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Horse Racing News

  • Order Again a winter hopeful

    Lightly raced Order Again has avenged an unlucky last-start defeat to confirm his rating as a possible winter carnival contender with a decisive win at the Sunshine Coast. Sent out the $1.50 favourite in Wednesday’s 1400m-maiden, Order Again ran down the leader The Amateur ($3) to win by 2-3/4 lengths… Read More »

     
  • Takedown touches down in Hong Kong

    Australia’s most recent Group One winner Takedown has arrived in Hong Kong where he will contest the International Sprint. The Gary Moore-trained four-year-old received a late invitation to the Sprint (1200m), one of four Group One races on International day on Sunday week. By the time the invitation was issued,… Read More »

     
  • Wise Hero unlikely for Pakenham assault

    Unbeaten three-year-old Wise Hero is not certain to chase his second win in eight days with trainer John Price still considering his options. A debut winner at Moe earlier in the month, Wise Hero followed it up with an impressive win at Moonee Valley last week and is an acceptor… Read More »

     
  • France scores gritty victory at Canterbury

    France, a full-brother to Group One winner Peeping, has shaken off a bump in the straight to score a maiden win at Canterbury. The three-year-old colt won Wednesday’s Schweppes Maiden Plate (1200m), hanging on to win by a half head after a tense battle in the closing stages. France, an… Read More »

     
  • Hutchings outed for 14 meetings over fall

    Jockey Rory Hutchings has been suspended for 14 meetings over his involvement in a fall which led to a horse being euthanised at Hawkesbury. Hutchings was slapped with the careless riding ban for crossing on Mount Taishan and causing interference to Blaike McDougall’s mount Dragon’s Magic in the opening stages… Read More »

     
  • Lucky Liberty going for Gold at Pakenham

    Lucky Liberty has returned from 18 months off the scene to win two of his four races this campaign with the chance to add another on Pakenham Cup day. But while getting the injury-plagued gelding back in winnng form is satisfying, trainer Henry Dwyer admits there’s also a feeling of… Read More »

     
  • Comeback king Iggi Pop returns to Rosehill

    When Iggi Pop was standing in retirement on a hill at Segenhoe Farm, the thought of him returning to the track to win more than $100,000 in stakes seemed distant. But that’s the mark the veteran stayer has reached as he loads up again to contest the Listed ATC Cup… Read More »

     
  • Lindsay Park plans for autumn with Pilote

    Lindsay Park continues to learn about the imported Pilote D’essai and is hoping to find out even more in the Pakenham Cup. A wide barrier forced Pilote D’essai into a leading role when he passed a distance test to win the Ballarat Cup on November 19 over 2200 metres, The… Read More »

     
  • Rupert to keep on winning at Eagle Farm

    Unbeaten colt Winning Rupert has returned to Brisbane where he will try to keep his record intact and put himself in line for a lucrative bonus. Trained in Sydney by Bjorn Baker, Winning Rupert has raced twice, both times in Queensland for a debut win at the Sunshine Coast followed… Read More »

     
  • Williams takes up short stint in Hong Kong

    Craig Williams is to take up a short-term contract in Hong Kong to help fill a shortage of lightweight jockeys. The Melbourne-based jockey will take his family to Hong Kong to ride for just over two weeks, commencing at the international meeting on December 11. Injuries and suspensions have resulted… Read More »

     
  • Perfect draw for Kingston Town Classic favourite

    Favourite Perfect Reflection has drawn barrier two as she bids to turn the tables on Scales Of Justice and Good Project in Australia’s final Group One race of the year, the Kingston Town Classic. The mare finished third behind Scales Of Justice and Good Project in the Group One Railway… Read More »

     
  • Des O’Keeffe new chairman of AJA

    Des O’Keeffe has been appointed chairman of the Australian Jockeys’ Association replacing Ross Inglis who is retiring from the organisation after 14 years. A long-time advocate for jockeys, O’Keeffe has resigned his position with the Victorian Jockeys Association and will be replaced by Matthew Hyland, a former jockey and trainer…. Read More »

     
  • Dubai on the cards for Awesome Rock

    A trip to the Dubai World Cup meeting is in the pipeline for Emirates Stakes winner Awesome Rock. The Leon and Troy Corstens-trained five-year-old returned to work on Monday following a three-week spell after his Group One 2000m win on the final day of the Melbourne Cup carnival. Troy Corstens… Read More »

     
  • Doyle to ride Ninth Legion in Festival Stakes

    Godolphin jockey James Doyle can hit the ground running with a maiden Australian stakes win aboard the Peter Robl-trained Ninth Legion in the Group Three Festival Stakes. Doyle arrived in Sydney on Monday to begin a stint replacing retained rider James McDonald who is on the sidelines pending the outcome… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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