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  • Stampe to relish distance drop in Gold Coast Guineas

    Trainer Chris Munce has a sound reason for dropping his consistent three-year-old Stampe sharply in distance at the Gold Coast. Stampe returns from 1600m at his last start to 1200m in the Group Three Gold Coast Guineas. He will be joined by his in-form stablemate Scathing in the Guineas which… Read More »

  • Chris Waller youngsters set for Queensland debuts

    Champion trainer Chris Waller’s two big guns for next month’s Group One JJ Atkins, Saffiano and Spokesman, have adapted well since arriving for their first Queensland starts. Waller has won the Atkins three times with Pressday (2010), Press Statement (2015) and The Autumn Sun (2018) and has nominated nine horses… Read More »

  • Godolphin rolls out stars for Queensland Winter Carnival

    Godolphin is ready to mount a serious assault on the Queensland winter carnival with three important runners at the Gold Coast. The powerful stable sent its staff north two weeks ago to obey Queensland self-isolation rules during the coronavirus pandemic. Godolphin’s horses have arrived in the past week for a… Read More »

  • Teleplay up to the challenge in Dark Jewel Classic

    Teleplay’s connections have not been put off by a wide barrier in Dark Jewel Classic at Rosehill. The Melbourne-trained mare has drawn barrier 18 and comes into 14 if the emergencies do not gain a start in Saturday’s Group Three Dark Jewel Classic over 1400m. While the owners are happy… Read More »

  • Ranier to step up in the Luskin Star Stakes

    A race that has helped launch two Godolphin sprinters into Everest slots is again on James Cummings’s radar, this time with Ranier. Godolphin has won the past two editions of the Luskin Star Stakes (1100m) with five-time Group One placegetter Osborne Bulls in 2018 and Trekking last year. While the… Read More »

  • Talented Schabau makes long awaited return

    Injury put an end to Melbourne Cup ambitions for Schabau in 2019 but the import is on the comeback trail and set to begin his path towards this year’s race at Flemington. Schabau returns in Saturday’s Lexus Trophy (2000m) at Flemington for his first start since the Roy Higgins Quality… Read More »

  • Maher-Eustace stable chasing more 2YO features

    Having embraced the challenge of leading the Maher and Eustace operation in Sydney, Annabel Neasham has relished the chance to educate the next generation of horses. Two-year-olds have been their backbone since the Victorian-based training partners opened a satellite arm last year and there have been many success stories with… Read More »

  • Brad Rawiller shedding the weight for Flemington ride

    Brad Rawiller is shedding weight to ride Sirius Suspect at 56.5kg in a move trainer Saab Hasan says is a good pointer to his horse’s chances at Flemington. Sirius Suspect has a half kilogram above the minimum in Saturday’s Seppelt Wines Handicap (1400m) on Saturday and enters the race in… Read More »

  • Masked Crusader to continue rise to stardom

    All eyes will be on Hawkes Racing’s burgeoning talent Masked Crusader when he makes his stakes debut against a small but select Inglis 3YO Guineas field. The three-year-old will back-up in the $200,000 feature at Rosehill on Saturday after a stunning Sydney debut last weekend when he barely got out… Read More »

  • Behemoth out to go one better in The Goodwood

    David Jolly is convinced last year’s runner-up Behemoth has had a better lead-up into his second attempt to win The Goodwood in Adelaide. But the trainer also believes the four-year-old gelding will be facing a stronger field than he did a year ago in South Australia’s premier sprint race at… Read More »

  • Oceanex chasing spot in Melbourne Cup field

    Undefeated in two starts at Flemington, Oceanex will race for her biggest prize when she lines up in The Andrew Ramsden. Oceanex has previously won at Group Two level and while Saturday’s race over 2800m at Flemington carries Listed status, the bonus for the winner is a ballot exemption into… Read More »

  • Steven Pateman and his wife banned for three years

    Champion jumps jockey Steven Pateman and his wife have been disqualified for three years on a cobalt charge. A dual licence holder, Pateman and Jessica Barton were on Thursday handed their penalties by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board after being found guilty of a race-day administration charge in March…. Read More »

  • Etana on track for the Wayne Wilson Handicap

    Smart mare Etana is set to continue the Ciaron Maher-David Eustace stable’s run of success in Queensland stakes races. Etana will be joined by stablemate Mask Of Time in the Listed Wayne Wilson Memorial Mile (1600m). The Wilson Mile is named after the late racecaller Wayne Wilson who died in… Read More »

  • Talented Spurcraft set to debut for new stable

    The restrictions imposed during the coronavirus pandemic have led to Kelly Schweida training smart sprinter Spurcraft for the Listed Chief De Beers Handicap (1000m) at the Sunshine Coast. In response to the pandemic, Racing Queensland cut the state into regions with trainers and jockeys unable to move between them. Spurcraft’s… Read More »

  • Phaistos on song for the Scone Cup

    A year after winning a race on the undercard to the Scone Cup, promising four-year-old Phaistos is set to return to the NSW Hunter Valley course as one of the leading contenders for the main event. The James Cummings-trained Phaistos is challenging for favouritism for Friday’s Listed Scone Cup (1600m)… Read More »

  • Command’n’conquer chasing stakes win in Gold Coast Guineas

    Toowoomba trainer Steve Tregea has only one slight reservation about his plan to help his gelding Command’n’conquer win his first stakes race. Tregea decided to take Command’n’conquer to the Gold Coast to give the gelding a look at the track last week before his main target in the Group Three… Read More »

  • Baccarat Baby set for Stradbroke Handicap lead-up

    Honest mare Baccarat Baby gets the valued home track benefit for her final lead-up to the Group One Stradbroke Handicap. Baccarat Baby has had five starts on her home Sunshine Coast track for four wins and a close second. She will be having her final lead-up to the Group One… Read More »

  • Watch: Jockey charged over suspicious ride

    Last Monday, we were the first ones to break the story that WA apprentice Chris Graham was facing a holiday on the sidelines for not trying too hard on his mount PUSHIN’ SHAPES. Last night those stewards met with the lad. They questioned him at length, he said his saddle… Read More »

  • Scone Cup attracts a quality field

    The Joe Pride-trained Archedemus is the early favourite to win the Listed Scone Cup despite the six-year-old gelding drawing wide in a capacity field. The former Gwenda Markwell-trained Archedemus finished a close fourth after leading in his defence of the Group Three Hawkesbury Gold Cup (1500m) at Rosehill last month… Read More »

  • Ciaron Maher Racing charged over a positive swab

    Co-trainers Ciaron Maher and David Eustace have been charged by Racing Victoria stewards over a positive swab from a stable runner. A raceday blood sample taken from Piccatric after winning a maiden at Sale on February 28 contained the diuretic substance Frusemide. The matter will be heard by the Victorian… Read More »

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