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  • Luvaluva chasing back-to-back stakes wins in January Cup

    Luvaluva will be given the chance to add another stakes win to her record with trainer John Sargent extending her summer campaign to include the January Cup at Randwick. The last-start winner of the Group Three Summer Cup (2000m) on December 26 will line up over the same distance in… Read More »

     
  • Regan Bayliss ready to make Victorian return

    Group One-winning jockey Regan Bayliss is back in Victoria ready to re-establish himself in the Melbourne riding ranks after nearly a year away in Hong Kong. The 22-year-old will return to Victorian racing at Geelong on Thursday and make his city return on Saturday at Flemington where his rides include… Read More »

     
  • Alburq set to improve after breakthrough win

    Having broken through for an overdue win, Alburq will be tested at 1400 metres for the first time at Flemington as trainer Mike Moroney looks to the future with the three-year-old gelding. Alburq broke his maiden at his eighth start with a narrow but impressive victory over 1200m against his… Read More »

     
  • Stony Creek race meeting postponed

    Poor air quality has prompted racing officials to postpone a scheduled race meeting at Stony Creek for 48 hours. Racing Victoria and the Stony Creek Racing Club announced on Monday that Tuesday’s race meeting had been pushed back to Thursday. Conditions will still be monitored in the coming days to… Read More »

     
  • Special race day at Randwick for bushfire fund raising

    A special race day at Randwick to raise funds for those affected by bushfires is expected to realise $100,000 in sponsorships and other initiatives. Racing NSW and the Australian Turf Club have joined forces in the appeal on January 25 which is in addition to $500,000 Racing NSW is distributing… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield Guineas winner nominated for $5m All Star Mile

    Caulfield Guineas winner Super Seth features among the Anthony Freedman stable’s entries for the $5 million All-Star Mile. Nominations for the All-Star Mile on March 14 at Caulfield close on Thursday with the Freedman stable entering five on Monday. Ten of the 15 places in the race will be decided… Read More »

     
  • Former Australian stallion among horses stolen by armed militia

    Former Australian stallion, Golden Slipper placegetter Churchill Downs, is among 12 horses stolen from Libya’s biggest stud, Al Shaab. Raced by John Singleton and trained by David Hayes, Churchill Downs ran second in the 2007 Magic Millions Classic and third in the Golden Slipper. He stood at stud in Victoria… Read More »

     
  • Watch: G1 runner-up wins in Hong Kong

    Last year’s Australian Guineas runner-up, Hawkshot, has made a winning start to his career in Hong Kong under a new name. Now known as Beauty Legacy, the gelding made an impressive introduction to Hong Kong racing on Sunday at Sha Tin when he finished strongly under Joao Moreira to win… Read More »

     
  • Full fields for Magic Millions Classic and Guineas

    Smart ‘N’ Sexy has made the field for the Magic Millions 2YO Classic to give the Toby and Trent Edmonds partnership two runners in the $2 million race at the Gold Coast. The filly was left outside the 16-horse field following her second on Saturday but her cause has been… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Black Cat causes a stir during race

    A black cat has caused a bit of a stir during a race at Sha Tin on Sunday. The cat had perched itself about 100m into the 1800m Class Two Caroline Hill Handicap at Sha Tin and was only narrowly missed when the horses went past. Black Cats are notorious… Read More »

     
  • VRC to donate gate takings to fire relief

    Gate takings from the Victoria Racing Club’s two remaining race meetings this month at Flemington will be donated to bushfire relief. Flemington hosts the Chester Manifold Stakes meeting on Saturday and a twilight meeting the following Saturday. Firefighters and their families will receive free entry on both days and race… Read More »

     
  • Albury called off because of smoke haze

    Attempts to salvage the Albury race meeting have been abandoned with the smoke haze from bushfires at unacceptable levels. Racing NSW stewards confirmed Monday’s meeting had been postponed because of poor air quality and visibility concerns. Originally scheduled for Friday, the meeting was moved to Monday because of the haze…. Read More »

     
  • Adam Hyeronimus nearing return from injury

    The Randwick-based rider Adam Hyeronimus hasnโ€™t been seen riding in Sydney for a few months. But thatโ€™s about to change. Hippo, as heโ€™s known, is the main trackwork rider for Gai Waterhouse and Arian Bott and as such receives plenty of mounts from Tulloch Lodge. But he has been sidelined… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller preparing new stars for autumn

    After another stellar year as Australia’s leading Group One trainer, Chris Waller is well underway with plans for more at home and abroad. Well into the post-Winx era, Waller will ramp up the preparations of several top class performers in coming weeks including Everest winner Yes Yes Yes and triple… Read More »

     
  • All Star Mile the aim for Mr Quickie

    Group One winner Mr Quickie will soon return to Phillip Stokes’ stables to ramp up preparations for a first-up tilt at the All-Star Mile. Stokes and the gelding’s connections are targeting the $5 million All Star Mile at Caulfield in March and want to run Mr Quickie fresh. Ten of… Read More »

     
  • Star NZ gallopers to target Australian riches

    Trainer Jamie Richards and Te Akau Racing have finalised the programs for class performers Melody Belle and Te Akau Shark who will been seen in Australia in the late summer/autumn. New Zealand champion Melody Belle won the Group One Empire Rose Stakes at Flemington on November 2 and ran second… Read More »

     
  • Gold Coast to push for bigger prize money

    The Gold Coast Turf Club is to resume a push for better prize money with an expected surge in trainer numbers wanting to use its facilities. At least three interstate stables and a Queensland trainer are believed to be looking at either relocating or having satellite operations on the Gold… Read More »

     
  • Victorian Magic Millions Classic hopefuls work strongly

    Co-trainer Ciaron Maher is pleased with Rathlin and Away Game as he targets his first Magic Millions Classic win. Maher took the two to the Gold Coast on Saturday for a work-out and to give them experience on the track ahead of Saturday’s $2 million Magic Millions Classic. They worked… Read More »

     
  • Robert Hickmott imports on path to winter returns

    Trainer Robert Hickmott is optimistic about his stable’s prospects in 2020 and believes two imported stayers on the comeback trail from injury can help lead the charge. Hickmott spent several years as the private trainer for prominent owner Lloyd Williams, winning two Melbourne Cups with Green Moon (2012) and Almandin… Read More »

     
  • William Pike donates Perth Cup trophy to fire appeal

    Star wA jockey William Pike will donate his Perth Cup trophy to the fire appeal fund. William Pike rode Perth Cup winner Mississippi Delta on Saturday in which Pike will donate the trophy he won as well as his silks which will be auctioned with all proceeds to also be… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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