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Horse Racing News

  • Chautauqua could face Winx in George Ryder Stakes

    Chautauqua’s owner Rupert Legh has flagged a possible clash with Winx in the George Ryder Stakes at Rosehill saying the sprinter has lost his dash. The gelding finished third in Saturday’s Rubiton Stakes at Caulfield over 1100 metres with Legh telling RSN927 on Monday he and trainer John Hawkes had… Read More »

     
  • Jeff Lloyd has Qld record in his sights

    Veteran jockey Jeff Lloyd has the Brisbane and Queensland riding records firmly in his sights little more than halfway through the season. He is leading the Australian jockeys’ premiership with 113 winners, the Queensland title with 112 winners and the Brisbane metropolitan race with 89. It seems only a matter… Read More »

     
  • Winx the star at delayed Randwick meeting

    Punters won’t hear of Winx being beaten as she makes her delayed return in cooler and more low-key circumstances than originally planned. Sydney’s oppressive hot weather forced racing officials to abandon a bumper day on Saturday and move the meeting to Monday when the maximum is expected to be in… Read More »

     
  • Seaburge chasing special win for CS Hayes Stakes

    A race at Flemington David Hayes would dearly love to win is the first-up target for dual Group One-placed colt Seaburge. Seaburge resumes in Saturday’s Group Three CS Hayes Stakes (1400m) which is named in honour of the late trainer Colin Hayes. Colin Hayes was the father of David Hayes… Read More »

     
  • Geoff Goold in line for Oaks ride

    Geoff Goold’s form on the Kelly Doughty-trained Arki has put him in line to ride stablemate Benfica Princess in an Oaks campaign. Goold has ridden comeback galloper Arki in four of his five straight wins and turned in another perfect performance to win the Open Hcp (2030m) at Doomben on… Read More »

     
  • Oliver excited about Flying Artie’s return

    This time last year jockey Damien Oliver had to choose between Extreme Choice and Flying Artie in the Blue Diamond Stakes. Oliver went the way of Flying Artie who finished second to Extreme Chioce in the Blue Diamond. But Flying Artie has proven himself a high-class colt since and justified… Read More »

     
  • Randwick heat delay to help Junction

    Sydney’s heat could provide an unexpected bonus for Gold Coast youngster Junction as he tackles the $250,000 Inglis Classic at Randwick. The Bryan and Daniel Guy-trained Junction, who is one of only two winners in the Classic, did not arrive in Sydney until Friday. The Guys were met with stifling… Read More »

     
  • Williams’ Blue Diamond choices down to 3

    Craig Williams’ Blue Diamond choices are down to three after Lindsay Park confirmed riders for two Coolmore-owned horses. Wlliams will announce on Monday whether he rides Lindsay Park’s Catchy, the Ciaron Maher-trained Jukebox or Property from the Robert Smerdon stable in the Group One Blue Diamond Stakes ¬†feature at Caulfield… Read More »

     
  • Two Queensland apprentices out for a month

    Queensland stewards have continued their crackdown on jockeys engaging in early speed battles by suspending two apprentices for a month for rides at the Gold Coast. Jedidiah Hodge rode She Goes Pop and Corey Bayliss was on Waltz In Flight when the pair shared the lead in a race at… Read More »

     
  • Prussian Vixen gives trainer biggest win

    Mornington trainer Michael Mehegan has landed a stakes winner with his first runner in a black-type race. Prussian Vixen led throughout in the Group Three Bellmaine Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield on Saturday to give the former horse breaker his biggest success. Ridden by Jake Noonan, Prussian Vixen ($12) held on… Read More »

     
  • Jeff Lloyd does his homework on Siegfried

    Top jockey Jeff Lloyd’s homework on sprinter Siegfried has helped the gelding score his first open company win at Doomben. Lloyd held Siegfried ($3.60) up until the last possible moment before urged him to the line to beat Murt the Flirt (3.70) by three-quarters of a length in Saturday’s Tox… Read More »

     
  • Burning Front wins another Carlyon Cup

    The ever reliable Burning Front has held off the late charge from stablemate Humidor to take out the Group Three T S Carlyon Cup at Caulfield for the second-straight year. Giving premier Victorian trainer Darren Weir and jockey Brad Rawiller a feature race-to-race double after the Group One C F… Read More »

     
  • Black Heart Bart too strong in CF Orr Stakes

    Black Heart Bart has maintained his affinity with Caulfield by claiming another Group One win at the track in the C F Orr Stakes. He is now unbeaten over the 1400 metres at Caulfield with Saturday’s victory coming on top of the Group One Memsie Stakes last August and the… Read More »

     
  • Super Cash causes Rubiton Stakes upset

    The world’s equal highest-ranked sprinter Chautauqua has been upstaged in his return to racing at Caulfield, finishing third in the Group Two Rubiton Stakes won by the Andrew Noblet-trained Super Cash. The multiple Group One-winning Chautauqua was beaten in his two spring starts, and again had his colours lowered in… Read More »