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Horse Racing News

  • Star SA sprinter could miss the Spring

    Promising South Australian sprinter Gytrash will miss Saturday’s Bobbie Lewis Quality at Flemington after suffering a setback that could see him miss the entire Spring Carnival. The Gordon Richards-trained gelding is suffering from a knee injury which is reportedly in the same area as the injury he injured last spring…. Read More »

     
  • Call for cobalt inquiry intensifies

    Some of Queensland’s leading veterinarians and scientists have stepped up their campaign to get Australian racing regulators to implement an immediate moratorium on prosecutions for alleged misuse of cobalt. The move follows the nine-month suspension handed to veteran Toowoomba trainer Harry Richardson on cobalt charges last week. In Queensland alone… Read More »

     
  • Horse owner charged with neglect

    Racing Victoria Stewards on issued twenty charges against registered owner Lester O’Grady, under Australian Rules of Racing for neglect of his horses. RV Stewards allege that up to and including 18 March 2019, Mr O’Grady failed to provide his horses, Catalan Miss, Diamond Tathagata, Secord, Alphabetic, Divine Destiny, Laker’s Lass,… Read More »

     
  • David Hayes set to return to Hong Kong

    David Hayes is expected to confirm he will return to the Hong Kong training ranks. The senior trainer for the Lindsay Park operation which includes his son Ben and nephew Tom Dabernig, Hayes spent a decade in Hong Kong from 1996, winning two premierships. The Hong Kong Jockey Club has… Read More »

     
  • Murray Baker has no plans of slowing down

    Champion trainer Murray Baker has been recognised with two of New Zealand’s highest honours but has no intention to slow down. Baker was inducted into the New Zealand Racing Hall of Fame last year and on Sunday he was honoured with the Outstanding Contribution to Racing at the NZ Horse… Read More »

     
  • Scales Of Justice up for Makybe Diva Stakes challenge

    Perth trainer Lindsey Smith says if he had a little more courage he would have started Scales Of Justice in the Feehan Stakes at The Valley. Victory in that race would have assured Scales Of Justice a start in next month’s Cox Plate along with the opportunity for a $1… Read More »

     
  • The $7.5m Golden Eagle in sights of The Inevitable

    Tasmanian trainer Scott Brunton has abandoned plans to tackle a Group One handicap in Melbourne with The Inevitable. Saturday’s impressive winner at The Valley has returned to Brunton’s training complex at Seven Mile Beach in Tasmania to recover and prepare for his next assignment. The Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at… Read More »

     
  • Tyzone set for Melbourne campaign

    Queensland Horse of The Year contender Tyzone is ready to take his first steps towards a Melbourne campaign when he runs in a Gold Coast barrier trial. Tyzone has been one of the most consistent horses in Queensland, winning 16 of his 32 starts for more than $900,000 prize money…. Read More »

     
  • Top QLD jockeys remain stood down

    Senior Brisbane riders Matt McGillivray and Dale Smith will remain sidelined after an inquiry into their failure to give urine samples at Eagle Farm. Stewards stood the pair down on Saturday and ordered them to provide samples at the Sunshine Coast on Sunday and then front an inquiry on Monday…. Read More »

     
  • Anthony Cummings riding the wave of success

    Anthony Cummings is riding the wave of success and is hoping it continues getting deeper into the spring. Libertini, Baller and Mizzy have all stamped themselves as winners over the past few weeks and Prince Fawaz will be out to do the same when he returns in the Run To… Read More »

     
  • Magic Millions carnival gets prize money boost

    The Gold Coast Turf Club will introduce a new $250,000 race and also upgrade the now traditional lead-up to the Magic Millions 2YO Classic at its summer carnival. The Gold Coast meeting run the week before Magic Millions day in January has gradually grown in popularity in recent years. Four… Read More »

     
  • Sunlight given a pass mark

    Trainer Tony McEvoy has given Sunlight a pass mark for her first-up run in Sydney en route to her main goal of The Everest. Sunlight beat one runner home in Saturday’s Concorde Stakes won by Redzel at Randwick with McEvoy saying there were a number of factors that counted against… Read More »

     
  • Peter V’landys elected as Chairman of ARLC

    Racing NSW chief executive Peter V’landys has been elected unanimously as chairman of the Australian Rugby League Commission. V’landys, 57, will take up the position from October 30 and continue in his role with racing’s governing body. “In the meantime, there is a lot of exciting football to take place… Read More »

     
  • Melody Belle and Murray Baker big winners at NZ awards

    As expected, Melody Belle has taken the top honour at the New Zealand Horse of the Year awards for her five Group One wins during the past season. The Jamie Richards-trained mare already has another Group One victory this season in the Tarzino Trophy. Veteran trainer Murray Baker has been… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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