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Horse Racing News in Australia

  • Ballarat test for debutant Hellmuth

    John McArdle has a good measuring stick for Hellmuth ahead of the colt’s debut in the $200,000 Magic Millions Clockwise Classic. Only two weeks ago the Mornington trainer unveiled another youngster, Power Trip, to win the Group Three Maribyrnong Stakes at Flemington. “Power Trip would beat him, but probably wouldn’t […]

  • Unequivocal out to make up for lost time

    Delectation’s recent Group One win at Flemington leads Noel Mayfield-Smith to think what might have been with Unequivocal. As a two-year-old, Unequivocal beat the Chris Waller-trained Delectation and another subsequent Group One winner Peggy Jean over 1200m at Rosehill. After that race in February 2014, Peggy Jean went on to […]

  • Ballarat Cup the best of three for Zayam

    Trainer Matthew Smith isn’t one to shy away from a challenge. And that’s why he has chosen the Ballarat Cup over two other races for French-bred stayer Zayam on Saturday. Zayam could have been running in a lesser race at Doomben in Brisbane or even closer to home at Rosehill […]

  • Doughty mare chases overdue stakes victory

    Veteran mare Little Brown Horse’s top winter carnival form has earned her another season of racing. Little Brown Horse will be having her 15th start in black-type races when she resumes from a spell in the Arcade Classic (1200m) at Doomben on Saturday. The now seven-year-old mare is yet to […]

  • 2YO trial winner to carry Guy metro hopes

    Trainer Bryan Guy is hoping for his first metropolitan success from his new rural training centre with impressive two-year-old trial winner Game Of Dreams. Game Of Dreams will be ridden by in-form Michael Cahill when he makes his debut in the AM Giles and Co Handicap at Doomben on Saturday. […]

  • Flashy Sports Edition debuts for Joe Pride

    Joe Pride is reserving judgment on the racetrack ability Sports Edition, but if looks count for anything the horse is already a winner for his new trainer. “When you see him live he’s just got a real presence,” Pride said. “He’s the worst-kept secret at Warwick Farm. He’s got three […]

  • Traveston Girl to kick-start Gollan summer

    Premier trainer Tony Gollan is on a mission to dominate the Queensland summer carnival. Gollan has already trained 33 metropolitan winners this season and had a treble at Doomben last Saturday and a double at Ipswich on Wednesday. However, Gollan is also looking at collecting a large number of the […]

  • Hall of Fame trainer Jim Moloney dies

    Hall of Fame trainer Jim Moloney has died, aged 90. Moloney, the trainer of champion sprinter Vain who won 12 of his 14 starts between 1968-70, was inducted into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame earlier this year. His sons Gerard and John are horse trainers at Caulfield while his […]

  • Payne and Weir chasing another Cup win

    Michelle Payne has already claimed an historic Melbourne Cup win on Prince Of Penzance and will be out to cap a spring carnival to remember in her hometown Cup at Ballarat. Payne will again team with Melbourne Cup-winning trainer Darren Weir in Saturday’s $300,000 Ballarat Cup, this time aboard Akzar. […]

  • Danny Beasley out with broken ankle

    Just two weeks after making a return from a rib injury, jockey Danny Beasley has been sidelined again with a broken ankle. Beasley was injured when he came off his mount on the way to the barriers before a race at Wagga Wagga on Thursday. Initial fears he had suffered […]