concentrate on his operations in Victoria and South Australia. McEvoy said he wanted to consolidate his business and focus on Adelaide and Melbourne. “It has been a difficult decision but to ensure the best results for my… Read More »

     
  • Press Statement to stand for $27,500

    Dual Group One winner Press Statement will stand at Vinery Stud for $27,5000. The colt’s retirement was announced earlier this week following his fifth in Saturday’s All Aged Stakes. Trained by Chris Waller, Press Statement won the 2015 J J Atkins Stakes and Caulfield Guineas. More Than Ready, the sire… Read More »

     
  • Nine Australians entered for Royal Ascot

    Nine Australian horses feature among the record 164 overseas entries for the Royal Ascot meeting. The world’s highest ranked sprinter Chautauqua is among 44 entries for the Diamond Jubilee Stakes along with last year’s winner, American Undrafted who beat Australia’s Brazen Beau. The Hawkes Racing-trained Chautauqua won the opening leg… Read More »

     
  • Vancouver’s stud fee set at $66,000

    Vancouver will stand at Coolmore Australia for $66,000 but first he will try to enhance his record in the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot. The 2015 Golden Slipper winner was sent to Aidan O’Brien in Ireland to try to get another major win before he joins the Australian stallion… Read More »

     
  • Sheidel favourite for Bel Esprit Stakes

    Multiple Group One placegetter Under The Louvre resumes in the Listed Bel Esprit Stakes at Caulfield but it is former West Australian-based mare Sheidel who is the early favourite. Sheidel is at $4.60 to win her third Melbourne start since joining the David Hayes and Tom Dabernig stable in Saturday’s… Read More »

     
  • Vandancer gives Boss a timely Sandown win

    Glen Boss has made the most of his only ride at Sandown to guide Vandancer to victory. Boss has been finding it hard to get rides in Melbourne and is leaving for Singapore when his work visa is processed. “For some reason it can take a bit of time to… Read More »

     
  • Multizone another winner for James Cumings

    Having been successful with a quick back-up into a Group One race with Prized Icon, trainer James Cummings has pulled off an even shorter race-to-race gap with Multizone. Prized Icon won Saturday’s Champagne Stakes a week after he won the Listed Fernhill Handicap. On Wednesday, Multizone came to Canterbury where… Read More »

     
  • Ipswich treble adds to Matt Dunn’s haul

    Trainer Matt Dunn’s impression run of form continued when he landed his 15th winner in the past three weeks with a treble at Ipswich. Dunn won with Sky Heart ($13), Flying Charger ($2.40) and Groovy Gal ($2.10) on Wednesday to give him nine metropolitan winners since the start of April…. Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua in first look at Sha Tin track

    Chautauqua has set foot on foreign soil for the first time, getting acquainted with Sha Tin racecourse ahead of his Group One assignment in Hong Kong. The world’s highest-ranked sprinter runs in the Chairman’s Sprint Prize on Sunday week to reinforce his standing at the top of the ratings. Co-trainer… Read More »

     
  • Dulverton on path to Qld winter carnival

    Dulverton contested the VRC Oaks in the spring and could get another chance at a fillies’ Classic in Queensland. The Robert Smerdon-trained Dulverton is down to make her return at Caulfield on Saturday in the JRA Handicap (1440m). Dulverton, owned by Qatar Bloodstock, finished fifth to Jameka in the VRC… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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