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  • ATC loses major sponsor

    The ATC will be looking for a new sponsor for two of the Autumn Carnivals biggest races in the way of the Australian Derby and Tancred Stakes as BMW deal ends. BMW has decided not to renew their sponsorship deal with the ATC which gave naming rights for the G1’s… Read More »

     
  • Australian Bloodstock fined in rule breach

    A breach of an Australian rule of racing has cost one of Australia’s leading syndicators $19,000 in fines. Racing Victoria stewards on Thursday concluded an inquiry into Australian Bloodstock Pty Ltd and their compliance with regulations imposed upon them as an authorised promoter. Australian Bloodstock, represented by director Luke Murrell,… Read More »

     
  • Australian Guineas bound Aloisia set to resume

    Group One winner Aloisia will put her Australian Guineas credentials on display when she makes her return in the Group Three Vanity at Flemington. Saturday’s 1400m-race for three-year-old fillies will be her lead-up to the Group One Australian Guineas (1600m) against her male counterparts two weeks later. “She’s had a… Read More »

     
  • Santos on notice to secure Golden Slipper spot

    One of Gai Waterhouse’s leading Golden Slipper candidates can vindicate the legendary trainer’s opinion when he attempts to qualify for the world’s richest race for two-year-olds. Santos has emerged among the cream of Waterhouse and co-trainer Adrian Bott’s crop of juveniles. Waterhouse has won the $3.5 million Golden Slipper six… Read More »

     
  • Group One Lightning Stakes at a glance

    BLACK CAVIAR LIGHTNING STAKES Group One. 1000m. Weight-for-age. Flemington. Saturday February 17 HISTORY * Dates back to 1955 with Group One status since 1987 * Named after the champion, and unbeaten, mare Black Caviar who won the race in 2011, 2012, 2013 * Other Notable Winners: Todman (1960); Sky High… Read More »

     
  • Mick Price pair tackle tough C S Hayes Stakes

    Right from day one trainer Mick Price has held lightly raced Grunt in high esteem. The three-year-old begins his autumn program in the C S Hayes Stakes (1400m) at Flemington on Saturday, a race the trainer hopes will be a springboard to future riches. Grunt made his debut at Flemington… Read More »

     
  • Alizee set for grand entrance at Randwick

    Godolphin head trainer James Cummings expects class filly Alizee to shed her race rust with ease when she resumes in the Light Fingers Stakes at Randwick. Already proven first-up after a successful start to her previous preparation, Alizee’s solitary barrier trial before Saturday’s Group Two 1200m-race for fillies gave Cummings… Read More »

     
  • Tony McEvoy set to unleash another boom 2YO

    Trainer Tony McEvoy is set to reveal another boom 2YO at Flemington on Saturday in the Listed The Asian Executive Stakes. The 2YO filly out of Pierro will be having her first start after impressing at a recent trial where she ran the same time as Blue Diamond Stakes 2018… Read More »

     
  • Hey Doc ready for first-up G1 tilt

    Trainer Tony McEvoy is excited as Hey Doc attempts to win another Group One sprint in the Lightning Stakes at Flemington. Hey Doc contests Saturday’s 1000m dash in which he is up against three other Group One winners, including the new benchmark sprinter Redzel. Other opponents include last year’s winner… Read More »

     
  • She’s Choosie takes on city class

    Apprentice Leah Kilner can’t ride She’s Choosie at Doomben but she take much of the credit if the filly measures up to city class. She’s Choosie is unbeaten in three starts in the NSW Northern Rivers and takes on an above-average Brisbane race in the Two-Year-Old Handicap (1100m) on Saturday…. Read More »

     
  • Comin’ Through set to zero in on Doncaster Mile

    Chris Waller no longer has Winx in the field, but Sydney’s leading trainer is still confident he can launch a worthy assault on the Apollo Stakes. The Group One-placed Comin’ Through resumes with the G1 Doncaster Mile his aim, while Endless Drama attempts to improve on a first-up third in… Read More »

     
  • Ben Currie in biggest Brisbane attack

    Rejuvenated gelding Boomwaa and rising star Maybe Even You head trainer Ben Currie biggest yet attack on city racing at Doomben. For the first time Currie can remember he will have more runners at Doomben on Saturday than at his home track meeting in Toowoomba. Currie, 26, is well on… Read More »

     
  • Khulaasa chases stakes win at Flemington

    Co-trainer Tom Dabernig is confident two-year-old Khulaasa has improved from a narrow debut defeat ahead of her bid to snare valuable black-type at Flemington. Khulaasa closed late in a 1000m race for two-year-old fillies on January 1 at Flemington only to go down by a nose to Crossing The Abbey…. Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua builds towards TJ Smith Stakes

    Chautauqua has stepped up his quest for a fourth successive TJ Smith Stakes with an impressive trial at Warwick Farm. The seven-year-old came from the rear of the pack under Brenton Avdulla in the 802m-trial to finish strongly for third behind Godolphin duo Vellor and Peacock. Chautauqua, who has not… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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