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  • Cummings’ team gearing up for spring

    While it’s back to the drawing board with Vegadaze, Anthony Cummings has a spring in his step, and with good reason. The Randwick trainer is assembling what is arguably his best group of carnival horses in several seasons, although he has some work to do with Vegadaze who ran an… Read More »

  • PB Lawrence Stakes return for dual G1 winner

    Kenedna will face a quality field when she launches her Caulfield Cup campaign in the P B Lawrence Stakes at Caulfield. Saturday’s Group Two P B Lawrence (1400m) looms as the starting point for a number of potential spring stars including Cox Plate favourite Mystic Journey, evergreen gelding Hartnell and… Read More »

  • Chelsea Hall to fill Queensland apprentice void

    Experienced Victorian apprentice Chelsea Hall will fill a void in Brisbane racing when she gets into full swing during her stay in the north. There is a lack of experienced three-kilo claiming apprentices in Brisbane with the majority having 2kg or 1.5kg claims. Hall is on loan to Eagle Farm… Read More »

  • The Harrovian in line for huge bonus

    In-form gelding The Harrovian has put his connections in line for a big bonus after a runaway win in the $150,000 Cairns Cup. The Harrovian added Saturday’s Cup to his win in the Townsville Cup two weeks earlier meaning if he can win the Far North Queensland Amateur Cup in… Read More »

  • Mark Zahra in Shergar Cup win at Ascot

    Melbourne’s Mark Zahra has ridden a winner at Ascot to help the Rest of the World team to victory in the Shergar Cup jockeys’ challenge. Hayley Turner, the captain of the Girls team, took individual riding honours with two winners and a second for 40 points, five more than Zahra,… Read More »

  • Sweet day for Nash Rawiller at Rosehill

    Nash Rawiller has continued to notch milestones on his return to riding after serving a lengthy ban. Rawiller spent 15 months on the sidelines after being outed by Hong Kong stewards for accepting gifts in exchange for tips. He spent several anxious months under virtual house arrest with his passport… Read More »

  • So Si Bon lives up to lofty expectations in G3 win

    So Si Bon may be ready to live up to lofty expectations after his first-up win in the Group Three Aurie’s Star Handicap at Flemington. High hopes were held for So Si Bon when trained by Robbie Laing where the now gelding contested the Caulfield Guineas, Victoria Derby, Australian Guineas,… Read More »

  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – August 10th Edition

    Alizee returned with a win, So Si Bon gave a middle finger to most punters at Flemington and a young Queensland horse stamped his Spring Carnival aspirations at Doomben . All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Alizee Wins… Read More »

  • Tony Gollan equals best training effort

    Premier trainer Tony Gollan has equalled his best training performance at a metropolitan meeting with four winners at Doomben. Gollan has trained a quartet winners in a day on four previous occasions and his winners on Saturday were all well backed. His winners were Just Orm ($8), Unlikely Story ($4.60),… Read More »

  • Dawn Passage stamps himself on the Golden Rose

    Gai Waterhouse’s chances for a first win in the Golden Rose have been strengthened by Dawn Passage’s win in the Listed Rosebud at Rosehill. Dawn Passage is on the third line of betting for next month’s Group One race alongside Castelvecchio and behind Exceedance and Yes Yes Yes. Those three… Read More »

  • My Pendant scores narrow win for punters at Flemington

    Under the urgings of jockey Damien Oliver, progressive mare My Pendant has got the job done as a short-priced favourite at Flemington. But only just. The Danny O’Brien-trained My Pendant was the $1.80 favourite in Saturday’s VRC Member Peter Cosgriff Handicap (1400m) and needed all of the Flemington straight to… Read More »

  • The Inevitable set to target The Silver Eagle

    A change of plans to swap straight-track races at Flemington has led to Tasmanian galloper The Inevitable recording a first-up win. Trainer Scott Brunton was aiming at Saturday’s Aurie’s Star Handicap (1200m), but a gallop at Cranbourne last week forced the trainer to rethink plans. Instead the VRC Member Brenda… Read More »

  • Gordon Richards gets another winner at Flemington

    Gordon Richards is making a habit of winning at Flemington this winter, with Charossa giving the Adelaide trainer his third straight success at the Melbourne track. Richards sent promising sprinter Gytrash to Melbourne to win twice in June, including the Listed Creswick Stakes, and Charossa was the trainer’s first Flemington… Read More »

  • Alizee makes winning return in G2 Missile Stakes

    Short-priced favourite Alizee has duly won the Group Two Missile Stakes but not quite as easily as might have been expected. Sent out at $1.30 in Saturday’s five-horse field, Alizee strode to the lead rounding the turn and looked to be cruising to a comprehensive victory in the 1200m-race. Invincible… Read More »

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